Catalog 32 (September 2004)


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Featured: Parker Vacumatic Pens and Pencils

Part of George Parker’s genius was knowing the importance of the need to change. The button-filler pen was very successful for Parker, but he knew that eventually it would need to be replaced.

In 1927 a Professor at the University of Wisconsin was granted a patent for a new filling mechanism. Because he was both having difficulty perfecting it, and financial resources were tight, he offered the patent to Parker. Parker also had the foresight to hire a designer, Joseph Platt, who both assisted with the design of the pen to house the new filling mechanism, and designed Parker’s new arrow trademark. Parker worked with Dupont which developed the laminated celluloid for the pen, and Parker quickly patented the design. Five years and over $125,000 later (in 1925 dollars!) Parker had the filling mechanism perfected and the fascinating new pen ready to test market!

The model was called the Golden Arrow and test marketing started in 1932. It was extremely successful, despite the throws of the depression. Orders inundated the factory and the first production pieces were shipped in October. Less than a month later the name was changed to the Vacuum Filler. In June 1933 the name was once again changed, this time to Vacuumatic, a name which held for the next 15 years, when the line was phased out due to the great success of Parker’s next great innovation – the Parker 51!

Parker Vacumatic Chronology

The Golden Arrow (1932) has a lockdown filler and came in one size and two colors: black; blue & silver laminated. It came with two or three cap bands, and with a clip or a ring-top. There was a demonstrator supplied, but not marketed.

The Vacuum Filler (1932-1933) has a lockdown filled and came in three models; the Top-Line consisted of the “Standard.” The Bottom-Line consisted of the Junior and Sub-Junior. The Top-Line had a two-tone nib, the Bottom-Line a one-tone nib. Once again, there was a Demonstrator used to demonstrate the filling system.

The next several years brought a myriad of changes to the line, as well as some very confusing name changes.

1933 – Name changed to Vacumatic. The Standard, Junior and Sub-Junior were offered in Opaque Black, Opaque Burgundy and Opaque Grey. The Junior was also offered Crystal (clear barrel/black cap).

1934 – The Oversize was added in six models: Opaque & Transparent Black (with longitudinal Windows), Burgundy and Grey. The Slender was added in four models (no black models). The Junior was now offered in Crystal, Opaque Black, Transparent Burgundy, Transparent Black and a new color, Transparent Grey Marble. The Sub-Junior was replaced with the Junior Slender, in Opaque Black, Transparent Burgundy and Transparent Grey Marble. Thermometer Holder introduced in Grey Laminate.

1935 – In the Junior line, Crystal was replaced with Transparent Black (with longitudinal windows), while the Transparent Black was replaced with Transparent Laminated Black in the Top-Lines. All Vacumatics are now transparent. Green Laminated was added to the Oversize and Slender lines and Green Marble added to the Junior and Junior Slender lines.

1936 – The Senior was added, a slender version of the Oversize. It sported three cap bands, the middle one wider than the other two (produced for less than one year, it is quite rare today). Golden Laminated was added to the Oversize, Slender and Senior models. Black Reticular & Golden Web were added to the Junior and Junior Slender models.

1937 – All models except Standard, Slender, Junior and Juniorette were streamlined in shape. Lockdown mechanism replaced by the longer, Speedline aluminum mechanism. Oversize model replaced with the Senior Maxima – early models with the bands engraved “Vacumatic,” later models with the “Herringbone” band. Senior (with un-equal bands) replaced with the Maxima, a slender version of the Senior Maxima. The Major was added.

1938 – All Marble colors were replaced by Shadow-wave colors (Black, Green, Brown, Red, Burgundy, Grey) in the Junior and Juniorette models. Black Reticular and Golden Web were also discontinued. The Junior Debutante, with “Chevron band” was added in all the Shadow-wave colors. This model introduced the “Split-Feather Clip” which had the name “Parker” running vertically through the feathers. Pens started appearing with a “Star” near the top of the clip. This was in answer to Sheaffer’s White Dot. The star was meant to be Parker’s symbol for a pen with a lifetime guarantee. Parker was turned down for a trademark so they switched to the “Blue Diamond.” After the switch, the remaining stock of star clips were used on pens sold in military PXs

1939 – All remaining models were fitted with the new “Split Feather Clip.” All remaining models were streamlined in shape. The Junior Debutante was renamed Sub-Debutante and the band changed to narrow and plain. A Luxury Line was added with 14K trim, caps and or barrels. Striped Duofold introduced in three sizes and four models. Double jeweled extra-wide jewelers band with indicia for engraving introduced to the Sub-Debutante, Slender Maxima, Sr. Maxima and Shadow Wave models. Sections became black on all U.S. manufactured models (were always black on all Canadian manufactured models).

1940 – The Slender models were discontinued and replaced with the reintroduction of the Debutante in Laminated Plastic and with Blue Diamond clip. The Standard model was discontinued and replaced with the Major. The Maxima was renamed Slender Maxima. The Shadow-wave colors were discontinued and replaced by the colored laminates (except Burgundy).

