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Harrison's Columbian Ink, 8-Sided, Green, 4 inch.image courtesy of Norman C. Heckler & Company

image courtesy of Norman C.

Glass ink bottle, Houndhill, Worsbrough  BMBC.TH.1330  Photo © Norman Taylor

Glass ink bottle, Houndhill, Worsbrough BMBC.TH.1330 Photo © Norman Taylor

JS Dunham St Louis M, 12-Sided, Aquamarine, 2 inch A J. S. Dunham St Louis M 12-sided ink bottle in brilliant aquamarine; image courtesy of Norman C. Heckler & Co.

JS Dunham St Louis M, Aquamarine, 2 inch A J. Dunham St Louis M ink bottle in brilliant aquamarine; image courtesy of Norman C. Heckler & Co.

J GundryCincinnati, Umbrella, 12-Sided, Aquamarine, 3 inch.A J. Gundry Cincinnati 12-sided umbrella form ink bottle in aquamarine; image courtesy of Norman C. Heckler & Co.

J GundryCincinnati, Umbrella, Aquamarine, 3 inch. Gundry Cincinnati umbrella form ink bottle in aquamarine; image courtesy of Norman C. Heckler & Co.

Norman Rockwell close-up. Note dip pen and ink bottle. These pens were used right up to the 1950s.

Norman Rockwell close-up. Note dip pen and ink bottle. These pens were used right up to the

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THE LEGEND OF SAILOR JERRY

vintage tattoos tattoo retro ink pin up ship old school anchor mermaid tattoo flash traditional Tattoo artist sailor jerry Norman Keith Collins

Umbrella ink bottle, America, 1840 to 1860. Octagonal umbrella form

SMason & Co, Umbrella, BlueGreen, 2 inch A James S Mason & Co octagonal umbrella ink bottle in bright bluish green; image courtesy of Norman C. Heckler & Co.

Noodler's Concord Bream (For some intriguing reason,I think of a Norman Rockwell painting...) http://www.gouletpens.com/N19043/p/N19043

Noodler's Concord Bream (3oz Bottled Ink)

A stained postcard postmarked December 6, 1912. When the postcard was eventually sent to the recipient, it was accompanied by a note from the postmaster that explained it has been "soiled by fluid put into letter box by Suffragettes." (Collection: Norman Watson)

You’ve Got Mail Bombs: Tracking Down the Most Dangerous Letters in the World

A stained postcard postmarked December In 1912 and the British Suffragettes launched a campaign of pouring bottles of ink or potassium permanganate into London mailboxes, which left letters and parcels covered with deep purple splotches.

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