Catalog 60 (September 2011)


Welcome to archived Catalog #60, 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
1931 Pelikan T111 Toledo PIF in 24K gold-plated sleeve with etched pelikans surrounded by fine tooling. [Martin Lehman (author of the Pelikan book) describes the process of making the binde: the motifs of the body were carved into a relief by using a corrosive method, deep parts were then burnished, distinguished motifs were gold-plated and parts of the line drawings were then re-engraved by hand.] Black hard rubber cap with etched clip (used only on this model) and knurled cap bands (also unique to this model). Amber celluloid barrel. Medium nib (other nibs available). New-old-stock. Near mint+.
$6600

2
1920 Montblanc 12 Safety Eyedropper-fill in Black Hard Rubber. The largest safety pen made by Montblanc! One of the “Holy Grails” for Montblanc collectors. Outstanding condition with crisp knurling, fully legible cap and barrel imprints. Double-broad nib. Cap also has the “Stoffhaus” (Montblanc boutique at the time) imprint. Shown open. The barrel has an owner’s imprint “Walter Ramm.” Excellent+
$11500

3
1932 Pullman Meteor BF in BCHR. GFT. Three rows of “checkerboard” chasing, 2 on the cap and one on the barrel. Blind cap is knurled. Correct “D & D Paris” nib (Demley & Degan were the founders of the Meteor, the French company which licensed the Pulman technology). GFT. Medium nib. Barrel factory imprinted “Brevete en tous pays” (patented in all countries). Unusual design, with a BHR plug attached to the underside of the gold-filled hinged top door. A tad of cap band and cap-top brassing, otherwise near mint.
$2200

4
1935 Montblanc 236 PL PIF in Platinum (perhaps Montblanc’s most beautiful celluloid!). GFT. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint.
$2400

5
1955 Montblanc 149 in Black Celluloid (not “Precious Resin”). GFT, with outer cap bands in Sterling Silver. This is not the early “long window” version, but the window is about twice the length normally found, an interesting manufacturing variance. The vertical lines in the window are perfect. The black barrel does show a minor cap posting line and one very small mar (otherwise the pen is near mint). But the bonus is the wonderful medium fine, flexible, “18C” nib (the “18C” nib was produced by Montblanc for pens being exported to France and Italy only).
$2000

6
1916 Parker #28 eyedropper-fill in Red Bakelite with a Black Hard Rubber cap. NPT. The largest size (and rarest) pen in this series. Wonderful condition, with crisp cap and barrel imprints, and a huge #8 nib (broad). Just the word “Janesville” is a little weak in the barrel imprint, otherwise near mint.
$2500

7
1935 Zerollo/ Dunhill Twopen Safety Matchstick-fill in Silver Pearl with Blue Veins (gorgeous celluloid!). The matchstick is built into the inner cap. GFT. The pen contains two ink sacs, pressure bars, nibs and feeds. Turning the bottom knob propels one nib while retracting the other. The design was to allow two different color inks in one pen. The pen is mint, and has matching (broad, oblique) nibs marked “MONDIAL 14kt 5.” Mondial nibs were made by the LUS pen company, founded near Milan, Italy, probably in 1929, and registered in 1931. Nib making began quite early, and was followed in 1934 by manufacturing fountain pens. Celluloid pens were marketed under the Mondial name. I can’t tell you with 100% assurance exactly why a matched set of period LUS/Mondial nibs are mounted in the Dunhill pen. Was Dunhill buying nibs from LUS, a nearby maker of high quality nibs? Was there a marketing agreement between Dunhill and LUS/Mondial? At this point, there are no definitive answers. By the way, the Mondial LUS company still prospers today.
$6500

8
1935 Soennecken Prasident BF in Black. GFT. The very rare, first year Prasident with the bulbous cap lip. Visualated barrel. To access the filler button, the sleeve on the bottom of the barrel retracts by turning anticlockwise. The pen uses a filler tube (like a Parker Vacumatic) so several pushes of the white casein button are applied to completely fill the pen. Large medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$1950

9
1933 Soennecken Rheingold No. 915 BF in Lapis (very rare). GFT. Black hard rubber inner cap with the “S” logo in white casein surrounded by the black “sunburst.” To access the filler button, the sleeve on the bottom of the barrel retracts by turning anticlockwise. One push on the BHR button fills the pen. Medium, italic nib. Barrel imprint is highlighted in white (I’ll remove this on request). New-old-stock. Mint.
$1875

10
2010 Torelli The master penmaker’s version of the iconic 1946 MB 139. This one in Grey Pearl Acrylic with white 14K trim. The inner cap is topped with two inlaid concentric circles, in red and blue, with a white dot at the center peak. Torelli also manufactures the hard rubber feed and the plunger-fill mechanism. His pens are guaranteed for his lifetime. Fitted with a tri-color MB 149 18K broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint. [See item #s 157 & 158 for two Torelli Parker 51’s].
$1650

11
1935 Pelikan 100N Magnum Emege PIF in Tortoise with Red Hard Rubber cap, inner cap and turning knob. Pelikan’s only oversize vintage pen, explaining its high demand among Pelikan collectors. GFT. The cap imprinted “Emege,” representing Pelikan’s licensed Portugese distributor, who so signed all the Pelikans he sold, so he didn’t need to repair under warrantee any pens he did not sell. Fine, flexible nib. Visualated barrel. Near mint.
$2400

12
1933 Astoria #4 Dux “Click” filler in Lapis (rare and beautiful!). GFT. Astoria was purchased by Montblanc in 1932, and continued as a Montblanc sub-brand. Black ends, with the rotational arrow imprinted just above the knurled turning knob – ½ a turn operates the cam mechanism which forces the pressure bar against the bladder. When released it makes a resounding “click.” Double-broad, flexible nib. Near mint+.
$1250

13
1920 Waterman 552V LEC (Long Extended Case) LF in 18K Solid Gold Overlay over BHR. The LEC model in the full length “V” size is extremely rare! French hallmarks. Extra-fine, extra-flexible nib. A couple of very minor pinpoint dings, otherwise near mint.
$1200

14
1920 Waterman 444 Safety eyedropper-fill in Sterling Silver “Night & Day” pattern over Black Hard Rubber. Through the years we’ve presented a few of these in the 442 size, but this is the first 444 I have ever seen. Quite rare! French Hallmarks, including on the 18K nib. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint (has been filled). Will polish on request. Unrestored.
$1200

15
1929 Pelikan First model Pelikan (before they named it the Model 100) PIF in Jade Pearl. Very rare! Barrel and section are one piece Bakelite. Amber celluloid barrel. Bandless cap and cylindrical inner cap (parallel sides). Very rare. Nib with correct “heart” vent hole (medium, flexible). Knurled turning knob. Near mint.
$1900

16
1925 Waterman 52 ½ LF “Hemisphere” Desk Set in Black Hard Rubber. Very, very rare and desirable! GFT. Fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint. Close up of desk set.
$750