1941 – Blue Laminate added. Burgundy Laminate discontinued. Senior Maxima renamed Maxima Mark II. Some of the Luxury Line was discontinued. Double jeweled extra-wide jewelers band models discontinued.

1942 – Aluminum Speedline filler replaced with the plastic mechanism (aluminum needed for the war effort). Blind caps rounded and tassies and jewels eliminated. The cap band of the Maxima and Slender Maxima were narrowed to the same width as the Major. The Major and Slender Maxima now looked identical from the outside (the Slender Maxima nib and feed were still larger and two-tone), so the Major was shortened, so it could be distinguished from the Slender Maxima. Striped Duofolds discontinued.

1948 – Vacumatic discontinued. No changes to the line from 1943 to 1948.

1
1934 Parker Oversize Set in Red Laminated. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$ 650

2
1934 Parker Pencil for above Set.
Set

3
1935 Parker Oversize in Green Laminated. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint
$ 550

4
1936 Parker Oversize in Golden Laminated. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint
$ 450

5
1939 Parker Oversize in Red Laminated. GFT. Fine nib. No date code –likely never had one as the barrel imprint is deep and crisp. Extra-smooth, medium nib. Near mint
$ 500

6
1937 Parker Sr. Maxima in Silver Laminated. CPT. Medium nib. A tad of imprint wear on the right side (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$ 375

7
1937 Parker Sr. Maxima in Golden Laminated. GFT. Imprint wear on the right side (readable), otherwise near mint. Fine nib.
$ 450

8
1938 Parker Sr. Maxima in Golden Laminated. GFT. Near mint. Medium nib.
$ 450

9
1938 Parker Sr. Maxima in Green Laminated. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint
$ 400

10
1939 Parker Sr. Maxima Pencil in Golden Laminated. GFT. Matches any of Golden Laminated Sr. Maxima pens. [1940 pencil also available]
$ 150

11
1941 Parker Sr. Maxima in Blue Laminated (rarest color). GFT. A tad of imprint wear on the right side (readable), otherwise near mint. Medium-fine nib.
$ 850

12
1941 Parker Sr. Maxima in Golden Laminated. GFT. Matching black section and jewels. Some imprint wear (partially unreadable), otherwise near mint. Medium/broad nib. [Also available with fine nib]
$ 375

13
1942 Parker Maxima Mark II in Golden Laminated. GFT. Blue Diamond clip. Narrow banded model. Double-broad nib! Near mint.
$ 400

14
1942 Parker Maxima Mark II in Green Laminated. GFT. Blue Diamond clip. Narrow banded model. Medium nib. A tad of imprint wear on the right side (date code missing), otherwise near mint.
$ 350

15
1937 Parker Senior in Golden Laminated (quite rare). GFT. Italic, triple-flexible nib! A tad of imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$ 300

16
1937 Parker Sr. Maxima in Green Laminated. Rare “VACUMATIC” band. GFT. Medium/broad, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Slightest imprint wear to the right side of the imprint (easily readable), otherwise near mint+. Barrel also has the rare Parker Christen Olson “Anchor” imprint. Pen was originally distributed for the Danish market!
$1100

17
1937 Parker Sr. Maxima in Black Laminated. Rare “VACUMATIC” band. GFT. Extra-fine nib. A tad of brassing to the lower edge of the cap bend, and a surface scratch here and there on the barrel (reflected in price), otherwise near mint.
$ 900

18
1937 Parker Major in Black. Rare “VACUMATIC” band. GFT. Medium-fine nib. Some imprint and trim wear. Excellent
$ 300

19
1937 Parker Major Pencil in Green Laminated.  Rare “VACUMATIC” band. GFT. The slightest hint of trim brassing, otherwise near mint.
$ 300

20
1937 Parker Major Pencil in Silver Laminated. Rare “VACUMATIC” band. GFT. Near mint.
$350

21
1942 Parker Slender Maxima in Silver Laminated with Jeweler’s Band. CPT. Band indicia eng: “M.B.” Stub italic nib! Near mint. [Pencil available in Golden Laminated, indicia engraved “R.I., at $50]
$ 150

22
1932 Parker VACUUM FILLER Jr. in Red Opaque Laminated (very rare). GFT. Medium nib. A tad of trim wear, otherwise near mint.
$ 350

23
1932 Parker VACUUM FILLER Sub-Junior in Red Opaque Laminated (very rare). GFT. Medium nib. Near mint.
$ 350

24
1932 Parker VACUUM FILLER Jr. in Crystal (transparent barrel) with Black Cap (very rare). GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$450

25
1936 Parker Junior in Golden Web (rare). GFT. Fine point. Near mint+ [Also available with medium nib]
$ 300

26
1936 Parker Junior in Black with longitudinal windows (quite rare). GFT. Medium nib. Near mint [Also available with Medium, flexible nib]
$ 275

27
1937 Parker Junior in Black with Reticulated Web barrel (very rare). Extra-rare with CPT! Medium nib. Near mint.
$ 200

