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ROSEMARY ("That's for Remembrance") Fountain Pen.

Rosemary and National Security were the brand names of pens produced for, and marketed by, British Carbon Papers of Farringdon, London.
Many English manufacturers produced pens for British Carbon Papers including Conway Stewart, Lang Pen Co of Liverpool and Valentine Pen Co.

Rosemary ("That's for Remembrance") pens had been established in the mid 1920's. Good quality pens were produced bearing the Rosemary name, lever fillers and button fillers in a variety of patterns and colours including mottle and red ripple. They often had solid gold bands.

They are now scarce and good examples are sought after by collectors.


ROSEMARY ("That's for Remembrance") Fountain Pen.

This Rosemary fountain pen is almost certainly to have been produced by Conway Stewart. Please see 

MOTTLED Vulcanite or RED RIPPLE - clipless cap - wide 18ct Rolled Gold cap band stamped 18 Ct RG. 

Lever Filler - c1927 - measures 125mm capped. The barrel end is threaded for cap posting.

Barrel imprint is quite rubbed but can be read with a glass - 'The ROSEMARY That's for Remembrance.'

Correct 14ct Gold warranted nib.  Beautifully smooth MEDIUM nib. Super writer. Matching mottled section.

Lever filler - fully serviced and write tested - perfect working order.

Pen is in very good used condition - only blemish is slight bulging around the filling lever - no scratches or cracks. No personal engraving.

Lovely looking vintage Rosemary. 90 years old and very collectable.

Product Code: SN5536


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