Catalog 45 (December 2007)


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1
1905 Waterman 20 Eyedropper-fill in smooth Black Hard Rubber. Early, slip-cap model. During the second and third decade of the 1900s, pen companies competed to offer oversized pens. This is a wonderful example of Waterman’s largest pen! Also used, in association with the “World’s Smallest Pen” (see below) to attract attention in advertisements, to store window displays and Expositions. Early nib imprint (“Waterman Ideal New York” in circular design, followed by, “10.”). Medium/broad nib. Perfect color with no ambering. Red wax still present in the “20″ on the bottom of the pen. Near mint
$2250

2
1910 Waterman “World’s Smallest Pen” eyedropper-fill in Black Hard Rubber. Often called the “Doll Pen because one rests in Queen Mary’s doll house, on the King’s Library Table. Just over 1.5″ long and less than 1/8″ in diameter, this pen was actually produced by Waterman as a way for their salesmen to spend time with potential new accounts. Their salesmen would visit a druggist, jeweler, shop owner, to try to open a new account. The buyer would inevitably say that they didn’t need a new pen line and were happy with what they had. The salesman would now offer to show them the “World’s Smallest Pen” as long as he was there. This allowed more time and interaction together, and often resulted in a sale! Waterman then published in their in-house newspaper, the Pen Prophet, that they would produce these for sale by their vendors as a special order item only. Near mint, and extremely rare, especially in the original “coffin” box!.
$3500

3
1925 Anonymous Unknown Italian or German #1 size Safety Pen in BHR with wonderful Italian ornate Rolled-gold (Gold-filled) overlay. Repousse double arrow shaped geometric forms, some plain and some filled with roses, on a lightening-strike shaped barley filled background. Ornate scroll work surrounds a floral crown. Quite unique. Unrestored Extra-fine nib. Near mint.
$275

4
1925 Byers & Hayes #8 Size LF in Deep Jade (beautiful). GFT. A NYC pen maker, founded around 1920. While this is a very large #8 size pen, it is factory fitted with a nib signed, “Warranted 14KT 6,” which is actually a #4 size nib. The buyer looked like he had a top-of-the-line pen in his pocket, but actually spent considerably less than for a Parker or Sheaffer! Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$150

5
1930 Chilton Pencil in Deep Jade (beautiful). Flair derby. New-old-stock. Mint.
$85

6
1936 Chilton Wingflow Pneumatic-fill in Black with Sterling Silver Inserts. CPT. Medium, italic nib. Near mint.
$650

7
1936 Chilton Wingflow Pencil in Black with Sterling Silver Inserts. CPT. Near mint
$250

8
1905 Conklin C3 Crescent-fill in Red & Black Mottled Hard Rubber. Extremely rare, slip cap pen, in near mint condition. Medium, flexible, italic nib.
$700

9
1905 Conklin S4 Crescent-fill in Red & Black Mottled Hard Rubber. Extremely rare, slip cap pen, in near mint condition. Medium, extra-flexible nib.
$900

10
1920 Conklin No. 4 Crescent-fill in Cardinal Hard Rubber. As rare as the Mottled Conklins above are, a Cardinal Hard Rubber example is several-fold rarer! Correct black gripping section. Medium nib. A tad of brassing to the high points of the clip (very top, very bottom) otherwise near mint.
$1500

11
1920 Conklin 2 PNL Crescent-fill in Red & Black Mottled Hard Rubber. Quite rare, screw cap pen, in near mint condition. Fine, flexible nib.
$625

12
1923 Conklin #2 LF All Metal Set in Gothic pattern. Fine point. Indicia nicely engraved in script, “Mother.” The gripping section is also metal covered. A tad of wear to the metal at the nib edge of the gripping section, otherwise near mint++ in original box. Close-up photo in box.
$125

13
1923 Conklin Pencil for above set.
Set

14
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Sapphire Blue. Set off beautifully with inlaid red bands. GFT. Fine point. Near mint
$650

15
1927 Conklin #2 LF in Ivory with Green Veins. One of the much rarer Conklin colors. Note the white bands offsetting the black ends. Fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint
$575

16
1927 Conklin #2 LF in Ivory with Green Veins. Shorter than the example above, but actually rarer! One of the much rarer Conklin colors. Note the white bands offsetting the black ends. Fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint
$475

17
1927 Conklin Endura Standard LF in BLUE & Bronze, one of the rarest Endura colors! GFT. Medium/fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint*
$450

18
1931 Conklin Nozac Symetrik 5M Word Gauge PIF DEMONSTRATOR in clear transparent. Black gripping section, turning knob and cap. Extremely rare! Broad, flexible nib. Looks like it has never seen ink. I have not tried to fill the pen, but the piston mechanism seems to be working perfectly. Near mint+
$995

19
1935 Conklin (All American) #4 LF in Silver Pearl Web (sometimes called “Candystripe”). GFT. Broad, flexible nib, with an italic flair. Near mint
$325

20
1937 Conway Stewart Duro No. 30 BF in Smoke Blue Marble (beautiful). GFT. Broad, flexible Conway Stewart DURO nib (Duro nibs were used in the better Conway Stewart pens). A tad of clip ball brassing, otherwise near mint+
$325

21
1937 Conway Stewart Duro No. 30 BF in Blue Marble. GFT. Medium/fine, flexible Conway Stewart DURO nib (Duro nibs were used in the better Conway Stewart pens). A tad of imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint+
$300

22
1939 Conway Stewart 388 LF in Blue Marble. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint
$125

23
1951 Conway Stewart 36 LF in Black. GFT. Classically handsome, with it’s three cap bands, the middle one slightly wider! Medium nib. Near mint
$85

24
1951 Conway Stewart 570 Dinkie LF in Iridescent Green Pearltex. GFT. Fine Point. New-old-stock. Mint
$100

