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National Security

National Security is the name under which British Carbon Papers sold pens.  British Carbon Papers did not make pens, of course, but hired the work out to a variety of makers.  This practice began at some nebulous point in the 1920s and concluded with just as little documentation in the 1930s, which means that there is a pretty broad array of possible pens bearing the National Security label, in hard rubber and celluloid forms.

Models I’ve examined:

Alphabetically By Date
  •  c. 1920 – c. 1925 (at a guess)

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