I love the link to a Google Street View of the St. Lambert factory, which is now an apartment building – with the Waterman’s logo still above the front door…
Parker had such as success with the hooded nib design of the 51 that many other companies rushed to the market with their own versions. Parker, however, was smart enough to know a good thing when they had one, so READ MORE
This Waterman’s 513 in Tiger Eye (or Tortoise shell – depending on where you look) was probably made around 1940 in England. It’s a celluloid pen with the 14 carat gold 2A nib. With a very light hand, the nib READ MORE
A well-researched history of the beginnings of the Waterman brand.
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