25
1951 Conway Stewart 12 LF in Green Pearl with Gold Veins (very unique Celluloid). GPT. Broad nib. Pen is new-old-stock, but there is some wear to the plating on the clip and the lever box. Excellent+
$85

26
1954 Conway Stewart 84 LF in Red with Gold Veins (beautiful). GPT. Medium nib. Near mint+
$150

27
1954 Conway Stewart 84 LF in Blue with Gold Veins (beautiful). GPT. Medium nib. A tad of brassing of the lever box, otherwise near mint
$125

28
1955 Conway Stewart 58 LF in Grey Pearl Lined Web (sometimes called “Candystripe”). GFT. Medium/fine DURO nib (Duro nibs were used in the better Conway Stewart pens). Near mint
$200

29
1955 Conway Stewart 58 LF in Cracked Ice. GFT. Early version, with less “ice” and darker veins (for comparison, see next item). Fine point. A tad of imprint wear (fully readable), or perhaps just a weak stamping, otherwise near mint
$450

30
1956 Conway Stewart 58 LF in Cracked Ice. GFT. Extra-smooth, broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$500

31
1956 Conway Stewart Executive 62 LF in Tiger’s Eye. GFT. While the pen was made in England, the rare, two wide banded Executive 62 was only sold in Australia! This helps explain its rarity… and this model is on one of their most beautiful finishes. Medium DURO nib (the Duro nib was reserved for the upper tier of Conway Stewart pens. Near mint+
$375

32
1956 Conway Stewart 76 LF Set in Green Herringbone. GFT. Fine nib with a tad of flex for cushioning. Near mint
$250

33
1956 Conway Stewart Pencil for above set.
Set

34
1912 De La Rue Onoto #2 Plunger-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. The chasing pattern is large hashmarks within a pinstriped background. Wonderful early example, with over-under feed. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with instructions. Close-up photo in box.
$125

35
1925 Diamond Point #8 LF in Red & Black Mottled. GFT. Unusual matching gripping section (rather than the more normal black section). Medium, flexible nib (signed “Warranted 5 14K”). Near mint+
$175

36
1910 Eagle All Metal 6-Sided Glass Cartridge pen in black. Very early cartridge fountain pen, complete with original glass cartridge with cork. Revolutionary for it’s time, but unsuccessful in the market because the feed was not yet perfected. Waterman used a very similar system 50 years later! Some wear, including to the plating of the nib, but still in great condition for what it is. Excellent
$50

37
1947 Edacoto 4 ½ LF in Black. GFT. An ultra-streamlined pen, and an engineering marvel! Hidden behind the visualated portion of the barrel is an extra ink supply. Operating the lever first fills the visualated barrel, then fills a bladder. When the ink in visible barrel is depleted, lift the lever and the sac releases the reserve ink for use. Edacoto was known as “The Pen of France.” Broad, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Close-up photo in box.
$250

38
1953 Eversharp Slim Ventura “Burp” Aerometric-fill Set in Gold-filled pinstriped. Manifold fine nib. Near mint++ in original box with labels and instructions. Close-up photo in box.
$100

39
1953 Eversharp Pencil for above set.
Set

40
1925 Good Service #4 Size LF in Jade. NPT. Broad point. Near mint.
$95

41
1925 Grieshaber #4 LF in Burgundy. GFT. Very smart looking, with extra bands set near the top of the cap! Fine, flexible nib with an italic flair. The pen could be new-old-stock, but it appears that there is an extra vent hole in the cap! Near mint+
$275

42
1925 Ideal #4 Vest Pocket size Italian Safety Pen in BHR with Rolled-gold (Gold-filled) overlay. Alternating plain and engine-turned wave chased pinstriping. Repousse floral & vine bands at the top and bottom of both the cap and the barrel. Repousse floral clip and cap crown. Quite beautiful! Medium, extra-flexible nib. Unrestored. One pin point ding in barrel, otherwise near mint.
$275

43
1924 Mabie Todd Swan 44 Eternal LF in Cardinal. GFT. Medium nib. Rare color, and wonderful condition! Near mint
$400

44
1924 Mabie Todd Swan #2 LF Pen-Pencil Combination in Ivory with Black Veins. GFT. Beautiful trim, with black bordered gold-filled bands. Cap engraved: “O.Y. Humphrey.” Medium/fine, flexible nib. Gorgeous color, perhaps a tad of ambering to the barrel.
$350

45
1926 Mabie Todd Swan 46 Eternal LF in Cardinal. Rare color, and very hard to find in a size this large! GFT. Fine point. Near mint
$650

46
1927 Mabie Todd Swan SM1/58 LF in Russet & Jade (Green & Bronze Pearl Marble). Sometimes called “camouflage.” NPT. Broad, flexible, italic nib. A few surface scratches on the clip, otherwise near mint
$175

47
1932 Mabie Todd Swan 54 Eternal LF in Ivory with Black Veins. GFT. A lovely vest pocket size pen sporting a fine nib with an italic flair. Some ambering of the cap and barrel. Excellent+
$95

48
1937 Mabie Todd Visofill Set in Golden Pearl. GFT. Like the Parker Vacumatic, remove the blind cap and pump the plunger to fill the pen. GFT. Wide cap bands are engraved, “From Azziz to Sam 1937.” Broad nib. Some lower edge brassing and minor dings to the pen band, and a tad of brassing to the clip balls. Excellent+
$250

49
1937 Mabie Todd Pencil for above set.
Set

50
1938 Mabie Todd Blackbird 5245 LF in Silver Pearl. NPT Medium, extra-flexible nib. A tad of wear to the barrel imprint (fully readable) and a few minor surface scratches. Excellent+
$100

51
1938 Mabie Todd Blackbird 5241 LF in Green Pearl. NPT. Medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$125

