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These first 3 images are posted here with permission from Bruce S. These are THE earliest images I have ever seen in Wearever advertising. I don't know where they were first published or the date but I strongly suspect they are from somewhere in the 1928-32ish range.





A page from the January 1932 Playthings magazine. This is one of the earliest piece of Wearever advertising known. If you have or know of any earlier (or any ads from the 20's & 30's) please let me know.







Pennant models. 1950-1962
















Cartridge/School Pens, ball points & other misc. pieces.





Deluxe (100)




Zenith






Pacemaker

















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1938 advertising. De Luxe w/ 'reinforced" nib.


1948 Zenith.


Realy bad copy of a 1943 De Luxe (100)


1945 Pacemaker


Early 1960's Store 'poster'











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Absolutely love these old ad's. For most people ball pens are more easy to use, and they are indeed okay for scribbling, but they make prolonged writing awfull...

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