Lights, music, action...float!

Franz Kafka
The wonderful Ann-Marie bought us this back from Prague - We LOVE this pen - what a find, an instant favourite! Thank you. (Pen 2094, Drawer 51)




Paddington - London Sights
(Pen 365, Drawer 51)



Paddington Bear - Paddington Station
(Pen 366, Drawer 51)



Droopy
(Pen 529, Drawer 75)



Tom and Jerry
Jerry and his cheese float into his mouse hole - leaving Tom stuck on the left of the pen. Because domestic violence is never funny (Pen 530, Drawer 75)



Wile E Coyote
He'll never catch that bird - even in a shiny new C-clip pen! (Pen 531, Drawer 75)



Astro Boy
(Pen 543, Drawer 75)



Elvis - gold
(Pen 533, Drawer 86)



Mamma Mia
With its shiny metallic body, it’s a real Super Trouper (Pen 534, Drawer 86)



Hound Dog
(Pen 535, Drawer 86)



Betty Boop - leprachaun
(Pen 532, Drawer 52)



Betty Boop - champagne
(Pen 536, Drawer 52)



Betty Boop - ocean
(Pen 537, Drawer 52)



Betty Boop
(Pen 541, Drawer 52)



Betty Boop - car
(Pen 548, Drawer 52)



Star Trek
He'll never catch that bird - even in a shiny new C-clip pen! (Pen 545, Drawer 75)



Summer Holiday The Musical
A lovely old Routemaster double decker - I can almost hear Cliff Richard singing! (Pen 546, Drawer 75)



Yellow submarine - updated with bubbles in background
(Pen 547, Drawer 86)



Harry Potter
Made for Marks and Spencers and only available in the UK. Harry levitates towards the evil slytherin serpant. (Pen 544, Drawer 75)



Liberace Museum
Identical to our blooper pen 77, but this time with the hands the correct way round (Pen 2044, Drawer 86)




Universal Studios (Jaws)
(Pen 2584, Drawer 75)




Arabic Sesame Street?
(Pen 2575, Drawer 75)




Movieland Wax Museum Buena Park, CA (movie stars)
(Pen 2504, Drawer 75)




Burlesque Hall of Fame, Lili St. Cyr
Lili St. Cyr, dress falls, revealing lingerie (Lili was a high class American burlesque artist from the 1940s to the 1970s) (Pen 2403, Drawer 52)




Otto's Ottifanten
A very cute German character (Pen 2386, Drawer 52)




The midnight ride of Paul Revere, April 18-19 1775
Like pen1053 but with yellow back and white bridge (Pen 2318, Drawer 130)




Hands on Piano (Albert Elovitz 1994)
Aahh, the mysterious pens with no writing except the teeny weeny copyright details - you have to look very closely to see that these pens are different! (Pen 2309, Drawer 130)




Mozart, Bach, Beethoven, Schubert, Chopin, Tchaikovsky
(Pen 2223, Drawer 86)




Beethoven
(Pen 2221, Drawer 86)




Mozart, Mozarthous Vienna printed on barrel
(Pen 2220, Drawer 17)




Mozart
(Pen 2219, Drawer 86)




Lee Evans Roadrunner
Lee Evans stars in one of my all time favourite films, the 1995 "Funny Bones". I have never met anyone else who has seen it. You do not know how frustrating it is not to be able to share it with anyone. Not even Russell has watched it. Please, if anyone else has seen it, please get in touch - tell me that I am not some weirdo liking an obscure film that nobody other than the critics have seen. How nice of Lee to produce a floaty pen for his Roadrunner tour! This in part makes up for the sense of isolation I feel about that movie. (Pen 2185, Drawer 52)




The Lion King
It's the circle of life - in a pen (Pen 2179, Drawer 118)




The Jungle Book
Everyone sing along: "Now, I'm the king of the swingers, whoa, The jungle V.I.P. I've reached the top and had to stop, And that's what's botherin' me, I wanna be a man, Man Cub, And stroll right into town, And be just like the other men, I'm tired of monkeyin' around." (Pen 2163, Drawer 118)




