More Uniques While we’re on the subject, here are two more Uniques, made in Europe and quite late in the company’s history. Probably inexpensive pens – but what celluloid! With thanks to Peter Hinchliffe for photographs and information AdvertisementShare this:EmailPrintFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Is it just me or are the pens quite short?
I can’t really say. I haven’t handled them.
Both 13cm capped.
The first looks distinctly German. Do you know who the manufacturer was?
Both pens are imprinted Unique and Foreign. The lower pen is fitted with a steel nib marked Unique Made in England and the upper pen is fitted with a Dauer Feder Nib which I am sure is original. I agree that the upper pen certainly looks German and the nib also points us in that direction. Thanks again to Stephen Hull we do know that in the mid 1950s Peter Epstein was an apprentice at Reform Pen Co. in Heidelberg. So, a possible link there?