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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 1922. 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.


  • Ettore Ripamonti becomes Aurora exclusive agent and published first catalog[1]
  • Bayard Panici Freres & Co is founded, they will produce the Bayard pens
  • Big Ben is founded by Niels Benzon in Copenhagen as Benzon Trading Company
  • Edacoto starts its fountain pen production
  • Gold Medal is founded by E. P. Marum in Chicago as The National Pen Product Company
  • Armando Simoni registers Officine Meccaniche di Precisione Simoni Armando


... further results


  • Patent DE-391847, applied in 1922, by Vatroslav Lederer, Penkala. Schreibstift mit Zuggetriebe.
  • Patent US-1479996, applied in 1922, by Gustav A. Lundmark, Unbranded. Combined fountain pen and lead pencil.
  • Patent US-1596722, applied in 1922, by George H. Doyle, Dunn. Cap for fountain pens.
  • Patent US-1473701, applied in 1922, by Byron B. Goldsmith, Unbranded. Inkstand for soluble ink.
  • Patent US-1569783, applied in 1922, by Eric G. Pearson, Eagle. Fountain pen.
  • Patent US-1551601, applied in 1922, by Frederick W. Heinzman, Swan. Magazine pencil.
  • Patent FR-574169, applied in 1922, by Herbert Gornell, Gold Starry. Perfectionnements apportés aux porte-plumes réservoirs ou stylographes.
  • Patent GB-207904, applied in 1922, by Herbert Gornell, Gold Starry. Improvements in, or relating to fountain pens.
  • Patent US-1551604, applied in 1922, by Lucifer J. Most, Swan. Magazine pencil.
  • Patent US-1506207, applied in 1922, by John C. Wahl, Wahl Eversharp. Fastening device to be used in connection with mechanical pencils, fountain pens, and the like.



  1. Aurora chronology, where not otherwise reported, refers to the book La storia della Aurora dal 1919 ai giorni nostri by Luca de Ponti.
  2. as the archive of the company was destroyed in 1942 after the bombing of their headquarters, many Columbus date are just guessed, referring more to a period than to a specific year, like the first or second half of a decade, or its mid the beginning or end; for more detail just look at chronology on the Columbus page.