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Burnham

 

Formed in the early 1920's by Harry Burnham this Fine English manufacturer 

produced some Well made yet inexpensive pens.

Throughout it's history Burnham constantly competed with Conway Stewart and is best known for high quality Red Ripple pens of the 30's and beautiful Marble effect plastic pens of the 40's and 50's

The Company ceased trading in the mid 1960's

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Burnham 59 in Gold Lined Pearl Green Marble with gold fill trim Burnham 59 in Gold Lined Pearl Green Marble with gold fill trim. Nr MINT. Fitted with the original 14kt medium tipped nib.  c1952 50  
Scarce Burnham Chatswoth Pen in gold lined fern green Burnham Chatsworth pen in Gold Lined Fern Green Marble with gold fill trim. Nr MINT. Fitted with the original medium tipped nib c1952 60  
Number 55 in Black Lined Pearl Grey No. 55 in Black  Lined Grey Marble. In Mint condition.  Fitted with the original medium tipped nib

c1958

45

Early Burnham in Gold Lined Grey and Fern Green Marble Beautiful full size Early Burnham in Gold Lined Fern Green and Grey Marble. MINT. Fitted with the original 14kt Gold Medium tipped Nib c1947 55  
Number 54 in Swirl Grey Marble Number 54 in Swirl Grey Marble in Gold fill trim. Mint condition. Fitted with the original 14kt medium tipped nib

c1950

50

 

Number 54 in Gold Lined Fern Green Marble Number 54 in Gold Lined Fern Green Marble with gold fill trim. In mint condition. Fitted with the original 14kt medium tipped nib c1950

50

 

Number 48 in Gold Lined Grey and Green Marble No. 48 in Gold Lined Grey and Green Marble  with gold filled trim. In Nr Mint condition. Fitted with the original medium tipped nib c1952

48

 

Number 51 in Gold Lined Grey and Green Marble No. 51 in Gold Lined Grey and Green Marble with gold filled trim. In Mint condition. Fitted with the original medium tipped 14kt gold nib c1952

45

 

Number 51 in Gold Lined Burgundy and Grey Marble No. 51 in Gold Lined Burgundy and Grey Marble with gold filled trim. In Mint condition. Fitted with the original medium tipped 14kt gold nib c1952

45

 

Number 51 in Black Lined Fern Green Marble No. 51 in Black Lined Fern Green  Marble with gold filled trim. In Mint condition. Fitted with the original medium tipped 14kt gold nib c1952

45

 

Number 51 in Gold Lined Burgundy Pearl Marble No. 51 in Gold Lined Burgundy Pearl  with gold filled trim. In Mint condition. Fitted with the original medium tipped 14kt gold nib c1952

55

 

Number 51 in Gold Lined Pearl Blue No. 51 in Gold Lined Pearl Blue  with gold filled trim. In Mint condition. Fitted with the original medium tipped 14kt gold nib c1952

45

 

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Early Bunham Pencil in Black Lined Green Marble Nr MINT

20  
Beautiful Burnham pencil in Pearl Silver and Black Marble. In perfect condition. Un marked by made by Burnham

15

 

Scarce Late Burnham Pencil Crimson with Gold Filled Cap.  MINT

 

12

 

Scarce Late Burnham Pencil Black with Gold Filled Cap.  MINT 12

 

Scarce Late Burnham Pencil Green with Gold Filled Cap.  MINT

12

 

 

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