Translations:Eversharp/31/en

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Chronology

Year Event
1905 Wahl Adding Machine Co. is founded, is the origin of the company
1914 the company enter the writing instrument market producing the Eversharp pencil
1914 the company is founded by John C. Wahl in Chicago as The Wahl Company
1917 Eversharp acquire the Boston Fountain Pen Company
1917 the company introduces the Tempoint
1921 the company introduces the Wahl Engine Turned
1922 the company retires the Tempoint
1923 the company introduces the Signature
1923 the company remove PAT. APPL'D FOR stamp on the Wahl Engine Turned
1926 the company introduces the Rosewood hard rubber (???)
1927 the company introduces celluloid models in the Jade Green, Lapis Blue and Coral Red colours
1928 the company introduces the Gold Seal mark for life warranty
1928 the company introduces the Deco Band
1928 the company introduces the Personal Point changeable nibs
1929 the company introduces the Equipoised
1929 the company retires the Wahl Engine Turned
1930 the company introduces the Brasilian Green celluloid
1931 the company introduces the Doric
1931 the company introduces the Oxford sub-brand
1932 the company retires the Equipoised
1932 the company retires the Deco Band
1932 the company introduces the Adjustable Point nibs
1933 the company produce some Bantam with the Century of Progress Exhibition mark
1934 the company patents (nº US-1980159) the Adjustable Point nib
1935 the company introduces the plunger filler
1935 the company introduces the Doric second version
1935 the company introduces the Round Vacuum Model[1]
1936 the company introduces the Coronet
1936 the company introduces the Ink Shut-off
1938 the company introduces the Pacemaker
1938 the company introduces the Air-lite
1938 the company introduces the Airliner the new top tier Doric variant
1940 the company retires the Bantam
1940 the company register the patent (nº US-2255093) for the Magic Feed
1940 the Wahl Company Co. and Eversharp Inc. are fused into Eversharp Inc.
1941 the company retires the Pacemaker
1941 the company retires the Air-lite
1941 the company retires the Oxford line
1941 the company introduces the Skyline
1941 the company retires the Doric
1941 the company retires the Coronet
1943 the company introduces the Fifth Avenue
1945 the company introduces the CA ballpoint pens starts appearing in the USA market
1946 the company retires the Fifth Avenue
1948 the company introduces the Symphony designed by Raymond Loewy
1948 the company introduces the Envoy
1948 the company retires the Skyline
1949 the company introduces second generation Symphony
1951 the company introduces third generation Symphony
1951 the company introduces the economic versions of Symphony
1953 the company introduces the Ventura
1953 the company retires the Symphony
1953 the company retires the Envoy
1957 the Eversharp writing instrument division is sold to Parker
  1. referring to the catalog showed in this discussion.