Catalog 42 (March 2007)


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Parker 75 - Featured - Parker 75

With the goal of creating a new high-end pen, Kenneth Parker and designer Don Doman collaborated once more and combined various characteristics from past creations. From the 45, they took the filling mechanism of the interchangeable cartridge and piston converter. From the VP, they took the gripping section with its 3 flat surfaces, 2 being ribbed, and the ruled section ring and rotating nib assembly. The idea was to allow the nib to be rotated to the angle preferred by the writer. Sterling silver was selected for this all-metal pen, and the crosshatch design was selected, with black enamel used to fill in the lines.

Introduced at the end of 1963, 75s were manufactured in both the USA and in France, and continued to be produced until 1994. They are relatively easy to date because of design changes and new model introductions. From 1980 on they contain factory engraved date codes.

For the most part, I have not polished these pens, as many folks like the age patina which has developed, especially on the solid gold and the sterling silver models. I’m happy to polish before shipping, on request.

There are four main differences in tassies; the earliest being “flat”; in the mid-70’s they became “dished” (a flat, circular recess in the middle); and in the early 80’s became “dimpled” (a centered, circular, pointed, concave depression); and the models with a mounted cabochon. The Titanium 75 has a red, dished bottom tassie. Early gripping sections were triangular, replaced in the 80’s with rounded sections (there is overlapped production of the two different sections). All nibs are 14K unless indicated as 18K.

All Parker 75s are cartridge/converter-fill, and every pen purchased will come with a converter. Nibs other than the ones currently in each pen may be available (some at additional cost), so please ask. Any rollerball can be converted to a fountain pen, and vice-versa. A cap-activated ball pen can be converted to a pencil, and vice-versa, so once again please ask.

(Many thanks to Lee Chait and Lih-Tah Wong for their kind and very knowledgeable assistance with history, identification and valuing.)

1
1974 Parker 75 “Presidential” in 14K Solid Gold. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$2,000

2
1974 Parker 75 “Presidential”  in 14K Solid Gold. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$2,000

3
1974 Parker 75 “Presidential” Ball Point – Pencil Set in 14K Solid Gold for above set. Mint.
$1,700

4
1967 Parker Pencil for above set. Mint. A little earlier production than the above items, as it has the “flat” tassie rather than the “dished” version.
Set

5
1974 Parker 75 “Smooth” in Vermeil (14K GF on Sterling Silver). Cap lip signed “Neiman Marcus” in their logo script. Medium nib. Cap lightly engraved “JH.” One nick in barrel. Excellent+
$750

6
1980 Parker 75 “Bark” (or Acacia) in 18K Solid Gold. New-old-stock. Mint
$2,250

7
1975 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) Twist-activated Pencil in 14K Solid Gold. Cap band signed “TIFFANY.” Triple rare: Cisele model without black enamel, with “TIFFANY” imprint, and in 14K! One barely noticeable barrel ding, otherwise mint.
$900

8
1974 Parker 75 “Ambassador” in Sterling Silver. The pattern is parallel grooves filled with black enamel. Cap band signed “TIFFANY,” and the pen has sterling silver tassies. Fine point. New-old-stock. Mint
$750

9
1974 Parker 75 “Ambassador” in Sterling Silver. The pattern is parallel grooves filled with black enamel. Cap band signed “TIFFANY,” and the pen has sterling silver tassies. Fine point. Two or three minor dings, so user priced. Excellent+
$500

10
1965 Parker 75 “Ambassador” Pencil in Sterling Silver. The pattern is parallel grooves filled with black enamel. Cap band signed “TIFFANY,” and has a sterling silver tassie. New-old-stock. Mint
$450

11
1974 Parker 75 “Ambassador” Set in Sterling Silver. The pattern is parallel grooves filled with black enamel. “70″ nib (medium, stub) Has been filled, otherwise mint.
$1,200

12
1974 Parker Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

13
1973 Parker 75 “Rainbow” in 18K Gold-filled. One of the most sought after models. Extra-fine nib. Near mint
$1,500

14
1972 Parker 75 “Titanium”. This is the rarer, dark, brushed model. GFT. Broad point, New-old-stock. Mint
$800

15
1972 Parker 75 “Titanium”. This is the lighter finished model. GFT. Medium point, New-old-stock. Mint
$800

16
1983 Parker 75 “Fugere” in Vermeil (14K GF on Sterling Silver). Alternating panels of chevrons and flat, smooth stripes. Medium nib. New-old-stock, Mint
$600

17
1967 Parker 75 “Keepsake” in Smooth Sterling Silver. GFT. Parker marketing says, “This pen doesn’t mean anything to anybody … except you. This magnificent pen can be engraved with a record of all the important occasions in your life. A personal pen like no other in the entire world.” It was sold completely blank (and for only a very short time) with the intent that it would be engraved with a record of important events in the owner’s life. One of the most sought after models. “66″ nib (medium). New-old-stock. Mint in original box with accessories (no papers)
$1,100

18
1967 Parker 75 “Keepsake” twist activated pencil.
$400

19
1989 Parker 75 “Keepsake” in Smooth Sterling Silver. See above for more information. Double broad, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with accessories (no papers).
$1100

20
1980 Parker Classic “Keepsake” Ball Pen – Pencil Set in Smooth Sterling Silver. Not really part of Parker’s “75″ series, but still very rare and highly desirable! Ball pen is “button activated.” GFT. New-old-stock. Mint
$450

21
1980 Parker Twist Activated pencil for above set.
Set

22
1978 Parker 75 “Godron” in Gold-plate over brass. The pen design has 23 parallel grooves. Extra-fine nib. Near mint+
$250

23
1975 Parker 75 “Perle” in Gold Plate. A pattern of closely-spaced, parallel lines with regularly-spaced circular indentations, often referred to as ‘teardrops’. Extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$165

