Books About Pens
Return To Homepage New Titles Subject List About      
Fast Title Search        Advanced Title Search
Books About Pens
New Titles

By Richard F. Binder

Animal Design on Pens
By Regina Martini

The Leadhead's Pencil Blog (3)
By Jonathan A. Veley

50 Years of the Dinkie 1922 to 1972
By Andy Russel

William Mitchell
By unknown

The Leadhead's Pencil Blog (2)
By Jonathan A. Veley

The Pencil Perfect
By Caroline Weaver

American Writing Instrument Trademarks 1870-1953
By Jonathan A. Veley

By Letizia Jacopini

The Leadhead's Pencil Blog (1)
By Jonathan A. Veley

Onoto the Pen
By Stephen Hull

Italian Fountain pens
By Paolo E. Demuro

Reading & Writing Accessories
By Ian Spellerberg

John Sheldon
By Brian George

The Richardspens Guide to Fountain Pens
By Richard F. Binder

Les Object d' Ecriture
By Joha Victor et Theo Fraisse

Enjoing Your Parker 51
By Dr. Jim marshal with Jeremy Collingridge

The Richardspens Guide to Fountain Pens
By Richard F. Binder

Collectible Stars I
By Jens Rosler, Stefan Wallrafen

Montblanc Pens Made in Spain
By Jesus Martinez Guillen

The Social Life of Ink
By Ted Bishop

American Writing Instruments Patents 1799-1910
By Jonathan A. Veley

Collecting Old Writing Equipment
By Jim Marshall

Last Updated 02/02/2019 07:19:52
From Subject - Books About Pens

Click To Enlarge

2006 Stylus Pen Annual

The Past, Present and Future of Fine Writing Instruments


Publisher: Fine Life Media USA, LLC

Publishing Year: 2005

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Soft Cover

Book Dimensions: 20.8X26.8cm

418 Pages



"The premier issue if the Stylus 2006 Pen Annual has been a six-month long project that is the result of many hours of time spent in researching, designing and coordinating all aspects of the book. With over 400 pages of text, images and advertisements, the Stylus magazine team led the way, but much of the work was done by the many manufacturers included in this publication. In general, it was they who supplied a point person, submitted their histories and production highlights, and decided which of their products to showcase. The varying lengths of the features and the breadth of information provided were determined by the level of participation chosen by each company.

The purpose of the Stylus 2006 Pen Annual is to offer readers a look at most pen companies worldwide through the eyes of the pen company itself. You will find company backgrounds of the majority of pen companies worldwide, quotes from corporate principals, contact information as denoted by the manufacturer, and numerous pages of product photos within these pages. And as the Annual builds from year to year, we will continue to build the list of manufacturers as well, including more companies each year. A list of some additional pen companies and their contact information is on page 414.

A short key is required to best use this guide. Captions include the initials FB, RB and BP, meaning fountain pen, rollerball and ballpoint respectively to indicate the mode shown. In many cases we have included all modes available for a particular model; in some cases we have simply indicated the mode pictured, the same holds true for color and materials. Many models are available in a variety of colors and precious metals, but it was impossible to picture each variation; thus we indicate the color and material option depicted. In cases in which there is just one price included, this price most often indicates the most expensive mode available for the particular model in most cases, the fountain pen. We encourage you to visit the web site of each manufacturer as indicated at the top left of each introductory page or call customer service for specific information about a particular product.

The Stylus 2006 Pen Annual is available at bookstores, through pen dealers and at pen shops around the globe. It is also available directly from Fine Life Media, and we welcome inquiries for both individual and quantity orders. In this way, we continue to spread the message about the joys of writing instruments, the product options available, and the handwritten word. We thank all those who so graciously afforded their time to be part of this book, and we welcome comments from readers regarding information theyd like to see included in the next volume of the Stylus Pen Annual."



All Rights Reserved To Books About Pens 2004