28
1937 Parker Junior in Black with Reticular Lines (NOT Reticular Web). I have only seen this model in the pens made for the Danish market (marked with the “Anchor in Circle” logo. Fine, one-tone, triple-flexible nib! Very rare. Near mint.
$ 250

29
1939 Parker Junior in Silver Shadow-wave (rare). CPT. Medium nib. Near mint
$ 175

30
1939 Parker Sub-Junior in Black Opaque (rare). GFT. Medium nib. Some imprint wear (fully readable) otherwise near mint.
$ 250

31
1940 Parker Imperial Debutante in Black (very rare). Gold Filled Cap. A few surface scratches here and there, otherwise near mint. Fine point.
$350

32
1940 Parker Imperial Pencil in Golden Laminated (rare). Gold Filled cap. Near mint+
$ 150

33
1936 Parker Standard in Red Laminated. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint++
$ 300

34
1937 Parker Standard in Red Laminated. GFT. Medium, triple-flexible nib! Near mint+
$ 300

35
1937 Parker Standard in Red Laminated. GFT. Fine nib. No barrel imprint — likely never had one, as the pen is otherwise in near mint+ condition.
$ 225

36
1934 Parker Standard Pencil in Red Laminated. GFT. Matches any of the pens above. Near mint+ [buy with pen above at $150]
$ 175

37
1936 Parker Standard in Silver Laminated. NPT. Medium, flexible nib. No date code, but imprint otherwise excellent. Near mint
$ 175

38
1939 Parker Standard in Green Laminated. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint. [also available 1936 model (lockdown filler) with medium/fine nib]  
$ 225

39
1936 Parker Standard Pencil in Green Laminated. GFT. Near mint. Matches pen above [buy with pen above at $150]
$ 175

40
1937 Parker Standard in Golden Laminated. GFT. Broad point. Near mint+ [also available with some imprint wear (readable) and Medium/fine nib, at $150]
$ 200

41
1936 Parker Standard Pencil in Golden Laminated. GFT. Near mint. Matches pen above [buy with pen above at $125]
$ 150

42
1938 Parker Slender in Red Laminated. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. A few minor surface scratches, otherwise near mint. [also available with a tad of imprint wear and Medium/fine nib, at $225]
$ 200

43
1938 Parker Pencil for above set.
Set

44
1939 Parker Slender Pen in Golden Laminated. GFT. Barrel imprint also says:”MARCA REGISTRADA” (Brazilian or Argentinean TM). Quite rare. Medium nib. Some imprint wear (readable) otherwise near mint.
$ 175

45
1937 Parker Standard in Silver Laminated. NPT. Medium, triple-flexible nib. Near mint+
$ 200

46
1935 Parker Junior Set in Green Marble. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. A tad of imprint wear (readable) otherwise near mint.
$ 225

47
1935 Parker Pencil for above set. [Second pencil available as individual item, at $75] 
Set

48
1935 Parker Junior Set in Silver Marble. GFT. Broad, flexible nib. Near mint.
$ 225

49
1935 Parker Pencil for above set
Set

50
1936 Parker Junior Slender in Red Marble. GFT. Broad, flexible nib. Above average barrel transparency. Near mint+
$ 150

51
1937 Parker Junior Slender in Grey Marble. NPT. Medium nib. Some imprint wear. Excellent+
$ 100

52
1942 Parker Junior in Green, Bronze and Black Vertical Striped. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint
$ 100

53
1936 Parker Major in Golden Laminated. Very early Major, as the date code is clearly 1936 and the Major wasn’t officially launched until 1937. Medium nib. Near mint. [matching pencil available at $65]
$ 300

54
1939 Parker Major Set in Golden Laminated. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock, mint in original box (Photo). [also available near mint+ with Medium, triple-flexible nib, at $325]
$ 325

55
1939 Parker Pencil for above set
Set

56
1940 Parker Major in Golden Laminated. GFT. Barrel imprint also says:”MARCA REGISTRADA” (Brazilian or Argentinean TM). Quite rare. Broad, flexible nib. Some imprint wear, otherwise near mint.
$ 175

57
1937 Parker Major in Red Laminated. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint++
$ 275

58
1938 Parker Major in Green Laminated. GFT. Fine, triple-flexible nib (very rare). Near mint.
$ 250

59
1939 Parker Major in Black Laminated. GFT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint [matching pencil available at $65]
$ 225

60
1941 Parker Major in Blue Laminated. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint. [two available] 
$ 200

61
1941 Parker Major in Silver Laminated. NPT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. Near mint. [matching pencil available at $50]
$ 200

62
1938 Parker Repeater Pencil (very rare) in Golden Laminated. Near mint.
$ 100

63
1938 Parker Repeater Pencil (very rare) in Red Laminated. Near mint.
$ 150

64
1942 Parker Slender Maxima in Silver Laminated. NPT. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint. [matching pencil available at $50]
$ 150

65
1944 Parker Slender Maxima in Golden Laminated. Medium/fine nib. Near mint. [matching pencil available at $65]
$ 150