24
1980 Parker 75 “Ecorse” in Gold-plate. Basket-weave pattern. Rare. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$250

25
1980 Parker 75 “Guirlande”in Gold Filled. Possibly a prototype, test market pattern with very limited distribution. Fine point. New-old-stock, mint.
$400

26
1975 Parker 75 “Ecossais” in Silver Plate over brass. Pattern is an irregularly spaced crosshatch grid. CPT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$200

27
1975 Parker 75 “Ecossais” Ball Pen in Gold-plate. Pattern is an irregularly spaced crosshatch grid. GFT. Near mint [Also available with some wear @ $50]
$75

28
1975 Parker 75 “Ecossais” in Black. This is a possible prototype, never sold. Pattern is an irregularly spaced crosshatch grid.. Broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$1,000

29
1975 Parker 75 “Flamme” in Gold Plate. Short, staggered, repeating lines making a flame-like appearance. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

30
1975 Parker 75 “Flamme” in Silver Plate. Short, staggered, repeating lines making a flame-like appearance. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with nib size label. [Also available near mint @ $140]
$190

31
1965 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) in Vermeil (14K Gold-filled over Sterling Silver). GFT. Fine point. Near Mint. [Also available with fine point]
$300

32
1965 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) Cap-activated Ball Pen in Vermeil (14K Gold-filled over Sterling Silver). GFT. Near mint+
$275

33
1965 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) Set in Vermeil (14K Gold-filled over Sterling Silver). GFT. Fine point. New-old-stock. Mint with original labels.
$550

34
1965 Parker Twist Activated pencil for above set.
Set

35
1965 Parker Classic “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) Ball Pen – Pencil Set in Vermeil (14K Gold-filled over Sterling Silver). Not really part of Parker’s “75″ series, but still very rare and highly desirable! Ball pen is “button activated.” GFT. New-old-stock. Mint
$400

36
1965 Parker Twist Activated pencil for above set.
Set

37
1990 Parker 75 “Millerais” in Gold Plate (closely-spaced, parallel lines). “54″ nib (extra-broad, italic). New-old-stock. Mint
$175

38
1985 Parker 75 “Millerais” Cap- Activated Ball Pen in Gold Plate (closely-spaced, parallel lines). GFT. User grade, with some minor dings, wear and plating wear.
$50

39
1964 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) in Sterling Silver. Rare, first year model, with metal gripping section threads (all plastic as of 1965). GFT. “65″ nib (fine). Near mint+
$350

40
1965 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) Rollerball in Sterling Silver. Near mint+
$100

41
1965 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) in Sterling Silver. GFT. Triple-broad, italic nib. Near mint+.
$200

42
1965 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) in Sterling Silver. GFT.  Near mint+.
$150

43
1974 Parker 75 Demonstrator “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) in Sterling Silver. GFT. Very rare, clear transparent gripping section and correct Octanium nib. Very rare! Near mint+
$500

44
1974 Parker “75 Cisele” “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) in Sterling Silver. GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint [Several available]
$150

45
1974 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) Rollerball in Sterling Silver. Near mint+
$100

46
1990 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) in Sterling Silver. 18K Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$125

47
1965 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) Ball Point – Pencil Set in Sterling Silver. Near mint+
$300

48
1965 Parker Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

49
1975 Parker 75 “Grain D’orge” in Silver Plate “Barley” pattern. Fine point. New-old-stock. Mint
$175

50
1990 Parker 75 “Grain D’orge” in Silver Plate “Barley” pattern. Later model with Gold-plate trim and “dimpled” tassies. Broad point. New-old-stock. Mint
$175

51
1990 Parker 75 “Grain D’orge” Cap-activated Ball Pen in Silver Plate “Barley” pattern. Later model with Gold-plate trim and “dimpled” tassie. New-old-stock. Mint
$100

52
1980 Parker 75 “Grain D’orge” in Gold Plate “Barley” pattern. Three available: extra-fine point; fine point; medium point. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

53
1975 Parker 75 “Grain D’orge” Cap-activated Ball Pen in Gold Plate “Barley” pattern. New-old-stock. Mint.
$100

54
1984 Parker 75 “Millerais” in Silver Plate (closely-spaced, parallel lines). Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint [Also available as Rollerball @ $125]
$150

55
1982 Parker 75 “Millerais” Cap-activated Pencil (or Ball Pen) in Silver Plate (closely-spaced, parallel lines). New-old-stock. Mint
$100

56
1984 Parker “75 Millerais” in Silver plate (closely-spaced, parallel lines). Round section, with 18K, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$150

57
1986 Parker 75 “Millerais” in Silver Plate (closely-spaced, parallel lines). Rarer model, with GFT! Two available: extra-fine nib; medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

58
1965 Parker 75 “Insignia” in Gold-filled. Cross-hatch square grid made up of lightly engraved lines. Early version, with flat tassies and “indicia” rectangle (area void of engraved lines) provided on barrel for personalization. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

59
1974 Parker 75″ Insignia” in Gold-filled. Cross-hatch square grid made up of lightly engraved lines. Middle version, with dished tassies and no “indicia” provided. Two available: medium nib; broad nib. Near mint.
$150

60
1965 Parker 75 “Insignia” in Gold-filled. Cross-hatch square grid made up of engraved lines significantly deeper than above. Early version, with flat tassies and “indicia” rectangle (area void of engraved lines) provided on barrel for personalization. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

61
1976 Parker 75 “Prince de Galles” in Silver-plate. Pattern is an irregularly spaced crosshatch grid. CPT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$200

62
1976 Parker 75 “Prince de Galles” in Gold-plate. Pattern is an irregularly spaced crosshatch grid. CPT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$200

63
1975 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) in Gold-plate. Rare model without the black enamel! Fine nib. A tad of wear here & there. Excellent+
$125

64
1975 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) Cap-activated Ball Pen in Gold-plate. Plating wear on the tassie, clip and cap band. User Grade
$50