52
1950 Marchant Model 140 PIF in Bronze Pearl with Fire-engine Red Veins (beautiful). GFT. Very nice quality, French made pen. I acquired it because the color was exceptional! Extra-smooth, medium nib. Near mint
$150

53
1930 Monroe #4 LF in Black with Silver Pearl Rhomboid shaped Splotches (unique and beautiful). GFT. Gold-plated, fine, italic, signed “Monitor 4 Made in USA” nib. Near mint+
$95

54
1924 Montblanc 4B Safety pen in BHR. Long pen, with cap imprinted “Mont///Blanc” and the barrel imprinted “Simplo Original Montblanc.” Unrestored. Fine, flexible nib. Looks like it never held ink. Hard rubber slightly oxidized. Excellent+
$800

55
1935 Montblanc 322 BF in Blue Marble (extremely rare color). GFT. Medium, flexible nib with an italic flair. Could be new-old-stock. Near mint++
$1100

56
1935 Montblanc 124 PL Push-knob filler in Platinum. GFT. Broad, flexible “Ball Point” nib (large ball of iridium). Wonderful pen! Near mint+
$1500

57
1937 Montblanc 136 PIF in Black Celluloid. GFT. Stub, italic nib! A tiny bit of wear to the vertical lines in the long visualated barrel window, otherwise near mint
$900

58
1939 Montblanc 139 PIF in Black Celluloid. GFT. The largest pen made by Montblanc at the time, and one of the models most sought by collectors. GF trim, except for the outer cap bands which are Sterling Silver. Long visualated barrel window, complete with original vertical pinstriping. Medium/broad nib. Near mint
$2950

59
1939 Montblanc 138 PIF in Black Celluloid. GFT. Only produced for less than two years (1939-40) and only with a two-tone alloy nib (gold, iridium, palladium). This has an original 138 broad nib. Short, amber visualated window. Minor scratches to cap band visual with a loop, otherwise near mint.
$1500

60
1941 Montblanc 25 Masterpiece 12-sided Push-knob filler in Green Pearl. Very rare, especially in the “High-Top” model. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium, flexible, italic nib. Near mint
$1500

61
1946 Montblanc 246 BF in Tiger’s Eye (one of Montblanc’s most beautiful Celluloids). The largest size pen in this model line. GFT. Broad nib, with a tad of flex for cushioning. Near mint
$1500

62
1946 Montblanc 246 PIF in Green with Black Veins (rare color). GFT. Medium nib, with a tad of flex for cushioning. Near mint
$800

63
1950 Montblanc 342 PIF in Silver Pearl with Black Pinstriping (very unusual). GFT. This model was made for the Spanish market and does NOT have the white 5-pointed star in the derby (or anywhere else). Cap is factory imprinted both “Mont///Blanc” and “FABRICADO EN ESPANA POR E. WEISE.” Amber visualated barrel window (under cap). New-old-stock. Mint
$300

64
1950 Montblanc 244 PIF in Platinum, one of the most beautiful plastics used by Montblanc. GFT. Broad, flexible nib. Could be new=old-stock. Near mint++
$1100

65
1955 Montblanc 60 4-Color Ball Pen in 12-sided Chrome (Barley Pattern). Slide one of the four levers to propel the color refill you want. Spring loaded repel. New-old-stock. Mint [Also available: identical 4-Color Pencil with barrel imprint “Deutsch Kornbranntwein – Verwertungsstelle” This translates to the German Office for the Utilization of Corn Spirit. As best as I can find out, this is the German government agency responsible for the control of alcohol products and the reduction of consumption within the country. $150]
$200

66
1957 Montblanc 50 4-Color Ball Pen in 12-sided Chrome (Barley Pattern). Slide one of the four levers to propel the color refill you want. Spring loaded repel. New-old-stock. Mint
$200

67
1959 Montblanc 56 3-Color Ball Pen in 3-sided Chrome (Barley Pattern). Slide one of the three levers to propel the color refill you want. Spring loaded repel. Near mint
$150

68
1962 Montblanc 103 4-Color Ball Pen in Sterling Silver. 12-sided. Gravity feed (face one of the four different color dots toward the ceiling and press the cap to propel the color refill you want). Spring loaded repel. Refills readily available from Schmidt or Rotring. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$300

69
1955 Montblanc 22 PIF in Black. GFT. Blue visualated window between gripping section and barrel. Slip cap. Broad, flexible, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint
$150

70
1959 Montblanc 28 Ball Pen in Black. GFT. Propel/repel activating lever is located in the center of the clip. Near mint [buy with matching pen above @ $250]
$115

71
1955 Montblanc 206 BF in Coral Red (Montblanc pens in color are rare). GFT. Montblanc’s largest pen in this model line. Medium, flexible nib. A few minor scratches to the clip, otherwise near mint
$600

72
1955 Montblanc 82 PIF in Gold-filled. Alternating plain and pinstripe panels. Slip cap. Yellow visualated window between barrel and gripping section. Broad, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Could be new-old-stock. At the least near mint+
$400

73
1959 Montblanc 144 PIF in Black CELLULOID (not the more modern “Precious Resin”). Medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original “EF” (extra-fine) label.
$350

74
1959 Montblanc 31 PIF in Black. GFT. Blue visualated threads separating barrel and gripping section. Screw cap. Broad, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint
$150

75
1959 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black CELLULOID (not the more modern “Precious Resin”). The largest pen made by Montblanc at the time, and one of the models most sought by collectors. GF trim, except for the outer cap bands which are Sterling Silver. Short visualated barrel window (hidden by cap), complete with original vertical pinstriping. Extra-broad nib. Near mint
$1750

76
1971 Montblanc 124 PIF in Black. Gold-filled fully heavy pinstripe cap. Medium nib. Near mint
$200

