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May 28, 2015

Some Favorite Pen Trademarks


[Posted on L&P and on
FPN on May 1, 2010.]
        While I was preparing the two volumes of my patent book, I collected a group of favorite trademarks and goofy images.  I wrote some articles about these trademarks, and posted them on various pen message boards in a series I titled “Some Of My Favorite Pen Trademarks”, so if you want to see a few examples of the type of research that the book makes possible, take a look at the posts in the following 43 links, and the rest of the posts in this blog.

1,
The Trademark Era, and the Ur-Trademarks
2,
The Carter Company Names
3,
Flurries Of Activity, Pencils
4,
Not On The USPTO Website
5,
Celluloid, Galalith, & Bakelite, the Hard-Rubber-Substitutes
6,
Sanford-Ink & Wirt-Pen Hands
7,
Eagle’s Eagles
8,
“Ne Plus Ultra”, Again
9,
Flurries Of Activity, Steel Nibs, Stylos, And Charm Pencils
10,
Two Crossed Nibs
11,
Esterbrook Nibs
12,
The Easy Writer
13,
Caw’s & Brown
14,
Suns & Centuries
15,
Lionpen
16,
Aluminum Nibs
17,
Ink Blotters & Lightning Bolts
18,
The Pen Moves The World
19,
Pens & Nibs
20,
The Type Writer
21,
The Fasces & The Swastika
22,
Quills & Inkhorns
23,
Ball Pointed Nibs
24,
Pierced By A Pen
25,
The Pyro Writer
26,
Armeny & Marion
27,
The Mercantile
28,
Copiers
29,
Flurries Of Activity, Fountain Pens, & Conklin
30,
Dry Ink
31,
Color Images, At Last
32,
Anthropomorphic Pens & Pencils
33,
Orange Red
34,
The Onoto
35,
Parker Arrows
36,
Waterman’s Mechanical Pencils In 1904
37,
The Combo
38,
The Thomas Ink Cat
39,
The Drop Penknife & Penholder
40,
The Red Band, The Mikado, & The Mirado
41,
The Red & Black
42,
The Black & Red
43,
The Word “Pensmith”, Publisher’s Devices, & Dingbats
 


George Kovalenko.

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