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" ... has devoted his unceasing attention to the improving and perfecting this useful and necessary article. The result of his persevering efforts, and numerous experiments upon the properties of the metal used, has been the construction of a pen upon a... "
Freeling's Grand junction railway companion ... and Liverpool, Manchester ... - Page 18
by Arthur Freeling - 1838 - 224 pages
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Osborne's Guide to the Grand Junction, Or Birmingham, Liverpool, and ...

Edward Cornelius Osborne - England - 1838 - 378 pages
...used, and the various modes of construction, is now before the public in GILLOTT'S NEW PATENT STEEL PEN, which, being constructed upon a principle perfectly...against the use of Steel Pens. The Patentee is proud in acknowledging that a discerning public has paid the most gratifying tribute to the value of his...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 3

Commerce - 1840
...properties of the metal used, has been the construction of a pen upon a principle entirely new, combining all the advantages of the elasticity and fineness...with the durability of the metallic pen, and thus obviating the objections which have existed against the use of steel pens." We can bear testimony to...
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The Maine Register and National Calendar for the Year ...

Maine - 1843
...properties of the metal used, has been the construction of a Pen upon a principle entirely new, combining all the advantages of the elasticity and fineness...with the durability of the metallic pen, and thus obviating the objections which have existed against the use of Steel Pens. It is gratifying to the...
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The improved coaster's guide, and Marine board examination, for the east ...

1844
...used, has been the construction of a Pen upon a principle entirely new, combining all the advantages of elasticity and fineness of the quill, with the durability of the metallic pen, and thus obviating the objections which have existed against the use of steel peas. The patentee is proud to...
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