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I also wish to thank the following persons for their past and present support and good advice:

David Shepherd
Francis Meinhardt
Daniel Zazove
Michael Fultz
Lynn Sorgatz
Andreas Lambrou
Lih-Tah Wong
David Nishimura
Frank Dubiel
David Isaacson
"Tsachi" Mitsenmacher
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Allan Tischler
Kim Paludan
Vincent Fatica
Jonathan Pollack
Susan Wirth
Tim Barker
Peter Sommer
Jon Rosenbaum
Claus Holten
Peter Wichert
Michael Weiss

And many people from the Parker pen Company/Sanford/Newell Rubbermaid:
Peter Sidall, former President of Parker Pens, who kindly allowed me to use Parker copyrighted logos and printed material on my site and also encouraged me in my work,
David Ruderman who courtesly agreed to let me in to the legendary Parker archives and who is a fountain of knowledge
Mary McCluskie, who pointed me in the right direction inside the archives and who's help has been invaluable..
Wendy Hammond, Fredrik Lundborg, Dorte Michaelsen of after sales

I also wish to extend a special thanks to L Graham Hogg, who's book 50 Years of the Parker Ball Pen practically is the sole source for my information about the Parker ball pens.

And I would also like to acknowledge the usage of the following written material:
Parker "51" by David and Mark Shepherd
Parker Duofold by David Shepherd and Daniel Zazove
Parker Vacumatic by David Shepherd, Dan Zazove and Geoffrey Parker
Fountain Pens Vintage and Modern
by Andreas Lambrou
Fountain Pens of the World by Andreas Lambrou
Pen World Magazine
The Pen Fancier's Magazine
The Writing Equipment Society Magazine (WES)
Fountain Pens and Pencils, The Golden Age of Writing Instruments by George Fischler and Stuart Schneider
Fountain Pens. A collector's guide... by Jonathan Steinberg
Collectable Fountain Pens by Glen Bowen
The 1992 Official P.F.C. Pen Guide by Cliff and Judy Lawrence
And also from pen-lists distributed by The Fountain Pen Hospital and Stuart Schneider
And many, many Parker Catalogues and other printed matter from the Parker Pen Company.