66
1945 Parker Slender Maxima in Green Laminated. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. A tad of imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$175

67
1945 Parker Slender Maxima in Blue Laminated. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint+ [also available with broad, flexible nib]. [Also available with extra-broad, oblique nib (shaped like left foot) with some imprint wear, at $150]
$ 175

68
1948 Parker Slender Maxima in Black Laminated. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint [matching pencil available at $65]
$ 175

69
1942 Parker Debutante in Golden Laminated. Double jeweled. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint.
$ 100

70
1939 Parker Debutante in Green Laminated. Double jeweled. GFT. Medium nib. Some imprint wear, otherwise near mint. [matching pencil available in near mint at $45]
$ 85

71
1943 Parker Debutante in Golden Laminated. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint
$ 75

72
1945 Parker Debutante in Golden Laminated. GFT. Broad, flexible, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Some imprint wear, otherwise near mint.
$ 75

73
1946 Parker Major in Silver Laminated. Single jewel. NPT. Medium nib. New-Old-Stock. [three available with medium nib; one available with fine point]
$ 175

74
1946 Parker Slender Maxima in Black Laminated. Single jewel. GFT. Fine point. New-Old-Stock.
$ 250

75
1946 Parker Major in Blue Laminated. Single jewel. GFT. Fine nib. New-Old-Stock. [also available with medium nib]
$200

76
1946 Parker Major in Golden Laminated. Single jewel. GFT. Fine nib. New-Old-Stock.
$ 175

77
1941 Parker Junior in Green Laminated. GFT. Broad point. New-Old-Stock
$ 150

78
1945 Parker Major in Blue Laminated. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint
$ 110

79
1946 Parker Major in Black Laminated. GFT. Medium/fine point. New-Old-Stock. Mint [also available near mint with extra-broad nib]
$ 125

80
1946 Parker Major in Silver Laminated. NPT. Medium nib. Near mint [buy matching pencil at $45]
$ 100

81
1946 Parker Major in Green Laminated. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. Near mint [also available with medium, flexible nib (2); and with broad, italic nib at $160. 
$ 110

82
1946 Parker Major in Golden Laminated. GFT. Broad point. Near mint+ [also available with fine nib; with medium nib; and with medium, flexible nib]
$ 100

83
1946 Parker Junior in Golden Laminated. GFT. Stub, italic nib! Near mint+
$ 150

84
1947 Parker Junior in Green Laminated. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib! Near mint
$ 125

85
1941 Parker Pencil in Silver Laminated. NPT. Near mint [also available in black]
$ 40

86
1915 A.A. Waterman #2 Twist Fill in Gold Filled. Snail Repousse pattern. Fine, extra-flexible italic nib! Near mint
$ 700

87
1930 Anonymous #1 LF Set in Gold Filled. Alternating plain & engine turned panels. Medium, triple-flexible nib.
$ 55

88
1930 Anonymous Pencil for above set
Set

89
1942 Parker Vacumatic Double Desk Set in Golden Laminated, with desk pen and pencil. 7″ x 4″x 3/4″ green marble base w/large bronze bear. Medium nib. Near mint. Full size image.
$ 300

90
1947 Parker Vacumatic Double Desk Set in Golden Laminated, with desk pen and pencil. 15″ x 6″ x 3/4″ wooden base with 30 Lux clock. Very Art Deco! Medium/fine point. A few very minor dings in the wood, otherwise near mint. Full size image.
$ 300

91
‘40s Parker 51 Vacumatic Double Desk Set with two rare Cordovan Brown pens. 8″ x 5″ x 3/4″ base in Ivory Onyx. Pens each has the proper heat imprinted “Blue Diamond” outline, showing they were desk pens guaranteed for life (no cap clips on which the Blue Diamond would otherwise appear). A few minor edge flakes. Extra-smooth broad, and medium/fine nibs. Excellent+ Full size image.
$ 250

92
1850 Anonymous Victorian Era Pen Rest in cast metal. Can hold four pens (two on the top and two on the bottom) or two pens plus business cards. Pens shown not included. Full size image.
$ 30

93
1850 Anonymous Victorian Era Pen Rest in cast metal. Can hold ten pens (five on each side). Pens shown not included. Full size image.
$ 150

94
1850 Anonymous Victorian Era Pen Rests, one in cast metal, the other in clear glass. Each hold up to three pens. Pens shown not included. Your choice at $50.00. Full size image.
$ 50

95
1850 Anonymous Victorian Era Pen Rest in cast metal. Can hold six pens plus paper clips in it’s center compartment. Pens shown not included. Full size image.
$ 150

96
1850 Anonymous Victorian Era Pen Rest in cast metal. Can hold five. Pens shown not included. Full size image.
$ 150

97
1938 Parker Vacumatic Desk Set in Black Laminated. GFT. STAR imprinted on band (earlier than the Blue Diamond)! Base is 12″ x 6″ Oval, with a Bronze Eagle (perhaps to be sold in a military facility PX), and with an oval depression for stamps or paper clips and another for a pen rest. Medium nib. Near mint. Full size image.
$ 350