65
1980 Parker 75 “Cross-Hatch Grid” (Ciselé) in Gold-plate. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$150

66
1974 Parker 75 “Flighter” in Lustraloy (brushed stainless steel). GF Clip. “Bandless” model. “78″ (extra-broad Right-foot Oblique) nib! Near mint. [Also available in “Deluxe” model (single gold-filled cap band) with medium point @ $125]
$125

67
1974 Parker 75 “Flighter Deluxe” Cap-activated Ball Pen – Pencil Set in Brushed Stainless Steel. The “Deluxe Flighter has a single, gold-filled cap band. [Buy Ball Pen alone @ $175]
$250

68
1974 Parker Twist activated pencil for above set. [Buy pencil alone @ $75]
Set

69
1974 Parker 75 “Flighter” Rollerball in Lustraloy (brushed stainless steel). GF Clip. “Bandless” model. Near mint
$95

70
1986 Parker 75 “Lacque” in Black. GFT. 18K, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$125

71
1986 Parker 75 “Lacque” in Black. “BI” (broad, italic) nib. Near mint
$175

72
1990 Parker 75 “Lacque” in Black. GFT. 18K, broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Close-up photo of pen in box.
$150

73
1975 Parker 75 “Imperial” in Gold Plate. Alternating groups of pinstripe and plain panels. Medium point. Near mint
$150

74
1991 Parker 75 “Matte” in Black. GFT. Very rare #92 nib (double broad, oblique)! Near mint+
$175

75
1986 Parker 75 “Lacque” in Burgundy. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$200

76
1986 Parker 75 “Lacque” in Burgundy. 18K “76″ (medium, oblique, italic) nib! Round section. Near mint
$150

77
1985 Parker 75 “Lacque” Rollerball – Pencil Set in Burgundy. New-old-stock. Mint [Rollerball alone @ $100]
$200

78
1985 Parker 75 “Lacque” Ball Pen – Pencil Set in Burgundy. New-old-stock. Mint [Buy Ball Pen alone @ $100]
Set

79
1987 Parker Cap Activated Pencil (ball pen) for above Set [Buy Pencil or Ball Pen Alone @ $100]
$175

80
1979 Parker 75 “Lacque” in Malachite Green. Two available: Medium nib -near mint ; Mint, new-old-stock, with with original label, @ $275
$225

81
1984 Parker 75 “Lacque” Cap-Activated Ball Pen in Malachite Green. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

82
1984 Parker 85 “Lacque” Rollerball in Malachite Green. Not a 75, but fits in well here in the Catalog! New-old-stock. Mint
$200

83
1984 Parker 75 “Lacque” in Red Quartz. GFT. Medium Nib. Round section. New-old-stock. Mint with original label
$250

84
1984 Parker 75 “Lacque” Cap-Activated Ball Pen in Red Quartz. GFT. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

85
1981 Parker “75 ” in “Thuya”. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Close-up photo of pen in box.
$125

86
1983 Parker 75 Lacque in Thuya. “OBB” (double broad, oblique) nib! Near mint
$175

87
1990 Parker “75 ” in “Thuya”. GFT. Round section with 18K “79″ nib (Double-broad, oblique [left foot], italic). New-old-stock. Mint.
$195

88
1993 Parker 75 “Lacque” Cap-activated Ball Pen in Thuya. GFT. New-old-stock. Mint
$125

89
1983 Parker 75 “Lacque” in Lapis. GFT. Round section with 18K broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$350

90
1992 Parker 75 “Custom” in Black Lacque. Matching jewel cabochon on the cap tassie. Only four colors produced. Medium nib. Round section with 18K medium nib. Near mint+. [Also available new-old-stock, mint in original box @ $200; close-up photo of pen in box.] [Note: buy the set of four colors at $800 – a $100 savings!]
$200

91
1991 Parker 75 “Custom” in Green Lacque. Matching jewel cabochon on the cap tassie. Round section with “87" nib (broad) nib. Near mint+.
$200

92
1990 Parker 75 “Custom” in Blue Lacque. Matching jewel cabochon on the cap tassie. Round section with “88" (extra-broad, italic) nib. Near mint+.
$300

93
1991 Parker 75 “Custom” in Red Lacque. Matching jewel cabochon on the cap tassie. Round section with 18K medium nib. Near mint+.
$200

94
1992 Cartier “Pasha” cartridge/converter-fill in Lapis, with Fluted Silver Plate cap. Medium, 18K nib. Converter included. New-old-stock, mint with original label in original box with papers and instructions. Close-up photo of pen in box.
$650

95
1992 Cartier “Cougar” cartridge/converter-fill in Silver Plate Fluted. Black cabershon set into the very top & very bottom. GPT. Medium, 18K nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$400

96
1928 Carter’s #6 size LF in Chocolate Brown with White Specks (Beautiful). GFT. Medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$675

97
1930 Carter’s #2 size LF in Deep Jade (mint color!). GFT. Extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$375

98
1925 Carters #2 size Vest-pocket LF in Jade. GFT. Medium/fine, flexible nib. A ring of ambering at the top of the cap, otherwise near mint.
$125

99
1925 Century #2 LF in Blue with Cream Veins (beautiful). Set off with black ends. GFT, with “Floral” engraved clip. Medium/fine, flexible italic nib, signed “Century Pen.”
$125

100
1924 Conklin Durograph Crescent-fill in Cardinal Hard Rubber. Very rare transition pen between Conklin’s crescent fill pens and the new “Endura” lever-fill line they were about to introduce. Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Note: in every example known, including this one, the left side of the barrel imprint is a bit weaker than the right side. This is no doubt a factory defect in all these pens.
$2,500

101
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Black. Set off with inlaid red bands. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. Near mint++
$550

102
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Black & Bronze. Set off with inlaid yellow bands. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint
$500

