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On a whim I searched EBAY and found this leather "stamp wallet" it looks lovely but obviously has aged as the inside photo shows.  It made me wonder about obscure (and collectable) paraphernalia associated with letter writing - anyone?


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A writing slope?


A reading slope?


An open inkwell?


An ink drier?


A portfolio?


A weight to hold paper in place?


Tape dispenser and tape rolls?


An ink stamp in all its glory of models and stamps and converse ink pads?


An old time-stamper? I still have a couple of old ones just for pure nostalgy as the dates that could be stamped with them passed long ago.


A talc box and talc sprayer?


A wax seal and corresponding wax sticks?


An scriptorium?


A pen holder?


A glass of water?


An ink stone and writing brushes? and a seal? And a silk box?


A wet pad with a sponge for wetting stamps?


A demotivator mug for warm/cold beverages?


A pen rest?


A writing pad?


I could go on and on... I will try to post some pictures when I go back home.



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Other ideas: A Roll-o-dex or address book, pen cases, travel desks and writing surfaces, clips of all sorts, presentation card boxes/files/holders, blotting paper, lettering templates, line templates...


Just explore the Paper and Pen Paraphernalia sub-forums.

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