Catalog 52 (September 2009)


Welcome to archived Catalog #52, here for research and reference purposes only. None of these pens are still for sale. For pens currently for sale, please go to the “Active Catalog” portion of our website. Thank you very much

Extraordinary Vintage Pens

1
1930 Waterman 494 LF in sterling silver “Bayleaf” overlay. One of Waterman’s most beautiful patterns. Rare. Fine, stiff nib. Near mint.
$2500

2
1920 Montblanc 0 “Baby” Safety eyedropper-fill in BHR. An extremely hard model to find, especially in its signed original box. Perfect imprint, knurling and star. Fine nib. Unrestored. Near mint. Close-up of pen in box.
$1200

3
1926 Montblanc 35 LF Chef D’Oeuvre in BHR. GFT. “Chef D’Oeuvre” is French for “Meisterstuck” and was used on the caps of Meisterstuck pens MB made for the French market. MB lever-fill pens are extremely rare, this one triply so, due to it’s large size, the markings for France, and it is the top-of-the-line model. Correct MB 18CT nib. At one time the pen had an accommodation clip, which has left some scuff marks near the top of the cap tube, otherwise near mint.
$2000

4
1915 Parker 24 “Click Filler” in Black Hard Rubber. One of the rarest Parkers, and highly sought by collectors. No oxidation of the rubber, but some wear to the left half of the barrel imprint. Medium/broad, flexible nib.
$1600

5
1903 Conklin Model “M51" #5 size Taper-cap Crescent-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Set off beautifully with two wide gold-filled repousse barrel bands. Very rare, early model in outstanding condition!
$1700

6
1922 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Cardinal Hard Rubber. Very rare, first year bandless model, with the largest of the three sizes of barrel imprints. Extremely rare, especially in new-old-stock, mint condition. Most of the early bandless Duofold caps cracked due to posting. This is an outstanding example. GFT. Fine point.
$675

7
1928 Osmia Supra Extra BF in Lapis. GFT. Of Osmia’s four Supra sizes, the Extra is the largest. A very rare and beautiful pen! Broad, extra-flexible nib. A tad of imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$1000

8
1933 Pelikan 112 PIF in 14K Solid Gold Cap & Barrel. Alternating narrow plain & wide pinstripe panels (center stripes are wavy). Different pattern than below. Knurled turning knob. Amber barrel window. Cap engraved: "A Miguel A. Roque Los Empleados de Contabikidad del Puerto de Bs. As – 16-10-36.” Fine, flexible nib. No dents or dings. Near mint.
$3250

9
1933 Pelikan 112 PIF in 14K Solid Gold Cap & Barrel. Alternating wide & pinstripe panels (center stripes form a row of “diamonds” within the pinstriping). Different pattern than above. Amber celluloid barrel window. Knurled turning knob. Medium nib. No dents or dings. Near mint.
$4000

10
1939 Montblanc 139 Masterpiece PIF in Black with outer Sterling Silver Cap Bands (otherwise GFT). Very rare! Long visualated barrel window. Fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint+ (might be new-old-stock).
$3000

Parker Vacumatic - Featured Vintage Pen - Parker Vacumatic

11
1935 Parker Oversize Vacumatic in Silver Laminated. NPT. Two-toned, fine nib. Matching gripping section and end jewels. Near mint. [Two available, the second, 1934, with medium/fine nib.]
$425

12
1937 Parker Oversize Vacumatic in Golden Laminated. GFT. Two-toned, medium/broad nib. Matching gripping section and end jewels. Near mint.
$475

13
1940 Parker Sr. Maxima Vacumatic in Silver Laminated. NPT. Matching jewels. Two-toned, medium nib. Near mint.
$400

14
1941 Parker Sr. Maxima Vacumatic in Blue Laminated. This was the last color added to the Sr. Maxima line (actually called Maxima Mark II in 1941) and the rarest, as it was only made for this one year. GFT. Double-jeweled. Two-toned, medium nib. Near mint. [Two available, the second with a fine nib]
$950

15
1941 Parker Sr. Maxima Vacumatic in Green Laminated. GFT. This is actually a transition model, with a 1941 date code on the barrel and a 1942 “narrow band” cap. We tend to think that all model transitions were made on January 1, but of course this wasn’t the case. If an old model cap ran out before the old model barrels, we know that new model caps were used on the older barrels. Double-jeweled. Two-toned, medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$500

16
1942 Parker Senior Maxima Vacumatic in Golden Laminated. GFT. The complete 1942 model, with single jewel and narrow cap band. Two-toned, fine nib. Near mint.
$450

17
1936 Parker Standard Vacumatic Set in Red Laminated. GFT. Matching section and jewels. Two-toned, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

18
1936 Parker Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

19
1934 Parker Standard Vacumatic in Silver Laminated. NPT. Matching jewels. Two-tones, medium/fine, extra-flexible nib (flexible Vacumatic nibs are very rare!). Canadian manufacture. Near mint.
$275

20
1937 Parker Slender Vacumatic in Green Laminated. GFT. Matching gripping section and jewels. Two-toned, medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$135

21
1937 Parker Slender Maxima Vacumatic in Green Laminated. GFT. Matching gripping section and jewels. Wide cap band. Two-toned, fine nib. Near mint.
$350

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!

