Ozment’s System Perfect Penmanship Brochure

Ozment’s System Perfect Penmanship Brochure, 8 x 12 inches, black and white with bright orange-red highlights. St. Louis, MO. ca. 1940s. The four page brochure advertises their Penmanship Practice set which contains a set of “Sunken Copies” - the illustration makes it look like they are stencils for practicing with, Practice copies printed on foolscap, Instructions for Speed System and an Easy Writer Pen Holder and One Imported Ball Point Stylus.


Sanford’s Booklet, 1925 – How to Get the Best Out of Your Pen

Sanford’s Booklet, 1925 – How to Get the Best Out of Your Pen, B&W with yellow, interior pages are B&W with blue illustrations. Measures 3 x 4 5/8 inches,7 pages. Always use the best ink, Proper Way to fill your ink, Know what kind of ink you are using, The best way to clean your pen, Never put two kinds of ink in your pen, Keep cap on pen when not in use, The Business Man’s Ink is Sanford’s Blue Black. Customized imprint on back cover in red: McFarland-Howell Co. Stationery and Office Supplies Office Outfitters, Rockford, Illinois. Very nicely done and in excellent condition.


Group of 8 different Esterbrook items

Group of 8 different Esterbrook items – 1)Esterbrook, Camden 6 page booklet in white, orange and black titled “Would you Imagine” Measures 1.5 x 2.5. Photos of the Esterbrook Camden facility showing production of steel pens process, 2) 2) Esterbrook 6 page booklet I white, green and black titled: “Do You Know?” Measures 1 3/8 x 2. Photos of items penned with Esterbrook pens.


Group of 6 different Dip Pen Nibs Items

1) A Summerville & Co UK Box wrapper in bright Red, black, white and Metallic Gold 2) Spencerian No. 42 steel and gold plated nib on sample card – Please Try This Pen 3) Tuxedo Aluminum Pens Distributed by Wm. G Hintz Sample Envelope, illustration of Tuxedo No. 3 Pen, 1 nib inside envelope 4) Soennecken illustrated Brochure, printed in German, fully illustrated – dip pen holders, many different dip pen nibs, red & black cover, black & white pages.


Group of 4 different pieces of Parker Ephemera

1) Parker 61 Filling instructions for Pkr 45, Touche, Parker 51 aerometric and Parker 51, also info on Jotter BPs and Writefine Pencils.2) Roaring 20s, Big Red Writes Again Filling instructions and Guarantee and Owner Survey. 3) Parker 1916 invoice for 24 pks of new gold #4 pens, total $1.25 Handwritten note on backside that it was paid by check March 17, 1916. 4) Parker advertisement 2.5 x 6 inches on 6x10 Munsey’s Magazine featuring Parker Lucky Curve (1 set avail)