Posts tagged Stationery
Posts tagged Stationery
Smith-Corona typewriter advertisement—Seventeen Magazine, December 1964 (scanned by weirdvintage)
1957 Remington Rand Typewriter Christmas Advertising National Geographic December 1957
Vintage ad: Remington.
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23 November to 21 December
Gifted and used by people of good taste!
On this sign many of the most creative spirits were born. Endowed with a prodigious imagination and revolutionary capacity they worship the truth. Parker pens’ quality is without a doubt ideal for those born under this sign. You will find at your disposal a wide variety of pens, ballpoints and pencils of this brand sold at the houses of the speciality.
A Parker Pen Company product
Makers of the most coveted pens in the world”
O Século Ilustrado, Nº 409, 1945
"Work made easy in a modern office!
Dixi adding machines Adition, subtraction, multiplication
They increase the staff’s working ability, avoid accounting’s mistakes, make easier and develop your business. It’s in your own interest, if you still don’t know about these machines, to allow us to send you one as a trial, without any commitment to buy it.”
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“Can be filled in a minute
Ink Pen Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pen, with a lever and pocket automatic repletion.
There are three types of Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pens. With pocket automatic repletion, with a lever, safety and regular. One can obtain them in stationery stores and jewellery stores.
This fine pen is the best and simplest of automatic pens made to date. In order to fill it with ink all one must do is lift the lever, submerge the point in ink and lower the lever. It writes perfectly. One can aquire the most suitable point, and the iridium point, with gold beaks can last a life time if used with care. Always ask for the genuine Waterman’s Ideal - the best pen in the world.
L. G. Sloan, Ltd., London, England”
Dixon Ticonderoga Pencils, 1950 on Flickr.
Scanned from Taschen’s “All-American Ads 50s”.
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“Mary had a little friend
Besides the lamb you know,
And everywhere that Mary went
This other friend would go.
She carried it to class each day
Along with books and rule.
And so did all the other kids
Who went to Mary’s school.
At home, she saw it all the time
For it was loved by Mother.
And Daddy’s office had it, too,
For he would use no other.
Ticonderoga is this friend,
A Pencil without master.
Its rounded edges, LeadFast point,
Make writing smoother, faster.
Ticonderoga’s famous name
Is double exciting.
It added much to history
And to the ease of writing.
The Nation’s First Pencil
- now with gleaming metal tip!”
Ilustração, No. 6, March 16 1926 - 42a on Flickr.
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“A cleaner handwriting
Try a mystery BIC!
No smudges or flaws, right to the last word!
It’s the big novelty of the new BIC poli-glace pen, in tungsteen carborate.
It doesn’t wear off and even assures a rigorously constant flow of ink right to the end.
Discover the new BIC, for just 9$00
BIC new sphere”
~ F. W. Woolworth Co., 1953
via Vintage Ads Live Journal
"Jack-Knife Pencil Case: Schoolboy’s joy!"