98
1920 Conklin #3 Crescent Fill in Cardinal Hard Rubber. Extremely rare! Proper Red & Black Mottled Section. Medium nib. A tad of clip brassing, imprint wear, and one small chip just at the top of the crescent. Excellent+
$ 600

99
1927 Conklin Endura Standard LF in Sapphire Blue. GFT. Set off with red chased bands. Fine nib. Nr mint
$ 225

100
1927 Conklin Sr. Endura LF in Sapphire Blue, set off with four red chased bands. GFT. Medium nib. Some imprint wear (fully readable). Brassing at both tips of the clip and the bottom edge of the cap band. Cap is a shade lighter than the barrel. One pinhead ding in the cap band. Excellent.
$ 395

101
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Sapphire Blue. GFT. Chased red bands. Medium nib. Near mint
$ 650

102
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Black & Pearl. GFT. Set off with black, chased bands. Medium/fine nib. Slight ambering, but the hardest color to find, and one of the best examples I’ve seen. Otherwise near mint.
$ 475

103
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Deep Jade (beautiful). GFT. Set off by chased red bands. Rare, narrow banded model. Medium/broad, italic nib! Near mint.
$ 600

104
1927 Conklin #2 LF in Black. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$ 175

105
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF Long in Cardinal Hard Rubber (very, very rare). Long cap & long hard rubber section. Chased dark blue bands. GFT. Medium/broad, italic nib. Near mint.
$1200

106
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Cardinal. GFT. Chased dark blue bands. Medium nib. Near mint.
$ 575

107
1927 Conklin Endura Standard LF in Woodgrain. GFT. Set off with red chased bands. Medium/fine nib. Some imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$ 175

108
1929 Conklin Endura Symetric Standard LF in Black & Bronze PATCH (much rarer than the normal Black & Bronze)! GFT. Broad, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$ 400

109
1931 Conklin #2 LF in Moss Agate. Plastic normally found in Waterman’s -quite rare in Conklin’s! Medium, flexible nib. A tad of high point clip brassing, otherwise near mint.
$ 200

110
2002 Delta 20th Anniversary Limited Edition 191/982 in Orange Pearl with Black Cap. 18K trim. New-old-stock, mint in box with papers (Photo). List is $565.
$ 300

111
1924 Dunn Dreadnaught Plunger Fill in Black Hard Rubber. GFT. A large and beautiful model! Fine, flexible nib. Minor wear on the upper edge of the red casein plunger knob, otherwise near mint.
$ 475

112
1925 Eclipse #2 LF in Gold Filled. Wave chased pattern. Medium/fine 14K Warranted nib. Nr mint
$ 95

113
1950 Hoover “Deluxe” BF in Green Pearl with fine black horizontal lines (beautiful). GPT. Original medium, flexible, nib is marked “Warranted, 14 CT 1st Quality.” Danish made, high quality pen. Near mint
$ 135

114
1925 John Holland #6 Jewel LF in Black. Set off with Orange ends! GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint
$ 175

115
1905 Laughlin #3 Doctor’s Pen Eyedropper Fill Straight Holder in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Removing the blind cap from the bottom of the pen reveals a thermometer, which is signed “Laughlin Mfr. Co. Detroit, Mi.” Outstandingly rare! Near mint+ condition. Fine, extra-flexible signed Laughlin 14K nib. Close-up showing thermometer.
$ 695

116
1927 LeBoeuf #6 LF in Coco Bolo. GFT. Fine point. A tad of trim brassing, otherwise near mint. [Two available]
$ 700

117
1907 Mabie Todd Model 503, #2 size Eyedropper Fill in BCHR. The Swan was introduced by Mabie, Todd & Bard of New York in 1884. In the same year their London office was opened. “Bard” was dropped from the name in 1906. This pen was made shortly after that, still smarting a slip cap (no threads) and an over & under feed. Medium, flexible nib. Remarkably near mint for a pen almost 100 years old!
$ 125

118
1915 Mabie Todd Swan #2 LF in Gold Filled. Beautiful, high quality USA made pen with signed Mabie Todd nib. Pattern is alternating plain, pinstripe, and wave chased panels. The section is metal covered. Broad, flexible, italic nib. There are two pinhead dings in the metal (one near the derby and one near the bottom of the barrel), otherwise near mint+
$ 200

119
1927 Mabie Todd Swan Model L205/60 (#2 Size) Leverless in Black Chased Hard Rubber (rare). GFT. Extra-fine, extra-flexible nib. A bit of clip ball brassing, otherwise near mint.
$ 150

120
1932 Mabie Todd Swan #3 Leverless in Green Pearl Snakeskin. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint++
$ 300

121
1938 Mabie Todd Blackbird #3 LF in Silver Pearl with Black Veins and Red Spots (very rare). Medium/broad, extra-flexible, italic nib! Near mint
$ 175

122
1949 Mabie Todd Swan Model 3330 in Battleship Grey. Gold filled trim and THREADS! Medium, flexible nib. Near mint.
$ 95