77
1971 Montblanc 420 cartridge/converter-fill in Black. GFT. Converter included. Visualated window between barrel and gripping section. Medium nib with a tad of flex for cushioning. New-old-stock. Mint
$90

78
2007 Montblanc LeGrande Rollerball in Black. Platinum plated trim. List $355. New-old-stock. Mint
$250

79
1936 Omas Lucens Plunger-fill ring-top in Green Marble (rare model and rare color). Highly visualated barrel. GFT. Fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint.
$900

80
1936 Omas Lucens Plunger-fill Large in Black. GFT. Wide “Greek Key” middle cap band. Early version with “roller-ball” clip. Wide spiral visualated barrel. Fine, TRIPLE FLEXIBLE nib. Near mint
$2000

81
1937 Omas Lucens Plunger-fill Large in Black. GFT. Narrow spiral visualated barrel. Roller-ball clip. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$1100

82
1937 Omas Extra Lucens Faceted Vest Pocket Plunger-fill in Black. Very rare size! GFT. Wide spiral visualated barrel. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$800

83
1945 Omas Colorado double-barreled, double nibbed PIF in Black with “scissor” barrel configuration. NPT. Red dot & white dot on gripping sections so you know which side has which color ink. Incredible pen, almost never found in near mint+
$2250

84
1954 Omas 361 PIF in Black. Gold filled cap with alternating plain and fine pinstripe panels. It is fitted with an extraordinary nib, designed to write fine, flexible on one side and fine, firm on the other! New-old-stock. Mint in original box with guarantee. Close-up photo in box.
$600

85
1910 Parker 15 Eyedropper-fill in BHR with Abalone barrel and Gold-filled Filigree Cap. Incredibly rare and beautiful! Made at a time when all pens were black and manufactures adorned their pens to provide customers with greater choice and status symbols. Near mint+ with no dents, no brassing and the correct early nib with “Keyhole” vent hole!
$1750

86
1919 Parker #2 Jack Knife Safety BF ring-top in Gold-filled metal. Even the gripping section and threads are covered! One of Parker’s first pens designed not to leak, hence advertised as “as safe as a Jack Knife when carried in your pocket.” This model would have been on the end of a man’s watch chain or in a woman’s purse. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint
$175

87
1926 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Red (Cardinal). GFT. Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$200

88
1926 Parker Duofold Jr. BF Set in Red (Cardinal). GFT. Medium/fine point. Pen near mint+. Pencil with some clip ball and crown edge brassing.
$200

89
1926 Parker Pencil for above set.
Set

90
1926 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Mandarin Yellow. GFT. Early example, with YELLOW BARREL THREADS. Parker found their yellow plastics to be too fragile for threading, so manufacturing specs were changed to add 1/4″ of threaded black plastic between the yellow barrel and black gripping section. Finding a perfect example with yellow threads is highly unusual! A tad of wear in the very center of the imprint (or perhaps just a weak stamping), otherwise near mint. See matching pencil below. Broad point.
$1700

91
1927 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Mandarin Yellow. GFT. Canadian manufactured. Broad, flexible nib (very rare for a Parker Duofold)!! Just the slightest wear to the “Lucky Curve” on the second row of the barrel imprint, otherwise near mint+. See matching pencil below.
$1500

92
1927 Parker Duofold Sr. Pencil in Mandarin Yellow. Beautiful color, crisp barrel imprint and no clip brassing, but there is some brassing of the very top outer edge of the crown. One pin point ding in the crown. The companion piece to either pen above!
$300

93
1927 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Lapis (Blue on Blue). GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$400

94
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. “Big Red” BF in Cardinal.. GFT. Very respectable user grade pen. A bit of imprint wear (fully readable), knurling wear, and clip brassing. Making up for all this is a wonderfully extra-smooth medium/fine nib! Excellent
$175

95
1928 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Red (Cardinal). GFT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. Could be new-old-stock. At a minimum, near mint+
$150

96
1929 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Jade. GFT. This pen is absolutely mint with perfect color. You’ll never find a better one! Medium nib. Bladder removed, but can be re-installed at the buyer’s request. Medium nib.
$900

97
1929 Parker Duofold Jr. BF Set in Jade. Beautiful color! Pen barrel is a hardly noticeable half a shade darker than the cap and the pencil. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+
$200

98
1929 Parker Pencil for above set.
Set

99
1929 Parker True Blue BF. GFT. Extra-fine nib with a tad of flex for cushioning. Barrel a little darker where hidden by cap, otherwise near mint+
$250

100
1932 Parker Depression Era BF in Brown Cream (beautiful). This example manufactured in Canada. GFT. Medium, italic nib. Near mint
$275

101
1946 Parker Vacumatic Major in Green Laminated. GFT. Two-toned, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label,
$185

102
1947 Parker Vacumatic Major in Green Laminated. GFT. Two-toned, medium/fine nib. Near mint
$125

103
1937 Parker Royal Challenger BF in Red Herringbone. GFT, with the famous “Stepped Clip.” This is the smaller of the two versions in which this pen was made. Extra-smooth, fine nib. Could be new-old-stock. At a minimum, near mint+
$275

104
1940 Parker Duofold BF in Green Geometric (“Toothbrush”) pattern. NPT. Fine point, with a tad of flex for cushioning. A few surface scratches on the trim, a tad of imprint wear (fully readable), and a very small band of darkening just at the very top of the cap. Excellent
$125

105
1944 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Cordovan Brown. Double-jeweled model. 1/10 16K GF Cap in the alternating 4 pinstriped & plain panel pattern. Medium nib. Barrel imprint a bit weak (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$400

106
1944 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Black. Sterling Silver fully pinstriped cap. This style cap is quite thin and the rhodium plating is very fragile. It is almost impossible to find a mint-in-the-box example, such as this one! Medium/fine nib. Close-up photo in box.
$450