22
1937 Parker Slender Maxima Vacumatic Set in Golden laminated. Wide cap bands, imprinted “PARKER VACUMATIC.” In 1937 the 3-banded “Oversize” was replaced with the wide single banded Sr. Maxima, and the Slender Maxima was introduced, a narrower version of the Sr. Maxima, also with a wide cap band. The earliest models of the Sr. Maxima and Slender Maxima have “PARKER VACUMATIC” imprinted on their cap band. Very rare! GFT. Matching gripping section and jewels. Two-toned medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$1500

23
1937 Parker Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

24
1940 Parker Slender Maxima Deluxe Vacumatic Set in Golden Laminated. GFT. Very rare, extra-wide, horizontally chased cap bands, sometimes called the “stacked coin” bands. Special design, made for sale in jewelry stores, so they had a special model and didn’t compete with the pen shops (discontinued in 1941). Two-toned, medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Close-up of set in box.
$300

25
1940 Parker Twist operated pencil for above set.
Set

26
1940 Parker Major Deluxe Vacumatic in Blue Laminated. GFT. Rare, horizontally chased “Stacked coin” cap band (see pen above for more information). Two-toned, fine nib. Exceptional barrel transparency. Near mint.
$200

27
1937 Parker Major Vacumatic in Golden Laminated. GFT. Wide cap band, imprinted “PARKER VACUMATIC.” Quite rare! Matching jewels. Two-toned, medium nib. Near mint.
$850

28
1935 Parker Juniorette Vacumatic in transparent Green Marble. GFT. Far above average barrel transparency. Medium nib. Near mint.
$150

29
1936 Parker Juniorette Vacumatic in transparent Red Marble. GFT. Two-toned, medium, extra-flexible nib (flexible Vacumatic nibs are rare!). Some imprint wear, otherwise near mint.
$150

30
1938 Parker Juniorette Vacumatic in Green Shadow-Wave. Rare model. GFT Medium, extra-flexible nib (Vacumatic flexible nibs are rare!). Near mint. [Two available, the second with a medium nib, at $175]
$200

31
1937 Parker Juniorette Vacumatic in Black. GFT. Rare, RETICULATED WEB, barrel, and with extraordinary translucency as well! Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$225

32
1938 Parker Junior Debutante Vacumatic in Burgundy Shadow-wave. Only in 1938 was this called the “Junior Debutante” – in 1939 the name was changed to just “Debutante.” Made for the a Spanish speaking market (ie., Spain, Brazil, Argentina), as the barrel is factory marked “Marca Registrada.” Medium/fine, extra-flexible nib (flexible Vac nibs are very rare!). A hint of imprint wear (“Made in USA” a bit hard to read), otherwise near mint.
$200

33
1938 Parker Major Vacumatic in Golden Laminated, with “STAR” clip (instead of a blue diamond). 1n 1938, the "Split-Feather Clip" was introduced, with the name "Parker" running vertically through the feathers. Pens appeared 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 this switch, the remaining stock of star clips were used on pens sold in military PXs. Two-toned, broad nib. Matching jewels. Near mint.
$250

34
1939 Parker Major Vacumatic Set in Emerald Laminated. GFT. Double-jeweled. Made for the a Spanish speaking market (ie., Spain, Brazil, Argentina), as the barrels are factory marked “Marca Registrada.” Two-toned, medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$275

35
1939 Parker Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

36
1941 Parker Major Vacumatic in Emerald Laminated. GFT. Double-jeweled. Two-toned, medium/fine nib. Near mint
$175

37
1941 Parker Major Vacumatic in Golden Laminated. GFT. Double-jeweled. Two-toned, fine nib. Near mint.
$175

38
1940 Parker Vacumatic in Black. GFT. Canadian manufacture. Odd, 1940 model with three cap bands. Two-tone, medium nib, with just a tad of flex. The smallest amount of imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$125

39
1946 Parker Major Vacumatic Set in Golden Laminated. GFT. Two-tone medium nib. New-old-stock, with above average barrel transparency. Mint in original box. Close-up of set in box.
$225

40
1946 Parker Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

41
1945 Parker Major Vacumatic in Green Laminated. GFT. Two-toned, medium/fine nib. Near mint. [Two available, the second with a fine nib]
$125

42
1945 Parker Major Vacumatic in Blue Laminated. GFT. Two-toned nib. Near mint. Four available, let us know the nib you would like..
$150

43
1944 Parker Major Vacumatic in Golden Laminated. GFT. Extra-fine nib. Near mint.
$125

44
1945 Parker Major Vacumatic in Black Laminated. GFT. Far above average barrel transparency. Extra-smooth, extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

45
1946 Parker Junior Vacumatic in Black Laminated. GFT. Canadian manufacture. Above average barrel transparency. Medium nib. Near mint+
$125

46
1946 Parker Major Vacumatic Set in Silver Laminated. NPT. Medium/broad nib. Near mint.
$175

47
1946 Parker Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

48
1943 Parker Debutante Vacumatic Set in Blue Laminated. The Debutante has a chevron pattern on its cap band. GFT. Two-toned, medium/fine nib. Near mint+
$125

49
1941 Parker Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

50
1942 Parker Sub-Debutante Vacumatic Set in Blue Laminated. The Sub-Debutante has a narrow, plain cap band. GFT. Fine point. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Close-up of set in box.
$125

51
1941 Parker Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

52
1945 Parker Junior Vacumatic in Green Laminated. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$125

53
1944 Parker Duofold Vacumatic Standard in Blue, Silver & Black Striped. GFT with “Herringbone” design cap band. Extra-fine “V” nib. Near mint.
$150

54
1941 Parker Senior Striped Duofold Vacumatic in Green, Bronze and Black Striped. GFT, with three cap bands, the middle band substantially wider. Extra-smooth, medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$175

55
1941 Parker Major Duofold Vacumatic in Green, Bronze and Black Striped. GFT, with wide, chased “lll////lll” cap band. Medium nib. Near mint. [Two available]
$175

56
1942 Parker Duofold Vacumatic Jr. in Blue, Silver & Black Striped. GFT with 2 GF cap bands. Fine nib. Near mint
$150

57
1940 Parker Duofold Sub-Deb Vacumatic in Green, Bronze and Black Striped. Parker described the Sub-Deb as “… a little smaller and daintier, suitable for a Lady’s hand.”GFT, with 2 GF cap bands. Medium nib. User grade pen, with two scratches over the barrel imprint, which is worn in the center. Excellent.
$75

Waterman Lady Patricia Vintage Pens and Pencils

58
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia LF in Gold-filled “Basket Weave” in BHR. Medium, flexible nib. Barrel indicia engraved: “AT.” Near mint.
$600

59
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia LF in Sterling Silver “Bayleaf” on BHR. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$1250

60
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia LF Set in Sterling Silver “Basket Weave” on BHR. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Indicia engraved: “JTR.” Near mint.
$800

61
1929 Waterman Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

62
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia LF in Gold-filled “Gothic” pattern on BHR. Indicia engraved: “Lucille Stanton.” Near mint.
$500

