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Pens & Pencils

A Collector's Handbook

By Regina Martini

ISBN 0-88740-942-3

Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

Publishing Year: 1996

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Soft Cover

Book Dimensions: 21.5x28 cm

147 Pages

 
Description

  




“Pens and Pencils A Collector’s Handbook In the age of computer technology, printers and photocopies, handwritten material is once again gaining value and significance. This turn back to the art of writing by hand has made a treasured collector’s item of the fountain pen. This book portrays over 1400 fountain pens, lists their years of issue, special features, materials and values. Along with the products of Conway Stewart, Swan, Wahl-Eversharp, Lamy, Osmia, Faber Castell, Kaweco, Soennecken, Penol, Geha, Diplomat, Platignum, Esterbrook, Fend, Wearever, Rotring and others, this book is devoted in terms of major events to the products of Waterman, Pelikan, Sheaffer, Montblanc and Parker as well. An inseparable companion to collectors, dealers and all those who are interested in fountain pens.”

 
 
 



 

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