103
1931 Conklin Nozac Standard 14-sided PIF in Red & Black Herringbone. GFT. Extra-fine/fine point. New-old-stock. Mint
$675

104
1935 Conklin #2 LF in Black & Pearl. Rare model, especially in this pristine color and condition! GFT. Fine point, with a tad of flex for cushioning. Just a hint of barrel ambering, otherwise near mint.
$250

105
1951 Conway Stewart Model 24 LF in Cracked Ice. GFT. Rarer model, with separated cap bands. Extra-smooth, broad nib. Near mint
$350

106
1999 Cross “Townsend” cartridge/converter-fill in Cardinal Red Lacquer. GPT. Medium nib. Converter included. Near mint. Retail $175
$135

107
1989 Dupont, S.T. “La Plume Ultime” cartridge/converter-fill in Fluted Silver Plate. Medium, 18K nib. Converter included. Near mint+
$200

108
1990 Dupont, S.T. “Montparnasse” cartridge/converter-fill in Barley pattern Silver Plate. Medium, 18K nib. Converter included. Near mint+
$400

109
1990 Dupont, S.T. “Fidelio” cartridge/converter-fill in Sterling Silver Fluted (alternating pinstripe and plain panels). Medium, 18K nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint
$450

110
1925 Eclipse #2 size LF in Deep Jade. GFT. Beautiful cap trim at derby. “Extra-smooth, medium, Warranted 14K nib.” Near mint+
$150

111
1925 Eclipse #4 LF in Coco Bolo (Red Woodgrain). Wonderful color! GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib.
$175

112
1930 Ford”s “Deluxe” Pencil in Deep Jade. Certainly made by the Sheaffer Pen Co! NP clip; GF cap band and nozzle. Near mint.
$65

113
1985 Hero Chinese Aerometric-fill Parker 51/61 look-a-like in Gold-filled. Alternating pinstriped and plain panels. Fine point. Near mint+
$100

114
1910 Mabie Todd Swan ED Sterling Silver Overlay on BHR. Very delicate relief “Vine & Petal” pattern. Extremely rare and beautiful. Early, over/under feed model. A tad of rubber oxidation, otherwise near mint in original signed velvet lined box (a bit threadbare). Close-up photo of pen in box.
$2,500

115
1915 Mabie Todd Swan #6 size LF in BCHR. GFT. Pen is near mint+, with deep, crisp chasing and imprints. The cap is imprinted at the top “Turn cap Tightly” with an arrow pointing to the left. Huge, medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$575

116
1927 Mabie Todd Swan L205/52 (#2 Size) Leverless in Bark Blue Marble (beautiful!). GFT. Broad, oblique (left foot) nib. Near mint.
$350

117
1929 Mabie Todd Swallow #4 size LF Pencilpen in Black & Pearl. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible, italic nib. Near mint+
$275

118
1929 Mabie Todd Swallow #4 LF Pencilpen in Jade. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint (including color) with original label!
$375

119
1929 Mabie Todd Swan “Leverless” (twist-fill) in Ivory with Black Veins (beautiful). Set off with black turning knob (knurled) and black derby. GFT. Fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint
$150

120
1929 Mabie Todd Swallow #4 size LF in Red Pearl Marble with Cream veins. “Swallow” was Mabie Todd’s mid level pen line. GFT. Unusual “Arrow” clip. Medium nib signed “14K Mabie Todd.” A tad of lever brassing, otherwise near mint.
$150

121
1932 Mabie Todd Swan Leverless 1042 (#4 size) in Blue Marble. GFT. Fine, flexible, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$250

122
1938 Mabie Todd Swan Visofil VT340/60 (#4 size) in Black. Mabie Todd’s answer to the Parker Vacumatic. Turning the knob at the very bottom of the pen expels a plunger which is pressed 4-6 times to fill the pen. GFT. An innovative, high quality pen. Medium/fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$300

123
1947 Mabie Todd Swan #2 Size LF in Silver Pearl Marble. GFT. Wonderful, medium, triple-flexible nib! A tad of brassing to the lever (the lever is gold-plate while the clip and cap bands are gold-filled), otherwise near mint.
$200

124
1924 Montblanc 12 ½ Octagonal Safety in 14K Solid Gold Overlay in “Barley” pattern. Stub, italic #1 nib. Cap indicia engraved “Frmgard” in nice script lettering. Near mint
$2,400

125
1935 Montblanc 20 Masterpiece Push-Knob filler in 18 KR overlay. Extremely rare! The Montblanc signed overlay has alternating plain, wave chased, & offset pinstriped panels. The cap and barrel are each divided into two equal sections by a raised, horizontally chased floral relief band. High relief foliate derby and signed clip. There are two very small tears to the overlay at the clip, and some brassing here and there. Oblique, broad nib. Excellent+
$1,000

126
1955 Montblanc 342 PIF in Green (rare color), and NO STAR on the clip screw (also quite rare)! Andy Lambrou writes in Fountain Pens of the World, page 164, “For the Middle East market Montblanc offered a choice of clip screws with or without the white star, this being somewhat similar to the Star of David.” The two imprinted stars on the cap band are “X”ed out as well. GFT. Medium/fine nib, with a tad of flex for cushioning. New-old-stock. Mint
$250

127
1959 Montblanc 142 PIF in Black CELLULOID (not the later, injection molded resin). The PIF 142 was replaced many years ago with the cartridge-fill model, making this model even more desirable! Visualated barrel. This is a user grade pen with a wonderful Montblanc 14K two-tone broad, italic nib, with a bit of flex as well. One cap lip crack and a few minor surface scratches. Excellent
$200

128
1959 Montblanc 146 PIF in Black CELLULOID (not the later, injection molded resin). A couple of minor crimps in the narrow cap bands, and a cap posting “ring” on the barrel. An excellent writer – has a great 14K one-tone double broad nib – with an italic flair! Excellent.
$350

