Meteore 807

late 1940s

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Météore was an early manufacturer of fountain pens in France, with only partially defined roots during WWI. Like the other French makers of the day, they produced ebonite eyedroppers and safeties. Their pens were nice, of good quality, but generally not innovative. The Pullman 35, which appeared in 1932, had a sliding body, which disappeared into the cap, and a hinge on top of the cap to reveal the nib. In this it was a precursor to later capless pens. After WWII, Météore produced standard lever pens, the 300 series and 800 series. They failed in the late 1950s.

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