17
1930 Sheaffer “Cobra” Desk Set in Bronze with Model #33 LF pen in Black. Weight 2 lbs 14 oz! GFT. One of the rarest and most desirable of the Sheaffer Desk Bases (perhaps second only to the Egyptian motif Cat desk set. There were four bronze desk sets in the series; the Golfer; the Woman with Basket; the Fish and the Cobra, the latter being the rarest. There is also a version of the Cobra with a little boy from India sitting on the snake’s head playing a flute. Picture how cool this desk set would be sitting on your desk! Medium/fine nib. Near mint+ Close up of desk set.
$550

18
1948 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill Desk Set in Brown Swirl Onyx Marble (13″ x 7″). Adorned with two bronze dogs. Black trumpet and fountain pen. One of the larger and more attractive figural 51 desk sets. Medium nib. Near mint. Close up of desk set.
$400

19

1927 Mabie Todd “A Remplissage Automatique” (translated from French as “Self Filling”) Salesman Sample Case with 12 LF new-old-stock pens. The upper middle six pens being longer than the bottom six pens. Each with a “Blackbird” or “Swan” nib, as appropriate. A rare and wonderful faux alligator, hinged, silk lined case, with many very rare pens! From left to right:

  1. Blackbird in Turquoise (Blue & Bronze). While it has a label, the label actually reads “Leverless,” struck through in ink).
  2. Le Merle Blanc (“The White Blackbird.”) in Russet & Jade (Camouflage). Very rare! While it has a label, the label actually reads “Leverless,” struck through in ink).
  3. Le Merle Blanc (translated from French as “The White Blackbird.”) in Brown with Cream Veins. Very rare! The label reads “Merle Blanc.”
  4. Le Merle Blanc (“The White Blackbird.”) in Silver/Grey Marble. Very rare!
  5. Blackbird in Silver Grey Marble. Very rare!
  6. Blackbird in Turquoise (Blue & Bronze). Very rare!
  7. Blackbird in Silver Marble with Red Veins. Very rare!
  8. Swan Minor No. 2 in Green & Bronze. Very rare!
  9. Swan Minor No. 2 in Black Lined Hard Rubber (some surface mars to the chasing).
  10. Blackbird in Green.
  11. Blackbird in Dark Blue.
  12. Blackbird in Red Pearl with Black Veins.

Silk lined, faux alligator, hinged box. A wonderful set with many very rare pens! Close-up of Sample Case.

$2400

Montblancs - A Bit More Modern (1969 - 2010)

20
1969 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. GFT. 3-tone 14C nib (medium) and solid ebonite feed. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$600

21
1969 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. GFT. 3-tone 14C nib (extra-smooth, medium/broad) and solid ebonite feed. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$600

22
1985 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. GFT. 2-tone 14K nib (broad) and split ebonite feed. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$500

23
1988 Montblanc 1475 LeGrand Traveler Doue cartridge-fill in Burgundy. Discontinued model, and very, very hard to find! Vermeil (gold-fill over sterling silver) fluted cap, with burgundy bordered snow cap star. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$650

24
1990 Montblanc 146S LeGrande Solitaire PIF in Sterling Silver. Discontinued alternating Barley and Plain Panels design. Stainless steel trim. Visualated barrel. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$600

25
2000 Montblanc 167P (Platinum Line) twist-operated Mechanical Pencil in black. Rhodium plated trim. New-old-stock. Mint. [Buy with ball pen below at $300]
$150

26
2000 Montblanc 161P (Platinum Line) twist-operated Ball Pen in black. Rhodium plated trim. New-old-stock. Mint. [Buy with pencil above at $300]
$175

27
2005 Montblanc 146 Wedding Pen. PIF in Black. GFT, except for the bulbous center cap band in 14K. This band unscrews so the inside can be engraved. Visualated barrel. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$350

28
2005 Montblanc 149 PIF 75th Anniversary Special Edition. GFT. Besides the three cap bands, there is a band above the clip imprinted “75 Years of Passion and Soul,” with a diamond mounted in the “o” in “Passion.” Visualated barrel. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$550

29
2010 Montblanc 146 LeGrande PIF in high polished Stainless Steel. Platinum plated trim. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$450

Italian Vintage Pens

30
1935 Omega Supernova Faceted BF in Blue Platinum. Beautiful celluloid! NPT. Fine, flexible gold-plate nib, signed “Omega Iridium Osmia 3.” Omega was founded in Milan by Alfredo Vergo, who was the brother of the founder of the Columbus Pen Company. New-old-stock. Mint.
$700

31
1935 Wilmes #2 size Extra BF in Red Laminated (similar to the Parker Vacumatic). Odd “Straight holder” model (the cap lines up even with the barrel, with no overlap). GFT. Over-the-top “military” clip. 14K, fine, flexible nib, signed “Wilmas 14K Extra.” Manufactured in the Settino Torsese area of Italy, Wilmas made several different quality lines, the highest were signed “Wilmas” and have 14K nibs, like this example (fine, flexible). New-old-stock. Mint.
$110

32
1937 Montegrappa #4 size LF in Tortoise (rare color, and a rare filling system for Montegrappa). NPT. Wartime Gold-plate nib (medium) signed :Montegrappa). New-old-stock. Mint.
$450

33
1943 Aurora Novum LF Large in Tan with Bronze Veins. Large model with the filling lever on the very bottom of the barrel. GFT. Alloy Platiridio nib (medium). Large and beautiful pen. New-old-stock. Mint.
$1400

34
1950 Omas 555/S PIF in Grey Pearl (beautiful color!). GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine, extra-flexible nib (very expressive). New-old-stock. Mint. [Two available. The second with fine nib, with a tad of flex, at $550].
$600

35
1954 Omas 361 PIF in Gold-filled (rare). Omas’s double-sided nib, designed to write medium on one side and extra-fine on the other. Inlaid arrows on the gripping section, in a wide design on the “medium” side, and in a narrow design, on the “extra-fine” side. Has been filled, otherwise new-old-stock. Mint in original box with instructions and guarantee. Close up of pen in box.
$750

36
1975 Aurora 88P PIF in Black with gold-filled cap in alternating 15 fine pinstripes & plain panels. Visualated window. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box (some scuffs). Close up of pen in box.
$300

37
1975 Aurora 88P PIF in Black with gold-filled cap in alternating 15 fine pinstripes & plain panels. Visualated window. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$250

38
1990 Omas Italia 90 PIF in “Italian Green.” GFT. Made to commemorate Italy’s World Cup victory. Fine, flexible, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with papers and outer sleeve. Close up of pen in box.
$250

39
1930 Aikin Lambert Capitol Pencil in Golden Pearl with brown stripes. GFT. Near mint.
$50

40
1939 American “Pepsi Cola” #2 size LF in Blue, Red & White. GPT. A very rare promotional pen from the late 1930’s – a piece of Americana. Only a moderate quality pen to start with, so to find one in mint condition and still in its box (one end flap missing) is an incredible find! Visualated barrel. Gold-plate “American 6 Made in USA” nib (fine).
$300

