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What a wonderful resource! Thank you for this, Wim, and everyone else that participated.

 

And now to add links to information about all of these manufacturers, and photos, and .... lol - a project for the long winter hours, in your "spare" time, Wim!

 

Holly

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I have just purchased an English pen (a BHR job) that rejoices in the name "Empress"

 

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fpn_1428963683__6s.jpg “The pen of the British Empire” fpn_1423349537__swan_sign_is.jpg


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This is a wonderful resource, thank you. Now I know that the Merle Blanc pen I thought was French is in fact Belgian...

 

Anyway, two things.

 

First, please add Taskovski to the Australia list. I did a review on FPN of one of their models last year and the company has a website.

 

Second, a nit-picking proof-reading point: you spell Sheaffer differently for its Australian and Canadian (and Hawaiian) listings (where it is written as ShAEffer).

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There are several collectible danish fountain pen brands: Absalon, BigBen, Benco, BigBrother, Penol, Skribent, Miller, Hoover, Orion, Oxford, Teté Rouge, Heimdal, London, Parlament, Runoz, Montblanc, The White King.

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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

 

I assume you mean Tintenkuli rather than Tutenkuli for Germany?

 

All added, BTW, thanks! :).

Warm regards, Wim

the Mad Dutchman
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I thought Xezo is an Swiss/German brand name, but is listed here under China. Could anyone confirm this?

 

As far as I am aware, it is a USA brand, and the pens are made in China. I am not entirely sure, however, which is why it is currently listed under China.

 

Warm regards, Wim

the Mad Dutchman
laugh a little, love a little, live a lot; laugh a lot, love a lot, live forever

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Thank you all once again!

 

All brands updated, including the spelling errors I made :).

 

Warm regards, Wim

the Mad Dutchman
laugh a little, love a little, live a lot; laugh a lot, love a lot, live forever

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Please add Eagle pens for Pakistan. Eagle is among the oldest pen brands in Pakistan. I have recently collected a few vintage Eagle pens from the 50s/60s. It is perhaps the only Pakistani pen with the "made in Pakistan" inscribed even on the nibs.

Khan M. Ilyas

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I found three more, I checked and they are not in the list yet...

 

Austria - Executiv - Pen, Reichdeutsche Füllhalterfabrik Niederlage: Wien

 

Germany - Symetra (Manufactured by Osmia)

 

USA - Reliable, RELCO, New York

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I thought R. Pirre Paul was Taiwanese not Chinese. I also bought a blisterpak pen in Beijing this past year that was made by a Lotus company.

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I have a couple of pens that might be added. The first is Rowi a German company which today manufactures metal watch bands. I wrote to them and they replied that they made them around 1977 but didn't say how many were made or how long they were made. It is a well machined gold alloy pen with a nice Bock nib.

 

The other pen is an RCW pen I bought in France. It is an aluminum (I think) pen and pencil set and writes nicely. On the pen and pencil is etched, "RCW Paris Germany". In the presentation box on the blue lining is RCW Paris, Fr ance".

To better see my icon http://fpnlcb.shutterfly.com/pictures

Looking for a black SJ Transitional Esterbrook Pen. (It's smaller than an sj)

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