63
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia Pencil in Sterling Silver “Sheraton” Pattern. Near mint.
$200

64
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia Ink-Vue LF Set in Sunset Red. CPT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$250

65
1929 Waterman Twist Activated pencil for above set.
Set

66
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia LF Set in Moss Agate. GFT. Medium/fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$300

67
1929 Waterman Twist Activated pencil for above set.
Set

68
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia LF Set in Jade. GFT. Double-broad, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Close-up of set in box.
$600

69
1929 Waterman Twist Activated pencil for above set.
Set

70
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia LF Set in Onyx. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible, italic nib. Top half of cap slightly lighter than the bottom half, otherwise near mint.
$200

71
1929 Waterman Twist Activated pencil for above set.
Set

72
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia LF Set in Grey Lace. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$275

73
1929 Waterman Twist Activated pencil for above set.
Set

Italian Vintage Pens

74
1937 Ancora “Goliarda” #5 (equivalent to Ancora 38 Large) LF in Blue Pearl Marble. Medium/broad, flexible nib. GFT. Near mint.
$600

75
1933 Aurora A.R.A. 3 LF in 18K rolled-gold (G/F) overlay. Alternating plain and pinstriped panels, with “fish” design formed within the engine-turned pinstriping. Medium/fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$1200

76
1950 Aviostil #4 size Aerometric-fill in Tortoise Streamlined. Sheaffer Balance look-a-like, but with a hooded nib and aerometric filler to compete with the Parker 51. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Matching gripping section. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

77
1935 Koska #6 size BF set in Golden Platinum (Omas calls it Tiger’s Eye Arco). Quite beautiful! Medium, flexible nib, with an italic flair. GFT. Neat mint+.
$1000

78
1935 Koska Pencil for above set.
Set

79
1935 Duchessa #2 Size BF in Light Brown Pearl Striated. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Over-the-top “soldier” clip, which sets very low in the pocket. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

80
1935 Duchessa #2 Size BF in Golden Pearl Marble Striated. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Over-the-top “soldier” clip, which sets very low in the pocket. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

81
1935 Duchessa #2 Size BF in Light Green Pearl. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Over-the-top “soldier” clip, which sets very low in the pocket. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

82
1935 Duchessa #2 Size BF in Green Pearl Striated. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. Over-the-top “soldier” clip, which sets very low in the pocket. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

83
1935 Duchessa #2 Size BF in Light Purple Pearl Marble. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. Over-the-top “soldier” clip, which sets very low in the pocket. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

84
1935 Elma [Montegrappa] #4 Doric-style LF in Burma (Smoke Grey). GFT. Beautifully designed. Small crack emanating down from the nib vent hole (does not affect performance), otherwise near mint. Extra-broad, right oblique (shaped like left foot), extra-flexible nib.
$500

85
1930 Omas Extra Faceted LF Medium in Grey Pearl Swirl. GFT. Copperplate (fine, triple-flexible) nib! Near mint.
$1800

86
1934 Omas “Gambini” #6 size BF in Green Marble. GFT. Parker Duofold and Minerva look-a-like. Extra-fine, correct “Warranted 1st Quality P95" nib. Near mint.
$700

87
1936 Omas Extra Round BF in Red Arco (beautiful!). GFT. Copperplate (fine, triple-flexible) nib! Near mint.
$900

88
1939 Omas Lucens Plunger-fill in Black. GFT. “Wide Spiral” visualated barrel. Copperplate “fine, triple-flexible) nib! Near mint.
$1000

89
1950 Omas Lady 555/S PIF Set in Grey Pearl (with an iridescent glow). Fine, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with papers. Close-up of set in box.
$900

90
1950 Omas Cap activated Ball Pen for above set.
Set

91
1955 Omas Extra Faceted PIF in Platinum. GFT. Medium/fine, flexible “Warranted 14 CT” nib. Near mint.
$800

92
1993 Omas Paragon Arte Italiana Large 12-sided PIF in Tiger’s Eye (Golden Arco). Beautiful! GFT. Medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box.
$800

93
1922 Anonymous #2 size Telescoping eyedropper-fill ring-top straight-holder in 18K Rolled-gold (Gold-filled) with inlaid Blue Enamel fretted band (one monir spot where the enamel is chipped). Expands to 5 1/4" closed and 6 ½" posted. Unusual pen. Medium, flexible nib. Excellent+ in original box. Close-up of pen in box.
$150

94
1928 Carter’s 4125 (6 size) Superwear LF in Red Mottled Hard Rubber. GFT. Fine nib is also signed “SUPERWEAR.” Near mint.
$500

95
1923 Chilton #5 Pneumatic-fill in Red Mottled Hard Rubber. GFT. The entire barrel slides down, revealing a metal tube which houses the bladder. The user covers the hole in the bottom of the barrel with his finger and returns the barrel to place. This creates air pressure to evacuate the bladder. Releasing the hole allows the air pressure to equalize, drawing ink into the bladder. Medium/fine nib. Note the long cap – the pen is 7" when the cap is posted! Near mint.
$475

96
1920 Conklin 25P Crescent-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. GFT. Fine, triple-flexible nib. Near mint.
$150

97
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Black & Bronze, set off with inlaid yellow bands. GFT. This is the rarer model with 2 narrow cap bands. Medium/fine nib. Barrel engraved: “ W.E. Miller”. Near mint+
$450

98
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Sapphire Blue, set off with inlaid red bands. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$650

99
1931 Conklin Nozac Oversize 14-sided PIF in Red “Brickwork.” Visualated barrel. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint.
$600

100
1931 Conklin Nozac Standard 14-sided PIF in Golden “Brickwork” with black stripes. Visualated barrel. GFT. Medium/fine nib, with a touch of flex. Could be new-old-stock. Near mint+
$500

101
1934 Conklin Nozac Oversize 12-sided PIF Set in Red & Silver Pearl Striped. Visualated barrel. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Barrels engraved: “JCR.” Near mint+
$600

102
1934 Conklin Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

103
1935 Conklin Nozac Oversize 14-sided PIF in Black. Visualated barrel. GFT. Medium nib, with a touch of flex. Near mint.
$450

