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These are a few pics from my collection. I hope you enjoy.

Pennants 1949-the early 1960's. These came in both Cartridge and Lever filler. The Cartridge pens convert to an eyedropper very easily. These came with 5 steel nib styles to choose from. Extra fine, steno, flexible fine, medium, and broad.

They also sold "Personal Points" for these pens that included a nib, C-Flo (transparent) feed, section & ink sac preassembled. This pen was the king of the truly inexpensive pens they sold. It's made of plastic with an aluminum sleeve over the cap. Amazingly enough these pens write very well.







Lady Fair Purse Pens Mid 1950's-Mid 60's

These are dead ringers for the Sheaffer Skripset pens. It's tough to tell the difference between these and the Sheaffer models until you pull the cap off. They came in several dozen colors and patterns. These are just a couple of them.




This is the Viscount model Ball Point. I don't know the exact manufacturing range, but suspect they were made in the mid/late 50's into the mid 60's.



-- Edited by DWL at 13:09, 2007-08-27

-- Edited by DWL at 21:54, 2008-07-27

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