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Sept. 20, 1938. C. FlORE 2,131,016 FOUNTAIN PEN Filed April 8, 1957 mwl?dumw E1 INVENTOR. ATTORNEY. Patented Sept. 20, 1938 2,131,016 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,131,016 FOUNTAIN PEN Casimir Fiore, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Ed ward Gumbel, Woodside, N. Y. Application April 8, 1937, Serial No. 135,680 1 Claim. My invention relates to improvements in foun tain pens, and more particularly, has reference to and is illustrated in the accompanying draw ing in its application to a pen in which dehy drated ink is carried so that by applying water the ink is formed and feeds to the pen much the same as in the more conventional form of foun tain pen in which the ink is applied as such. Referring to the accompanying drawing, I have 10 illustrated in Fig. 1, partly in longitudinal sec tion, a form of pen embodying an application of my invention, Fig. 2 is a cross-section thereof on the line 2-2 of Fig. 1, Fig. 3 is a plan view of one of the heads dividing the inner chamber, Fig. 4 a plan view of one form of partition, Fig. 5 a similar view ‘showing a modi?cation, Fig. 6 a cross-sectional view of a pen with a modi?ed arrangement of partition, Fig. '7 a plan View of another form of partition, and Fig. 8 a suitable 20 form of frame as applied in Fig. 6. 9 indicates the body of the pen and 10 an end section which may be screwed off from the threads indicated at II to expose the rubber bulb 12. In the center of the pen the two heads 25 l3, M are provided, having cut-away portions 15, and may be provided with a slot 16 for turn ing the same by a screw-driver or other suitable means. Between these heads may be secured the , partition I‘! such as shown in Fig. 4 or the form 30 shown at 18 in Fig. 7. In the form shown in Fig. 4 the partition is recessed at opposite ends as indicated at I 9, l9’, and in the form shown in Fig. 7 is kerfed as indicated at 20, 20', so that in either case the dehydrated ink 2| at one side of the partition is taken up‘ in solution by water 22 at the other side of the partition. In order to charge the pen after the dehydrated ink has been interposed therein, the usual form of screw cap 22’ is ?rst removed and the pen 40 may be dipped into Water after the bulb 12 has been pinched between the ?ngers. By releas (Cl. 120-42) ing the bulb now the water is drawn up through the pen and through the openings l5, 15’, re maining in the chamber 22, where by coming in contact with the dehydrated ink through the openings l9, 19’ or 20, 20', as the case may be, the 5 ink thus formed feeds directly to the pen point in the usual manner. In the modi?cation shown in Figs. 6 and 8 a pair of rubber frames 23, 23’ may be provided with an intervening coarse porous plate 24, so that the dehydrated ink at one side of the plate passes through into the water when moistened, and thus provides the necessary writing fluid in stead of passing through openings such as 19 or 20. Also, as another modi?cation a partition 25 may be employed similar in design to the parti 15, tion l1, and a suitable wicklike or felt ?ller 26, 26' may be secured in the ends of the same to al low the ink to ?lter through the same slowly as required in writing, the object being to form 20 the ink slowly from its dehydrated form as re quired, and so that when the water is exhausted and no ink is available, by simply drawing up additional water, new ink is formed thereby, and of course a suitable pocket clip such as 2'! may be employed in the usual manner. In fact, new modi?cations may be made in the construction and arrangement of parts Without departing from the spirit of the invention as claimed. 30 I claim: In a pen of the character described, a partition in the barrel thereof cut away at both ends, a screw threaded disc in said barrel againstthe lower ends of said partition and a hole through . said disc, ?llers in the cut away portions of said partition, ink producing sticks in the chamber formed between said partition and the barrel of said pen, and water at the opposite side of said partition. 40 CASIM'IR FIORE.