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…
Advertisements from “Aarets Bøger” (The Year’s Books) from H. Bødtcher-Jensen Book and Music store in Nyborg.
I’m currently reading “Imprint and Trace: Handwriting in the Age of Technology” by Sonja Neef, and I can recommend it highly. It’s not an easy read – but it’s wonderfully written, with not only plays on words, but on portions READ MORE
This is a Charles Field Antique Automatic Engraving Chasing Machine from around 1900 – for sale at Gold Machinery. Many automated versions of a chaser very similar to this one can be seen in operation at the Parker pen factory READ MORE
A well-researched history of the beginnings of the Waterman brand.
The modern Penol company has started to put photos of the Christian Olsen Collection online. Anyone interested in Penol pens will find this to be a great resource for identification – or just browsing.