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The Book of Fountain Pens and Pencils

By Stuart Schneider & George Fischler

ISBN 0-88740-394-8

Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

Publishing Year: 1992

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Hard Cover

Book Dimensions: 23.5x31cm

260 Pages

 
Description

  




"The Book of Fountain Pens and Pens and Pencils illustrates and describes over 700 never before illustrated pens and pencils. This companion book to Fountain Pens and Pencils: The Golden Age of Writing Instruments will excite collectors and dealers, while expanding their knowledge of this rapidly growing field of collectibles.

In addition, sections of this book deal with pen company advertising, pen repair, decoration, and valuation. Hundreds of manufactures are represented in full color, life-sized photographs.

A value guide is included."


Comments

  


"The Brown Book" follows "The Blue Book". Although it fails to live up to it's brother, it is still a very good aid to collectors.

 
 
 



 

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