Hi Ariel, I think we need more informationes about Goldfink. There was one person who told, that Goldfink never made fountainpens inhouse, but this is questionable. Originally Goldfink came from the fountainpen maker Fink in Berlin and then grew up to the greatest retailer in Berlin. An additive problem is (similar as in another thread) that there is a smaller fountain pen corporation named Fink in Heidelberg.
Juska is questionable too. Their fountain pens look extremely similar to the Orthos pens and Julius Steinmann only had a Patent for an ink blotter.
Fabula was made by "Aura" in Munich.
Kind Regards, Thomas
Your clarification is important... my point was first to include the name of those German pens here. Either manufactured or not by Mr. Fink, the catalogs I have show a large amount of models, 1935-1938 in the case of the catalogs I own.
In relation to Juska I do not know about Julius Steinmann patents, but the pens are named Juska as well as their nibs... I do not believe they really had to have a patent to produce, since many pens clearly say "patent pending", but the important part was to include here the name in case someone knows somethings, as you in this case... we keep walking forward.
Fabula, well, I wanted to include the name in the list since those I have are clearly marked Fabula as well as their nibs and now, thanks to you again I know something else like "Aura" .. Walter B would certainly smile to hear this company name...