41
1920 Anonymous #2 Straight-holder eyedropper-fill in 900 Silver on Black Hard Rubber. Alternating Barley & Repousse Floral & Geometric panels (beautiful!). Almost certainly German manufacture, and very likely one-of-a-kind. Extremely rare!. “Warranted 18Cts First Quality” nib (medium/fine, flexible). Near mint. Will polish on request.
$900

42
1929 Chilton Oversize Deco Band Pneumatic-fill in Green Marble. The largest model in this series. GFT. Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$1200

43
1918 Conklin #3 Crescent-fill in Gold-filled “Filigree” pattern over black hard rubber. Medium, flexible nib. Crisp and beautiful, with no signs of ambering of the rubber. Near mint+.
$600

44
1926 Conklin #4 size LF in Reddish Orange with Black Swirling Veins (very rare). GFT. Broad, italic, flexible nib. Near mint.
$650

45
1927 Conklin Endura LF Set in Black & Pearl. Set off nicely with inlaid black bands. Wonderful color with no ambering (extremely hard to find). GFT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

46
1927 Conklin Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

47
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Black. GFT. Set off beautifully with inlaid red bands. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$450

48
1927 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Sapphire Blue. GFT. Set off beautifully with inlaid red bands. Fine nib. Just a tad of brassing to the bottom edge of the cap band, otherwise new-old-stock, mint.
$500

49
1930 Conklin Ensemble combination Pencil-pen in Black & Bronze. GFT. Broad, italic, flexible nib. Near mint.
$475

50
1930 Conklin Endura Imperial LF in Blue & Bronze (yes, Blue, not Black!). Quite rare, as Conklin only made the pen with this color celluloid for one year. Set off nicely with inlaid yellow bands. GFT. Fine nib. Barrel imprint is highlighted in white (I’ll remove this on request). Near mint.
$450

51
1930 Conklin Endura Symetrik #6 size LF in Green Pearl with Black Veins. GFT. Very odd model with no cap band (perhaps a prototype?)! Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$350

52
1925 Conway Stewart Duro Point No. 21 twist-activated Pencil in Red, White, Pink, Orange, Blue, Black & White blotched! GFT. Knurled crown (turning knob) and black nozzle. New-old-stock. Mint.
$300

53
1933 C’Stewart Universal 479 in Red Pearl with Black Veins. NPT. Extra-fine nib, with just a tad of flex. BHR inner cap. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

54
1948 C’Stewart 286 LF in Green Pearl with Black Veins. BHR ends. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125

55
1950 C’Stewart 388 LF in Blue Marble with BHR ends. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

56
1951 C’Stewart 58 LF in Blue Pearl Herringbone. GFT. Medium/broad nib. Barrel imprint is highlighted in white (I’ll remove this on request). New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

57
1951 Conway Stewart Executive 60 LF in Blue Pearl Marble. GFT. The Executive 60 is distinguished with its two wide cap bands. Medium nib. Barrel imprint is highlighted in white (I’ll remove this on request). New-old-stock. Mint.
$225

58
1951 C’Stewart 27 LF in Cracked Ice. GFT. Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Close up of pen in box.
$350

59
1954 C’Stewart 84 LF in Blue Pearl with Gold Veins. GFT. Medium/fine nib with a tad of flex. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

60
1954 C’Stewart 75 LF in Blue Pearl with Black Veins. NPT. Double-broad nib. Near mint (could be new-old-stock).
$95

61
1956 C’Stewart 85L (Long) LF in Blue Pearl with Gold Veins. GFT. Extra-smooth, stub, oblique nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225

62
1956 Conway Stewart Speedy-Phil 74 “Click-fill” in Green herringbone. GFT. Unscrewing Removing the barrel accesses the filler knob. One clockwise turn fills the barrel (with a resounding “click!”). Medium, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box.
$225

63
1956 C’Stewart 73 LF in Blue Pearl Web. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

64
1958 Conway Stewart 60L (Long) LF in Blue Marble. GFT. The Model 60 is distinguished with its wide cap band. Medium/broad nib. Barrel imprint is highlighted in white (I’ll remove this on request). New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

65
1975 Dupont Classique cartridge/converter-fill in Vermeil (gold-filled over sterling silver). Correct fluted barrel with contrasting smooth cap. Black enamel inlaid clip. 18K, fine nib. Minor signs of wear here and there noticeable with a loop. Excellent+. Converter included.
$150

66
1975 Dupont Les Classiques cartridge/converter-fill in Tiger’s Eye Chinese Lacquer. Sterling Silver trim. Matching Chinese Lacquer inlaid clip. The barrel is signed at the bottom in red Japanese symbols. 18K, fine nib. A surface mar at the bottom of the barrel noticeable with an loop, otherwise near mint. Converter included.
$200

67
1933 Inkpak #6 size LF in Green Pearl & Blue Pearl Marble (unique celluloid). The bottom of the barrel holds ink sticks protected by a serrated metal tube with a fingernail notch. The ink tube is inserted into the hollow feed (the fingernail notch is used to remove the tube from the feed). The pen is then filled with water to make it’s own ink! Tube is good for multiple fillings. Patent abstact at – http://www.wikipatents.com/gb/0392805.html. The ink tubes are shown in the photo. GFT. Medium nib. Barrel imprint is highlighted in white (I’ll remove this on request). New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

68
1915 John Holland Model 74 Hatchet-Fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. GFT. Unique filling mechanism, where the lever is hinged in the middle. After rotating the lever 180 degrees, then press to fill (like a crescent-filler). Patent: http://www.freepatentsonline.com/1152509.pdf. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Cap band engraved “WHM.” Near mint.
$275

69
1920 Kaweco #2 Safety eyedropper-fill in 900 Silver Hand Hammered overlay on Black Hard Rubber. “900” (90% pure silver) is the hallmark mostly used by European silversmiths. The pen was made for the French market, as evident by its “18ct” nib (medium, flexible). No manufacturer signature. Near mint and beautiful. Will polish on request.
$800

70
1927 Leboeuf #4 Full Sleeve-Fill in Grey Pearltex. GFT. Medium nib. “Curled Leaf” clip, often also found on Leboeuf’s Pilgrim line of pens. Near mint.
$500

71
1928 Leboeuf #4 Half Sleeve-Fill ring-top in Lapis (Blue on Blue – rare color). GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib.
$350

72
1928 Leboeuf #3 LF ring-top in Ivory with Black Swirl. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible, italic nib. Some imprint wear (not all readable), otherwise near mint.
$175

73
1928 Leboeuf #4 Half Sleeve-fill in Bluegrey Pearltex. GFT. Extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$500

74
1929 Leboeuf #4 Full Sleeve-fill in Black & Bronze. GFT. Fine nib, with a tad of flex. Near mint+
$425

75
1932 Leboeuf #6 Full Sleeve-fill in Green Marble. GFT. The entire barrel slides down to reveal a thumb-operated filling mechanism. Medium/fine, flexible nib. A band of ambering at the top of the cap and at the bottom of the barrel (probably caused by the BHR cap and barrel ends), otherwise near mint. Price reflects condition.
$400

