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Waterman Drawing Set Recognition


thenewguyfrompoland

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Hello to all of you!
I'm from Poland. I'm new here, and i would like to find some information about this stuff. While cleaning the basement i've found box with pencilcases on the photos. I have 5 of them sealed and one was slightly damaged. There are mathematical instruments as on photos. Do you know something about them? When they were made, sold, or are they valuable?
Thanks for all the answers :)post-149157-0-60848600-1554837727_thumb.jpgpost-149157-0-90374900-1554837734_thumb.jpgpost-149157-0-71575500-1554837763_thumb.jpgpost-149157-0-19813500-1554837772_thumb.jpgpost-149157-0-01671600-1554837786_thumb.jpgpost-149157-0-70903300-1554837799_thumb.jpgpost-149157-0-05861600-1554837809_thumb.jpgpost-149157-0-84557700-1554837817_thumb.jpg

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Interesting find.

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Interesting.

 

I can't remember seeing something like this before.

 

Note that it is produced by Waterman India.

 

AFAIK there is a factory in India that produces pens under the Waterman brand. Not sure how the business model is, if they sublicense some models from Waterman France, or that Waterman France actually owns the plant.

I have heard that they make some models not available elsewhere, or sometimes use a different name for a certain models. Information about this is sketchy.

 

I would suggest to also post this in our regional forum for the Indian subcontinent. People there might be able to tell you more.

It might be an India -only product.

 

 

 

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