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

The Pencil Perfect
By Caroline Weaver

By Letizia Jacopini

Italian Fountain pens
By Paolo E. Demuro

Onoto the Pen
By Stephen Hull

The Richardspens Guide to Fountain Pens
By Richard F. Binder

The Richardspens Guide to Fountain Pens
By Richard F. Binder

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

John Sheldon
By Brian George

Les Object d' Ecriture
By Joha Victor et Theo Fraisse

The Social Life of Ink
By Ted Bishop

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

Montblanc Pens Made in Spain
By Jesus Martinez Guillen

Collecting Old Writing Equipment
By Jim Marshall

Pen Repair
By Jim Marshall & Laurence Oldfield

By Detmar Schafer

Parker Ball Pen Repair

Ensuring Your Collection Is Safe
By Jermy Collingridge & Graham Hogg

Montblanc in Denmark 1914-1992
By Claus Holten & Poul Lund

The Conklin Legacy
By Alfonso Murbohigas

100 Years of Sheaffer
By Various

People, Pens & Production
By Brian Jones MBE

Disposing Of Your Collection
By Jeremy Collingridge

The Richardspens Guide to Fountain Pens

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Disposing Of Your Collection

By Jeremy Collingridge

ISBN none

Publisher: Writing Equipment Society

Publishing Year: 2013

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: English

Book Format: Soft Cover

Book Dimensions: 21X20.7 cm

20 Pages



The time comes for all collectors to pass on, however reluctant their owners and in spite of the care taken in their assembly.
It is an uncomfortable topic and very understandable that anyone would feel resistant to discuss the subject. The unfortunate truth is that, if we as collectors do not grasp the problem, ultimately others will have to do it for us.
This booklet gives guidance on the different ways of reducing and disposing of a collection with each of their traps and advantages. While it is produced with writing equipment in mind, much of the information is relevant for owners of other collectibles.
It is directed to us as collectors but, if we do not take heed, then it will be equally useful for those we leave to carry out the task for us.

Jeremy Collingridge
WES Librarian



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