76
1890 Mabie Todd Swan #2 size eyedropper-fill in Gold-filled repousse “Chased” pattern over Black Hard Rubber. Early model, with “Over-Under feed.” Factory hallmarked “Double” for “Double rolled-gold,” , and fitted with an 18K nib (fine, extra-flexible) showing it was made for the French market. Near mint in original velvet lined box signed “Mabie Todd & Company Swan Fountain Pen” box, showing company locations, including Paris, where this pen was destined after manufacture. Close up of pen in box.
$1000

77
1920 Mabie Todd Swan LF in 14K Green Gold (green gold is very rare). Alternating wave chased, pinstripe and plain panels. Broad nib, with a tad of flex. New-old-stock. Mint. Will polish on request.
$950

78
1927 Mabie Todd Swan SM 100/59 LF in Green Pearl & Bronze Pearl with Red Veins (rare color). NPT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$125

79
1938 Mabie Todd Blackbird BB2/60 LF in Black Circular Chased Hard Rubber (not the usual chasing). GFT. Medium/fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

80
1920 Montblanc 2M Safety (short) in Octagonal Black Hard Rubber. Early “Simplo Pen Company 2” fine nib. Near mint.
$650

81
1930 Montblanc 25 Masterpiece push-knob filler in Black Hard Rubber. Early Germany made model, with signed, ball clip instead of the teardrop or fluted clip (only 1930-31), the larger size star logo on the cap top, and the three line barrel imprint. GFT. Fine, oblique, extra-flexible, italic nib! Wonderful, deep and crisp barrel imprint. Near mint.
$950

82
1935 Montblanc 25 Masterpiece push-knob filler in Black. Later Danish made model, with the fluted clip, the slightly smaller size star logo on the cap top, and the two line barrel imprint. GFT. Medium, broad nib with just a tad of flex. Near mint.
$800

83
1935 Montblanc 206 BF in Black. The largest size in this model series. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box.
$450

84
1935 Montblanc 20 Masterpiece BF in Coral Red (rare color). GFT. Extra-fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$600

85
1935 Montblanc 322 PL BF in Platinum (gorgeous!). GFT. Broad, oblique, flexible nib. Near mint.
$1000

86
1935 Montblanc 5 Pencil Twist-activated in Black Hard Rubber, with NP accommodation clip. Near mint.
$300

87
1936 Montblanc 221 BF in Black. Rare, small model with high inner cap! GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$450

88
1937 Montblanc 136 PIF in Black with the high-in-demand long visualated barrel window. Rare (much more commonly found with the post-war short barrel window). Correct, war time, two-toned alloy nib (when gold wasn’t available to pen manufacturers). Many folks believe these gold (11%), nickel, palladium alloy nibs write even better than the 100% gold nibs! Fine, flexible, italic nib. The vertical window lines are in perfect condition. Near mint. It would be hard to find a nicer example.
$1000

89
1946 Montblanc 242 PIF in Tiger’s Eye (one of Montblanc’s most outstanding Celluloids). GFT. Medium, flexible, italic nib. Near mint+.
$900

90
1946 Montblanc 246 BF in Black. GFT. The largest model in this series. Medium/fine nib.
$450

91
1946 Montblanc 244 PIF in Tiger’s Eye (one of Montblanc’s most outstanding Celluloids). GFT. Medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$1100

92
1950 Montblanc Model 115 Ball Pen in Grey Striped. Very rare! The activation lever is inset into the center of the clip. Correct solid grey cap top with inset star logo. A few pinpoint dings in the nozzle noticeable with a loop, otherwise mint.
$450

93
1950 Montblanc 672 Pix Repeater Pencil in Grey Striped. Silvexa (Stainless Steel) cap with GFT. Quite a rare model and color (much rarer than the model with the gold-filled cap). A little wear to the stainless steel, otherwise near mint.
$275

94
1950 Montblanc 244 PL PIF in Platinum Stripe. GFT. Extra-fine nib, with just a tad of flex. Near mint.
$1100

95
1950 Montblanc 146 PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. A tad of ambering to the barrel, otherwise near mint.
$1600

96
1955 Montblanc 204 BF in Coral Red (rare color). GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$450

97
1955 Montblanc 4-Color Model 60 Ball pen in Polished Chrome (red, black. Blue & green). Barley chased, 12-sided. Black derby with inlaid star logo. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

98
1955 Montblanc Model 74 PIF in Black with Gold-filled cap. Cap in alternating pinstriped & plain panel design. A rare model. Hooded, medium nib. Visualated barrel. Near mint.
$350

99
1955 Montblanc 22 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, oblique, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint. [Two available, the second with a medium nib].
$175

100
1955 Montblanc Model 72 PIF in Black with Gold-filled cap. Cap in alternating pinstriped & plain panel design. A rare model. Hooded, broad, oblique nib. Visualated barrel. Two or three very minor mars to the cap noticeable with a loop, otherwise near mint.
$300

101
1956 Montblanc 215 Ball Pen in Black. GFT. The activation lever is inset into the center of the clip. Near mint+
$175

102
1956 Montblanc 144 Meisterstuck PIF in Black Celluloid (the early model, before “precious resin”). GFT. Visualated barrel window with perfect black vertical lines. Wonderful, two-toned, extra-smooth, fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint.
$400

103
1956 Montblanc 142 Meisterstuck PIF in Black Celluloid (the early model, before “precious resin”). And of course, piston-fill 142s are no longer made. GFT. Visualated barrel window (no lines). Barrel factory imprinted “Made in Germany,” showing that this pen was made for export. Two-toned, stub, italic nib. Near mint.
$325

104
1957 Montblanc 4-Color Model Mechanical Pencil in Polished Chrome (red, black. Blue & green). Barley chased, 12-sided. Black derby with inlaid star logo. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

105
1961 Montblanc Model 32 PIF in Black. GPT. 14K Intarsianib (medium). Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

106
1967 Montblanc Model O32 PIF in Black. GPT. 14K Wing nib (medium). Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

107
1971 Montblanc 320 PIF in Burgundy. GFT. Visualated barrel window. Medium/fine nib. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$250

108
1973 Montblanc Noblesse cartridge/converter-fill in Brushed Stainless Steel. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$100

109
1975 Montblanc Carrera cartridge/converter-fill in Yellow with Black Matte metal cap. Medium nib. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint. Comes with converter. [Buy with ball pen below at $215].
$125

110
1975 Montblanc Carrera button-activated Ball Pen in Yellow with Black Matte metal cap. New-old-stock. Mint [Buy with fountain pen above at $215].
$90

111
1980 Montblanc CS-Line Ball Pen in Brown Matte. Button Activated. GPT. “Star” logo found both on top of the activator button and at the bottom of the clip.
$100

112
1995 Montblanc 144 Meisterstuck cartridge/converter-fill in Black. GPT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint. Converter included.
$125

