Waterman World’s Smallest Pen Doll Vintage Pen

This is a 1910 Waterman – “World’s Smallest Pen” eyedropper-fill in Black Hard Rubber. Often called the “Doll Pen” because one rests in Queen Mary’s doll house, on the King’s Library Table. Just over 1.5″ long and less than 1/8″ in diameter, this pen was actually produced by Waterman as a way for their salesmen to spend time with potential new accounts. Their salesmen would visit a druggist, jeweler, shop owner, to try to open a new account. The buyer would inevitably say that they didn’t need a new pen line and were happy with what they had. The salesman would now offer to show them the “World’s Smallest Pen” as long as he was there (often alongside a Waterman 20!). This allowed more time and interaction together, and often resulted in a sale! Waterman then published in their in-house newspaper, Pen Prophet, that they would produce these for sale by their vendors as a special order item only. Near mint+, and extremely rare, especially in the original “coffin” box!

Check out our Catalog to view this item’s availability! Item #5 in Catalog #86.

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Waterman World’s Smallest Pen Doll Vintage Pen

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  1. David Orentraich
    Posted December 17, 2018 at 6:56 pm | Permalink

    Hello, I am from Uruguay and I have a vintage Kaweco pen…can you say me the price? Thank you!

    • Gary Lehrer
      Posted December 17, 2018 at 7:50 pm | Permalink

      Perhaps, if you can send a photo and let me know the length of the pen capped, as well as everything it might say on the barrel and nib which may be clues to the model number. Gary

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