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#1 Gerry

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Posted 20 July 2006 - 16:58

Thought I'd pin a list of links to George's posts on interesting patents. Should keep it available for easier reference.


1 - Ink Vending Machine
2 - Pen Branding Machine
3 - Original Pencil Geek
4 - Carter Ma and Pa Inx\
5 - Tempoint Nib Chart
6 - Wahl-Eversharp Nib Manufacturing
7 - Waterman's Lever Filler Demonstrator
8 - Inkograph Demonstrator
9 - Namiki Lever Filler and Urushi Patents
10 - Gravity Filler
11 - The Waterman's Piston and Vacuum Fillers
12 - The Vacumatic Precursors
13 - "Eliminating The Human Hand"
14 - The Modular Parker Fountain Pens
15 - The Name "Stylograph"
16 - The So-Called "Fountain Pen Ballpoints"
17 - One Unproduced Parker "51" Design
18 - The Vanishing Point and Parker 51 Snorkels
19 - The Parker "61" Snorkel
20 - The First Snorkel Filler, Not A Sheaffer
21 - A Curiosity...
22 - The Eyedropper Era
23 - The First Typewriter
24 - The First Pregnant Pen
25 - A Writing Device For The Blind
26 - The First Crescent Filler
27 - The Hand Shaped Pencil Sharpener
28 - The First Ball Pointed Pen
29 - The Telegraphic Pen
30 - A Combined Inkstand, Pistol Case and Burglar Alarm
31 - The Tower of Babel
32 - The Ink Transfusion Fountain Pen
33 - The Over and The Under Feeds
34 - The First Gravity Fillers
35 - The Integral Eyedropper
36 - The Pocket Inkstand, and The Traveling Inkwell
37 - The Pen Cleaner
38 - The Duryea and the Beaver and Eagle Clips
39 - The Teddy Bear Pencil Tip
40 - The Fairchild Nib Sign
41 - The Writing Machine
42 - The Printer's Dingbats
43 - The X - Patents

Edit: I've added another 9 of George's patents to the list. Thanks George.

George is retiring from the Patent finding business - at least the ferreting out of the interesting ones for us - see his last post HERE. I hope that we are able to find another volunteer to take on this rewarding endeavour. Thank you very much George, we all appreciate the effort you have put in to this exercise, and the generosity you have shown in sharing it with us...

Gerry

Edited by Gerry, 17 August 2007 - 14:45.


#2 Elaine

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Posted 21 July 2006 - 00:48

Thanks Gerry

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Posted 24 May 2009 - 17:10

I know that this is an old post however I cannot stop myself asking this question to Gerry.

The products that you have posted, is this only in America or worldwide?


Edited by Gerry, 24 June 2009 - 13:58.


#4 Gerry

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Posted 24 June 2009 - 13:56

QUOTE (elisha @ May 24 2009, 01:10 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I know that this is an old post however I cannot stop myself asking this question to Gerry.

The products that you have posted, is this only in America or worldwide?


The patents largely describe North American products, but they include other countries.

Regards,

Gerry

Edited by Gerry, 24 June 2009 - 14:00.


#5 rhr

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Posted 10 July 2009 - 04:52

QUOTE (elisha @ May 24 2009, 10:10 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
The products that you have posted, is this only in America or worldwide?

Yes, and yes. Or no, and no. It all depends upon what you mean.

Yes, they are all American patents and designs, and yes, their images are viewable worldwide on the various patent websites such as USPTO, Google Patents, and EPO.

But no, they are not only in America, because some have been patented in other countries around the world, and they are now available worldwide online, but only as online images, and no, most of the actual products are no longer available anywhere, except in antique stores and pen shows, if they can be found at all.

And by the way, no, both Gerry and I are not American. We're both part of the "worldwide" portion of this website. We're Canadians. ;~)

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Edited by rhr, 10 July 2009 - 05:00.

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#6 Penpradeepjain

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Posted 31 August 2012 - 00:13

Any history of Indian Pens,Made in India?
The only Known name in India for Vintage/New/Limited Edition pen/Pen-Parts/Pen Repair....Pradeep Pen India

#7 YouCollectMe

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Posted 15 April 2013 - 06:53

I wonder whether there is such collection on Vintage Soviet Union Pens.

Some of them look much like famous European brands, but who knows. There were a topic on SOYUZ fountain pen being "borrowed" from Parker, but with innovations Russians managed to make it even better.

#8 Jerry Adair

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Posted 19 August 2014 - 18:26

I wonder whether there is such collection on Vintage Soviet Union Pens.

Some of them look much like famous European brands, but who knows. There were a topic on SOYUZ fountain pen being "borrowed" from Parker, but with innovations Russians managed to make it even better.

Don't think so

Jerry