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Montblanc Snake Clip solid silver with precious stone eyes, RED, BLU, or Green.** Condition: Anno: 2012
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Ebanite
Ebonite (hard rubber)
Hartgummi, Ebonit
"Hard" rubber, made from vulcanized rubber originally developed by Charles Goodyear in 1844. The name comes from its intended use as a substitute for ebony wood, and was the material used in most of the earliest fountain pens.
ebanite
hard rubber > ebonite
see ebonite
Ebanite incisa nera
BCHR (black chased hard rubber)
Hartgummi schwarz guillochiert
Black chased hard rubber was one of the mostly commonly used materials for fountain pens in the early years of the 20th century. Chasing refers to the pattern imprinted on the pen.
Empire
Empire
Empire
A Parker 51 cap design that is reminiscent of the silhouette of the Empire State Building in New York City. In green and pink 14k gold, the Empire cap is very valuable and collectible.
Endura
Endura
Endura
Conklin's line of flat-top pens during the '20s. In the early '30s Conklin introduced the Endura Symetrik which followed the streamline trend of the era.
Equipoise
Equipoise
Equipoise
Wahl-Eversharp's entry into the streamlined pen design fashion of the early '30s. The Equipoised only lasted a few years before being replaced by the Doric. Note that "Equipoised" was Wahl's term for this pen, while the contemporary Bexley is called "Equipoise.""
Eternal
Eternal
Eternal
A Mabie Todd line which ran from 1924 through the late '30s.
Eversharp
Eversharp
Eversharp
The Wahl Adding Machine Co. purchased the Ever-Sharp mechanical pencil company in 1914. Soon after, they began producing fountain pens under the Wahl name having purchased the Boston Pen Co. In 1941, Wahl changed the name of the entire company to Eversharp. Parker bought Eversharp in 1957, but the Wahl company still exists making barber tools.