Pen Model: Eggens-Hambler
Eggens-Hambler was another of the minor New York City-based pen manufacturers of the 1920s. As noted by Richard Binder, Eggens and Hambler were early Waterman’s employees who left to start their own company. They made decent pens in black and orange hard rubber, and pens with overlays. The company disappeared from pendom in the early Depression years.