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A very good example of a Pen and Pencil set from Burnhams of London. Protected in original box.
A rare early Victorian novelty 12 carat gold (tested) sliding Propelling Pencil made in the form of an ornate Key with engine turned barrel, chased slider ring and band of ...
A Victorian novelty silver sliding Propelling Pencil made in the form of a Crucifix, of hexagonal section with diamond shaped slider button and attached suspension ring.
Stamped: 'Mordan' (no S) and ...
A rare Victorian novelty silver Propelling Pencil made in the form of a "Bramah Key", with hob-nail cut decoration to the barrel.
Unmarked, but almost certainly by Sampson Mordan & Co, ...
A rare Victorian novelty 9 carat gold (tested) Propelling Pencil made in the form of a Key, with hob-nail cut decoration to the barrel.
Unmarked, but almost certainly by Sampson Mordan ...
An extremely rare and early large George IV fully hallmarked silver double open ended combined Pen and Pencil, with Bramah type nib holder, the plain cylindrical body with reeded decoration.
Antique Brass Seal and Wax circa 1890
ref 3817 B
turned ebony handle and diapered brass stamp
presented in good condition together with two
pieces of sealing wax
seal approx 8cms long ...
Vintage Ladies Jewelled Gilded Pen. The gilt metal case with both chased and relief decoration set with turquoise coloured stones. The top unscrewing to reveal a pen (needing a refill) ...
Antique rare collectable RUSSIAN / Latvian sterling SILVER 875 Art Deco Notepad Holder with beautiful silver flowers decoration on the top, has holder for pencil on the right side.
A great example of a Mordan 'Everpoint' Pencil, in it's presentation box, complete with instructions.
This pencil probably dates to the 1930s. It is stamped 'Mordan Everpoint' with a patent number ...
An early George IV silver sliding mechanical Pencil with reeded barrel and hob-nail cut fixed terminal seal by Butler & Co, London, c1825.
The fixed terminal Seal and the design of ...
Dutch Style Inlaid Victorian Ink Blotter
Approximate Dimensions are:
Height: 7 cm / 3 inches
Width: 16 cm / 6.5 inches
Depth: 8 cm / 3 inches
Ref No: 07297
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A rare Victorian novelty 16 carat gold (tested) Propelling Pencil made in the form of a Croquet Mallet with band of blue enamel decoration to the shaft. A twist action ...
This is a very unusual sterling silver torpedo / bullet shape extending pencil hallmarked sterling silver made circa 1920. The item is in excellent condition with no damage and mechanism ...
This is a very nice antique set of three pencils in there original case made of gunmetal and pinchbeck possibly for a chatelaine. Each pencil has a different colour end ...
A Victorian silver pencil, modelled as a screw, retailed and made by THORNHILL, not marked but tested silver by us. The pencil does draw in and out, a little stiff ...
This is a rare 19th Century Victorian antique novelty silver propelling pencil made in the form of a Pig, with attached suspension ring.
By Sampson Mordan
A rare Victorian Novelty silver Propelling Pencil modeled as a champagne bottle, with gilded top to imitate the foil and applied black and white enameled label for 'Heidssieck & Co, ...
Early 20th century, quality set of technical drawing instruments made c1925. A "full set" compromising of a 6" compass with extension bar and fittings, 5” dividers, two bow compasses, three spring ...
Vintage Gentleman's, unusual golden gilt and multi coloured celluloid pocket watch chain retractable pencil fob.
Measures; 7.2cm length (including the top ring), 7mm diameter and weighs a respectable 6.6 grams.
This is a late 19th-century Continental antique solid silver propelling pencil.
The casing with lovely wrythen Scroll decoration. A shield shape cartouche that is free from monograms.
A fitted pencil, ...
An unusual and fine quality large Victorian silver and enamel Oversize double-ended Editing Pencil, the two slider rings to extend the pencils set with triple bands of red and blue ...
A rare Victorian novelty silver sliding Propelling Pencil made in the form of a match, with red and white enamel head and attached suspension ring.
Unmarked but probably by Sampson Mordan, ...
An extremely rare Victorian novelty silver Propelling Pencil made in the form of a 'Bilboquet' or Cup and Ball game. The coral ball secured by a suspension chain, the plain ...
This is a rare 19th Century Victorian novelty gold telescopic Propelling Pencil made in the form of a standing elephant with raised trunk and attached suspension ring. Unmarked.
A good Victorian novelty gold Propelling Pencil made in the form of a furled umbrella, decorated with turquoise beads and with attached suspension chain. A twist-action mechanism to open.
Unmarked, but ...
A rare Victorian novelty silver three drawer telescopic Propelling Pencil, made in the form of a Policeman's Bullseye Lantern, the body with a circular domed glass magnifying lens with green ...
Conway Stewart Lever Filling Pen – Manufactured for OXO.
With a 14 Carat Gold Iridium Tipped Nib, two gold coloured bands decorate the bottom of the cap, complete with box and ...
A rare Parker 51 Vacumatic fountain pen in grey.
With the uncommon variant of the “Split Arrow” clip bears no Blue Diamond. Parker test-marketed the “51” between 1939 and 1941, and ...
Onoto plunger- filler “The Pen”, 14ct gold nib. Dates from (approx): 1940
Green Marble with Gold Filled Trim
Overall Length: 135mm
Filling Type: Plunger Filler
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