104
1937 Conklin Nozac Standard 14-sided 5M Word Gauge PIF in Silver Pearl with Black stripes. Visualated barrel. CPT. Fine nib.
$300

105
1929 Conway Stewart #526 Dinkie Set in Mottled Blue, Bronze and Magenta Pearls on Black. Strikingly beautiful color. Broad, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint+ in box (box is threadbare). Close-up of set in box.
$90

106
1929 Conway Stewart #2R Twist-operated ring-top pencil for above set.
Set

107
1951 Conway Stewart 570 Dinkie LF Set in Blue Pearltex. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Close-up of set in box.
$175

108
1951 Conway Stewart Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

109
1951 Conway Stewart 570 Dinkie LF in Lavender Pearltex. GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125

110
1951 Conway Stewart 27 LF in Cracked Ice. GFT. One of Conway Stewart’s most sought after designs! Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$450

111
1951 Conway Stewart 560 Dinkie LF in Blue Pearl with Bronze Veins. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$85

112
1951 Conway Stewart 570 Dinkie LF in Green Pearltex. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125

113
1955 Conway Stewart 22 LF “Floral.” There is a controversy regarding 200 or 1200 of these were made for Mother’s Day. In either event, they are very rare, and highly desirable. Medium/broad, flexible nib. While most are found quite dark with significant ambering, this one has only the slightest darkening! Near mint.
$600

114
1930 Cross Miniature twist-activated pencil in Sterling Silver. Alternating pinstriped and plain panels pattern. Quite Art Deco, with the tapered top with chased bands. Perfect to carry in a notebook or diary. Near mint.
$45

115
2002 Dupont S.T. Lady Shantung cartridge/converter-fill in “Shantung Sapphire” Chinese Lacquer (as per Dupont, designed after Shantung silk). 24K GP trim. Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$225

116
1930 Hicks, W.S. #4 size Bulb-fill Set in Sterling Silver. Gripping section also in sterling silver. Alternating pinstriped and plain panels pattern. Medium/fine nib. Indicia engraved: “FHM.” Near mint
$250

117
1930 Hicks, W.S. Twist operated pencil for above set. One dent at the rear of the cap.
Set

118
1933 InkPak #4 size LF in Moss Agate. GFT. An ink bar in a metal tube inserts into an opening in the underside of the feed. The bottom of the barrel stores extra ink tubes, accessed by unscrewing a metal disc.. Filling the pen with water makes the ink which fills the bladder. The very end of the ink bar is rounded into a hook so it can be removed from the feed with your fingernail. Note also the slanted flat cap top. Medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

119
1925 Leboeuf #6 Half-Sleeve-fill in Black & Pearl. GFT. Medium nib, with just a tad of flex. A hint of ambering on the barrel, otherwise near mint. Quite a rare color.
$850

120
1925 Leboeuf #90 (#8 nib) LF in Black & Bronze. GFT. Medium nib. Some imprint wear in he very center of the 4-line imprint (not all readable), otherwise neat mint. Also a bit odd, as the imprint was struck twice!
$1200

121
1925 Leboeuf #8 LF in translucent Tortoise. GFT. An example like this, with no crazing or discoloration is almost impossible to find. The top half of the cap looks a little darker because you are seeing through the celluloid to the inner cap. Medium nib, with just a tad of flex. Near mint.
$1200

122
1926 Leboeuf #4 Sleeve-fill ring-top in Lavender Pearltex. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium, flexible “Warranted” nib (correct for the pen). The plating on the thumb-bar (pressed to fill the pen) has wear, otherwise near mint.
$300

123
1927 Leboeuf #65, 6 size LF in Tiger’s Eye. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Military clip, allowing the pen to sit very low in the pocket. Clip ball brassing and barrel imprint a little weak (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$650

124
1927 Leboeuf #80, 6 size LF in Tiger’s Eye with Black ends. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. A tad of clip ball brassing, otherwise near mint.
$725

125
1927 Leboeuf #65 (#6 nib) LF in Golden Tiger’s Eye Pearltex with Black ends. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Could be new-old-stock. Military clip, allowing the pen to sit very low in the pocket. Mint
$800

126
1927 Leboeuf #65 (#6 nib) LF in Grey with White Swirling Veins and Black ends. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint+
$700

127
1928 Leboeuf #8 Half-Sleeve-Fill in Black & Bronze. Half-sleeve-fills are quite hard to find. GFT. Near mint+
$1400

128
1929 Leboeuf #75 (#8 size nib) LF in Black with White ends. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint.
$1000

129
1935 Luxor #85 1/2 BF in Tan with Brown Specks and Veins. GFT. Duofold Jr. Look-a-like. German made. Medium/fine, flexible nib. Cap and barrel may be evenly ambered. New-old-stock. Mint
$125

130
1911 Mabie Todd Model 4572 eyedropper-fill in Black Hard Rubber with Gold-filled “Chased Filigree” overlay. Broad, flexible nib, with metal over-feed and hard rubber under-feed. Indicia engraved in Script, “FWV.” Near mint.
$1000

131
1937 Montblanc 134 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. GFT. Long visualated barrel window. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$625

132
1946 Montblanc 246 BF in Coral Red (rare). GFT. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$800

133
1950 Montblanc 642 PIF Masterpiece in Silver Striped. GFT. Brushed Chrome cap. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint.
$950

134
1950 Montblanc 244 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Extra-fine nib. Near mint. [See matching pencil below]
$300

135
1950 Montblanc 272 Pix Repeater Pencil in black. GFT. Near mint. [Matches pen above]
$175
136
1950 Montblanc 246 PIF in Platinum Striped. GFT. Some brassing to the cap bands and clip. Fine nib. Excellent+.
$1400
137
1950 Montblanc 642 PIF Masterpiece in Green Striped. GFT. Gold-filled, pinstriped cap. Medium nib, with just a tad of flex. Near mint.
$1000
138
1950 Montblanc 246 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Near mint. Fine nib. See matching pencil below.
$600

139
1950 Montblanc 72 Pix Repeater Pencil in Black. GFT. Some brassing to the bands and clip. Excellent+. See matching pen above.
$75