123
1945 Matador “Standard” PIF in Red & Black Laminated. GPT. Matador is the trademark of Siebert & Lowen, founded in 1895 and still in operation today in Regensburg, Germany (although no longer making fountain pens). Medium, flexible nib signed “Degussa.” Moderate quality, but mint, new-old-stock.
$ 95

124
1935 Montblanc 20 Masterpiece Push Knob filler in Black. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint
$ 500

125
1935 Montblanc 20 Masterpiece Push Knob filler in Coral Red (rare). GFT. Medium nib. Near mint [also available with fine, flexible, italic nib]
$ 550

126
1935 Montblanc 216 BF in Black. GFT. Medium, flexible, italic nib. Near mint
$ 500

127
1937 Montblanc 334 ½ PIF in Black. GFT. Extra-broad, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). New-Old-Stock. Mint
$ 425

128
1939 Montblanc 139 PIF in Black. GFT. Outer cap bands are sterling silver. Broad, extra-flexible nib. Long window version, with longitudinal black lines inside the window. Near mint
$2200

129
1946 Montblanc 246 PIF in Black. GFT. Long transparent window. Medium, extra-flexible, italic nib. Near mint
$ 500

130
1946 Montblanc 244 PIF in Light Green with Black Veins (rare). GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$ 550

131
1950 Montblanc 144 PIF in Silver Stripe (very rare). GFT. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint
$1000

132
1950 Montblanc 642N PIF in Green Stripe (rare). “Silvexa” cap (brushed chrome with GF trim). Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$ 800

133
1950 Montblanc 444 PIF in Black. “Silvexa” cap (brushed chrome with GF trim). Medium nib. Comes in original red leather carrying pouch. A bit of cap plating wear, otherwise near mint. [also available with considerable cap wear & a few pinhead dings @ $300]
$ 450

134
1955 Montblanc 32 PIF in Black. GFT. “Hooded nib” version, competing with the Parker 51. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint
$ 90

135
1935 Osmia Model 64 Piston Filler in Black Hard Rubber. GFT. New-Old-Stock. Mint in original box with instructions (Photo). Transparent ink window. I have these available in five different nib sizes:  -broad (2) – broad, left-oblique (2) – medium (2) – fine (2) – double-broad left-oblique (1) – extra-fine (1). All mint!
$ 75

136
1945 Napoleon (Soennecken?) “Vacuumfiller” in Green Pearl with Black Veins. See pen below for the information I’ve been able to find about these two Napoleon pens. GPT. Signed broad, triple-flexible, SFVK 14CT nib. The cap is also imprinted “Mayr & Fessler Wien I.” which I am told was a store in Austria. Removing the blind cap reveals a plunger which is pressed several times to fill the barrel (similar to a Parker Vacumatic). Near mint.
$ 210

137
1945 Napoleon (Soennecken?) “Pneumatic” BF in Green Pearl Web. My research says these Napoleons are likely Austrian manufactured, either made for Soennecken with Soennecken parts, or wonderful Soennecken look-a-likes! The clip is imprinted “SFVK Napoleon.” The “SF” might stand for Frederick Soennecken!?! GPT. Signed ,medium, flexible, Napoleon 14CT nib. A high quality pen in near mint condition.
$ 180

138
‘40s ‘90’s Parker 51 Demonstrator with Demonstrator cap! A combination of modern South American manufactured exterior with original Parker 51 internal parts. Very hard to find with the custom made cap!
$ 300

139
1916 Parker #2 Jack Knife Safety in Red Translucent Bakelite! BHR cap. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Extremely rare & collectible! A tad of imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$ 700

140
1960 Parker 4-Color Flighter Ball Pen in Brushed Stainless Steel. I bought a box of 12 of these, all New-Old-stock. Quantity pricing available. Made in Germany. Mint
$ 125

141
1965 Parker 75 in Vermeil Cross Hatch (14K Gold Fill on Sterling Silver). Fine point. Near mint
$ 250

142
1965 Parker 75 cartridge/converter fill in Sterling Silver crosshatch pattern. Flat ends. USA made pen, with a French, 18K #77 Oblique Italic nib (shaped like left foot) – very rare! Near mint.
$ 200

143
1965 Parker 75 Titanium, another of the very rare 75s. Medium/broad nib. New-Old-Stock. Mint
$ 700

144
1965 Parker 75 “Keepsake” in Smooth Sterling Silver. Extremely rare! Medium nib. As close to mint as can be found.
$ 900

145
1933 Pelikan 100 PIF in Green Pearl. GFT. Medium/broad, double-flexible nib. Near mint
$ 300

146
1935 Pelikan 100N PIF EMEGÊ in Tortoise. Red Plastic Inner cap and turning knob. Very rare LONG cap and one piece barrel (the tortoise barrel is NOT a sleeve as on normal models). EMEGÊ marked Pelikans were only for the Portugese market. GFT.
$1100

147
1937 Pelikan 100N PIF in Grey Pearl. GFT. Fluted clip & band. Medium/broad, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$ 325

