World's first fountain pen Waterman! In 1883, Lewis Edison Waterman, an insurance agent in New York, was forced to invent a fountain pen that could be called a revolution in writing instruments when he broke an important contract due to a flawed ink pen. The Portsmouth Treaty of 1905 and the Waterman fountain of pure gold in 1919 were used in the Treaty of Versailles, and Charles Lindbergh chose Waterman as his only personal possessions at the time of the first transatlantic flight.
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