140
1952 Montblanc 149 Meisterstuck PIF in Black Celluloid. Early version with Sterling Silver outer cap bands (otherwise GFT). Medium, flexible nib. Visualated barrel. Near mint. [Two available, the second with medium/broad, flexible nib]
$1950

141
1955 Montblanc Model 22 PIF in Green (rare). GFT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

142
1955 Montblanc Model 32 PIF in Burgundy (rare). GFT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225

143
1955 Montblanc Model 32 PIF in Black. GFT. Medium, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Cap engraved: “Ferrostaal” ($2B industrial services co). New-old-stock. Mint.
$100

144
1955 Montblanc Model 24 PIF in Green (rare). GFT. Fine point. Near mint+
$225

145
1955 Montblanc 142 Masterpiece PIF in Green Striped (rare). GFT. Medium nib. Export model, with barrel imprinted “Made in Germany.” Near mint.
$900

146
1967 Montblanc Model 030 PIF in Grey (rare). CPT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$150

147
1970 Montblanc Monte Rosa Demonstrator PIF (rare). Double-broad nib. While the pen is new-old-stock, there are a few age stress crazes in the barrel near the cap threads. Therse are not cracks and the pen remains ink tight.
$125

148
1971 Montblanc Model 320 PIF in Green (rare). GFT. Medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225

149
1972 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. GFT. Short ink window. Black filler threads. “Germany” on clip. 14C fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$500

150
1973 Montblanc Noblesse Model 1157 cartridge/converter-fill in Fluted Gold-filled. Converter included. Broad nib. Near mint. [Two available, the second with a medium nib]
$150

151
1974 Montblanc Noblesse Model 1928 cartridge/converter-fill in Matte Steel. GPT. Medium/fine nib. Converter included. Near mint.
$125

152
1908 Moore #2.50/1 Safety in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Correct nib (Medium, flexible) is signed “American Fountain Pen.” New-old-stock. Mint with original label
$250

153
1912 Ohauk & Grosso Mooney) Frank Mooney founded the Mooney Model Pen Company in 1901, making high end pens, including elaborately engraved and filigree pens. In 1908, Mooney sold the company to two of his salesman, H.J. Hauk and T.G. Gross, In 1912 the firm was renamed for the two owners. Mooney stayed on for a while, eventually moving on to non-pen activity until around 1915, when he was listed as Assistant Manager of Pilot Pen Co. of Chicago (no pens from this company have yet been found). Mooney’s original company (now T.G. Gross & Co.) went out of business around 1920.* No. 37 Blow-fill Cone Cap (slips on & off – not threaded). Very rare! The bladder is evacuated from the air pressure caused by the user blowing into a hole in the bottom of the barrel (not sanitary – but it worked!). Gold-filled filigree overlay on BHR. New-old-stock. Mint with original label. *Thanks to L.M. Fultz, PenWorld, V.15 No.4, Feb-Mar 2002, pp 30.
$300

154
1940 Osmia Supra 44 PIF in Green Pearl with Crisscross black lines. GFT. Replacement “Penol Ambassador” Medium, flexible nib. Owner’s imprint on barrel: “EINAR GOTTSHALCK.” New-old-stock. Mint.
$100

155
1930 Parker Duofold VP Pencil in Lapis White on Blue). GFT. One of the rarest of the Duofold VP pencils. A perfect present for the golfer, bridge or canasta player in the house, on anyone else who uses a small pencil! Near mint.
$225

156
1926 Parker Pastel BF Ring-top in Moire (Green). GFT. Barrel a shade darker than the cap, and engraved: “Francis Horn.” Fine point.
$95

157
1926 Parker Duofold Sr. BF “Big Red” in Cardinal. GFT. Extra-smooth nib, with a hint of flex. Near mint+. Raised band on cap. Outstanding condition.
$450

158
1927 Parker Duofold Sr. BF “Big Red” in Cardinal. GFT. Extra-smooth nib, with a hint of flex. New-old-stock. Mint. Flush band on cap. Outstanding condition.
$495

159
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Jade. GFT. A tad of clip ball brassing. The color is really far above average for a jade Duofold, with only some moderate overall darkening, a little more on the very top of the barrel, where it was protected by the cap (see photo). Medium nib. A bit of brassing to the clip ball. No signs of use, crisp knurling and a deep, crisp barrel imprint. Excellent++
$275

160
1928 Parker Duofold Special BF in Black. GFT. This model was marketed to folks who wanted a pen as long as the Duofold Sr., but for whom the Sr. Has too much girth. The Special has the narrower girth of the Duofold Jr. Rare model. Has slightly later Parker “Arrow” nib (fine) and “Comb” feed. Some clip ball brassing, otherwise near mint.
$225

161
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. “Big Red” BF in Cardinal. GFT. Medium nib. A tad of brassing of the clip ball and a surface scratch here and there, otherwise near mint. Excellent crisp barrel imprint.
$300

162
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Lapis (White on Blue). GFT. Outstanding color, without a hint of ambering, and a medium/broad nib as well! A minor surface scratch or two, otherwise near mint.
$1000

163
1929 Parker Duofold Sr. “Big Red” Streamlined BF in Cardinal. GFT. Medium nib, with an italic flair. A tad of clip ball and bottom cap band lower edge brassing, otherwise near mint.
$250

164
1929 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Lapis (White on Blue). GFT. Incredibly beautiful color! Medium nib, with an italic flair. New-old-stock. Mint.
$800

165
1930 Parker Duofold Sr. Streamlined BF in Mandarin Yellow. GFT. Medium/broad nib. Near mint+
$900

166
1937 Parker Royal Challenger Sr. BF in Silver Herringbone. The rarer version, with the “Sword” Clip, rather than the “Stepped” clip. Extra-smooth, fine nib. Near mint.
$425

167
1945 Parker Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill Set in Black. 1/10 16K G/F cap, with alternating pinstripe and plain panels, and chevron band at the lower lip. Double-jeweled. Fine point. Near mint+
$500