129
1975 Montblanc Carrera 4-Color Ball Pen in Yellow. New-old-stock. Mint
$150

130
1975 Montblanc Carrera Repeater Pencil in Yellow. New-old-stock. Mint
$50

131
2000 Montblanc 144 Classique Solitaire Cartridge/converter fill in Sterling Silver Pinstripe. New-old-stock, mint with original label. 18K two-tone, medium/broad nib.
$300

132
1925 National Pen Products “Lincoln” #8 LF in Cardinal. GFT. The black top and bottom each set off nicely from the cardinal with a white band. Extra-smooth, medium nib, with a hint of flex. Near mint.
$250

133
1933 Osmia #6 size BF in Lapis. Incredibly beautiful color in this Duofold Sr. look-a-like. GFT. Broad, extra-flexible nib, with an italic flair. Parker bought Osmia in 1929 and produced Duofolds and other pens in Dossenheim. This example is from after the 1930 sale of the company back to the original owners. Look for the snake on the bottom end of the clip! Near mint+
$900

134
1926 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in BHR. GFT. Extra-smooth, broad nib. Wear to the “Lucky Curve” banner, otherwise near mint.
$250

135
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Cardinal (the “Big Red”). GFT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$425

136
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Jade. GFT. User grade pen (due only to the ambering, which is far less than most jade Duofolds), which is offset by the wonderful double-broad, italic nib!
$425

137
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Black & Pearl Moderne. GFT. Incredible example, with only the smallest hint of barrel ambering! Extra-smooth, fine point. New-old-stock. Mint
$1,000

138
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Lapis (white specks on blue background). GFT. Medium/fine nib. Just the slightest barrel darkening here and there – hardly noticeable. New-old-stock. Mint
$700

139
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Mandarin Yellow. GFT. Medium/broad nib, with a hint of flex. Wonderful example, in perfect condition, and has never seen ink!
$1750

140
1928 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Cardinal. GFT. Medium, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$150

141
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Jade. GFT. Medium/fine, flexible nib (Duofold flexible nibs are rare!). A bit of ambering, but far better than most, otherwise near mint.
$525

142
1929 Parker Duofold Sr. Streamline BF in Cardinal. GFT. Medium nib. Very rare model, made from an earlier “straight-sided” Duofold Sr. Parker took their leftover earlier stock and dealer trade-ins, and retooled them into the new streamlined models. This pen, while streamlined, is the length of the straight-sided, has the earlier “Banner” barrel imprint and the “screw-in” section (rather than the later friction-fit section). Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$400

143
1930 Parker Duofold Sr. Streamlined BF in Burgundy (red marble). GFT. Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$500

144
1930 Parker Duofold Jr. Streamlined BF in Black. Extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint [Buy with pencil below for $200]
$150

145
1930 Parker Duofold Jr. Streamlined Pencil in Black. GFT. Near mint [Buy with pen above for $200]
$75

146
1930 Parker Duofold Jr. Streamlined BF in Cardinal. Extra fine/fine nib. Serial numbered nib (807096), added by Parker primarily so students could tell their pens from others (and to stop “accidental” borrowing by others). Some imprint wear, otherwise near mint
$125

147
1930 Parker Duofold Sr. Streamline BF in Green & Pearl Moderne. GFT. User grade pen due to the cap and barrel ambering (far less than more examples found). Proper, but later, comb feed and “Arrow” nib (medium/broad). Except for ambering, near mint
$200

148
1932 Parker Duofold Sr. Streamline BF in Sea Green Pearl (rare color). GFT. Medium nib, with an italic flair. Near mint
$575

149
1935 Parker Vacumatic Junior in Green Marble. GFT. Very nice, highly visualated barrel. Medium, flexible nib (Vacumatic flexible nibs are rare). Near mint+
$200

150
1938 Parker Vacumatic Junior in Red Shadow-wave (rare color). GFT. Broad nib. Near mint
$250

151
1938 Parker Vacumatic Junior in Brown Shadow-wave (rare color). GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint
$250

152
1939 Parker Vacumatic Junior in Silver Shadow-wave. NPT. Medium nib. Near mint.
$185

153
1941 Parker Vacumatic Junior in Golden Laminated. Double jeweled model. GFT. Medium nib. A tad of cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$125

154
1945 Parker Duofold Vacumatic Slender in Blue, Black & Silver Striped. GFT. Rarer “V” nib (medium). Near mint
$115

155
1946 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Black. Brushed Lustraloy (Stainless Steel) cap. Surface mars in the brushing from use. Fine point. Excellent+
$75

156
1946 Parker Vacumatic Major in Silver Laminated. NPT. Two-tone XXX-fine nib (the “finest” I’ve ever seen!). Near mint+
$165

157
1948 Parker Vacumatic Standard in Black. New-old-stock. Broad nib. Mint
$150

158
1950 Parker 51 Signet Aerometric-fill in Gold-filled. Alternating pinstriped and plain panels. Medium nib. A few very minor surface scratches, otherwise near mint.
$200

159
1994 Parker Duofold Centennial cartridge/converter-fill in Cardinal. GPT. 18K, Fine point. New-old-stock. Mint in original wooden box with cartridges, converter and all papers (no outer box). Close-up photo of pen in box.
$250

160
1972 Parker 65 “Stratus” cartridge/converter-fill in Gold-filled. Part of the famous 3-part “Cloud” series. Double broad nib! Converter included. Black shell. New-old-stock. Mint. Buy all three for $800.
$300

161
1972 Parker 65 “Cirrus” cartridge/converter-fill in Gold-filled. Part of the famous 3-part “Cloud” series. Converter included. Dark Blue shell. Extra-broad, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Buy all three for $800.
$300

162
1972 Parker 65″Cumulus” cartridge/converter-fill in Gold-filled. Part of the famous 3-part “Cloud” series. Converter included. Black shell. New-old-stock. Mint. Buy all three for $800.
$275

