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Henry C. Stephens, of Stamford Street, London, writing fluids / inks
  
Stamford Street, London.
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By 1967 owned [[Waterman Pen Co|Watermans pens]]. The Equity Corporation of American owned 68 percent of the ordinary shares. The company was making substantial losses.
  
Writing fluids / inks
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1967 Acquired by [[Royal Sovereign Pencil Co]]<ref>The Times May 26, 1967 </ref>
  
 
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Henry C. Stephens, of Stamford Street, London, writing fluids / inks

By 1967 owned Watermans pens. The Equity Corporation of American owned 68 percent of the ordinary shares. The company was making substantial losses.

1967 Acquired by Royal Sovereign Pencil Co[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times May 26, 1967