113
1922 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Red (Cardinal) Hard Rubber. Very rare, early first year model, with no cap band and giant size DUOFOLD barrel imprint and “lazy S” LUCKY CURVE banner imprint. GFT. Medium/broad nib. Almost impossible to find in such impeccable condition with no lip cracks and a deep, crisp barrel imprint. Near mint+.
$650

114
1923 Parker Duofold Jr. In Red (Cardinal) Hard Rubber. GFT. Second year model with medium size DUOFOLD barrel imprint and wide “lazy S” banner imprint. Medium/broad, italic nib. A little edge brassing on the band at the rear of the cap, otherwise near mint.
$250

115
1927 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Mandarin Yellow. GFT. Wonderful example with crisp barrel imprint and no brassing. Broad nib. Canadian manufacture. Near mint +
$400

116
1928 Parker Duofold Jr. ring-top BF in Lapis (White on Blue). GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$150

117
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. “Big Red” BF in Cardinal. GFT. Near mint, with later “comb” feed and “Arrow” nib. But what a nib! An incredible fine, triple-flexible!
$350

118
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. “Big Red” BF in Cardinal. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+ with a deep barrel imprint.
$400

119
1928 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Red (Cardinal). GFT. Deep, crisp barrel imprint. Later, replacement "Arrow" nib (fine). Near mint+
$85

120
1928 Parker True Blue BF ring-top. GFT. No darkening and discoloration. Medium/broad, italic nib. Barrel imprint is highlighted in white (I’ll remove this on request). Near mint+ (perhaps new-old-stock).
$200

121
1928 Parker True Blue BF Set. GFT. No darkening and discoloration. Slightly brighter colors than the other True Blues offered here. Medium nib. Barrel imprints are highlighted in white (I’ll remove this on request). New-old-stock. Mint.
$575

122
1928 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

123
1929 Parker True Blue BF. GFT. No darkening and discoloration. Medium, flexible nib. Barrel imprint is highlighted in white (I’ll remove this on request). Near mint+.
$400

124
1929 Parker Duofold Jr. BF Set in Black & Pearl Moderne. GFT. Fine nib. A touch of ambering to the center of the pen barrel, otherwise near mint.
$250

125
1929 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

126
1929 Parker Duofold Sr Streamline BF in Lapis (white on blue). GFT. Barrel a tad darker where it’s protected by the cap, otherwise near mint+. Correct “arrow” nib (medium/fine) and “Christmas tree” feed.
$575

127
1930 Parker Duofold Vest Pocket BF ring-top Set in Jade. GFT. Absolutely mint color and condition, in original form-fitted hinged velvet lined case (a little threadbare). I can’t tell you how hard this is to find in perfect color! Broad nib. Close up of set in box.
$800

128
1930 Parker Pencil for above set.
Set

129
1940 Parker Duofold Jr. Vacumatic-fill in Silver, Red and Black striped. Visualated barrel. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint
$150

130
1940 Parker Duofold Major Vacumatic-fill in Silver, Blue and Black striped. GFT, including the wide ellipse cap band. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. Near mint.
$175

131
1941 Parker Duofold BF in Red Pearl & Silver with Black Stripes. GFT, including the wider “jeweler’s” band. Medium, italic nib. Near mint+.
$125

132
1941 Parker Duofold Debutante Vacumatic-fill in Silver, Red and Black striped. Visualated barrel. GFT with wide cap band with boxed, ellipse design. Double-jeweled, with aluminum speedline filler. Medium nib. Near mint+.
$200

133
1942 Parker Duofold Sub-Debutante Vacumatic-fill Set in Silver, Red and Black striped. Visualated barrel. GFT. Fine nib. Just a tad of wear to the center of the imprint (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$150

134
1940 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

135
1944 Parker Duofold Sr. Blue Diamond Vacumatic-fill in Silver, Red and Black striped. Visualated barrel. GFT. Fine “Arrow” nib. New-old-stock. Mint. [Also available in 1943 with medium/fine “V” nib @ $175]
$150

136
1945 Parker Duofold Debutante Vacumatic-fill in Green, Bronze and Black striped. Visualated barrel. GFT with wide cap band with boxed, ellipse design. Fine nib. Near mint+.
$175

137
1945 Parker Duofold Sub-Debutante. Vacumatic-fill in Silver, Blue and Black striped. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. Just a tad of wear to the center of the imprint (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$115

138
1945 Parker Duofold Jr. Vacumatic-fill Set in Green, Bronze and Black striped. Visualated barrel. GFT. Medium nib. Canadian manufacture. Near mint.
$175

139
1945 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set. Tad of imprint wear.
Set

140
1947 Parker Parker 51 Demi Vacumatic-fill in Dove Grey. Brushed Lustraloy cap. Even though this is a Vacumatic-fill, the Demi model never came with a Blue Diamond clip. Fine nib. A little shop wear to the cap noticeable under magnification, otherwise near mint.
$100

141
1946 Parker Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Midnight Blue. Cap is marked “Gold Filled Made in Canada” (alternating 3 pinstripes and plain panels). Medium/broad “Ball” nib – perfect for both left and right handed writers. Has been filled, otherwise near mint. Canadian manufacture.
$175

142
1948 Parker Duofold BF in Royal Blue. GFT. Slip cap model, emulating the Parker 51 which was so very popular at this time. Odd nib imprint, running down the nib rather than across the nib. Medium nib. Canadian manufacture. Near mint.
$100

143
1948 Parker Parker 51 Demi Vacumatic-fill in Black. Brushed Lustraloy cap. Even though this is a Vacumatic-fill, the Demi model never came with a Blue Diamond clip. Fine nib. A little shop wear to the cap noticeable under magnification, otherwise near mint.
$100

144
1948 Parker Parker 51 Demi Vacumatic-fill in Midnight Blue. Brushed Lustraloy cap. Even though this is a Vacumatic-fill, the Demi model never came with a Blue Diamond clip. Fine nib. A little shop wear to the cap noticeable under magnification, otherwise near mint. Canadian manufacture.
$125

145
1950 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Midnight Blue. 1/10 12K Gold-filled cap in the “5 Converging Line” pattern. Extra-smooth, medium/fine nib. Cap has very small owner’s initials “H.K” (reflected in price). Has been filled (plyglass is blue), otherwise near mint.
$100

146
1950 Parker 21 Aerometric-fill in Burgundy with smooth Gold-filled cap and clip. Medium/fine nib. Has been filled (inside of bladder is red, otherwise near mint.
$75

147
1951 Parker Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Black. 1/10 12K gold-filled cap in the “5-converging line” pattern. Extra-smooth, medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint, with perfectly clear plyglass.
$175

148
1952 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Forrest Green. 1/8 14K Gold-filled cap in the “Fully Pinstriped” pattern. Medium/fine nib. Has been used (plyglass is green), and the cap has some surface wear noticeable with a loop. Excellent+
$175

149
1953 Parker Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Black. 1/10 12K gold-filled cap in the “5-converging line” pattern. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Near mint+, plyglass with a tinge of red.
$150

