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This lever filling Waterman vintage fountain pen was made in the USA in the 1920's. Waterman produced a series of hard rubber red and black pens at the time, some ...
This button filling Parker Junior Duofold vintage fountain pen was made in America around 1929 and is a classic Parker fountain pen of the period. It is a shortish but ...
The aerodynamic design of the Parker 51 has made it a classic and the plaudits it has received over the years both in terms of design and reliability are well ...
This stylish and colourful vintage fountain pen was made by Mabie, Todd & Co. Ltd in England in 1933 and marketed under their "Swan" brand. It is one of the ...
This exquisite desk set consists of five pieces, of brass with blue enamel decoration. The candlesticks are 19cm high with a maximum diameter of 9.8cm. The pen tray measures 25cm ...
A really superb papier mache blotter with an oil painting of Alnwick Castle on the front. The blotter is made of Papier mache and the entire front is taken up ...
This desk pen holder featuring a pheasant was imaginatively created by Carlton Ware and here it is offered with a restored Parker 51 fountain pen from the 1950's with a ...
This is a lovely Parker Duofold Pen and Pencil set, the pen has a 14k gold nib.
This pen set was purchased after my uncle saw the advert in the newspaper ...
A gorgeous antique late Victorian propelling pencil in 9ct Rose gold.
The pencil has beautiful decorative engraving of swirls and flora.
It is a seal top pencil set with bloodstone, the bloodstone ...
This superb 19th Century Victorian antique silver pencil is undoubtedly silver but not tested is of the highest quality bearing a London Retailers Mark from the Victorian period, the mark ...
Vintage American WAHL Eversharp Gold Filled Pencil American propelling Pencil by WAHL Eversharp, this gold filled pencil dates from the period of the 1920's, bearing makers inscription and decorated with ...
This incredibly stylish Art Deco letter opener/paper knife dates from the 1930's. The Jet black blade contrasts well with the red tip inlaid with a green band. It is in ...
This button filling Parker Duofold Junior fountain pen was made in Canada around 1928 and is a classic Parker fountain pen of the period. The attractive finish that Parker termed ...
This vintage fountain pen, which Waterman called the Lady Patricia, was made in Canada in 1930 for the female hand. The Stationery Trades' Journal of the time (November 1930) ...
This aerometric filling Parker 51 with its gold fill overlay on cap and barrel, was made in the U.S.A. in 1950. Parker called it the "Signet". Its aerodynamic design ...
This silver, tortoiseshell and snakeskin blotter is hallmarked for Chester 1911. It is a medium size measuring 124mm wide, 95mm high and 90mm deep. Condition is good with even the ...
This silver pen wipe and stand is hallmarked for London 1901 and is a fine example of design from the end of the Victorian era and the beginning of Edwardian ...
This impressive Victorian burr walnut stationery casket was made by the Royal Warrant firm L. Leuchars around 1840. Leachers was established in Piccadilly in 1794 and the successful business was ...
This black leather bound correspondence box is the exceptional quality you would expect from Jenner & Knewstub. They were suppliers of various boxes for example jewellery boxes, dressing cases and ...
This impressive and elegant Victorian sterling silver desk inkstand, formerly the property of a Sussex company, was made in London by Edward and John Barnard in 1863. It comprises a ...
This silver desk set by William Comyns and Sons is hallmarked London 1907 and is a true reflection of Edwardian England's elegance and style. It comprises a stationery box, inkstand ...
This intricate and mesmerising continental silver bulldog clip with serpentine dragon design has import marks for Chester 1879. The hinged clasp is still in good working order and it is ...
Silver and Turquoise enamel ball point pen engraved Germany 925 Sterling. Tiffany & Co. including original box and soft pouch
A rare George IV fully hallmarked silver sliding mechanical Propelling Pencil with engine turned barrel and slider ring, the screw off terminal with hob-nail cut seal
By Sampson Mordan & Gabriel ...
A rare George IV fully hallmarked silver sliding mechanical Propelling Pencil with reeded barrel and plain slider ring, the screw off terminal set with a citrine seal stone.
By Sampson Mordan ...
An extremely rare and early large George IV fully hallmarked silver double open ended combined Propelling Pencil and Pen with Bramah type nib holder, reeded barrel and plain slider rings.
A rare and early George IV fully hallmarked silver sliding mechanical Propelling Pencil with reeded barrel and plain slider ring, fixed hobnail cut seal terminal.
By Sampson Mordan & Gabriel Riddle, ...
An extremely rare and early George IV fully hallmarked silver sliding Propelling Pencil with engine turned and reeded barrel, chased slider ring and fixed finial formed as a crown.
By Sampson ...
A mid 20th century Novelty silver Propelling Pencil made in the form of a Coaching / Hunting Horn with twist mechanism to propel the pencil. Complete with associated but not ...
A very good example of a Pen and Pencil set from Burnhams of London. Protected in original box.
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