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Pens and Pencils

A Collector's Handbook With Updated Price Guide

By Regina Martini

ISBN 0-7643-1214-6

Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Ltd.

Publishing Year: 2001

3rd Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Soft Cover

Book Dimensions: 21.4x28cm

147 Pages

 
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"This informative book, now in a revised 3rd edition, is full of wonderful international fountain pens and pencils, showing a great variation in more than 1,400 pens and pencils. The limited and standard production pens of the famous makers Montblanc, Parker, Pelikan, Sheaffer, and Waterman are presented along with their particular numbering systems, years of production, special features, and materials. Many smaller companies pens are also included. Clear drawings and patent applications from 1884-1994 show what is inside the pens and how they work. Many period advertisements for pens put them in their social settings. Current market values are included. This book will be an inseparable companion to collectors, dealers, and all enthusiasts of fountain pens and pencils."

 
 
 



 

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