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Collectible Fountain Pens

By Juan Manuel Clark

ISBN 2-0801-0719-4

Publisher: Flammarion

Publishing Year: 2002

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Soft Cover

Book Dimensions: 14x14 cm

377 Pages

 
Description

  




“From the very simplest pen tucked away at the back of a drawer to the most precious one displayed in a jeweler’s glass cabinet, each fountain pen has a story to tell, or rather, to write. Since the beginning of the twentieth century, countless pens of all shapes and sizes have been created and new designer models continue to inspire all kinds of writers and amateurs. Indeed, far from passing out of fashion, the fountain pen has survived the invention of electronic writing devices and just as popular as ever.

Collectible fountain pens features over 400 photographs of pens, both vintage and modern, from across the world. It is full of useful information and sure to delight all those who enjoy the pleasure of signing their name off with a flourish of real ink.”


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A translation, from the original French, of a book of pen-photographs (mostly one pen per page), with short explanations. A pleasant read at an affordable price.


 
 
 



 

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