Home of Mark Twain Hannibal Missouri
Another corker from Jennifer (Pen 2068, Drawer 124)




The Adventures of HUCKLEBERRY FINN by MARK TWAIN
The great American novel, in a pen - Thanks Jennifer (Pen 2048, Drawer 51)




Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie in "The Tourist"
The consensus on Rotten Tomatoes states "The scenery and the stars are undeniably beautiful, but they can't make up for The Tourist's slow, muddled plot, or the lack of chemistry between Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie." - However, we think this is a pretty amazing pen! (Pen 1954, Drawer 75)



Sarah Millican
(Pen 1860, Drawer 52)



Graceland (with Elvis)
Jennifer, your floaty pen scouting is amazing! (Pen 1818, Drawer 124)




Loving you
Jennifer, your floaty pen scouting is amazing! (Pen 1817, Drawer 75)



It's a wimpy wonderland!
(Pen 1776, Drawer 51)



Abbey Road (with barrel printed)
(Pen 1747, Drawer 18)



Diddl, flying carpet
(Pen 1738, Drawer 75)



Diddl
(Pen 1726, Drawer 75)



Oct. 20 1977 6:42pm
At 6:42 PM on October 20, 1977, the pilot of Lynyrd Skynyrd's chartered Convair 240 airplane radioed that the craft was dangerously low on fuel. Less than ten minutes later, the plane crashed into a densely wooded thicket, cutting a 500 foot path through the swamp near McComb, Mississippi. The plane had left Greenville, South Carolina enroute to Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge. Ronnie VanZant, Steve Gaines, his sister Cassie Gaines, their assistant road manager Dean Kilpatrick and the pilots, Walter McCreary and William Gray were all killed. Gary Rossington, Allen Collins, Billy Powell, Leon Wilkeson were seriously injured but eventually recovered. In 1990, Allen Collins died of complications from pneumonia. In 2001, Leon Wilkeson past away in his sleep.(Pen 1679, Drawer 86)



Star Wars,R2D2
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1621, Drawer 105)



Star Wars, Darth Vadar
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1620, Drawer 105)



Star Wars, Yoda
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1619, Drawer 105)



Star Wars, C3PO
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1618, Drawer 105)



Doctor Who - Red Dalek
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1617, Drawer 105)



Doctor Who - Cyberman
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1616, Drawer 105)



Doctor Who - Tardis
It may not be Danish, but it is a beautifuly made Wesco from China (Pen 1615, Drawer 105)



Wallace and Gromit
"That's the spirit Lad!" A lovely pen - it's supposed to be a spirit level so the bubble is intentional! This pen is definitely not Danish, but could be manufactured by Wesco, China. Produced by Rainbow Designs. (Pen 1614, Drawer 105)



Klovn (zulu)
(Pen 1522, Drawer 52)



Moomin
(Pen 1521, Drawer 52)



Frank Kafka
(Pen 1518, Drawer 30)



The Muppets
(Pen 1517, Drawer 52)



The Beatles Story, faces
(Pen 1516, Drawer 86)



Britney Spears
(Pen 1515, Drawer 86)



Baba Papa
(Pen 1514, Drawer 51)



Michelle Obama, First Lady
As glamarous as the lady herself (Pen 1419, Drawer 85)



Barack Obama, 44th president of the United States
A tiny Barack that I can keep in my pocket (Pen 1418, Drawer 85)



Horrible Histories
Bought at the Cabinet War Rooms, London (Pen 1415, Drawer 51)



Bart Simpson
Also starring Santa's Little Helper (Pen 1411, Drawer 52)



The Sherlock Holmes Museum
221b Baker Street, London (Pen 1382, Drawer 69)



Homer, Tip 'n' Strip
Mmmm…donuts….make you look like this! (Pen 1336, Drawer 75)