107
1945 Parker Vacumatic Major in Blue Laminated. GFT. One-tone, medium/fine nib. Near mint+
$125

108
1945 Parker Vacumatic Major Set in Black. GFT. One-tone, fine point. A few minor surface scratches, otherwise near mint.
$150

109
1945 Parker Pencil for above set.
Set

110
1945 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Black. Double-jeweled model. 1/8 14K GF cap in the alternating 4 pinstripes & plain panel pattern. Fine point. Near mint
$275

111
1945 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Black. 1/10 16K GF Cap in the alternating 4 pinstripe and plain panel pattern. Very rare “Apple” jewel! Extra-fine nib. Some minor surface scratches to the cap, otherwise near mint
$150

112
1947 Parker VS (“Very Special”) BF Set in Brown. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) caps. Aluminum filler button. Unusual model, Fine nib and an unusual CLEAR PLASTIC feed! Near mint +
$100

113
1947 Parker Pencil for above set.
Set

114
1947 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill Demonstrator. Unlike #136 below, this one with all parts made by Parker, with correct barrel imprint and date code. Brushed Lustraloy (Stainless Steel) cap. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Incredible condition!
$550

115
1947 Parker 51 Demi Vacumatic-fill in Cedar Blue. The Vacumatic-fill Demi was made for only one year before it was replaced with the Aerometric-fill model and is therefore quite rare. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap (with a few scuff marks). Medium/fine nib. Near mint+
$95

116
1948 Parker 51 Signet Aerometric-fill in 1/10 14K Gold-filled cap & barrel. Alternating plain and pinstripe panels. Extra-smooth, medium nib. Pliglass bladder is blue, showing the pen has been used, otherwise near mint
$295

117
1948 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Black. 1/10 16K Gold-filled fully pinstriped cap. Medium-fine nib. Perhaps used once or twice, as the pliglass sac is still partially clear. Near mint
$150

118
1950 Parker 21 Special Aerometric-fill in Red. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap, Medium/fine nib (Octanium). New-old-stock. Mint with original labels (one of the labels – probably the nib size – cannot be read).
$40

119
1950 Parker 41 Aerometric-fill Set in Hot Pink! Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) caps. Medium nib (Octanium). New-old-stock. Mint
$150

120
1950 Parker “Liquid Lead” for above set. Should be able to be used as a non-retractable ball pen.
Set

121
1950 Parker 21 Aerometric-fill in Green. Higher level model, with a smooth Gold-filled cap. Fine point. New-old-stock. Mint.
$65

122
1950 Parker 51 Flighter Aerometric-fill in Polished Lustraloy ( Stainless Steel). GFT. Fine point. Pliglass is clean, but pen has been dipped, otherwise mint.
$300

123
1950 Parker 41 Aerometric-fill in Midnight Blue. White cap with gold engine-turned “Fish Scale” design. Fine point (Octanium). New-old-stock. Mint
$150

124
1950 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill Set in Black. 1/10 12K GF Cap in the 5 converging pinstripes pattern. Fine point. New-old-stock. Mint with original labels.
$300

125
1950 Parker Cap activated Ball Pen for above set.
Set

126
1950 Parker 51 Special Aerometric-fill set in Navy Grey. Launched in 1950, the Special was a budget priced model. The cap was polished rather than brushed, and an Octanium nib was used, rather than 14K
$75

127
1950 Parker Pencil for above set.
Set

128
1951 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Forest Green (rare color). 1/10 12K GF Cap in the 5 Converging Pinstripe pattern. Medium/fine nib. Pliglass bladder is blue, showing the pen has been used, otherwise near mint
$150

129
1951 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Buckskin (Tan – rare color). 1/10 12K GF Cap in the 5 Converging Pinstripe pattern. Medium nib. Pliglass bladder is blue, showing the pen has been used, otherwise near mint
$175

130
1957 Parker 61 Presidential with 14K Solid Gold Smooth Cap & Barrel. Medium nib. Wick is blue, showing the pen has been filled. No dents or dings on the near mint+ cap & barrel. Original box. Medium nib. Close-up photo in box.
$1000

131
1957 Parker 61 Presidential with 14K Solid Gold Cap & Barrel. One of the famous pens produced in South America and very collectible today. Alternating plain and engine-turned wave-chased panels. Medium nib. Wick is blue, showing the pen has been filled. No dents or dings on the near mint+ cap & barrel.
$1000

132
1970 Parker 65 Coronet cartridge/converter-fill in Black. 1/5 12K GF Cap in a horizontally banded checkerboard type of pattern. Quite a hard to find model. Made in England. Medium nib. Near mint
$150

133
1976 Parker 61 “Stratus” cartridge/converter-fill in Gold-filled. One of the three famous “Cloud Series” pens. Medium nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint
$275

134
1979 Parker 180 cartridge/converter-fill in Red Lacque. GFT. Converter included. The pen with the odd long triangular shaped nib which writes two ways: first, fine, then turn the nib 180 degrees, and it writes broad! New-old-stock. Mint
$100

135
1995 Parker Duofold International Rollerball in Fluted Sterling Silver. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint in original box, with inner box and all papers, guarantee, etc. Long sold out and hard to find! Close-up photo in box.
$350

136
2000 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill Full Demonstrator. Rare to find both a transparent cap and barrel! Modern South American manufactured cap & barrel on vintage Parker 51 internals. Medium nib. New-old-stock.
$250

137
1935 Pelikan 100N PIF in Tortoise. GFT. Red Cap, inner cap and turning knob. Fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint.
$1250

138
1937 Pelikan 101N PIF in Tortoise with Matching Cap & Inner Cap and Red Turning Knob. GFT. Medium, flexible nib (other nibs available). Near mint.
$1200

