Found at Vintage Ads (date not specified).
At least they didn't make it look like a penis!
Anyway, several pen manufacturers (mostly Japanese and Italian, but not exclusively) are still making "ladies' pens," although I guess you'd have to go vintage to find a print ad for one.
Aw, shucks. I still love my Jotter, though. (And they make 'em in breast-cancer pink, too.) It's the best pen I've found for writing recipes on index cards -- bold lines, smooth ink, and doesn't smear when splashed with tomato sauce!
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