Parker Vacumatic Maxima (1938)
The tool in the middle was found in a box of nibs bought at a flea market. What is it? What did it serve for? Any ideas?
Today, the 21th of July, is Belgian national day: 183 years ago King Leopold I swore allegiance to the Belgian constitution and became the first “King of the Belgians”.
On the image: advertisement of the pen shop La Maison De Porte Plume, 6 Bd. Ad. Max, Bruxelles. Belgium (1924)
Sailor Arita Yaki - “Sometsuke –Kiri-Houou”
Materials: Arita Koransha Porcelain.
Size 19.4 x 163.7mm.
Filling system: Converter & Cartridge type
Special features: 100 pieces Limited edition
Simone de Beauvoir has been photographed using: Sheaffer Snorkel Triumph, Sheaffer’s Snorkel, and an Esterbrook.
Read the full article: http://flavorwire.com/410384/the-writing-tools-of-20-famous-authors/
More high quality photos: http://www.estilograficas.net/montblanc-heritage-collection-1912-black-resin/
On the photo: “Escritor” pens made in Argentina
More photos of these pens: http://bit.ly/1jqDBsI