Carter's

ITEM #5139: LARGE RED CARTER'S UTILITY PENCIL. Made by Dewitt LaFrance FOR CARTER's. Mechanism works fine and uses .046" (1.1mm).This was an advertising pencil, given out by the Lincoln Drug Company.

$65

CARTER'S LaFRANCE UTILITY PENCIL IN REDCARTER'S LaFRANCE UTILITY PENCIL IN RED

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ITEM #4318: CARTER's INX DESK BASE SOCKET IN BLACK.  Screwed into gold filled swivel with spring, washer, and nut attached. No cracks, chips, or brassing.

$50

CARTER'S INX DESK BASE SOCKETCARTER'S INX DESK BASE SOCKET

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ITEM #2432: CARTER'S 2223 INX FOUNTAIN PEN. Black with red upper cap band and Carter's INX Medium nib. 5 1/8" with cap on and .473" diameter @ cap band. Crisp imprint. "2223" ON END OF BARREL WITH A STAR UNDER IT.

$110 SOLD sold SOLD sold

CARTER'S 2223 INX FOUNTAIN PEN

BLACK CARTER'S INX FOUNTAIN PEN

 

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ITEM #3909: CARTER'S INX PEARL & BLACK FOUNTAIN PEN. Lever filler with fine nib.

$175 SOLD AMERICAN!!!

CARTERs INX PEARL and BLACK  FOUNTAIN PEN

CARTERs INX PEN RESTORED

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ITEM #4016: A STRIKING RED AND BLACK MOTTLED CARTER'S IN BEAUTIFUL CONDITION.  Crisp imprint : "CARTER'S PATENTED THE CARTER'S INK CO. BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO". FINE CARTER INX PEN NIB.No brassing or cracks. Tests at .9cc capacity, 5" long with cap screwed on, .472" DIA.

$200 sold SOLD sold SOLD

CARTER'S RED / BLACK INX PEN

CARTER'S MOTTLED INX PEN

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$xxx

 

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