7. Albertine Camus’ Mother of Pearl Fountain Pen, used to write four of her five famous novels.
Camus’ fifth novel, “The Bridge & The Byway”, was written on a Telleq brand typewriter. It was the novelist’s first encounter with a typewriter, and by all accounts she was not entirely impressed. After a while, however, she became more accustomed to it, and wrote her final essays on a Telleq Mark-10. She carefully stored the fountain pen in her top desk drawer, where it remained until her death when it was donated to a local museum. I wonder if it still writes? I wonder if our thief is planning to write novels?