168
1945 Parker Twist-operated pencil for above set.
Set

169
1948 Parker 51 Demi Aerometric-fill in Forest Green (rare). 1/10 12K GF cap in the “Five converging line” pattern. Fine nib. Near mint
$150

170
1949 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Midnight Blue. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. Custom BBBB nib, writes a line about 1/8" thick. Be the “boldest” on the block, or even use with Noodler’s Highlighting ink! Has been filled, but the plyglass still has some clarity. Excellent++
$275

171
1951 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill Set in Buckskin (rare). Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) caps. Medium “Ball” nib, advertised to “write smooth in any direction” (very unusual for Parker 51). Near mint..
$200

172
1951 Parker Repeater pencil for above set.
Set

173
1951 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Navy Grey. Custom BBBB nib! Polished Chrome cap. Writes a line about 1/8" thick. Be the “boldest” on the block, or even use with Noodler’s Highlighting ink! The aluminum sac protector has a bit of flaking. Excellent++.
$250

174
1951 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Teal Blue. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. Broad nib. Has been filled. Near mint.
$125

175
1952 Parker 51 Flighter Aerometric-fill in brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel). GFT. Medium nib. Has been filled, but there are no physical signs of use. Near mint. [Two available; the second one new-old-stock, mint with perfectly clean plyglass, at $350]
$300

176
1953 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Burgundy. 1/10 12K GF cap in the “Five converging line” pattern. Medium nib. Near mint
$150

177
1956 Parker 61 Heirloom capillary-fill Set in Black. Rare, two-toned yellow & pink G/F “Rainbow” cap. Cap engraved in rear: “TCF.” Medium/fine nib. Has been filled. Near mint.
$150

178
1956 Parker Twist operated pencil for above set.
Set

179
1958 Parker Minim Ball Pen in 14K Solid Gold. Parkers short ball pen, using a specially designed top button. Can use a normal Parker ball pen or gel refill. Advertised in 1958 as “Just a filter tip taller than a king-size cigarette.” No dents or dings! Near mint.
$350

180
1962 Parker VP “Very Personal” Aerometric-fill in Blue, with brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. GFT. This is the forerunner to the Parker 75, with the triangular gripping section and nib which can be adjusted 360 degrees in position. There are hash marks on the section so you can remember the nib position you prefer. This model also has the glass filling mechanism. Short lived and rare model. Medium nib. Near mint.
$200

181
1965 Parker 75 cartridge-converter-fill in “Cisele” (Sterling Silver Crosshatch). Ends with “flat” tassies. Converter included. Extra-smooth, medium/fine nib. Near mint. [Two available]
$175

182
1970 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Black. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. Medium nib. Rare, late version of the 51. Probably filled once (plyglass is still 95% clean). Near mint
$125

183
1970 Parker 75 cartridge-converter-fill in Titanium. Medium nib. The rarest of Parker’s Titanium pens! Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint.
$700

184
1989 Parker 75 Premier cartridge-converter-fill “Athens” in Fluted GP with Black Enamel Pinstriping. Broad 18K nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$300

185
1969 Pilot Prototype Silvercraft “Starnight” (see Lambrou, Fountain Pens of the World, page 366). Beautiful, and you don’t need to be told how rare this prototype is. Inlaid 18K medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$1500

186
1974 Pilot Oriental Characters on otherwise smooth Sterling Silver. Quite rare. Inlaid 18K medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$550

187
1933 Pelikan 100 Emege PIF in Blue Pearl (very rare). GFT. Amber celluloid barrel window. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$2000

188
1937 Pelikan 100N in Grey Marble. GFT. Amber celluloid barrel. Medium nib. Near mint.
$600

189
1939 Pelikan 100 PIF in Green Pearl. GFT. Green celluloid barrel window. Knurled turning knob. Medium/fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$350

190
1942 Pelikan Ibis PIF in Green Marble (extremely rare!). GFT. Medium, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Amber celluloid barrel window. Near mint.
$1250

191
1942 Pelikan 101N PIF in Cobra (very rare). GFT. Medium nib. Green Acrylic barrel window. Near mint+. Matches pencil below.
$1750

192
1942 Pelikan 200 Repeater Pencil in Cobra. GFT. Rare. Near mint. Matches pen above. Buy both at $2100.
$400

193
1942 Pelikan 100 PIF in Black. GFT. Green acrylic barrel. Smooth turning knob. Extra-fine nib. Near mint.
$350

194
1950 Pelikan 400 PIF in Grey Striped (quite rare!). GFT. Barrel signed “EXPORT.” Medium/fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint. [Two available, the second not signed “Export,” and with broad, oblique nib, ay $450]
$500

195
1950 Pelikan 400 PIF in Green Striped. Rare model which also has the solid green cap, gripping section and turning knob! Rare, double vent hole “DF” (fine, stiff) nib (other nibs available – let us know your preference). GFT. Near mint.
$1000

196
1953 Pelikan 100N in Green Pearl. GFT. Green acrylic barrel. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint+ [Three available]
$350

197
1924 Sheaffer Sr. Lifetime Flat-Top LF Demonstrator in Jade. GFT. Two portholes in the cap, showing the clip mounting and the inner cap to section seal. Four portholes in the barrel, showing the lever-filling system. Broad nib. A tad of clip ball brassing, otherwise near mint.
$650

198
1936 Sheaffer Sr. Lifetime Balance LF in Black. GFT. Fine nib. Just a touch of clip ball brassing, otherwise near mint.
$175

199
1936 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance (full length model) LF in Black & Pearl. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

200
1937 Sheaffer Sr. Lifetime Balance 1000 PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Fine nib. Visualated barrel. Near mint.
$350

201
1937 Sheaffer Sr. Lifetime Balance 1000 LF in Silver Striped. GFT. Fine nib. Visualated section. Near mint
$350

202
1937 Sheaffer Sr. Lifetime Balance LF in Ebonized Pearl. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Two pin-head spots on brassing on the clip ball, otherwise near mint.
$500

203
1937 Sheaffer #500 Feather Touch LF in Green Striped. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Visualated section. New-old-stock. Mint
$125