148
1937 Pelikan 100N PIF in Green Pearl. GFT. Medium, flexible, italic nib. Near mint
$ 300

149
1938 Pelikan 100N PIF in Black. Hard Rubber cap. GFT. Fluted clip & band. Medium/fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint
$ 300

150
1939 Pelikan 100N PIF in Cobra (very rare). Nickel plated trim (much rarer than Gold Filled Trim). Broad, italic nib. Near mint.
$1600

151
1939 Pelikan Model 200 Pencil in Cobra (very rare). GFT. Near mint [also available with nickel plated trim to match the pen above, at $450]
$ 425

152
1950 Pelikan 500 PIF in Brown Stripe with Gold Filled cap and turning knob. Pinstripe pattern. Broad, oblique, flexible, italic nib (shaped like left foot). No dents or dings. Near mint
$ 525

153
2000 Pelikan Colani Ball Pen. Designed in 1982 by Italian Designed, Luigi Colani. Contoured barrel, with a unique built in propelling mechanism. I have 8 of these available; 5 with GFT; 1 with CPT; 1 with black plastic trim. New-Old-Stock. Mint.
$ 15

154
1900 Post #2 Straight Holder Plunger Fill in Sterling Silver Filigree on BHR. Inside the bottom 1/3 of the barrel is a telescoping plunger which is withdrawn to fill the pen. Very rare and beautiful! Medium/fine, triple-flexible nib. Near mint+
$1500

155
1950 Radius “Extra” Piston Filler in Green Laminated. Visualated barrel. “Radius” was the trademark of the Cisea Company in Turin, Italy. Turin housed many famous as well as lesser known Italian pen makers (pretty similar to the Janesville, WI area). GFT. Near mint in original signed box with original instructions (Photo). Medium, flexible 14CT signed Radius nib. High quality pen, certainly made to look like a Sheaffer Triumph!
$ 195

156
1927 Eclipse #8 LF in Woodgrain Plastic. GFT. Black, White and G/F bands at top of cap. Medium, extra-flexible #8 14K nib. Near mint+
$ 175

157
1930 Remmington #8 LF Pencil-Pen Combination in Dark Green Pearl. NPT. Medium nib. A tad of band brassing at the edges, otherwise near mint.
$ 75

158
1934 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance “Phone Dialer” Oversize LF in Deep Jade. GFT. Rare model! Just a tad of ambering at the barrel threads and bottom, and clip ball and band bottom edge brassing. Medium/fine point. Excellent+
$ 350

159
1925 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large Flat-top LF in Jade. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium/broad nib. Just the slightest ambering here and there, brassing of the clip ball, and a few surface mars to the cap band. Excellent.
$ 175

160
1929 Sheaffer Model 3 LF in Blue and Black with White Veins. Fine point. Near mint
$ 200

161
1929 Sheaffer Model 5-30 Balance LF in Deep Jade. GFT. Perfect color! Med/fine nib. Near mint+
$ 200

162
1929 Sheaffer Balance Pencil in Deep Jade. Perfect Color. Matches pen above.
$ 75

163
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Black. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. Near mint+
$ 175

164
1959 Sheaffer PFM I Snorkel in Black. CPT. New-old-stock. Broad, italic, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Mint
$ 200

165
1959 Sheaffer PFM II Snorkel in Blue (rare color). Medium/broad nib. Perfect brushed cap. Near mint.
$ 200

166
1959 Sheaffer PFM I Snorkel Fill in Burgundy. CPT. Minor surface scratches here & there, otherwise near mint, in original box (Photo) (sans instructions). Extra-fine/fine nib.
$ 200

167
1959 Sheaffer Pencil for above Set.
Set

168
1959 Sheaffer PFM I Snorkel Black. CPT. Medium/broad nib. Near mint
$ 150

169
1959 Sheaffer PFM III Snorkel Demonstrator. Extremely rare! Proper black nib shell. Medium point. Near mint+
$ 800

170
1947 Soennecken Model S26 BF in Green Lined Web. Unusual model. Barrel imprint: “Soennecken-Schriftrefermhalter S26”. Medium/fine, flexible nib. A tiny bit of clip brassing, otherwise near mint.
$ 175

171
1952 Soennecken 222 Extra PIF in Black with Silver Hashmarks. GFT. Has the famous “click-filling” mechanism. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint++
$ 400

172
1952 Soennecken 222 Extra PIF in Silver Grey Lizard. GFT. Has the famous “click-filling” mechanism. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint++
$ 425

173
1954 Soennecken 111 Superior PIF in Black with Silver Hashmarks. GFT. Has the famous “click-filling” mechanism. Medium/broad nib. Near mint++
$ 550

174
1930 Stratford #8 LF Pencil-Pen Combination in Green Pearl Web. Medium nib. Excellent
$ 65

175
1930 Stratford #8 LF Pencil-Pen Combination in Black. GPT. Fine point. Excellent++
$ 55

