The Miller Pen Company was established in 1908 by Johannes Iversen and was located in Copenhagen. The company was initially called “Johannes Iversen”. The name was changed to the “Orion Pen Company” in 1914, and then to the “Miller Pen READ MORE
Advertisements from “Aarets Bøger” (The Year’s Books) from H. Bødtcher-Jensen Book and Music store in Nyborg.
This is a Danish Miller 662 fountain pen and 660 mechanical pencil set. The pen is a button filler with a very flexible nib and the pencil takes 0.9 mm lead refills. V2018025 & V2018026
This Royal 408 was made in Denmark by the Miller Pen Company. It has a somewhat unique filling system called a stretch vacumatic which I’ve described in this posting. The nib is two-toned, although the transition from silver to gold READ MORE
I just acquired a Danish Miller Royal 408 today and started dismantling it – this reminded me of the problems I went through fixing a Miller 698 some time ago. So, I thought that I’d re-post a tutorial on how READ MORE
Johannes Iverson owned the Miller Pen Company in Copenhagen (see this document) and patented a filling system called a “stretch-vacumatic”. The patents are here (in English), here (in Danish), and here (in German). This 698 is a 12-sided doric pen made sometime around 1940 in Denmark. READ MORE
Item number: V201638