1935

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This page contains the chronology for the year. We summarize in this page all the relevant events regarding fountain pens that happened in 1935. We also list, if present in our database, any patent applied in the year, and also the ads or document scans which publication date is in the same year.

Events

  • Böhler is founded by Hermann Böhler in Heidelberg
  • Camel is founded by Joseph Wustman in Orange, New Jersey
  • Columbus introduces the arrow clip (date approximate)
  • Summit introduces bigger nibs on top fountain pens
  • death of Giuseppe Tibaldi, direction passes to his nephew, Giorgio Schiassi

ADs

Patents

  • Patent US-2048127, applied in 1935, by Gabriel Larsen, Waterman. Fountain pen cap and clip.
  • Patent FR-786080, applied in 1935, Edacoto. Perfectionnements aux porte-mines automatiques.
  • Patent US-2087672, applied in 1935, by Gabriel Larsen, Henry N. Briechle, Waterman. Fountain pen.
  • Patent CH-194208, applied in 1935, by Kurt Fend, Fend. Wechselbleistift.
  • Patent DE-625889, applied in 1935, Kaweco. Tintenleiter fuer Fuellfederhalter.
  • Patent US-D095938, applied in 1935, by Milford G. Sypher, Chilton. Design for a fountain pen clip or similar article.
  • Patent US-D097681, applied in 1935, by Gabriel Larsen, Waterman. Design for an ink bottle.
  • Patent US-2030452, applied in 1935, by Russel B. Kingman, Camel. Soluble ink fountain pen.
  • Patent GB-454040, applied in 1935, by Andrew Stuart Horn, Unbranded. Improvements in or relating to Fountain or Reservoir Pens.
  • Patent US-2136290, applied in 1935, by Kurt Fend, Fend. Interchangeable lead pencil.
  • Patent CH-193646, applied in 1935, by Kurt Fend, Fend. Wechselbleistift.
  • Patent GB-478118, applied in 1935, by Kurt Fend, Fend. Improvements in and relating to magazine lead pencils with selectively interchangeable lead holders.
  • Patent FR-807275, applied in 1935, by Kurt Fend, Fend. Porte-mines multiple.
  • Patent GB-474736, applied in 1935, by Kurt Fend, Fend. Improvements in and relating to magazine lead pencils with selectively interchangeable lead holders.
  • Patent DE-652024, applied in 1935, by Kurt Fend, Fend. Wechselbleistift mit durch Schieber aus der Ruhestellung in eine Rast fuer die Gebrauchsstellung verschiebbaren Minentraegern.
  • Patent AT-149872, applied in 1935, Luxor. Füllfederhalter mit durch Schraubengetriebe bewegtem Saugkolben.
  • Patent US-2070461, applied in 1935, by Asahi Watanabe, Pilot. Piston fountain pen.
  • Patent GB-457212, applied in 1935, by William F. Johnson, Mentmore. Improvements in or relating to self-filling fountain pens.
  • Patent US-2105189, applied in 1935, by Benjamin W. Hanle, Eagle. Fountain pen.
  • Patent DE-652290, applied in 1935, Montblanc. Tintenbehälter aus Kunstmasse zum Füllen von Füllfederhaltern.
  • Patent US-2249004, applied in 1935, by David Kahn, Julius Kahn, Wearever. Method of and apparatus for treating thermoplastic tubes.
  • Patent US-D098255, applied in 1935, by David Kahn, Wearever. Design for a fountain pen and pencil clip.
  • Patent US-D100963, applied in 1935, by Edward F. Molyneux, Chilton. Design for a fountain pen or similar article.
  • Patent US-D100968, applied in 1935, by Edward F. Molyneux, Chilton. Design for a fountain pen or similar article.
  • Patent US-D100964, applied in 1935, by Edward F. Molyneux, Chilton. Design for a fountain pen or similar article.
  • Patent US-D100969, applied in 1935, by Edward F. Molyneux, Chilton. Design for a fountain pen or similar article.
  • Patent US-D100965, applied in 1935, by Edward F. Molyneux, Chilton. Design for a fountain pen or similar article.
  • Patent US-D100966, applied in 1935, by Edward F. Molyneux, Chilton. Design for a fountain pen or similar article.
  • Patent US-D100962, applied in 1935, by Edward F. Molyneux, Chilton. Design for a fountain pen or similar article.
  • Patent US-D100967, applied in 1935, by Edward F. Molyneux, Chilton. Design for a fountain pen or similar article.
  • Patent US-2151548, applied in 1935, by Robert Back, Wahl Eversharp. Decorative tubular article of pyroxylin or the like.
  • Patent US-2154103, applied in 1935, by Lucifer J. Most, Unbranded. Sheet stock and the manufacture of pen points.
  • Patent FR-811398, applied in 1935, Paillard. Flacon pour encre de chine et autres liquides.

Documents

Notes

  1. L. Jacopini in La storia della stilografica in Italia talks about 1938, but G. Fichera notes that the advertizements talks about the Regno d'Italia, so they must be before 1936.
  2. referring to the introduction of faceted models, probably the first to use this name.
  3. as indicated here.
  4. as reported by Richard Binder on this page who also reports a subsequent production, demonstrated by the presence of a model with a 1938 dating code.
  5. referring to the catalog showed in this discussion.