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    Default Mabie Todd Swan Visofil V111/59 (Archive Photos)



    Introduced in 1937, the Visofil held a lot of ink and this version was quite easy to service.



    Along with the Jackdaw, it introduced some exceptiona colour patterns. This is known as Italian Marble.



    Production was halted by bomb damage during the Blitz and it was not reintroduced. As a result it is uncommon and much sought after.
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    Default Re: Mabie Todd Swan Visofil V111/59 (Archive Photos)

    What city was Mabie-Todd production?

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    Default Re: Mabie Todd Swan Visofil V111/59 (Archive Photos)

    London. A large part of their production facilities were destroyed along with almost all of their archive.
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