139
1939 Pelikan 101N PIF in Cobra. GFT. Quite a rare color. A few have shown up lately without the matching cap – these never came out of the factory without both a matching cap and inner cap, as this one has. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$1700

140
1942 Pelikan IBIS PIF in Grey Marble. So rare, most folks don’t even realize that the IBIS was made in any color except Black! NPT. Visualated barrel (under cap). Rare broad, extra-flexible, wartime chromium-nickel, signed “IBIS CN” nib. Near mint. A must for any serious Pelikan collector.
$1250

141
1948 Pelikan 100N PIF in Grey Pearl (rare color). GFT. TRIPLE-BROAD nib . Near mint.
$375

142
1950 Pelikan 140 PIF in Green Stripe. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint
$100

143
1950 Pelikan 400 PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Double broad, italic, flexible nib. Near mint+
$175

144
1950 Pelikan 400 PIF in Brown Striped. GFT. Broad, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$200

145
1951 Pelikan 500 PIF in Brown Striped. GFT. Gold-filled cap in alternating plain and pinstripe panels. Matching Gold-filled covered turning knob. Medium/fine, flexible nib. One small ding in cap, otherwise near mint
$500

146
1951 Pelikan 400 PIF Demonstrator Set in Green Translucent. GFT. Very early example, as it does not have the internal metal cap clutch added later to stop the pen cap from cracking from the stresses of posting. Very rare and collectible! New-old-stock. Fine point. Mint in original box. Close-up photo in box.
$1000

147
1951 Pelikan Pencil for above set.
Set

148
1956 Pelikan 500NN PIF in Brown Striped. Gold-filled cap in alternating plain and pinstripe panels. Medium, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint
$500

149
1956 Pelikan 400NN PIF in Brown Striped. GFT. Fine nib, with a tad of flex. This one has the famous “Click Cap,” designed so the cap can’t come loose in your pocket. Near mint.
$200

150
1956 Pelikan 400NN PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Medium/broad, flexible nib with an italic flair. Near mint
$175

151
1966 Pelikan 30 PIF in Gold-filled pinstriped. Blue Visualated window between barrel and gripping section. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$150

152
2000 Pelikan M200 PIF Demonstrator in Amber Translucent. GPT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$125

153
2000 Pelikan M200 Roller Ball Demonstrator in Amber Translucent. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint
$125

154
1988 Pelikan M750 Sovereign Jubilee Anniversary LE in Sterling Silver Barleycorn. Visualated barrel (under cap). Medium point. New-old-stock, mint with original label
$350

155
1948 Reynolds Ball Pen in Polished Aluminum. For collectors only – there is no way to refill with ink to make it work. A wonderful example of the very famous Reynolds ball pen!
$75

156
1925 RONA #2 LF in Black with 7 vertical rows of small white rhomboids (look like polka dots from a short distance). GPT. Not a significant pen, but an absolutely wonderful plastic I have never seen before! Fine point, with a tad of flex. Some plating wear to the clip, otherwise near mint.
$75

157
1922 Sheaffer Lifetime Flat-top Large LF in Black Lined Hard Rubber (early, very rare model). GFT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. A bit of wear here and there, but overall close to near mint
$475

158
1922 Sheaffer #3 LF in Gold-filled “Engraved Vine” pattern (very rare). Medium nib. Just a touch of brassing at the outer edge of the round bottom edge of the barrel, otherwise near mint.
$900

159
1933 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Sr. LF in Black. Fine nib. Visualated gripping section. Near mint.
$150

160
1933 Sheaffer “3-25″ LF in Blue & Black with White Veins. GFT. Extra-fine nib. Near mint+
$350

161
1933 Sheaffer “3-25″ LF in Blue & Black with White Veins. GFT. Fine nib. A tad of clip ball brassing, otherwise near mint+
$400

162
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Ebonized Pearl. GFT. The largest pen Sheaffer made in this plastic. Visualated section. Medium/fine nib. Near mint
$500

163
1937 Sheaffer Feather Touch Balance (Thin) LF in Ebonized Pearl. GFT. Full length, but for those who like a thinner pen than the model above. The “Feather Touch” line was the same quality of the guaranteed “Lifetime” line, but came without the guarantee. Fine point. Near mint
$250

164
1945 Sheaffer Lifetime Triumph LF Set in Black. Gold-filled pinstriped caps. Medium/fine “wrap-around” nib. Near mint++ in original box with guarantee. Close-up photo in box.
$250

165
1945 Sheaffer Pencil for above set.
Set

166
1958 Sheaffer Lady Skripsert IX cartridge/converter fill in Fire Engine Red, with Gold-plate overlay with inlaid red enamel. New-old-stock. Mint, with original decal on pen shell. Two cartridges included. Fine nib.
$50

167
1958 Sheaffer Lady Skripsert IV cartridge/converter fill in golden wave-chased engine-turned pinstriping on black. New-old-stock. Mint in original box (with instruction), with original decal on pen shell. Two cartridges included. Medium nib. Close-up photo in box.
$50

168
1959 Sheaffer Imperial Sovereign Touchdown Set (Fountain Pen & Ball Pen) in Sterling Silver Diamond Cross Hatch. GFT. Medium/fine nib, with a tad of flex for cushioning. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$275

169
1959 Sheaffer Ball Pen for above set.
Set

170
1959 Sheaffer Imperial Sovereign Touchdown in Sterling Silver Diamond Cross Hatch. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint
$150

171
1959 Sheaffer Imperial Sovereign Ball Pen – Pencil Set in Sterling Silver Diamond Cross Hatch. GFT. Near mint
$200

172
1959 Sheaffer Pencil for above set.
Set

173
1959 Sheaffer Imperial Sovereign Roller Ball in Sterling Silver Diamond Cross Hatch. GFT. Near mint
$125

