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This interesting plate was published in a 1937 encyclopedia courtesy of the L.E. Waterman Company and shows the Development of the Pen from a Roman Stylus or Graver to the modern Fountain Pen. The page shows Waterman’s Ideal pen, the first successful fountain pen and a modern 1930’s version as well as the steel pen, the goose-quill, and the reed pen.

The page measures 6 x 9 ¼ inches. The reverse side of the page has text on the pen in ancient times as well as the history of steel pens. The condition of the paper is excellent with a mild degree of tanning to the paper's edges.

Mailed to you in an unbendable mailer by first class mail.


1937 Illustration of the Development of the Waterman Fountain Pen


  • Vintage item from the 1930s
  • Materials: paper, ink, ephemera
  • Ships worldwide from Canada
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