This is a collection of antique and vintage original ephemera (not reproductions) I have collected over the years. Limited quantities only.
Each kit consists of:
Includes a 1950's vintage Bullet Pencil that you can convert to a portable dip pen or travel paint brush. (random design)
Letterpressed postcard replica of a 1734 Philippine map titled Carta Hydrografica de las Islas Filipinas by Spanish cartographer Pedro Murillo Velarde. Printed using a 1950’s Adana letterpress with serial number U/1339.
1884 Railroad Invoice; 1910 Bank Note; 1920 Bank Check
more than 100pcs of assorted vintage postage stamps
more than 30pcs of assorted vintage tickets, receipts and ephemera and rare World War II Philippine postage stamps and Japanese-issued money.
Plus a surprise item!
1950's Vintage Bullet Pencil details:
Easily convertible into a portable dip pen or travel paint brush
Approximately 4 inches long and weighs 20 grams
Approximately 3/8 inch thick (10mm)
Comes with a pen clip
Bullet Pencil is more than 60 years old with color fading and wear and tear from age. A random bullet pencil will be included in your kit.
Comes with 1 free ferrule and 1 free vintage nibs. Insert can fit all types of nibs.
Watch this video tutorial by Leigh Reyes on how to convert this bullet pencil into a portable dip pen. Click here.