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68 Barclay St.
133 Monroe St. New York City 1931
Produced high quality eyedropper fill pens many with overlays. Later
moved onto medium quality lever fill pens. Produced some nice
oversized hard rubber pens, but the nibs seemed to be a little on
the small size. Production probably started at the turn of the
century and probably stopped in the early 30s. Models included the Pencil
Quill pen and the Never-Dull pencil.
B&H was a prolific maker of pens parts and sold to many pen
companies. They produced clips, sections, feeds and other parts. I
don't think they ever pushed hard to sell the pens under their own