204
1938 Sheaffer/WASP WASP #3 Vacuum-fill in Black, inlaid with random multidirectional Golden Ribbon and silver & black lines. NPT. 14K, medium/broad, flexible “WASP” nib. Our Vacuum-fill pens are guaranteed for two years. Visualated barrel. A little plating wear to the cap band, otherwise near mint.
$150

205
1941 Sheaffer Defender #500 Feather Touch Plunger-fill Set in Green Striped. GFT. Named for the military, also has the over-the-top military clip, which allows the pen and pencil to sit very low in the pocket. Our plunger-fill pens are guaranteed for two years. Visualated barrel. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$150

206
1941 Sheaffer Twist activated pencil for above set.
Set

207
1945 Sheaffer #2000 Lifetime Triumph Autograph LF in Black with 14K Solid Gold Clip and Cap Band. The cap band does not have an autograph. Visualated section. Extra-smooth, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$275

208
1950 Sheaffer Sentinel Triumph Deluxe Touchdown-fill in Black with Polished Chrome Pinstriped Cap and GFT. Medium nib. Visualated section. Near mint.
$125

209
1966 Sheaffer Stylist cartridge/converter-fill in smooth Gold-plate. Sheaffer’s answer to the Parker 180, where the nib has two sizes: fine on one side and extra-fine on the other. A pinhead ding here and there. Excellent+
$50

210
1933 Soennecken Rheingold BF in BHR. GFT. Early model with knurling on the threaded blind cap sleeve. White “Starburst” in crown. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$750

211
1933 Soennecken Rheingold 616 BF in Silver Pearl Ray (similar Celluloid to the Waterman “Ray” series). CPT. Medium, flexible nib. Visualated barrel. Near mint+
$1350

212
1936 Soennecken 306 BF in Lapis with black ends. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. Beautiful pen! Near mint. Cap top says “Bayer” (the pharmaceutical company).
$750

213
1936 Soennecken Prasident 1 BF in Black. GFT. Large, beautiful pen – the top-of-the-line Soennecken at the time. Broad, flexible nib, with an italic touch. Near mint+
$1200

214
1940 Soennecken 1306 Piston-fill in Silver Pearl Marble (beautiful). Visualated barrel. Starburst imprint on cap top. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$650

215
1951 Soennecken 333 Extra PIF in Red Striped. GFT. Broad, italic, flexible nib. Visualated barrel. A relatively rare model. Near mint.
$300

216
1954 Soennecken 111 Superior PIF Set in Bronze Herringbone. One of the rarer colors. GFT. A major feature setting this set apart from most others is the extremely rare 5/8" thick red and black leather carrying case (see photo). This model has the famous locking “Click-filler.” Medium/broad, flexible nib. Near mint+ Close-up of set in case closed. Close-up of set in case open.
$1500

217
1954 Soennecken Repeater pencil for above set.
Set

218
1920 Titanic #0 size Safety ring-top pen in Gold-filled “Gothic” pattern on BHR. Broad nib signed “Titanic Osmio 585.” Blue cabochon in crown. Fine, flexible nib. Minor surface scratches here and there. Unrestored. One “bite” missing from the edge of the turning knob. Excellent.
$65

219
1920 Wahl Eversharp #2 size Safety eyedropper-fill in Red & Black Mottled Hard Rubber. Only a handful of Wahl Safety pens are known to exist! They were made in two sizes, this one being the larger of the two. GFT. Extra-fine, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock, mint.
$750

220
1920 Wahl Eversharp #4 LV in Sterling Silver “Hand Engraved Vine” pattern. Strikingly beautiful! Broad nib, with an italic flair. Near mint.
$350

221
1927 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Deco Band LF in Black. GFT. Broad, Italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box.
$600

222
1927 Wahl Eversharp (Gregg) #2 LF in Rosewood Hard Rubber. GFT. Fine “MANIFOLD” (stiff) nib. Military clip, which allows the pen to sit very low in the pocket. Emblem set into the top of the cap says “GREGG” (shorthand company) in blue, white and gold enamel. One small repair to the blue enamel in the inlaid emblem, otherwise near mint.
$150

223
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric Plunger-fill in Green Lined Web. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Our plunger-fill pens are guaranteed for two years. Near mint.
$200

224
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric Plunger-fill in Silver Lined Web. CPT. Medium, flexible, italic, adjustable nib. Our plunger-fill pens are guaranteed for two years. Near mint
$275

225
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric Plunger-fill in Black. Fine, extra-flexible, adjustable nib. Our plunger-fill pens are guaranteed for two years. Near mint.
$275

226
1949 Wahl Eversharp Symphony LF in “Grass” Green. Polished Chrome (Winged) Cap. Designed by Raymond Loewy). GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$75

227
1953 Wahl Eversharp Ventura Slim Ventura Aerometric-fill Set in Sterling Silver. Alternating pinstriped and plain panels pattern. Medium nib. Near mint+ in original box. Close-up of set in box.
$200

228
1953 Wahl Eversharp Cap activated repeater pencil for above set.
Set

229
1910 Waterman 12 ½ VS Safety in Sterling Silver “Night & Day” overlay on Red Mottled Hard Rubber. Rare early version with threads on the bottom of the barrel (the cap screws on rather than slips on). Another feature of this early Safety pen is that when propelling the nib, it moves straight up rather than spins. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$700

230
1910 Waterman 42 Safety eyedropper-fill in Woodgrain Hard Rubber. Comes with a signed Waterman NP accommodation clip. Fine nib. Near mint+.
$350

231
1915 Waterman 0552 1/2V LF “Continental Overlay” in Octagonal 18K Rolled-gold (Gold-filled) overlay. Pattern is alternating panels of fine engine-turned wave chasing and high relief hieroglyphics. Unusual size, shape and design! Extra-fine, flexible nib.
$950

232
1917 Waterman 42 “Continental Safety” in 18K Rolled-gold (Gold-filled) overlay. The design is bands of 1/2" horizontal "waves" circling the barrel which is otherwise barley. Matching cap. Smooth crown, Chevrons engraved onto the clip. Medium, flexible, italic nib. Near mint.
$500

