got these probably in the mid 90's. One of the early type of tilt pens
that wasn't connected to a location, but not as hip as having a "theme".
Not a great design, but still worth having in the collection.
once vital to the safety of our nation are now laid bare in this pen.
cow wanders into the "Meat Processing" building, and out comes
a hamburger. I'm not sure who created this one? The Beef Council, or
the Vegetarian Council? But I think it's a good example of the "into
the thing, out of the thing" float pen.
Day of the Dead
. . .
one came in right around the same time as baseball. The design is pretty
cool - the hands move across over the drum set. A good illustrating
point in the evolution of these things.
the same creator as the drums, it's easy to tell this person is a jazz
fan as well as a great float pen designer. Somewhere out there is a
pair of hands floating across piano keys.