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The Chronicle

Fountain Pen's History Writing Materials Archives

By Sunami Masamichi & Furuyama Koichi

ISBN 978-4-7779-0813-4

Publisher: EI Publishing Company Ltd.

Publishing Year: 2007

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: Japanese

Book Format: Hard Cover

Book Dimensions: 15.4x21.6 cm

384 Pages

 
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"This book containes fountain pens invention history and the story of world pen leading companies , as well as a description of the Japanese pen industry.
The book contains illustrations of many ink filling methods made by Kouichi Furuyama (who wrote the book "Masters of Fountain pens of Japan").
Japanese text only but many colorful illustrations drawing by pen and numerous old ephemeras in color pictures. "



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You don't have to read Japanese to like this lovely book.

 
 
 



 

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