Esterbrook nib assortment, 10 nibs

Assortment of ten different Esterbrook vintage steel pen nibs. Esterbrook Pens was created in 1856 by Robert Esterbrook and was the first company in the United States to make steel pen nibs. The company was originally called the United States Steel Pen Manufacturing Company, and the name was later changed to The Esterbrook Steel Pen Manufacturing Company. The company's success was largely due to the quality of the steel nibs. The nibs were versatile, long lasting, and were available in many different styles. The company was later launched in England as well.


Esterbrook Story Booklet Enclosure for Dip Pen Nib box

Esterbrook Story Booklet Enclosure for Dip Pen Nib box. The Yearly Output of Esterbrook Pens. Black and green ink on white paper. Printed two sided on 12 panels. Camden New Jersey, Printed in USA. Fun little facts on each panel. Measures 7.5 x 2 1/8 inches when spread out, each panel is 1.25 x 2 1/8 inches which is also the size of the little booklet when folded. Very good condition. (1 avail)


Esterbrook Pamphlet

Stock Esterbrook Pamphlet with custom imprint for Bowes Bros. Paper and Stationers, Utica NY. Black print on white glossy paper. Points to Better writing. R Esterbrook & Co logo Camden NJ on the inside top center. Also The Esterbrook Pen Co Camden NJ 7 New York, NY. Twelve different Esterbrook steel pens are nicely photographed. Back panel header is Scientifically Correct Esterbrook Relief Ball Bearing Paper Clips. Measures 3 3/8 in x 6 1/8 inches closed. Excellent condition. (1 avail)


Esterbrook Letter, not dated, but ca.1967

Esterbrook Letter, not dated, but ca.1967 since the letter references the enclosed crisp, colorful 1967 Catalog with list price sheets and handy order form. Address is Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Signed by William J Carey, Merchandising Manager. We do not believe the signature to be original, but printed. Heavy emphasis on being familiar with Esterbrook products and maximizing profits while satisfying customer needs. White stationery measuring 8.5 x 11 inches. “America’s Oldest Pen Maker” is the tagline at the bottom of the letter. (1 avail)