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Historical Adverts in the Tech

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Posted 01 May 2006 - 22:00

Antonios was so kind to provide us with some interesting articles on advertisements of fountain pens through history, providing us with some very interesting background information at the same time.

In order for these articles to be easily available to all of us, here are direct links to these articles and the ensuing discussions:

FP Ads in the Tech Part I: 1881-1899

FP Ads in the Tech - Part II: Moore ads 1902-1915

FP Ads in the Tech Part III: 1900-1919 (others)

FP Ads in the Tech: Part IV The roaring twenties (1920-1929)

FP Ads in the Tech Part V: 1930-1941

FP Ads in the Tech Part VI: 1942-1960, War or no war Parker is the king...

FP Ads in the Tech Part VII: 1960-today.. (last)

Antonios, thank you very much for providing us so kindly with these extremely interesting pieces on pen history!

Kindest regards, Wim

Edited by wimg, 04 June 2006 - 23:33.

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