150
1960 Parker 45 4-Color Filghter Ball Pen in Lustraloy (stainless steel) (red, blue, black and green). Rare, especially in the bandless model. GFT. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

151
1970 Parker 75 Cisele cartridge/converter-fill in Vermeil (gold-filled over sterling silver). Medium nib. Near mint. Converter included
$275

152
1972 Parker 75 Titanium cartridge/converter-fill. Quite rare. It is believed that Parker adapted the caps and barrels from the failed T-1 integral nib pen to make the Titanium 75. Medium nib, New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$650

153
1972 Parker 75 Titanium Rollerball. Rare. Mint. Refill included.
$450

154
1979 Parker 25 Flighter cartridge/converter-fill Set in Lustraloy (Stainless Steel). Green trim and gripping section (quite rare!). New-old-stock. Mint in original Parker leather carrying case. Converter included. Close up of set in box.
$150

155
1979 Parker Cap-activated ball pen for above set.
Set

156
1979 Parker 75 cartridge/converter-fill in Jasper Red Quartz. GPT. 18K Broad, extra-broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label. Converter included
$295

157
2005 Parker/Torelli 51 Vacumatic-fill in Blue & Crimson banded. Hand brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. GF “Blue Diamond” clip. An incredible pen, handmade and lifetime guaranteed by the master penmaker. Double jeweled. Fine nib. Mint.
$750

158
2005 Parker/Torelli 51 Vacumatic-fill in Blue & Crimson banded. The Sterling Silber banded cap continues the pattern from the pen. GF “Blue Diamond” clip. An incredible pen, handmade and lifetime guaranteed by the master penmaker. Double jeweled. Broad, oblique, italic nib. Mint.
$850

159
1935 Pelikan 101N PIF in Tortoise with red inner cap and red turning knob. GFT. Broad, oblique nib. Visualated amber celluloid barrel. Near mint.
$1250

160
1937 Pelikan 101N PIF in Tortoise with matching inner cap and red turning knob. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Visualated amber celluloid barrel. Near mint.
$1250

161
1939 Pelikan Bulb-filler in black with yellow transparent celluloid barrel window. Signed “Rap-Pen” nib. “Rap pen” and “Horse” logo engraved into the cap, still with original blue highlighting. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Still has original bulb, which is a little stiff. I will replace on request. Close up of pen in box.
$250

162
1949 Pelikan 100N in Green Pearl. Visualated barrel. Rarer model, with chased cap band and fluted clip. These are brass and not gold-filled or plated, as the gold was rationed since the late 1930s for the German war effort. In 1950 Pelikan was able to start using gold-filled trim once again. Double-broad, flexible nib. Near mint.
$300

163
1950 Pelikan 400 PIF in Green Stripe. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium, oblique nib. Near mint+. [Two available, the second with a double-broad, oblique nib].
$200

164
1951 Pelikan 550 PIF in Brown Stripe with GF cap and turning knob (rare). Visualated barrel. Medium, extra-flexible nib. The pen has been filled and there is a very small name engraving on the cap (reflected in the price). But the saving grace is the wonderful medium, extra-flexible nib! Excellent+
$450

165
1953 Pelikan 100N PIF in Green Pearl. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine nib. Near mint.
$275

166
1954 Pelikan 140 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Has the “click” locking feature on the cap to prevent it unscrewing in your pocket. Extra-smooth, medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125

167
1955 Pelikan 120 PIF in Green with Black Cap. GFT. Visualated barrel. Gold-plate double-broad (1mm) nib. New-old-stock. Mint. [Two available. The second with some signs of wear here and there and fine nib at $100].
$125

168
1956 Pelikan 400NN PIF in Brown Stripe. GFT. Visualated Barrel. Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint. [Two available, the second with a medium nib].
$200

169
1956 Pelikan 400NN PIF in Green Stripe. GFT. Visualated barrel. Double-broad, italic nib. Some brassing at the bottom edge of the cap lip, otherwise near mint. [Two available, the second with a medium, flexible nib].
$150

170
2002 Pelikan M200 Limited Edition PIF in Mandarin Yellow. It’s been about five years since I’ve had one of these to offer. Produced by special order from Citroepers Publishers (Holland), as a gift to the first 1200 buyers of their 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Art Book. Pen comes with the Art Book! Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Close up of pen in box.
$250

171
1928 Security “Giant” Twist-fill in Red Mottled Hard Rubber. GFT. Shown with check protector cap removed. Medium/broad nib, with a tad of flex. The pen looks like it has never been used, but the ink pad was primed with the Check Protector Ink, so I cannot call the pen “mint.” Near mint+ in original box with a tube of original red ink used for the check protector feature, located in the top of the cap. The ink is far, far rarer then the pen! Printed on the inside of the box (on three separate lines) is “Security Pen Corporation,” “Manufacturers,” “Mount Carmel, Ill.”
$900

172
1940 Senator #4 size PIF in Blue Pearl with Black Pinstriping. High quality, German made pen. GFT. Nib signed “Senator 14K Gold Plate” (extra-fine). New-old-stock. Mint.
$135

173
1929 Sheaffer/ Univer #3 LF in Turquoise (Blue and Bronze). Outstanding Sheaffer sub-brand pen in a gorgeous Celluloid never used for a Sheaffer branded pen! GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$250

174
1937 Sheaffer Feather Touch 500 Plunger-fill in Silver Striped. NPT. Our plunger-fill pens are guaranteed for two years. Visualated barrel. Fine nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$135

175
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime White Dot Plunger-fill in Green Striped. GFT. Our plunger-fill pens are guaranteed for two years. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$150

176
1946 Sheaffer Tuckaway Triumph Lifetime White Dot Plunger-fill in Black. 1/10 14K gold-filled cap with pinstriped “Empire” design. Our plunger-fill pens are guaranteed for two years. Visualated barrel. Triumph (wrap-around) nib. Extra-fine nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$90

177
1959 Sheaffer PFM III Snorkel-fill in Green (rare color). GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$275

178
1959 Sheaffer PFM V Snorkel-fill Set in Green (rare color). GF cap and bottom button. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$425

179
1959 Sheaffer Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

180
1959 Sheaffer PFM V Snorkel-fill in Blue. GF cap and bottom button. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Close up of pen in box. [Three available. The second and third without box, at $475. ]
$525

181
1959 Sheaffer PFM V Snorkel-fill in Blue. GF cap and bottom button. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$475

182
1959 Sheaffer PFM V Snorkel-fill in Burgundy. GF cap and bottom button. Extra-fine nib. Near mint. [Two available. The second with a medium nib.]
$375

183
1959 Sheaffer PFM V Snorkel-fill in Black. GF cap and bottom button. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$350

184
1959 Sheaffer PFM V Snorkel-fill in Grey (rarest color!). GF cap and bottom button. New-old-stock. Mint in original box (box a bit threadbare). Close up of pen in box.
$625

