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History of the Pen
Although pens are commonplace today and come in a wide variety of colors and styles, pens that contain ready-to-use ink inside them have only existed for about 130 years. Throughout the late 19th and early 20th centuries, pens have gone through many... More »
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Pen - Wikipedia


In his book A History of Writing, Steven Roger Fischer suggests that on the basis of finds at Saqqara, the reed pen might well have been ...

HISTORY OF WRITING IMPLEMENTS - over 6000 years - RingPen


"During the last century there have been approximately 150 patents granted connected with pens and improving the writing process. The shape of the holder  ...

History 101: Pens and Ink - Daily Kos


Nov 16, 2013 ... As writing became more popular over the millennia, many people wrote with pen and ink on paper. A brief history of pens and ink follows.

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Mar 17, 2005 ... It is really rather surprising, when you stop to think about it, that a portable pen that could carry its own ink supply was not perfected until fairly ...

History of Pencils - Pens and Writing Instruments


Pencils and pens are very old writing tools (which were first used some 5000 years ago) but are still used today despite the electronic technology that we use for ...

Pen History - a beautiful pen


Pen and Pencil History. Pens of one type or another have been used for thousands of years. Today, pens rank among the most widely used writing instruments.

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Oct 8, 2013 ... HISTORY OF PEN ... Pens and Writing: "The Twenty-Six Old Characters" 1947 W.A. Sheaffer Pen ... The Ballpoint Pen: Where did it come from?

The History Of The Pen | Visual.ly


Feb 26, 2014 ... The pen. It's something we all use every day but we rarely think about where it came from. It has been developed over thousands of years and ...

Who Invented the Pen? History of Ball Point Pen Invention


The history of ball pen can be traced back to 1880s, when the first patent on a ball pen was issued to John Loud.This leather tanner attempted to make a writing  ...