Carter's Advertisement, 1931, B&W, 11x14, “More People are Careless than Dishonest...This insurance doesn’t cost a cent...yet may save you thousands of dollars!”, information about checks being signed with ink that will wash away vs. signing with Carter’s Ryto Ink.
Carter's Advertisement, October 12, 1931, B&W, 8.5x10, Time Magazine, “This Insurance doesn’t cost a cent, yet it may save you thousands of dollars”, explains the difference between Carter’s Ryto Ink and other Fountain Pen ink.
Carter’s medallion on a nice gold bracelet. Detailed Carter’s logo with the crown at top of the word Carter's and a tiny pearl mounted below. The medallion measures 5/8 x 3/8 inches. Bracelet measures just shy of 8 inches. Medallion is engraved on back 10KB. We haven’t found a lot of definitive answers to what 10KB exactly refers to. In fact we found several answers, One is that it is bonded gold, perhaps similar to gold fill, the other most popular explanation was that is was gold plated. Bonded gold seems to have come from Mexico.
Carter’s Inx Lapel Pin, ca. 1937, Hand engraved on backside: 1934-1937 Alyce Roma. 8 x 11 mm at widest points. More than likely an award pin for an employee named Alyce in 1937, although this is our first time seeing one. Very good condition. (1 avail)
Carter’s No. 481 Indelible Cloth Marking Ink Outfit - Complete boxed set includes wooden stretcher, red, white & blue labeled bottle of Indelible ink (ink dust inside), wood mini dip pen and Carter’s steel nib. Complete instruction pamphlet also included. Box measures 4.25 x 2 x 2.5 inches tall. Great graphics and a nice little kit from the late 1940s. (1 avail)
Carter’s Combined Writing and Copying Fluid, ca. Early 1900s, USA, Clear glass bottle is 2.5 inches square and 2.5 inches in height. Red and white and black label has three small tears on top edge Hard rubber stopper on cork is embossed Carter’s with a quill. No ink in bottle. (1 avail)