163
1992 Parker Duofold International “Mock-Presidential” cartridge/converter-fill in Gold-plate. Never sold, and therefore very, very rare. Provided by Parker to their dealers as a sample of a 14K Duofold Presidential. Dealers could show to their customers to sell the Presidential, without their needing to tie up their inventory funds in the real Presidential, nor taking the risk of loss or damage. Where a Presidential barrel is stamped “14K” this barrel is stamped “Metal.” Medium nib. Converter included. Near mint+
$1,000

164
1995 Parker Duofold International cartridge-converter-fill in Fluted Sterling Silver. GPT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$375

165
1960 Parker “Flaminaire” Cigarette Lighter in Lustraloy (brushed Stainless Steel). New-old-stock, mint in original box with instructions. Unfortunately, the replaceable butane cartridges are no longer available, so the lighter cannot be used. Still, a wonder piece of Parker Pen Co, ephemera.
$20

166
1929 Pelikan First Year Pelikan PIF in Jade. Called a 100 in the collector community, but the pen wasn’t actually given a model number when first introduced. There are many special characteristics of the 1929 Pelikan, including the bandless cap, the cylindrical cap top, and the heart shaped vent hole in the nib. This is a near mint example, with no brassing, crisp cap imprints and turning knob knurling. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. A wonderful addition to anyone’s Pelikan collection.
$1,750

167
1932 Pelikan 100 PIF in Grey Pearl. GFT. Much rarer than the Green Pearl model (but not as rare as the solid black). Medium/fine point, with a touch of flex for cushioning. Near mint.
$450

168
1947 Pelikan Ibis PIF in Black. GFT. Introduced by Pelikan in order to capture a lower price point than the 100 and 100N models. Still, a high quality pen. . Nib is signed “IBIS CN.” “CN” is the chrome/nickel alloy Pelikan used when they couldn’t get gold for nibs. These are wonderful writing nibs. Fine point, with just a tad of flex. Very minor signs of use, otherwise near mint
$175

169
1948 Pelikan 100N PIF in Black. Much rarer than Green Pearl or Grey Pearl. GFT. The barrel has the Emege imprint, for the Portuguese distributor who added this so he would no longer have to repair under guarantee those pens not bought in Portugal. A rare version, in near mint condition. Fine, flexible, italic nib.
$500

170
1950 Pelikan 100N PIF in Green Pearl. GFT. Less common wartime version with fluted clip and single, wide chased band. Nib is signed “Pelikan CN.” “CN” is the chrome/nickel alloy Pelikan used when they couldn’t get gold for nibs. These are wonderful writing nibs. Broad, oblique (left foot) nib – near mint
$300

171
1953 Pelikan 100N PIF in Green Pearl. GFT. Awfully close to mint (probably has never held ink), and a broad, oblique (left foot) nib as well!
$300

172
1956 Pelikan 500NN PIF in Brown Striped with GF Pinstriped cap. Extra-smooth, fine nib, with a tad of flex for cushioning. Near mint
$550

173
1956 Pelikan 500NN PIF in Black with GF pinstriped cap. Fine point [other nibs available]. Near mint.
$500

174
1992 Pelikan M800 PIF in Black. GFT. Four available – all new-old-stock, mint with original label. [One with double-broad point; two with broad points; one with fine point]
$175

175
1999 Pelikan M800 PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Choice of medium or broad point. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with papers and outer sleeve. Close-up photo of pen in box.
$175

176
1925 Salz #2 size LF Ring-top Set in Green Pearl. Broad, extra-flexible nib. GFT. Near mint+ in original box. Close-up photo of pen in box.
$100

177
1925 Salz Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

178
1925 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance LF in Black & Pearl. Medium/fine nib. A hint of ambering, but really excellent overall color. A tad of clip ball brassing. Excellent+
$125

179
1928 Sheaffer Model 46 Flat-top LF in Cardinal. Quite rare, especially in this condition. Fine point. Near mint+
$250

180
1933 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Red Veined Grey. GFT. Medium nib. Just a tad of band and clip ball brassing, otherwise near mint+
$500

181
1933 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Green Marble. GFT.  Two available; one with medium nib, and one with fine nib. Near mint.
$350

182
1933 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Red Veined Grey. GFT. Medium/broad nib. Near mint+
$550

183
1933 Sheaffer Model 500 Feather Touch Balance LF in Golden Laminated. GFT. Full length pen. Fine point. Near mint
$125

184
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Silver Laminated. NPT. Extra-smooth, fine point. A few surface scratches in the cap trim, otherwise near mint.
$350

185
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Green Laminated. GFT. Extra-smooth, fine nib. A bit of lower edge brassing on the rear of the cap band, otherwise near mint.
$350

186
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Golden Laminated. GFT. Fine point. Near mint+
$325

187
1938 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance “Skyboy” LF Set in Red Laminated. “SKYBOY,” rather than “SHEAFFER,” is factory engraved onto each of the clips. Sheaffer Ads read: “SKYBOY – The Airplane Special.” Aeronautics were the “high-tech” achievement of the times! By the way, whatever special feature Sheaffer added to the pen (if any) to make it “The Airplane Special,” is currently unknown to the pen community. GFT. Extra-smooth, fine nib. Near mint+ in original box. Close-up photo of pen in box.
$175

188
1938 Sheaffer Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

189
1939 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance “875″ LF in Red Laminated. GFT. Visualated section. Two-toned, serial numbered extra-fine/fine nib (the serial number allowed the owner to protect his pen from theft by a fellow worker or student). Near mint+
$100

190
1955 Sheaffer Snorkel Demonstrator in Transparent. GFT. A perfect example! New-old-stock. Mint
$450

191
1970 Sheaffer “Nostalgia”cartridge/converter-fill in 14K Filigree Overlay on Black. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$800

