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Camel Ink, ca. Early 2000s

Camel Ink, ca. Early 2000s, fairly recent production, India, Black fountain pen ink. Cool bottle with embossed ribs along top section of bottle and “Camel Popular” embossed below. Not marked, but looks to be about 1.5 ounce. Bottle is about 2/3 full of usable ink – We just tested it out and it smells like it should and writes like it should, a nice deep, dark black ink. (1 avail)

$10.00
SKU:
I1905

Sanford’s Wood Panel from original shipping crate

Sanford’s Wood Panel from original shipping crate.  Wood panel measures 18 x 5.75 inches and is printed with Sanford’s logo.  It is rough along the lower edge, someone didn’t take the time to remove it carefully from the crate.  None the less, it is rare to find old ink boxes, this one would have dated back to the late 1890s - early 1900s. It’s a heck of a lot less expensive than a fully intact Sanford’s wood shipping crate which runs $100-$200 depending on age and condition and of course if you can find one!  (1 avail)

$10.00
SKU:
I1652

Stephens’ English Ink Bottles - ca. 1950s

Stephens’ English Ink Bottles - ca. 1950s Stephens' Ink Bottles were made in England. These came to us in the large box pictured which originally held 24 bottles. Clear glass oval shaped bottles have a black metal screw on lid. The lid is embossed Stephens’ in script across the top. The dark blue and white label indicates these are No. 696 Stephens’ Blue Black Writing For Every Make of Pen. All that remains in the bottles is a bit of blue-black ink dust, the ink has evaporated. Labels in very good condition. Minor bits of rust showing on the high points of the lids.

$15.00
SKU:
I1558

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