Marge Simpson
Her hair grows, to reveal all sorts of objects living in it! (Pen 1323, Drawer 75)



Pope John Paul II
His Holiness rises above The Vatican, and then gently floats back down again (Pen 1312, Drawer 65)



Mama Mia (with copyright)
(Pen 1301, Drawer 100)



orkenens sonner
(Pen 1263, Drawer 86)



Fakiren fra Bilbao
(Pen 1195, Drawer 75)



The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, 1775
(Pen 1053, Drawer 52)



Gullivers
(Pen 966, Drawer 40)



The Beatles Story
(Pen 965, Drawer 86)



Alice's Shop, Oxford
(Pen 959, Drawer 117)



ABC News
(Pen 787, Drawer 134)




Sherlock Holmes
(Pen 740, Drawer 18)



Beatles Abbey Road
(Pen 737, Drawer 18)



Freud Museum
(Pen 736, Drawer 69)



The Beatles Yellow Submarine
(Pen 553, Drawer 86)



Terminator 2
A fabulous metalic image, but very difficult to scan (Pen 552, Drawer 75)



HBO 1997
Escape to New York? (Pen 551, Drawer 75)



Star Wars Insider
This Landspeeder floaty pen was only available to members of the US based Star Wars fan club. I won it on e-bay for 2 pounds. There was no photograph, so it was a gamble, which luckily paid off.(Pen 550, Drawer 75)



Batman
Our first pen won at auction. It is dated 1989. Batman slides up and down, chasing after his car, with his cape billowing in the background. (Pen 549, Drawer 75)



Bizet Carmen
(Pen 542, Drawer 86)



The Indian in the Cupboard
(Pen 540, Drawer 75)



All Shook Up
(Pen 539, Drawer 86)



Elvis impersonators
Seven Elvis impersonators squeezed into one pen. (Pen 538, Drawer 86)



Turner Classic Movies
A very dark pen - I know there is a King Kong in there somewhere! (Pen 528, Drawer 75)



Roy Rogers and Trigger
We found the Roy Rogers museum on the internet, and the wonderful people there were kind enough to send me this. Roy Rogers rides Trigger past a fort, with a lovely tree in the foreground. (Pen 527, Drawer 75)



H C Anderson - Soldier
(Pen 375, Drawer 51)



H C Anderson - Mermaid
(Pen 374, Drawer 51)



H C Anderson - Chimney sweep
(Pen 373, Drawer 51)



Jack and Jill went up the hill
(Pen 372, Drawer 51)



H C Anderson - Chinaman
(Pen 371, Drawer 51)



Humpty Dumpty
(Pen 370, Drawer 51)



Hey Diddle Diddle
(Pen 369, Drawer 51)



H C Anderson - Boy and goat
(Pen 368, Drawer 51)



H C Anderson, Ugly Duckling
(Pen 367, Drawer 51)



Milo Manara
(Pen 364, Drawer 52)



Governator
(Pen 363, Drawer 85)



Maya L'Abeille
(Pen 362, Drawer 52)



Le Piaf
(Pen 361, Drawer 52)



Casimin
(Pen 360, Drawer 52)



President William J Clinton
(Pen 359, Drawer 85)



George W. Bush
(Pen 358, Drawer 85)



Pink Glitter
*A gift from the manufacturer* Another new style, and our first glitter pen, all rolled into one gorgeous floaty. We don't recognise the cartoon girl and dog - please let us know if you do. (Pen 357, Drawer 52)



3 cartoon girls
(Pen 356, Drawer 52)



Hello Sunshine - Magnet
(Pen 355, Drawer 52)



Hello Sunshine - Jigsaw
(Pen 354, Drawer 52)



Hello Sunshine - Flying
(Pen 353, Drawer 52)



Hello Sunshine - Bike
(Pen 352, Drawer 52)



The Girl & The Wolf
(Pen 351, Drawer 52)



Hot Stuff
(Pen 350, Drawer 52)