185
1959 Sheaffer PFM I Snorkel-fill in Black. CPT. Medium nib. Near mint.
$200

186
1959 Sheaffer PFM III Snorkel-fill Set in Blue. GFT. Fine nib. Has been filled, otherwise near mint
$400

187
1959 Sheaffer Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

188
1959 Sheaffer PFM II Snorkel-fill in Burgundy. Brushed Stainless Steel cap. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original decal label.
$325

189
1990 Sheaffer 1083 Laque Black Spiral (cable twist) 2nd Edition. GPT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$260

190
1992 Sheaffer 1090 Targa Fred Force 10 Ball Pen twist-activated in Palladium Plate. Introduced as part of the Fred Joallier collection. Beautiful Nautical Cable design. GPT. Near mint+
$400

191
1933 Soennecken Rheingold No. 912 BF in Jade. Early model with knurling on both the blind cap and inner cap. Black hard rubber inner cap with the “S” logo in white casein surrounded by the black “sunburst.” GFT. To access the filler button, the sleeve on the bottom of the barrel retracts by turning anticlockwise. One push on the BHR button fills the pen. Medium, italic nib. An extremely rare pen, unfortunately with color ambering (otherwise near mint), which is reflected in the price (would be $2000 without the ambering). Very nice is the medium, extra-flexible nib, with an italic flair.
$650

192
1938 Soennecken 510S PIF in Black. GFT. Cap bands are rounded and raised and in relief from the cap. Wartime, alloy nib (fine). New-old-stock. Mint. [Two available. The second with a medium nib.]
$225

193
1942 Soennecken “Oxford” (506) PIF in Red Pearl Web. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib, with a tad of flex. Near mint.
$175

194
1946 Soennecken 120 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Very large, wartime, alloy nib (broad). New-old-stock. Mint.
$300

195
1946 Soennecken 116 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad/double-broad, wartime, alloy nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

196
1948 Soennecken 110 PIF in Dark Blue Pearl with Black Web. GFT. Black hard rubber inner cap with the “S” logo surrounded by the black “sunburst.” Visualated barrel. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$275

197
1952 Soennecken 103 PIF in Silver Pearl with Black Pinstriping. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$250
198
1952 Soennecken 222 Superior PIF in Black with Silver Hashmarks. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$550
199
1952 Soennecken 222 Extra PIF in Sea Green Lizard (rare color). GFT. Broad/double-broad nib. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$600

200
1954 Soennecken 111 Superior PIF in Dark Tortoiseshell Herringbone (rare color). GFT. Double-broad, italic, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$875

201
1954 Soennecken 111 Extra PIF in Black. The largest model in the series. GFT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$850

202
2001 Visconti Visconti “Fountain Pen Hospital 2001” Amigdala cartridge/converter-fill in Blue Pearl. Limited Edition #4 of 10. Rhodium-plate trim, gripping section and nib. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label. Converter included.
$95

203
2001 Visconti Visconti “Fountain Pen Hospital 2001” Amigdala cartridge/converter-fill in Blue Pearl. Limited Edition #4 of 10. Rhodium-plate trim, gripping section and nib. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label. Converter included.
$95

204
2001 Visconti Visconti “Fountain Pen Hospital 2001” Amigdala cartridge/converter-fill in Yellow Pearl. Limited Edition #5 of 10. Rhodium-plate trim, gripping section and nib. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$95

205
2001 Visconti Visconti “Fountain Pen Hospital 2001” Amigdala cartridge/converter-fill in Yellow Pearl. Limited Edition #4 of 10. Rhodium-plate trim, gripping section and nib. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$95

206
2001 Visconti Visconti “Fountain Pen Hospital 2001” Amigdala cartridge/converter-fill in Yellow Pearl. Limited Edition #7 of 10. Rhodium-plate trim, gripping section and nib. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$95

207
2001 Visconti Visconti “Columbus Pen Show” Amigdala cartridge/converter-fill in Blue Pearl. Un-numbered Limited Edition. Gold-plate trim, gripping section and nib. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label. Converter included.
$95

208
1936 Wahl Eversharp Coronet LF in Gold-filled with Red Pyralin inserts. Visualated barrel and automatic shut-off valve. No doubt Wahl’s most highly Art Deco pen. Gorgeous condition! Medium nib. Near mint.
$1200

209
1920 Wahl Eversharp #2 LF All Metal LF ring-top in Gold-filled “Christmas Bells” pattern. Very rare and highly sought by Wahl collectors. Also very rare to find in the full length with a ring-top cap! This allowed the cap to stay attached to the neck ribbon or watch chain, yet still have a pen of comfortable length to write with. Gripping section is correct red mottled hard rubber. Fine nib. Near mint+
$300

210
1920 Wahl Eversharp #0 LF ring-top in all gold-filled “Greek Key” pattern. Even the gripping section is covered. Exceptionally small pen, made for a vest pocket, watch chain, chatelaine or purse. Also came with a tassie for use with dance cards. Great for your checkbook, notepad or diary. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$65

211
1925 Wahl Eversharp #2 LF in Black “Greek Key” Chased Hard Rubber. GFT, including “rollerball” clip. Expressive, fine, extra-flexible nib. A few mars near the cap top, otherwise near mint.
$175

212
1935 Wahl Eversharp Stream-line Light Weight Bulb-fill in Green & Black Web. GFT. Very rare! Vacumatic-fill (pressing the bulb fills the barrel) so it holds a lot of ink. Slim, so it is comfortable for a stenographer. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$325

213
1935 W’Eversharp Doric LF in Blue Pearl Web. NPT. Medium, stiff nib (have any carbon copies to make!?!). Visualated barrel. Near mint.
$250

214
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric plunger-fill in Blue Pearl Web. Our plunger-fill pens are guaranteed for two years. MPT. Very Art Deco design. Adjustable nib: fine, flexible to extra-fine, stiff. Visualated barrel. Automatic shut-off valve built into the gripping section. Barrel imprints are highlighted in white (I’ll remove this on request). New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

215
1941 Wahl Eversharp Skyline LF in Black. GFT. 1/10 14K GF Horizontally chased cap. Medium nib. One small ding on the back side of the cap, otherwise near mint.
$75

216
1941 Wahl Eversharp Skyline Jr. LF in Green. GFT, including the covered derby. 1/10 14K GF Horizontally chased cap. Medium/broad nib. Near mint.
$100

217
1943 Wahl Eversharp Eversharp Fifth Avenue LF $64 pen. This is a rare version, with “6$4″ factory imprinted on the cap (more about this in a moment). Martin L. Strauss bought the shaky Wahl Co. in 1939. By the early 1940’s, with their sponsorship of the radio show Take it or Leave It,” both the phrase The $64 Question and the Eversharp Company were on the map. Strauss sold tens of millions of dollars of $64 model pen and pencil sets. It is believed that the few of these pens and sets which have solid gold caps factory imprinted “6$4” caps (like this example) were not sold but were awarded as prizes on the radio show, and are therefore extremely rare. In Midnight Blue with 14K cap. No dents or dings. Near mint.
$350

