Hello to everyone.
I found three really similiar looking fountain pens at my love's flat. I wonder what brand they could be or how old they must be, what their engraved subtitles refer to and so on.
I took photos and luckily I can read small letters from close, so I can write what I found engraved on their tips.
I will describe them according to their order on both photos, they are in the same order on both.
On the left, no pattern: has a "Spirit of St Louis" graving at the bottom edge of the lid. On the point "Iridium point" and Germany are engraved with some nice spiral-decorated "frame" like pattern. It seems to be made of steel or some other lighter metal.
Middle one, "stripy": on the tip it says "Radiant tipped" and "Made in USA". It has a very light, plastic feeling, especially the lid. The other two have more metal weight and feeling.
On the right, with black shapes: on the tip it says "Matador", below that is an encircled "1" and below that is New York. The lid and body are made of metal.
Thank you in advance
Update: Found one more, it was in a Marksman titled case, but I'm not sure if it is one.
It says "Iridium point" on the tip as well with the same nice swirls, but no "Germany" is engraved.
It must have been a company gift, since there is a Philips logo on its lid.
There is a very little figure on the golden clip which looks like a winged human figure standing on one leg and holding a stretch-out bow.
Naturally the last photos with the dark blue pen count here.
Edited by Liuna, 27 October 2017 - 13:19.