192
1992 Sheaffer “Crest” Model 594 cartridge/converter-fill in Polished Palladium Plate. GPT. Fine, 18K nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint with original label, in original box. Close-up photo of pen in box.
$175

193
1992 Sheaffer “Crest” Model 595 cartridge-converter-fill in Sterling silver alternating straight line & barleycorn pattern heavily engraved into the cap and barrel. GPT. Fine point. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint with original label, in original box with all papers.
$300

194
1995 Sheaffer “Triumph Imperial” Model 727 cartridge/converter-fill in Gold-plate in alternating Pinstripe & Plain Panel pattern. See information on this model above. Fine point. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with original label.
$125

195
1995 Sheaffer “Triumph Imperial” cartridge/converter-fill in Gold-plate Barley pattern. While Sheaffer actually did use the Triumph (wraparound) nib on the Crest models above, they actually used inlaid nibs on the “Triumph Imperial.” Produced only for three years. Fine, 18K nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint in original box.
$150

196
1946 Soennecken 120 PIF in Black. GFT. Huge, wartime, alloy, medium/broad, extra-flexible nib. The alloy is gold, iridium & ruthenium. A smooth writer. Near mint
$200

197
1927 Wahl Eversharp #6 size Gold Seal Personal Point LF in Lapis. GFT. Medium nib. A tad of lower cap band and lever edge brassing, otherwise near mint
$450

198
1927 Wahl Eversharp #4 size LF in Lapis (Blue on Blue). GFT. Set off with G/F band at black bottom. “Crown” Soldier clip, which mounts at the top of the cap. Wahl “Signature” medium/fine, flexible nib. Lever, cap band and crown lip brassing. Excellent+
$125

199
1927 Wahl Eversharp #2 Vest Pocket LF in Rosewood HR. GFT. “Crown” Soldier clip, which mounts at the top of the cap. Extra-fine nib. Near mint
$175

200
1927 Wahl Eversharp #2 size LF in Rosewood HR. GFT. Rollerball clip. Two pinhead dings in band at derby. Generic “14K USA” medium nib. Excellent+
$125

201
1927 Wahl Eversharp #2 LF ring-top in Coral (Red with orange Specks). Set off nicely with black ends. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$100

202
1927 Wahl Eversharp #2 LF in Jade. Set off nicely with a black barrel end and black band and lighter jade insert at the derby. GFT. Medium nib, with a tad of flex for cushioning. Just a tad of ambering here and there, otherwise near mint.
$125

203
1927 Wahl Eversharp #4 LF in BCHR (rare). GFT. Just a tad of ambering, otherwise near mint+ with beautiful deep chasing. “Soldier” rollerball clip, which mounts at the top of the cap. Fine, extra-flexible nib.
$200

204
1927 Wahl Eversharp #6 size Gold Seal Personal Point LF in Rosewood. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint
$400

205
1927 Wahl Eversharp #6 size Gold Seal Personal Point LF in Black & Pearl. GFT. Some cap and barrel ambering makes this a user grade pen. But this is offset by it’s wonderful stub, italic nib (with just a tad of flex)!
$300

206
1927 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Deco Band Gold Seal Personal Point LF in Green & Bronze. Wahl’s top-of-the-line pen at the time. Medium, italic “Signature” nib. Near mint
$750

207
1930 Wahl Eversharp #3 LF in Sterling Silver. Wave Chased, pinstriped pattern. Extra-fine/fine nib. Near mint.
$125

208
1932 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised Vest-pocket size pencil in India Pearl (pinkish-orange with black veins). One of the rarest colors! A wonderful find. GFT. Near mint
$200

209
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric LF Set with #6 size fine, adjustable nib, in Blue Pearl Web. New-old-stock, mint in original box. Close-up photo of pen in box.
$350

210
1935 Wahl Eversharp Repeater pencil for above set.
Set

211
1942 Wahl Eversharp Skyline Executive LF in Brown. Cap is Golden Pearl with Red and Black stripes. This is the big one – far larger than the standard Skyline! Extra-smooth, medium/broad nib. A tad of brassing to the lever edges, otherwise near mint.
$250

212
1946 Wahl Eversharp Skyline Jr. LF Set in Blue Moderne Stripe. GFT. Medium, flexible, italic nib, Near mint
$175

213
1946 Wahl Eversharp Repeater Pencil for above Set.
Set

214
1946 Wahl Eversharp Skyline LF in Green Moderne Stripe. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium nib, with a tad of flex for cushioning. Near mint
$200

215
1949 Wahl Eversharp Symphony Deluxe LF in Green. Raymond Lowry designed. Polished Chrome “Wing” cap. Fine point, with an italic flair. Near mint.
$115

216
1908 Waterman #412 ½ Eyedropper-fill in Sterling Silver “Barley” on BHR. Very rare pattern. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$500

217
1908 Waterman #412 Eyedropper-fill in 999 Fine Silver “Art Nouveau” filigree overlay on BHR. Wonderfully rare and beautiful. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint (and almost 100 years old!)
$1,000

218
1917 Waterman #42 Continental Safety in 18K RG. Alternating “Barber Pole” spiral panels of white and yellow Rolled-gold filigree. Spirals separated by Barley edges. Repousse rose on crown; plain clip. Mint-in-Box with eyedropper. Spectacular! “Winged Nib” Hallmark on bottom of barrel, the sign of *Capra Guiseppi (Milan), the importer of Waterman into Italy, who had overlays added in various jewelry houses. Close-up photo of pen in box.
$3,000

219
1917 Waterman #42 Continental Safety in 18K RG. Barrel is a “Bark” pattern. Cap has relief “Fighting Cherubs.” Quite rare and beautiful. Near mint.
$3,000

220
1918 Waterman #412 ½ V Safety “Baby” Eyedropper-fill in Sterling Silver “Filigree” on BHR. Not restored. Near mint+
$400