174
1959 Sheaffer PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Blue with Gold-filled cap. Fine point. A few minor surface scratches on the cap, otherwise near mint.
$475

175
1960 Sheaffer Compact II Cartridge-fill in Burgundy, with visualated barrel. GFT. Sheaffer’s first cartridge-fill pen. The visualated barrel was eliminated in 1961 in favor of a solid barrel, making this version very rare, especially new-old-stock with original decal. Fine point. Mint in original box. Close-up photo in box.
$65

176
1976 Sheaffer Targa cartridge/converter-fill in Sterling Silver “Small Squares” pattern. CPT. Broad point. Near mint+
$200

177
1933 Soennecken 307 PIF in Black. GFT. Clear visualated barrel (under cap). Medium/broad, italic nib. Near mint++
$125

178
1954 Soennecken 111 Superior in Dark Tortoiseshell Herringbone. GFT. Has the famous “Click” locking piston system which can’t be turned accidentally! Fine, flexible nib. Near mint
$875

179
1995 Tiffany Ball Pen – Pencil Set in Smooth Sterling Silver. Has the famous Tiffany “T-Clip.” New-old-stock. Mint in original Tiffany pouch and box. Close-up photo in box.
$200

180
1995 Tiffany Pencil for above set.
Set

181
1999 Visconti Anniversary Voyager PIF in Coral Red celluloid. Sold out edition! Sterling Silver trim. 18K medium nib. Has been filled, but still near mint. List price was $600
$400

182
2005 Visconti Vienna PIF with Silver Filigree Scroll work on a Black resin background (beautiful). Sterling Silver trim. Medium nib. Filled once (and flushed), otherwise new-old-stock, mint in original box. List $450. Close-up photo in box.
$250

183
1920 Wahl Eversharp #4 All Metal LF in Gold-filled fine pinstriped. Barrel indicia engraved, “O.Nelson.” Medium/broad, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock, mint in original box. Close-up photo in box.
$200

184
1927 Wahl Eversharp Gold-Seal Personal Point LF in Black & Pearl. GFT. Extra-fine nib. Minor ambering of both the cap and barrel, otherwise near mint.
$300

185
1927 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Deco Band LF in Black. GFT. Medium/fine signed “Manifold” nib. Near mint
$525

186
1928 Wahl Eversharp #2 Signature LF in Rosewood. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Made to compete with Waterman’s Ripple and Woodgrain models. Rollerball clip. Near mint.
$250

187
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric Silver Seal LF in Smoke Grey (Black with Silver Pearl Veining). NPT. Wonderful #7 Adjustable nib! Near mint
$450

188
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric LF in Morocco (Red Pearl with Black Veins). GFT. This is the full size Doric. Medium, flexible nib. A minor surface scratch here and there, otherwise near mint.
$325

189
1942 Wahl Eversharp Skyline Jr. BF in Blue Moderne Stripe. GFT. Extra-fine nib. Minor specks of brassing on the two clip edges, otherwise near mint.
$100

190
1943 Wahl Eversharp Skyline LF in Dark Green. Gold-filled fully Horizontally chased cap. Rarer version, with Gold-filled Crown. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint [matches pencil below]
$85

191
1943 Wahl Eversharp Skyline Repeater Pencil in Dark Green with gold-filled fully horizontally chased cap. Deluxe model with gold-filled push button (rather than in matching green). New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$50

192
1943 Wahl Eversharp “Fifth Avenue” LF Set in Burgundy. 14K Solid Gold Caps! The Fifth Avenue has a hooded nib, and was meant to be Eversharp’s answer to the very successful Parker 51. It is reasonably hard to find today. Medium nib. Near mint
$300

193
1943 Wahl Eversharp Pencil for above set.
Set

194
1945 Wahl Eversharp All Metal Pencil in Brown. GFT. Odd teardrop shaped clip with six feathers (a copy of Parker’s clip?). Barrel has a recessed gold-filled star with inlaid white enamel (was this made for the military?). New-old-stock. Mint
$95

195
1900 Waterman 504 Eyedropper-fill in 14K Solid Gold. Rare “Wreath” design. Engraved, “1161 – 1061 E.F.F.” This pen was probably never out of its box, as there is no sign of wear or that the cap has ever been posted! Mint in original box. Close-up photo in box.
$2500

196
1900 Waterman 22 Taper Cap eyedropper-fill in 9K Solid Gold Fluted Pinstripe. Clear indicia. Very rare model with a finial crown! I had never seen this before so my research actually took me to a pen book published only in Japanese where I was able to find another example of this very rare pen. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$2500

197
1908 Waterman 416 Eyedropper-fill in Sterling Silver “Filigree” Overlay on BHR. It’s very hard to find examples of this pen in such a large size, especially in near mint condition! Medium, flexible, italic nib.
$1500

198
1910 Waterman 412 SF Sleeve-filler in Sterling Silver Filigree Overlay (“SF” stands for “Self-filler” rather than “Sleeve-filler”). Early, clipless model, and sans barrel imprints. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$2000

199
1915 Waterman 0512 ½ P.S.F. (Pocket Self Filler) LF in Gold-filled “Oriental” Pattern (one of the rarest patterns). The P.S.F. was Waterman’s first lever-filled pen. About two years later, the lever remained, while use of the P.S.F. term was dropped. Fine, extra-flexible nib. A tad of brassing of the clip, otherwise near mint.
$900

200
1915 Waterman 456 LF in Sterling Silver “Filigree” over BHR. Extremely hard to find in any size over 454! Six size lever-fill filigrees are almost unheard of! Fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint
$2500

201
1915 Waterman 452 ½ L.E.C. (Long Extended Case) LF in Sterling Silver “Pansy Panel” Overlay. Medium, extra-flexible nib with an Italic flair. Near Mint
$450

