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Fountain pens

by Peter Twydle | 11 June 2009
Hardback
Category: Antiques Guides
The fountain pen as we know it today developed over thousands of years, from the simple stylus used for cutting marks into clay tablets, to the brush, through the reed, the quill, and the steel-nib dip pen, and finally to the self-contained fountain pen. The advent of electronic communication of the written word has failed to dim the appeal of the fountain pen, and names such as Parker, Waterman, and Sheaffer remain household names. Covering the complete history of the fountain pen, this guide offers useful advice on how to build a collection and where best to look for fountain pens, from car trunk sales to the internet.
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The fountain pen as we know it today developed over thousands of years, from the simple stylus used for cutting marks into clay tablets, to the brush, through the reed, the quill, and the steel-nib dip pen, and finally to the self-contained fountain pen. The advent of electronic communication of the written word has failed to dim the appeal of the fountain pen, and names such as Parker, Waterman, and Sheaffer remain household names. Covering the complete history of the fountain pen, this guide offers useful advice on how to build a collection and where best to look for fountain pens, from car trunk sales to the internet.
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In stock online
Delivery 5-7 Days
Eligible for free delivery
83 Reward Points

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€27.93
In stock online
Delivery 5-7 Days
Eligible for free delivery
Quantity:
83 Reward Points

Any purchases for more than €10 are eligible for free delivery anywhere in the UK or Ireland!

Product Description

The fountain pen as we know it today developed over thousands of years, from the simple stylus used for cutting marks into clay tablets, to the brush, through the reed, the quill, and the steel-nib dip pen, and finally to the self-contained fountain pen. The advent of electronic communication of the written word has failed to dim the appeal of the fountain pen, and names such as Parker, Waterman, and Sheaffer remain household names. Covering the complete history of the fountain pen, this guide offers useful advice on how to build a collection and where best to look for fountain pens, from car trunk sales to the internet.

Product Details

Fountain pens

ISBN9781847971142

FormatHardback

Publisher (11 June. 2009)

No. of Pages160

Weight1.48

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 9.5 x 7.5 x 15