I thought it might be interesting to start a topic on the ways people display and store their their pens. It may give some new ideas to people on that topic and expose some of the really interesting ancillary pieces of Wahl-Eversharp production or contracted production for some of the old store displays. To kick it off here is one of my old store display pieces with some of the more interesting WAHL-EVERSHARP Vintage production items. It's an original double display consisting of 2 cases one mounted atop the other. It is probably a late '30's, or '40s piece. The lighting is original fluorescent so it can't be before 1936, the original US Patent date, and more likely it is after 1941, when GE brought the fluorescent light to life commercially.
And if pen furniture is not your thing, you might find some of the pens in this case might be of interest to you.