233
1917 Waterman 42 “Continental Safety” in 18K Rolled-gold (Gold-filled) overlay. The design is alternating panels of wave chased, plain & pinstripe panels. The barrel has a center band of high repousse stars on a pebble background. Matching band at top of cap. Repousse crown & clip. Very bottom of barrel (smooth portion) engraved in Olde English: "C.E. 4-10-1931." Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$1100

234
1920 Waterman 0552 LF in Gold-filled “Pansy Panel” pattern. Indicia engraved: “Yorkshire Employees for Charles Roth.” No dents, dings or wear, but clip ball and upper cap edge brassing make this a user grade pen, with a highly expressive, fine, extra-flexible nib. Excellent++
$300

235
1925 Waterman 55 LF in BCHR. 14K trim! While this is a well used pen, all the cap & barrel chasing is present, as is the barrel imprint (although the center portion of the imprint is only barely visible). It’s the rare 14K trim which sets the pen apart from most. Fine nib, with a tad of flex. Excellent.
$325

236
1925 Waterman 58 LF in Woodgrain Hard Rubber. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Clip ball brassing and one spot of brassing on the cap band. Imprint a little weak, but fully readable, otherwise near mint.
$1500

237
1925 Waterman 52 LF Combination Pen/Pencil in Red Ripple. GFT. Correct without barrel imprint. Quite rare. Medium, manifold, italic nib. Cap is a shade or two darker than the barrel. A bit of cap band and lever brassing. Excellent+
$600

238
1925 Waterman 452 LF Set in Sterling Silver Overlay “Basket-Weave” pattern. Full-size (not the more common half-size) pencil. Medium/fine, flexible nib. The tiniest ding to the upper cap edge near the back, otherwise near mint.
$550

239
1925 Waterman Twist operated pencil for above set.
Set

240
1927 Waterman 7 “Pink Banded” LF in Red Ripple. Nib also stamped “Pink,” signifying Waterman’s fine, extra-flexible nib. GFT. A tad of clip ball and upper edge cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$600

241
1927 Waterman 7 “Pink Banded” LF in Red Ripple. 9K Solid Gold cap band, otherwise GFT. This nib is far more flexible than the example above. Fine, triple-flexible nib. Near mint+
$700

242
1927 Waterman 7 “Yellow Banded” LF in Red Ripple. Nib also stamped “Yellow,” signifying Waterman’s Medium “rounded” nib, designed to write smoothly in any direction. Waterman also advertised it as perfect for southpaws! Near mint.
$500

243
1928 Waterman #94 LF in Olive Ripple. GFT. While other pen manufacturers had already switched production to plastic, Waterman was still producing pens in hard rubber, having spent so much money developing the process to add color (olive, blue/green and rose). These pens were thought of as old fashioned, were not popular, and are rare today. The following year Waterman did make the switch to plastic, introducing the Patrician. Extra-fine nib. Near mint+
$300

244
1930 Waterman 94 LF in Silver Pearl with Red Specks. NPT. User grade pen due to some brassing, (particularly the cap band), but has a great color-coded “Red,” medium, extra-flexible nib. Excellent.
$175

245
1930 Waterman 5 “Green Banded” LF in Black. The green band in this case is actually a green insert in the bottom of the barrel. NPT. Medium nib, also imprinted “Green.” Near mint.
$200

246
1930 Waterman Patrician LF in Moss Agate. GFT. Broad nib. Near mint+ [Two available, the second with a medium nib.]
$1600

247
1929 Waterman Patrician LF in Black Hard Rubber. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Not even a hint of oxidation. Near mint+
$1200

248
1930 Waterman 7 LF in Black. Signed “Purple” color-coded nib, and inlaid purple circle in the bottom of the barrel. Fine point. Near mint.
$250

249
1931 Waterman 92V LF in Turquoise Beautiful color! Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$250

250
1933 Waterman Thorobred LF in Bronze Pearl with Red Veins. NFT. Fine nib, with a touch of flex. Near mint.
$150

251
1935 Waterman Ink-Vue Standard in Silver Ray. NPT. Medium, flexible nib. Above average barrel transparency. A tad of brassing to the lever, otherwise near mint.
$225

252
1943 Waterman Emblem LF in Blue. GFT. Very rare, fully ribbed model. Canadian manufacture. By 1943, the Emblem had a slip cap rather than a threaded cap, designed to compete with the slip-cap Parker 51. Fine nib. Near mint.
$250

253
1942 Waterman 352 LF in Golden Pearl. GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$75

254
1945 Waterman Commando LF “Continental Overlay” in 18K Rolled-gold (Gold-filled) overlay. Pattern is alternating panels of long wave chased pinstriping & shorter wave chasing with offsetting straight lines. Very rare to find a Commando overlay! Medium nib. Near mint+
$1250

255
1993 Waterman Le Man Specialty Hardwood cartridge/converter-fill in Olivewood. 18K double-broad nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint. Matches ball pen below.
$200
256
1993 Waterman Le Man Specialty Hardwood Ball Pen in Olivewood. New-old-stock. Mint. Matches fountain pen above. Buy both for $300.
$125

257
1995 Waterman Patrician cartridge/converter-fill Set in Jade Lacque. GPT. 18K medium nib. Converter and cartridges included. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Close-up of set in box.
$350

258
1995 Waterman Twist activated ball pen for above set.
Set

259
1995 Waterman Liason cartridge/converter-fill in Black Lacque. GPT. 18K medium/fine nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

260
1995 Waterman Liason cartridge/converter-fill in Black Lacque. GPT. 18K extra-broad nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

261
1996 Waterman Le Man Rhapsody cartridge/converter-fill in Red Ripple. GPT. 18K medium/fine nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint. Matches ball pen below.
$135

262
1996 Waterman Le Man Rhapsody Ball Pen in Red Ripple. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint. Matches pen above. Buy both for $200.
$100

263
1996 Waterman Le Man Rhapsody Ball Pen in Blue Marble. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint.
$95

264
1996 Waterman Le Man Rhapsody cartridge/converter-fill in Blue Web. GPT. 18K medium/fine nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint.
$135

265
1998 Waterman L’Etalon Collection cartridge/converter-fill in Burgundy Lacque. GPT. 18K medium/fine nib. Converter included. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125