Signet Ink Advertisement, Apr 26, 1919 - Saturday Evening Post, B&W, 11x14, “When a Perfect Ink is so easy to obtain”, Quart master of Signet permanent Writing Fluid, LePage’s Mucilage & LePage’s glue illustrated on left side, info & comparative tests on left side of ad. (1 avail)
Parker Advertisement - July 28, 1947, Full Color, 11"x14 inches, Parker Superchrome Ink, blue & white canister bottle, rainbow, Parker 51 fountain pen, "! The most brilliant ink in the History of Writing" On the back side is a Life magazine cover featuring Princess Elizabeth. (1 avail)
EVE199 Eversharp Advertisement, 1948 - 11x14, Full Color, “Imagine a Pen not much longer than your cigarette!...yet it opens up to a full size pen!”, man facing sideways holding cigarette next to Kimberly Pockette by Eversharp.
PaperMate Holiday Advertisement, 1966, full color, 10 x 13.5 inches. This ad just screams the sixties with the gold metallic reindeer, blue and green gift wrapped packages and four different "Give PaperMate and they'll remember you every time they write" (1 avail)
Waterman Advertisement - Nov. 20, 1947, The Saturday Evening Post, 11x14, full color, "Smart people know... the smartest gift's a Waterman's", illustration of The Garland, The Corinth, The Stateleigh set, and the Crusader (1 avail)
Waterman's Autograph Album and Advertisement, 1932 - Back in 1932, Waterman was most likely looking for ways to stir up some additional business and offered up a contest to fill a special hardcover bound book with autographs of famous people. There would be 333 awards; 133 cash prizes, 100 Waterman Fountain Pens (Lady Patricia for girls and No. 94 for boys) and 100 Waterman Mechanical Pencils. Pretty heady stuff in 1932! Florence White in Canaan, Maine acquired one of the the Autograph Albums.