Old Newton-Stoakes #5 Ink Dip Pen - Light Handle

Old Newton-Stoakes #5 Ink Dip Pen - Light Handle

This vintage ink pen is marked Newton - Stoakes on lacquered wood handle which a deep purple color. I believe the Newton-Stoakes company the was merger of the Newton Automatic Shading Pen Co. of Michigan and the J.W. Stoakes company of Ohio. This pen has a fairly wide nib with several tiny grooves across the middle section of the top edge. The nib is brass in color and is marked on both sides; The 5 Newton. It could be used for calligraphy, sign or poster lettering or other ornamental writing, although I don't know the actual concept of the unusual toothed tip. It has a cross hatched brass colored ferrule to keep it from slipping in your hand. I believe this is from the late 1800's or early 1900's. I have another #5 pen listed but it may be from a different series or something since the grooves are in a different location.

The nib measures about ½" wide and the grooved portion is about ¼" wide. The overall pen measures about 7 5/8" long. It is in good condition with minor wear and discoloration to the nib.

The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.

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Item ID: 17136


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Old Newton-Stoakes #5 Ink Dip Pen - Light Handle

Old Newton-Stoakes #5 Ink Dip Pen - Light Handle
Old Newton-Stoakes #5 Ink Dip Pen - Light Handle
Old Newton-Stoakes #5 Ink Dip Pen - Light Handle
Old Newton-Stoakes #5 Ink Dip Pen - Light Handle
Old Newton-Stoakes #5 Ink Dip Pen - Light Handle
Old Newton-Stoakes #5 Ink Dip Pen - Light Handle

Old Newton-Stoakes #5 Ink Dip Pen - Light Handle

This vintage ink pen is marked Newton - Stoakes on lacquered wood handle which a deep purple color. I believe the Newton-Stoakes company the was merger of the Newton Automatic Shading Pen Co. of Michigan and the J.W. Stoakes company of Ohio. This pen has a fairly wide nib with several tiny grooves across the middle section of the top edge. The nib is brass in color and is marked on both sides; The 5 Newton. It could be used for calligraphy, sign or poster lettering or other ornamental writing, although I don't know the actual concept of the unusual toothed tip. It has a cross hatched brass colored ferrule to keep it from slipping in your hand. I believe this is from the late 1800's or early 1900's. I have another #5 pen listed but it may be from a different series or something since the grooves are in a different location.

The nib measures about ½" wide and the grooved portion is about ¼" wide. The overall pen measures about 7 5/8" long. It is in good condition with minor wear and discoloration to the nib.

The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.

Don't forget to check out the other collectible and vintage pens in our shop including advertising ones!

This will be shipped by USPS First Class Mail. Foreign shipping will be determined by the receiving country. Please read our home page regarding payment options and shipping policies. Thank you.

Item ID: 17136


We'll always do our best to keep your shipping costs down

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