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Here are the Sheaffer pattents from 1921 onward. Few earlier patents are also included. Corrections/additions are welcome. Enjoy.Patent US896861 1908-08-25 Fountain penPatent US1046660 1912-12-10 Fountain pen attachmentPatent US1085174 1914-01-27 Pen clipPatent US1114052 1914-10-20 Fountain penPatent US1118240 1914-11-24 Attachment for fountain pensPatent US1385187 1921-07-19 PencilPatent US1507782 1924-09-09 Fountain penPatent US1641846 1927-09-06 Fountain-pen rackPatent US1641949 1927-09-06 Fountain-pen desk setPatent US1653151 1927-12-20 PencilPatent US1658147 1928-02-07 Fountain-pen desk setPatent US1675543 1928-07-03 Fountain-pen desk standPatent US1696218 1928-12-25 Fountain-pen desk setPatent US1712850 1929-05-14 PencilPatent US1741368 1929-12-31 Pen and pencil mountPatent US1773475 1930-08-19 Closure means for containersPatent US1794154 1931-02-24 Clip for writing instrumentsPatent US1852094 1932-04-05 Fountain pen pressure barPatent US1860853 1932-05-31 Fountain pen desk setPatent US1869950 1932-08-02 PenPatent US1872064 1932-08-16 Cap constructionPatent US1872151 1932-08-16 Tip for mechanical pencilsPatent US1876152 1932-09-06 ContainerPatent US1898342 1933-02-21 ContainerPatent US1900669 1933-03-07 PencilPatent US1905920 1933-04-25 Mechanical pencilPatent US1908123 1933-05-09 Fountain pen constructionPatent US1920409 1933-08-01 Swaged tip for mechanical pencilsPatent US1944927 1934-01-30 Holder for fountain pensPatent US1963261 1934-06-19 Auxiliary well for ink bottlesPatent US1983682 1934-12-11 Fountain penPatent US2011040 1935-08-13 Fountain pen desk setPatent US2017843 1935-10-22 Reproducing machinePatent US2072245 1937-03-02 Bottle capping machinePatent US2072711 1937-03-02 Mechanical pencilPatent US2091648 1937-08-31 Fountain penPatent US2091649 1937-08-31 Fountain penPatent US2096708 1937-10-26 Fountain penPatent US2101304 1937-12-07 Fountain penPatent US2104638 1938-01-04 Fountain penPatent US2104676 1938-01-04 Fountain pen desk standPatent US2107150 1938-02-01 Fountain penPatent US2107162 1938-02-01 Fountain penPatent US2110558 1938-03-08 Fountain penPatent US2110578 1938-03-08 Fountain penPatent US2113633 1938-04-12 Fountain pen desk standPatent US2124771 1938-07-26 Reservoir desk standPatent US2158615 1939-05-16 Fountain penPatent US2177466 1939-10-24 Pencil eraserPatent US2180560 1939-11-21 Writing instrumentPatent US2215630 1940-09-24 Reservoir desk standPatent US2232231 1941-02-18 Tip for a marking instrumentPatent US2236720 1941-04-01 Tip for mechanical pencils or the likePatent US2241846 1941-05-13 Receptacle for liquidsPatent US2241850 1941-05-13 Pressure bar for fountain pensPatent US2241852 1941-05-13 Receptacle for fountain pensPatent US2241865 1941-05-13 Fountain penPatent US2249616 1941-07-15 Reservoir desk standPatent US2274470 1942-02-24 Fountain penPatent US2283333 1942-05-19 Fountain penPatent US2303373 1942-12-01 Fountain penPatent US2303374 1942-12-01 Fountain penPatent US2314551 1943-03-23 Fountain penPatent US2314562 1943-03-23 Pour-out closurePatent US2314563 1943-03-23 Fountain penPatent US2362905 1944-11-14 Pour-out closurePatent US2362948 1944-11-14 Fountain penPatent US2473688 1949-06-21 Clip for writing instrumentsPatent US2473689 1949-06-21 Clip for writing instrumentsPatent US2473690 1949-06-21 Clip for writing instrumentsPatent US2474996 1949-07-05 Fountain penPatent US2553598 1951-05-22 Reservoir desk standPatent US2553599 1951-05-22 Reservoir desk standPatent US2557054 1951-06-12 Writing instrumentPatent US2610611 1952-09-16 Writing instrumentPatent US2610612 1952-09-16 Writing instrumentPatent US2617387 1952-11-11 Writing instrumentPatent US2638257 1953-05-12 Sac filling machinePatent US2646761 1953-07-28 Method of making ball-type writing tipsPatent US2709989 1955-06-07 Operating mechanism for a writing instrumentPatent US2756915 1956-07-31 Method of charging vessels, utilizing vacuum and centrifugal forcePatent US2769427 1956-11-06 Writing implementsPatent US2784699 1957-03-12 Writing implementsPatent US2799246 1957-07-16 Writing implements (this is the Snorkel patent)Patent US2799247 1957-07-16 Writing implementsPatent US2802449 1957-08-13 Writing implementPatent US2831460 1958-04-22 Writing instrumentPatent US2865332 1958-12-23 Operating mechanism for a writing instrumentPatent US2868173 1959-01-13 Writing instrumentPatent US2898885 1959-08-11 Operating mechanism for a writing instrumentPatent US2914028 1959-11-24 Writing implementPatent US2919677 1960-01-05 Writing instrumentPatent US2935967 1960-05-10 Writing instrumentPatent US2942576 1960-06-28 Writing implementPatent US2949887 1960-08-23 Writing implementPatent US2949888 1960-08-23 Writing implementPatent US2957452 1960-10-25 Writing implementPatent US3009240 1961-11-21 Method of and apparatus for assembling ball point writing tipsPatent US3027613 1962-04-03 Pocket clipPatent US3057463 1962-10-09 Cartridge carrierPatent US3073286 1963-01-15 Writing implementPatent US3075496 1963-01-29 Writing instrument constructionPatent US3077185 1963-02-12 Writing implementPatent US3112734 1963-12-03 Writing implementPatent US3127874 1964-04-07 Writing implementPatent US3130710 1964-04-28 Clip assemblyPatent US3153401 1964-10-20 Writing instrumentPatent US3187724 1965-06-08 Writing instrumentPatent US3203401 1965-08-31 Eraser retaining and adjusting mechanismPatent US3233275 1966-02-08 Writing implementPatent US3233594 1966-02-08 Fluid containerPatent US3280969 1966-10-25 PackagePatent US3356440 1967-12-05 Marking implement

Design Patents

Patent USD078795 1929-06-18 Design for a fountain penPatent USD104263 1937-04-27 Design for a fountain penPatent USD131000 1942-01-06 Design for a fountain pen

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Well, since you've gone back and added most of the early ones that are on the imprints you must add this one to have a clean sweep. You won't have all of the early patents but you'll have all five that are on the imprint. What an impressive list!

 

1,085,174 1-27-1914 Clip (inner cap)

 

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Well, since you've gone back and added most of the early ones that are on the imprints you must add this one to have a clean sweep. You won't have all of the early patents but you'll have all five that are on the imprint. What an impressive list!

 

1,085,174 1-27-1914 Clip (inner cap)

 

Roger W.

Thanks!.... I added this one. Cool design that clip :)

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