Not much is known about this company. We know that Wilson Pen Company was one of the significant pen manufacturers in India. They existed since 1939 as Wilson. They were headquartered in Bombay, India.
(I learnt somewhere that they named their company Wilson, because the nibs they imported from USA during wartime had Wilson mentioned).
During my school days, I remember Wilson was an envious brand. They used to come in many many models, introduced frequently and often high class replicates of famous Parker models. The most famous were the Wilson jotter pens & also a ball-point pen called "4-point pen" (used to write in 4 colours)
Wilson actually paved the way to many western name brands in India like Kingson, Diplomat, Artex etc.
They used to come in a plastic boxes mostly as pen sets. The boxes resembled & also open like the present day, manual mercury based "blood pressure monitoring" instrument.
I had many Wilson pens but by now have lost all of them, but the pens were always in my mind. Recently, a friend of mine told me that he had a Wilson Fountain Pen, which he never used, since he fancied ball-points only.
Thus came to my hands this beautiful Wilson 21, a deep red colour pen, with gold-plated clip and a cap band. (resembles vintage Parker)
The pen posted
The etching in the barrel "Wilson Regd" & 21
The Cap with clip & Band, "Wilson" is inscribed in both places.
The Nib..Here to "Wilson" is written in nib, feed & Section
Hope you liked reading about Wilson 21...