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Wyvern Fountain Pen Co

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1949. Models 303 and 404.
November 1950.

of 143-144 Holborn, London, EC1. T.A.: Wyverndon, London. Telephone: Holborn 4677. (1922)

Ditto Address. Factory: Vulcanite Works, Leicester. Telephone: Holborn 4677. Cables: "Wyverndom, London." (1929)

1896 Company established.

1919 Patent - Improvements in and relating to the filling of fountain pens. [1]

1922 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of every kind of Fountain and Stylographic Pens, Gold Nibs. Speciality: Lever Self-filling Pens. (Stand No. K.75) [2]

1929 Listed Exhibitor - British Industries Fair. Manufacturers of Fountain and Stylograph Pens, Gold Nibs, Propelling Pencils, over 200 Patterns. (Stand No. R.38) [3]

1944 Patent - Self-filling fountain pens. [4]

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