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http://www.penhero.com/PenGallery/Wearever...everPennant.htm

I was linked to Wearever history, on the other com.

I thought this would be of as great a help as it was to me. This and Dennis's pictures were a great aid to identifying what pens I had.

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Quite right, Bill!

Jim's site is a great resource for Wearever, Parker, and Sheaffer pens/history!


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i love that site! i got a Venus pen i couldn't ID and this helped: http://www.penhero.com/PenGallery/Venus/Ads/VenusAd1947_01a.jpg

this, along with richard's (http://www.richardspens.com/ ) are my favorite reference sites.

-- Edited by PETERPARKER51 on Monday 8th of June 2009 12:50:42 AM

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