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Fountain Pens Of The World

By Andreas Lambrou Andreas Lambrou

ISBN 0-302-00668-0

Publisher: Zwemmer

Publishing Year: 1995

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Hard Cover

Book Dimensions: 23x32 cm

448 Pages



"This lavishly illustrated sequel to Fountain Pens Vintage and Modern provides more information on pens and illustrates more pens than other book on the subject.

With a large page format, the book includes 150 superb specially commissioned full page colour photographs of 2,000 vintage and modern pens, each pen reproduced to actual size, making it the ultimate reference work for the collector and enthusiast.

The authoritative and comprehensive text includes chapter on the USA, the UK, Germany, France, Italy, The Netherlands and Japan, and provides up-to-date and detailed information on the histories and models of all the major and many minor manufacturers.

There are chapters on limited editions and on materials from 1833 to the present day. A detailed bibliography and list of pen clubs, societies and magazines provide invaluable information for the collector. The development of design and logos is illustrated by specially produced line drawings and the text is complemented by many period advertisements."



An extensive book about different pen manufacturers around the world. Of very high standard graphically. a must-have for collectors.



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