Aurora's production was relatively linear after its recovery with the Aurora 88 starting in 1949. Simply put, until the 1970s, it was 88s in their various incarnations, with usually a second line.
The first of these was the Duocart, which first appeared in 1963, one of the first cartridge fillers and perhaps the only one with two linked cartridges. After Aurora was acquired by the Verona family, their current proprietors, Aurora then produced the Auretta, the Reserva Magica, and the Hastil, each of which broke new design ground. In 1982, their innovation was the Marco Polo and the Magellano, slim cartridge filling pens of similar design, in a variety of finishes and quality levels. Their nibs are very similar to 88 nibs in appearance, but with less flex. Very attractive pens, easy to use and maintain.