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The Collection of Dr. Vincent DeAndrea

Sat, Aug 5, 2023 01:00PM EDT
Lot 13

Group of Unusual and Novelty Pens and Pencils

Estimate: $400 - $600

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Group of 71 unusual and novel pens and pencils, originating from the late 1800's through the mid 20th century. Detailed inventory is as follows: One Coca-Cola branded ceramic roller ball pen with gift tin in original packaging. Manufactured in 1996 by Pentech. One "Lincoln Pen" by National Pen Products. One Fisher "Space Pen" in original presentation box. One Conklin Self-Filling Crescent Pen. Gold plated. One Stylcron Pen Watch in original presentation box with manual. One black "Jumbo Pen". Made in Japan. Pre-WWII. One similarly proportioned pen to the one listed above. This one Made in Italy. One bullet shaped pen measuring 2 5/8" in length. Gold plated. Manufacturer unknown. One Victorian novelty six-shooter revolver pen. Silver plated with wooden handle. One "Speedball" pen by C. Howard Hunt Pen Co. in original sales tube. One Ortense, Inc. stripping pen. Made in Denmark. Three miniature gold plated mechanical pencils. Manufacturer unknown. The largest of these measures just 3" in length. One Caran d'Ache gold plated "Ecridor" pencil. Four "Norma" pencils. Two gold plated, two chrome. Each has four different colored lead options. One of the pencils is in its original presentation box with instruction manual. One Ruxton "Multi-Vider" pencil in original presentation box. One very large Eagle 75-12 Automatic mechanical pencil. Measures 10 1/2" long. One mechanical pencil/lighter. Manufacturer unknown. "Made in Japan." One WWII era chrome torpedo novelty mechanical pencil. The aft propellers still spin. One hand carved and painted Mexico tourist souvenir pen. One oversize Chicago World's Fair (1933) pen. One pen containing ash from the Mt. St. Helen's eruption of 1980. One New York Yankees branded baseball bat shaped pen. One "Souvenir of Oklahoma City, Okla." baseball bat shaped pen. One Jacob's Ladder pencil. One Howard Johnson's pen depicting the Empire State Building. One Niagara Falls souvenir pencil. One Rocky Point Park, Rhode Island souvenir pencil. One New York World's Fair 1964 - 1965 pen. One Tribes of Israel pen marked sterling silver. Over three dozen miscellaneous brand marketing pens and pencils for businesses (most located in New England), a Swan "metal pocket", and an unidentifed bullet shaped fountain pen. Condition varies. There does not appear to be any cracks in the caps, but minor chips are present. Some scuffing exhibited on the barrels. Some gold plated nibs. Items untested. Sold as-is. Keywords: unique, antique, antiquarian, vintage, midcentury, memorabilia, advertising, militaria, space age, multiuse, multi-function, writing instruments, writing implements, case, ink, lead

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