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With the death of its founder, occurred in 1917, the leadership passed to his sons, but at that time company's preminence in the market was only memory. In 1925 Holland, following all other producers, converted production to celluloid. The pens of that period were substantially similar to those produced by other minor companies, but there are some original models, made with mother of pearl inserts, named Jewel Pen, using the name of the nib. The company still continued to use hard rubber mixing it with celluloid; there are pens produced with cap head and barrel end in hard rubber, where barrel and body are celluloid, or vice versa.