221
1920 Waterman #56 LF Set in Cardinal. GFT. Fine, triple-flexible nib. New-old-stock, mint in original box (box says “Canada” but the set says “Made in USA.” An incredibly rare set in absolutely wonderful condition. GFT. Fine, triple-flexible nib. There is a very slight color change on the barrel where it is covered by the cap. Close-up photo of pen set in box.
$1,600

222
1920 Waterman Pencil for above set.
Set

223
1920 Waterman #442 ½ V Safety Eyedropper-fill in Sterling Silver “Night & Day” on BHR. Not restored. Quite a rare pattern. French Hallmarks. Broad, flexible nib. Near mint+
$500

224
1925 Waterman #542 ½ Eyedropper-fill in 18K Solid Gold “Croisillons” Overlay on BHR (diamonds outlined in engine-turned pinstriping). Rare pattern. 18K Gold Waterman’s are also quite rare. French Hallmarks. Extra-fine nib. Near mint+
$1,100

225
1925 Waterman 52 ½ V LF in Red Ripple. Rare model, with Gold-filled derby. Medium/fine, italic nib, with an italic flair. Near mint+
$150

226
1925 Waterman Pencil in Red Ripple, matching Model 52 or 52 ½ size pens. GFT. Near mint
$95

227
1925 Waterman 52 LF in Woodgrain. GFT. Medium/fine, italic nib, with a tad of flex for cushioning. Worn globe on lever box, otherwise near mint.
$125

228
1925 Waterman #32 ½ LF in Red Ripple. Rare size! NPT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint++
$275

229
1926 Waterman #5 LF “Red Band” in Red Ripple. The nib is signed “Red” and the cap has a red color band. Red signifies a medium nib with extra-flex. GFT. A tad of upper edge cap band brassing, otherwise near mint+
$350

230
1926 Waterman #5 LF “Pink Band” in Red Ripple. The nib is signed “Pink” and the cap has a pink color band. Pink signifies a fine, triple-flexible nib. GFT. Near mint+
$400

231
1926 Waterman 52 Vest-pocket LF in Rose Ripple. Very rare, and hard to find in such great condition! GFT. Fine, extra-flexible, italic nib. Near mint+
$575

232
1926 Waterman #5 LF “Grey Band” in Red Ripple. The nib is signed “Grey” and the cap has a grey color band. Grey signifies an oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Except for “Black,” certainly the rarest “color.” GFT. A tad of upper edge cap band brassing, otherwise near mint+
$750

233
1926 Waterman #5 LF “Brown Band” in Red Ripple. The nib is signed “Brown” and the cap has a brown color band. Brown signifies a fine, triple-flexible nib. GFT. Near mint+
$450

234
1927 Waterman Octagonal Continental Safety ED in 18K Rolled-gold. Octagonal Waterman’s are quite rare! Alternating panels of two different engine-turned wave chasing. Extra-fine, triple flexible calligraphy nib. Near mint
$700

235
1928 Waterman #51V LF in Red Ripple. Rare size! NPT. Stub, italic nib. Near mint+
$225

236
1929 Waterman Patrician LF in Onyx (Red Cream). GFT. The pen has some cap and barrel ambering, but far, far less than most examples found. No brassing, crisp imprint, no other problems at all. Medium, flexible nib.
$650

237
1929 Waterman Patrician LF Set in Nacre (Black & Pearl). New-old-stock. Mint in original Art Deco form fitted box. NPT. Even the cover of the box says “Patrician Nacre.” Probably the nicest color I have seen – no ambering or discoloring at all! Close-up photo of pen set in box.
$2,800

238
1929 Waterman Pencil for above set.
Set

239
1929 Waterman Patrician LF in Moss Agate. GFT. Wonderful, medium/fine, extra-flexible, italic nib. Brassing along the outside edges of the clip, otherwise near mint.
$1,250

240
1930 Waterman #7 LF “Red Band” in Black. The nib is signed “Red” and there is a “red” circular insert in the bottom of the barrel. These are rarer than the Red Ripple models. Red signifies a medium, extra-flexible nib. GFT. Near mint+
$225

241
1930 Waterman #94 LF in Steel Quartz (Silver Pearl with Red Specks). NPT. A few minor surface scratches on the trim, but this is more than overcome by the incredible fine, triple-flexible nib. Excellent+
$185

242
1931 Waterman #92 LF in Red & Bronze (beautiful!). GFT. Medium/fine, flexible, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$350

243
1932 Waterman #32 LF in Brown Cream. GFT. Medium/fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$200

244
1935 Waterman Ink-View Standard LF in Silver Ray. NPT. Waterman’s answer to the Parker Vacumatic! To fill the Ink-View, the lever is “pumped” several times. Fine nib, with a tad of flex for cushioning.
$250

245
1935 Waterman Ink-View Standard in Copper Ray. GFT. Medium/fine, extra-flexible, italic nib. See above for more information on the Ink-view filling mechanism. New-old-stock. Mint
$275

246
1945 Waterman Citation Taperite LF in Black. One of Waterman’s “hooded nib” models, in answer to the Parker 51. Was never very popular and is rare today. GFT. Fine point. Near mint
$75

247
1975 Waterman “Watermina” cartridge/converter-fill in Burgundy Lacque. This was a top quality Waterman pen at the time, with highest quality lacquer. Medium/fine 18K nib. New-old-stock. Near mint+ with original hanging tab. Converter included. List price when sold was $300.
$250

248
1985 Waterman “Gentlemen” cartridge/converter-fill in Sterling Silver Fluted. GPT. Fine point. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint
$300

249
1995 Waterman “LeMan” Specialty Twist-activated Ballpen in Olive Wood. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint
$150

250
1995 Waterman “LeMan” cartridge/converter-fill in smooth Sterling Silver. GPT. Medium/broad, 18K nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint
$750