1930

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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 1930. 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

  • Ancora introduces celluloid models (guess date)
  • Cross introduces an enamelled bands fountain pen pairing with pencils
  • Lamy is founded by Joseph C. Lamy in Heidelberg as Orthos Fullhalterfabrik C. J. Lamy
  • Mastilo is founded by Ubaldo Massari in Torino
  • Morans is founded by Anselmo Mora in Firenze
  • Parker retires from Osmia and the Osmia GmbH is founded
  • Scriba is founded by A. Dalla Porta in Verona
  • Titania is founded by Giorgio Fornello in Settimo Torinese
  • the company Rag. D. Capra takes over from Carlo Drisaldi as the Italian agent of Waterman[2]
  • Zemax is founded by Massimiliano Zeme in Sesto Calende

ADs

Patents

  • Patent GB-345712, applied in 1930, Swan. Improvements in propelling pencils.
  • Patent FR-693093, applied in 1930, Swan. Perfectionnements aux porte-mines.
  • Patent US-1863061, applied in 1930, by Gabriel Larsen, Waterman. Receptacle for pen points provided with dark bands.
  • Patent US-D081248, applied in 1930, by Gabriel Larsen, Waterman. Design for a fountain pen.
  • Patent GB-348036, applied in 1930, by Frederik G. Heard, Swan. Improvements in or relating to fountain pens.
  • Patent US-1822166, applied in 1930, by Lucifer J. Most, Swan. Fountain pen cap.
  • Patent US-1886307, applied in 1930, by Salomon M. Sager, Sager. Fountain pen section.
  • Patent US-D082897, applied in 1930, by Louis Morrison, Morrison. Design for a fountain pen or similar article.
  • Patent US-1868257, applied in 1930, by Salomon M. Sager, Sager. Fountain pen.
  • Patent US-D082341, applied in 1930, by Louis Morrison, Morrison. Design for a clip for a fountain pen or similar article.
  • Patent FR-695784, applied in 1930, Edacoto. Perfectionnements aux porte-mines à alimentation automatique.
  • Patent US-1923269, applied in 1930, by Gabriel Larsen, Waterman. Fastening clip for fountain pens, pencils, and the like and attaching means therefor.
  • Patent FR-711982, applied in 1930, by Yves Zuber, Stylomine. Perfectionnement aux porte-mine automatiques.
  • Patent US-1822167, applied in 1930, by Lucifer J. Most, Swan. Fountain pen cap.
  • Patent FR-696838, applied in 1930, Paillard. Perfectionnements aux supports de bureau pour porte-plume.
  • Patent GB-374274, applied in 1930, by Yves Zuber, Stylomine. Improvements in or relating to reservoir pens.
  • Patent FR-712327, applied in 1930, by Yves Zuber, Stylomine. Nouveaux porte-plumes à réservoir.
  • Patent GB-347540, applied in 1930, by Karl Fend, Fend. A magazine pencil.
  • Patent DE-560539, applied in 1930, by Firme G. Rau, Unbranded. Verfahren zur Herstellung von Taschenklammern, insbesondere fuer Fuellhalter.
  • Patent GB-360918, applied in 1930, by Edward G. Knight, De La Rue - Onoto. Improvements in or relating to means for attaching clips to fountain pen caps and the like.
  • Patent US-1882644, applied in 1930, by Louis H. Juster, Waterman. Feed for fountain pens.
  • Patent US-1822168, applied in 1930, by Lucifer J. Most, Swan. Combination pocket and desk set fountain pen.
  • Patent FR-719763, applied in 1930, by Yves Zuber, Stylomine. Perfectionnement aux porte-mine.
  • Patent GB-359200, applied in 1930, Swan. Improved fountain pen.
  • Patent FR-728038, applied in 1930, by Mirko Chelazzi, Dino Frulli, Zerollo. Porte-plume à réservoir à plumes jumelées.
  • Patent US-1893130, applied in 1930, by Mirko Chelazzi, Dino Frulli, Zerollo. Fountain pen.
  • Patent GB-397736, applied in 1930, by Mirko Chelazzi, Dino Frulli, Zerollo. Improvements in and relating to twin fountain pens.
  • Patent US-D080609, applied in 1930, by Harry Esterow, Unbranded. Design for a pen and pencil clip.
  • Patent US-D083673, applied in 1930, by Harry Esterow, Unbranded. Design for a fountain-pen clip or similar article.

Documents

Notes

  1. All-American models are shown in the 1930-31 Conklin catalog.
  2. the date is taken from the change of name that took place on the monthly advertisements on the Illustrazione Italiana in mid-September 1930.