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Bookseller and Stationer: a Chronological Index of Digitized Volumes

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The content of this page is reproduced from with the permission of its compiler, Mike Kennedy. (I have slightly reformatted the text.) I hope, as does he, that publication of indexes like this will aid in furthering the collection of knowledge about fountain pens and their history.

The following is Mike Kennedy’s original introduction to this index:

If you enjoy vintage pens and their history, then you are no stranger to researching obscure makes or narrowing down time lines or company histories. Having a chronologial directory of your research material makes it easier to trace the information you are seeking without having to wade through the same information over and over. As more and more publications are being digitized, it is becoming much easier to be a history sleuth. We do much of our research though Google Books and the Hathi Trust, and we have produced this index to make your research easier and more enjoyable.

Bookseller and Stationer

Bookseller and Stationer is a Canadian trade publication. While generally similar to American Stationer and Geyer’s Stationer, it contains more information on smaller companies. The volumes we have indexed are from the Thomas Fisher rare book collection, and they were digitized by the University of Toronto.

This index, while it is my own work, was inspired by the indexes of American Stationer and Geyer’s Stationer created by David Nishimura, who in turn was inspired by the work of George Kovalenko. While I was working, I came across a third publication, Bookseller and Stationer, that I found to be equally useful, and I indexed that publication as well. I have since learned that David has Bookseller and Stationer indexed as well.

Dates Volume No Links

1896 – 1897 XII & XIII (12 & 13)
1898 – 1899 XIV & XV (14 & 15)
Jan – Dec 1900 XVI (16)
Jan – Dec 1901 XVII (17)
Jan – Dec 1902 XVIII (18)
Jan – Dec 1903 XIX (19)
Jan – Dec 1904 XX (20)
Jan – Dec 1905 XXI (21)
Jan – Dec 1906 XXII (22)
Jan – Dec 1907 XXIII (23)
Jan – Dec 1908 XXIV (24)
Jan – Dec 1909 XXV (25)
Jan – Dec 1910 XXVI (26)
Jan – Dec 1911 XXVII (27)
Jan – Dec 1912 XXVIII (28)
Jan – Dec 1913 XXIX (29)
Jan – Dec 1914 XXX (30)
Jan – Dec 1915 XXIII (31)
Jan – Dec 1916 XXXII (32)
Jan – Dec 1917 XXXIII (33)
Jan – Dec 1918 XXXIV(34)
Jan – Dec 1919 XXXV (35)
Jan – Dec 1920 XXXVI (36)
Jan – Dec 1921 XXXVII (37)
Jan – Dec 1922 XXXVIII (38)

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The information in this article is as accurate as possible, but you should not take it as absolutely authoritative or complete. If you have additions or corrections to this page, please consider sharing them with us to improve the accuracy of our information.

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