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Great reference. Thanks.

For Canada you might add Eclipse Streamline.

And the Eclipse Safety, made in USA.

 

Also in the US Holland Royal and Perfection.

 

And then Mexico Esterbrook

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Very important to keep this list alive, thank you...

 

Great Britain: Neptune

You have a Gaviota in Spain, I know a Gaviota made by Swan for Argentina but it could be the same. I also know a Gauchada (made in England for Argentinian market)

Germany: Juska (manufactured by Julius Steinmann Kaiserlautern)

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For Denmark add

 

Parker (Penol)

Mont Blanc

Sheffield

Big Ben

Added, thank you!

 

Warm regards, Wim

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Great reference. Thanks.

 

For Canada you might add Eclipse Streamline.

 

And the Eclipse Safety, made in USA.

 

Also in the US Holland Royal and Perfection.

 

And then Mexico Esterbrook

 

 

For SKR there is MICRO and Pilot.

 

 

Very important to keep this list alive, thank you...

 

Great Britain: Neptune

You have a Gaviota in Spain, I know a Gaviota made by Swan for Argentina but it could be the same. I also know a Gauchada (made in England for Argentinian market)

Germany: Juska (manufactured by Julius Steinmann Kaiserlautern)

 

All added here, thank you very much!

 

Now off to add them in the forums too :).

 

Warm regards, Wim

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These keep coming back like a radish.

For Eclipse Canada there is also Monroe, Deluxe and VIS-O-RAY.

In the US, Terco (Likely Wearever/David Kahn).

 

Oh, in the US Holland Chic.

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These keep coming back like a radish.

 

For Eclipse Canada there is also Monroe, Deluxe and VIS-O-RAY.

 

In the US, Terco (Likely Wearever/David Kahn).

 

Oh, in the US Holland Chic.

Thank you, Dan.

 

Is the last one brand Chic, maker Holland?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Warm regards, Wim

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Australia:

Curtis

D:Scribe

Parker (Australian factory)

Shaeffer (Australian factory)

 

Dasi, the first Australian manufacturer and Onoto ( made under licence)

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For India please add Fosfor Pens (owned by a FPN member manojd) and Jubilee (a now defunct brand of school pens made in Kunnamkulam, Kerala)...

A lifelong FP user...

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For the USA, I can offer:

 

Advance and Justrite (I have examples of each).

 

Cob

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Please add for Pakistan ORO and Kiku as pen brands. These are already listed under Pakistani brands in the India sub-continent Forums' list of pen brands. Thanks.

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For Taiwan add SB pens.

Please do the needful. These are already added to Taiwanese brands in the list of China etc Forum. To avoid anomalies , the list , for a given country , should have the same entries in all Forums of FPN.

 

Thanks and regards.

Khan M. Ilyas

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Great work ! :thumbup:

 

As a collector of pens from different countires, I bookmarked this page.

I only have two pens - an Aurora Optima and others.

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I believe that Cavalier and Southern are two other brands from Petersburg, Virginia. I have both in my collection.

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Well done Wimg a superb list,

Many thanks for your efforts

I have just trawled through some of my collection and can advise the following

 

Please note that there are pens listed that may be models of a manufacturers range but the engraving on the pen or nib is the only info I have available.

 

Russia ADTOPYUKA

 

Pakistan DOM

 

Turkey ODI

 

Germany Napoleon

Tutenkuli(a stylo)

 

UK The Nova

The Victoria Pen (A&S Walker ,Manchester)

Shakeproof ?

Supa (M.Myers & son Birminham)

The J.W. Self filling Pen (6, Piccadilly Arcade London)

RAJA

The Empress

Queensway

Wipac(a stylo)

 

USA Welsh

Pacific

Marlowe

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