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Fountain Pens

The new compact study Guide and identifier

By Jonathan Steinberg

ISBN 0-7858-0774-8

Publisher: Chartwell Books, Inc.

Publishing Year: 1998

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Hard Cover

Book Dimensions: 15.3x20.1 cm

80 Pages



“Fountain Pens are one of the most popular new collectibles. Whether you are an established collector or a newcomer to this fascinating hobby,
Identifying Fountain Pens is a comprehensive survey of this enthralling subject.

A brief introduction to the history and development of the fountain pen leads into the main part of this guide, a directory, which illustrates and describes some of the most beautiful pens by both the world’s greatest and lesser known manufacturers. Learn why some pens are more valuable than others, how to check whether a pen has been doctored or is original, and development of the fountain pen. Each entry gives you the date, manufacturer, and the size, together with pertinent information about that particular pen.

Together with an invaluable guide to manufacturers, advice when buying pens, and useful addresses, Identifying Fountain Pens is an essential reference for those who want to collect elegant pens, and also for those value the style that they bring to the handwritten word. “



A book showing many pictures from the author's first book. Irrelevant for those who have the first book ("Fountain Pens" ISBN 1-85076-486-7)



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