176
1930 Stylus “Automatioa Mod. 947” BF in Silver Marble with Red Specks. High quality Italian pen, certainly manufactured as an OMAS Extra look-a-like, and seems to be of equal quality! Medium, flexible 14K signed Stylus nib. Near mint
$ 325

177
1920 Wahl Eversharp #3 All Metal LF Pen in Gold Filled. Pattern in Chevrons in Pinstripe Panels. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$ 95

178
1927 Wahl Eversharp #6 size Gold Seal Personal Point LF in Black & Pearl. Roller-ball clip. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$ 425

179
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric Silver Seal PIF Set in Silver Lined Web. CPT. #7 Adjustable nib plus automatic shut-off valve! Repeater Pencil. Near mint
$ 400

180
1935 W’Eversharp Pencil for above set.
Set

181
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric Gold Seal PIF in Lavender Lined Web. GFT. #7 Adjustable nib plus automatic shut-off valve! Clip initialed: “HPB.” A surface scratch here and there, and some high point brassing of the cap band. Twist activated pencil. Excellent+
$ 250

182
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric Gold Seal PIF Set in Green Lined Web. GFT. Adjustable nib plus automatic shut-off valve! Near mint
$ 425

183
1935 W’Eversharp Pencil for above set.
Set

184
1942 Wahl Eversharp Skyline LF in Red Modern Stripe. Perhaps the rarest color! GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Some brassing to the edges of the clip, otherwise near mint.
$ 195

185
1943 Wahl Eversharp Skyline "Gift of a Lifetime" Set in 14K. Medium/fine, flexible nib. New-Old-Stock, mint in original box (Photo).
$ 550

186
1943 W’Eversharp Repeater pencil for above set.
Set

187
1946 Wahl Eversharp Skyline Ball Pen/Pencil Set in Burgundy. Red, Burgundy & Golden Pearl striped cap. GFT. Ball pen has original refill, which screws into the shell. Still functional today! Simply unscrew the original refill and slip in a Bic refill with the brown nozzle (included) – a friction fit holds it in place perfectly (One is shown in the accompanying photo)! Near mint in original box (Photo).
$ 75

188
1946 W’Eversharp Push button (repeater) Pencil for above set.
Set

189
1915 Waterman 20 Eyedropper Fill in BHR. GFT. Medium nib (and it’s huge!). Incredibly nice condition! Screw-on cap. Near mint
$2100

190
1905 Waterman #0314 Gold Filled overlay on BHR. “Chased Filigree” design. One of the considerably rarer Waterman patterns. Also made in the Model 0514, which had the overlay on the cap as well as the barrel. Fine, flexible nib. Test marks for gold on the indicia (reflected in the price), otherwise near mint.
$ 825

191
1910 Waterman 412S Safety Filler in Sterling Silver on BHR. Filigree pattern. Unrestored. Near mint.
$ 650

192
1915 Waterman Model 0512 Eyedropper Fill in Gold Filled. “Filigree” design. Has unusual double stamped model number on the bottom of the barrel! Indicia engraved in flowing script: “E.A.P.” Extra-fine, flexible nib. A tad of oxidation of the exposed hard rubber and a few minor surface mars, otherwise near mint. [also available near mint with no indicia engraving at $295]
$ 250

193
1901 Waterman #6 Size Eyedropper Fill “Desk Pen” in Red Mottled Hard Rubber. Extremely rare model with extra long barrel (almost unknown in #2 size, and this is a #6, the only one known to exist!!). Made to replace the dip pen at your desk, and also provided with a cap so it can be carried in your pocket. Immaculate condition – near mint++
$2750

194
1915 Waterman 452 ½ LF in Sterling Silver over BHR. Hand Engraved Vine pattern. Indicia engraved “C.F.” in Old English script. Medium, flexible nib. A bit of imprint wear at the bottom of the barrel, otherwise near mint. The overlay is perfect!
$ 550

195
1915 Waterman 452 1/2 Pencil in Sterling Silver over BHR. Hand engraved vine. Near mint. Matches pencil above
$ 250

196
1915 Waterman 554 LEC (Long Extended Case) LF in 14K. Hand Engraved Vine Pattern. Near mint++
$2100

197
1920 Waterman #52 LF in BCHR. NPT. Broad, flexible nib. Near mint++
$ 125

198
1925 Waterman # 52 LF in Red Ripple. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. Near mint. [also available with medium, extra-flexible, italic nib, at $200.  [Buy matching pencil at $75]
$ 175

199
1925 Waterman 454 LF in Sterling Silver on BHR. Filigree pattern. Fine, flex nib. Almost near mint
$ 500

200
1929 Waterman Patrician LF in Black Plastic (10-15 times rarer than the BHR model). GFT. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint
$1200

201
1929 Waterman Patrician Pencil in BHR. GFT. Near mint.
$250

202
1930 Waterman 94 LF in Moss Agate. GFT. Broad, flexible, italic nib! Near mint+
$ 225

203
1920 Wilrite #4 LF in Gold Filled. Wave chased pattern. Signed Fine, extra-flexible 14K Wilrite nib. Moderate quality. Near mint.
$ 75