202
1917 Waterman 42 Continental Safety in18 Karat Rolled-gold Overlay on BHR. Alternating plain & engine turned pinstripe panels, with “fish” design formed within pinstripes. Fully covered barrel, including threads & turning knob (very unusual). Also very unusual is the band of raised sapphires surrounding the cap, bordered by rows of repousse roses! A few minor dings in the smooth bottom 1″ of the barrel, otherwise near mint.
$1200

203
1917 Waterman 42 Continental Safety in 18 Karat Rolled-gold Overlay on BHR. Fully engine-turned barley pattern, with alternating panels of White, Yellow & Rose rolled-gold. Tri-color pens are extremely rare! Two rows of repousse roses at top of cap. Repousse crown & clip. Unrestored. Near mint
$1500

204
1917 Waterman 42 Continental Safety in 18 Karat Rolled-gold Overlay on BHR. Alternating engine-turned wave chased, plain & pinstripe panels. Center or barrel has wide repousse band of stars on a pebble background. Wide matching band at top of cap. Repousse crown & clip. Smooth barrel end engraved in Olde English, “C.E. 4-10-1931.” Unrestored. Extra-fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$1100

205
1917 Waterman 42 Continental Safety in 18 Karat Rolled-gold Overlay on BHR. A series of parallel 1/2″ tall horizontal smooth “waves” encircling the barrel which is otherwise barley. Matching cap. Smooth Crown. Geometric lines on clip. Medium, flexible nib. Unrestored. Near mint
$500

206
1920 Waterman 452 LF in Sterling Silver “Pansy Panel” Overlay on BHR. Fine, triple-flexible nib! Near mint
$450

207
1920 Waterman (05)52 ½ LF Set in “Royal Plate” (gold-filled) Octagonal metal over BHR. Panels are alternating “Gothic” (checkerboard) and fine pinstriping. Rare and unusual model, especially with matching pencil! Medium, flexible, italic nib. Near mint
$1100

208
1920 Waterman Pencil for above set.
Set

209
1920 Waterman (4)52 ½ LF in Sterling Silver “Night & Day” Overlay. This is Waterman’s French Night & Day design, using much longer panels than the US made version. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Light ambering inside panels, otherwise near mint.
$1000

210
1920 Waterman 452 LF in Sterling Silver “Gothic” Overlay. Extra-smooth, medium, flexible nib. Near mint+
$450

211
1920 Waterman 0552 LF in Gold-filled “Pansy Panel” Overlay. Fine, flexible nib! Near mint+
$350

212
1923 Waterman 75 Eyedropper-fill HOLY WATER SPRINKLER in BHR. Any member of the Waterman “7x” family (eyedropper-fill with screw cap) is rare, and because so few Holy Water Sprinklers were manufactured, it is among the rarest! NEw0old-stock. Mint
$400

213
1925 Waterman 52 LF in Red Ripple. GFT. Very rare specialty nib, with upturned tines and a heavy ball of iridium, imprinted: “BALLPOINT WATERMAN’S IDEAL NEW YORK 2.” Medium/broad, flexible. New0old0stock. Mint
$275

214
1925 Waterman 0552V LF in 18 Karat Rolled-gold. Sweeping smooth geometric designs on an otherwise barley background. Smooth crown, Repousse “vine” clip. Lever-fill Continental Overlays are rare! Fine, extra-flexible nib.
$500

215
1926 Waterman 52 1/2V LF ring-top in Red Ripple. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint. Buy with pencil below to complete the set.
$75

216
1926 Waterman 52 1/2V ring-top Pencil in Red Ripple. GFT. Near mint. Buy with pen above to complete the set.
$20

217
1928a Waterman 94 LF in Olive Ripple. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+
$450

218
1928 Waterman 94 LF in Olive Ripple. Extra-smooth, fine, flexible nib. A touch of brassing of the upper edge of the cap band, otherwise near mint+
$450

219
1928a Waterman 94 Pencil in Olive Ripple. GF clip and 9K Solid Gold cap band. Can also be used as a companion to the pen above. A bit of wear to the imprint (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$100

220
1930 Waterman 94 LF in Blue & Cream. NPT. Medium, extra-flexible nib, with an italic flair. A few surface scratches to the trim, otherwise near mint.
$275

221
1936 Waterman Lady Patricia Ink View Vacuum-fill in Grey Lace. NPT. The Ink-View was Waterman’s answer to the Parker Vacumatic. Instead of a plunger, there is a lever which is “pumped” several times to fill the barrel with ink. Medium, flexible, italic nib. Near mint+
$150

222
1936 Waterman Lady Patricia Ink View Vacuum-fill in Red Lace. NPT. See above for description of the Ink-View. Fine, flexible nib with an italic flair. Near mint
$150

223
1935 Waterman Ink-View Deluxe Vacuum-fill in Copper Ray. See above for a description of the Ink-View filling system. The “Deluxe” was the top-of-the-line model. Fine, flexible nib with an italic flair. One pinpoint mark in the cap band, otherwise near mint.
$550

224
1936 Waterman 0552 Streamlined (rare) LF in Gold-filled “Sheraton” Overlay on BHR. Indicia engraved, “Albert Del Viscovi.” Very Art Deco looking! Pen shows some wear, so I will call it user grade. Fortunately, it has a wonderful STUB, ITALIC, FLEXIBLE nib!
$250

225
1936 Waterman 52V LF in Persian. GFT. This is the model with the unusual die cut cap band, giving the pen a highly Art Deco look! Fine, TRIPLE FLEXIBLE nib. A tad of barrel ambering and a surface mar here and there. Excellent+
$150

226
1945 Waterman “Junior” #2 PISTON-FILL! Yes, Waterman did make a piston fill pen, and even with a visualated barrel! NPT. Fine nib, with a tad of flex for cushioning. New-old-stock. Mint
$175