218
1949 Wahl Eversharp Symphony Deluxe LF in Green. Polished Chrome cap “winged” with gold-filled trim. Raymond Lowery designed. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

219
1949 Wahl Eversharp Symphony Deluxe LF Set in Burgundy. Polished Chrome “winged” cap with gold-filled trim. Raymond Lowery designed. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

220
1949 W’Eversharp Pencil for above set.
Set

221
1949 W’Eversharp Symphony LF in Green. Polished gold-filled cap. Raymond Lowery designed. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125

222
1953 Wahl Eversharp Slim Ventura Burp Aerometric-fill in Sterling Silver. Rare, short lived model. Alternating (4) pinstriped & plain panels. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

223
1953 Wahl Eversharp Slim Ventura Burp Aerometric-fill in Sterling Silver. Rare, short lived model. Alternating (4) pinstriped & plain panels. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125

224
1900 Waterman Model 0332 ½ Taper-cap in Gold-filled “Chased” pattern on BHR. Quite rare and beautiful! Crisp cap imprint. Chased “snail” design on barrel. Indicia engraved in Olde English script “AMC.” Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$600

225
1907 Waterman #16 eyedropper-fill in smooth Black Hard Rubber. NPT. A wonderful example of an early and large Waterman pen (most pens at the time were either the 2 or the 4 size). Fine nib. Perhaps a tiny amount of imprint wear (perhaps not), otherwise near mint.
$250

226
1915 Waterman 0512 safety eyedropper-fill pen in gold-filled Hand Engraved Vine pattern overlay on BHR. The Safety pen was so named because the cap now screwed onto the barrel, making a much tighter seal against leaking. Earlier “slip caps” had a bad habit of separating from the pen barrel while in the user’s pocket. Produced with many different overlay patterns, many collectors feel the Hand Engraved Vine pattern is the most beautiful, especially when the pen is fully covered, as is this one. The indicia is non-engraved. One small depression at the edge of the indicia, otherwise near mint. Unrestored.
$750

227
1915 Waterman #0552 ½ L.E.C. (Long Extended Case) LF in Gold-filled “Basket-Weave” pattern. Indicia engraved in Olde English Script: “VBG.” Medium, extra-flexible nib. Outstanding, near mint+ condition.
$400

228
1915 Waterman #0552 ½ L.E.C. (Long Extended Case) LF Set in Gold-filled “Pansy Panel” pattern. Fine, extra-flexible nib. A touch of top edge brassing and a few pin point dings in the knurling, otherwise near mint.
$400

229
1915 Waterman Twist-activated pencil for above set. A touch of brassing at the top edge.
Set

230
1920 Waterman 0555 LF Set in Gold-filled “Gothic” pattern over Black Hard Rubber. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock, absolutely mint and beautiful!
$800

231
1920 Waterman Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
232
1922 Waterman #452 ½ V LF ring-top in Sterling Silver “Basket-Weave” pattern over Black Hard Rubber. A lovely pen, made for a watch chain, chatelaine, chain, purse or vest pocket. Incredible fine, triple-flexible nib! A little ambering on the hard rubber underlay, otherwise near mint with no dents, dings or wear. Will polish on request.
$250

233
1922 Waterman #452 ½ V LF ring-top in Sterling Silver “Daisy-Weave” pattern over Black Hard Rubber. I put the two next to each other so you can see the difference in the pattern. Daisy-weave is much rarer. Fine, extra-flexible nib! (The nib in the Basket-Weave is rarer). A little ambering on the hard rubber underlay, otherwise near mint with no dents, dings or wear. Will polish on request.
$250

234
1925 Waterman 42 Safety eyedropper-fill in Woodgrain Hard Rubber. Very, very rare! Double imprint (horizontal on barrel; vertical just above the turning knob). Extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Unrestored.
$325

235
1927 Waterman #5 LF in Red Ripple. GFT. “Pink” color band in cap, and “Pink” signed nib, signifying a fine, extra-flexible nib. A tad of brassing to the clip ball, otherwise near mint.
$500

236
1928 Waterman 51V LF in Red Ripple. NPT. Very rare size! Perfect for a diary, Filo-Fax, checkbook or journal. Broad, italic nib. New-old-stock. Near mint.
$350

237
1928 Waterman #52V LF in Blue Green Ripple (rare). When other pen manufacturers were switching to celluloid, Waterman had just spent a fortune developing colored ripple hard rubber, so they didn’t switch to plastic. The pens, while beautiful, weren’t successful in the marketplace and are rare today. Waterman did eventually switch to Celluloid with the introduction of the Patrician! GFT. Medium, flexible, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$300

238
1930 Waterman/Jif Twist-activated Pencil in Black all-metal. Early mechanism, similar to the early all-metal Wahl mechanical pencil. GFT. Imprint at crown (some wear), otherwise near mint.
$80

239
1930 Waterman/Jif Twist-activated Pencil in Black all-metal. Early mechanism, similar to the early all-metal Wahl mechanical pencil. NPT. Imprint at crown (some wear), otherwise near mint.
$80

240
1930 Waterman/Jif Twist-activated Pencil in Red Mottled Hard Rubber. Early mechanism, similar to the early all-metal Wahl mechanical pencil. NPT. Near mint.
$160

241
1934 Waterman/Jif Repeater Pencil in all-metal Nickel-plate. Fluted design. Near mint.
$150

242
1934 Waterman/Jif Repeater Pencil in Red Cream (onyx). NPT. New-old-stock. Mint
$200

243
1934 Waterman/Jif Repeater Pencil in all-metal Nickle-plate. Diamond-chased design. Near mint.
$150

244
1935 Waterman Ink Vue Deluxe Vacuum-fill in Copper Ray. GFT. Pen fills by pumping a hinged lever. Medium, flexible “Red” nib – Waterman imprinted color designations on nibs which corresponded to nib styles. “Red” is medium, flexible. Owner imprint on barrel: “M.E. Shore.” Near mint.
$475

245
1935 Waterman Ink-Vue Standard Vacuum-fill in Copper Ray. GFT. Pen fills by pumping a hinged lever. Medium, “Manifold” (stiff) nib. Near mint.
$225

246
1935 Waterman 32 ½ LF in Green Marble (rare model). GFT. Canadian manufacture and nib marked “Waterman’s Ideal England.” Medium/fine, flexible nib. A bit of clip ball brassing and a surface scratch here & there, otherwise near mint.
$100

247
1935 Waterman 32V LF in Black with Marcasite lined clip and derby. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock, with original label on the bottom of the pen. (unreadable). Mint.
$250

248
1939 Waterman #2 LF in Black. Made by Waterman France for export, most likely to the UK and/or the US. GFT. “Over-the-top” clip, similar to the 100 Year pen introduced in the US the same year (see item below). On an historical note, in September of this year France declared war on Germany (surrendering about 9 months later). Medium, flexible nib. Near mint.
$150

249
1939 Waterman Hundred Year LF in Blue. GFT. The design of the first year of the 100 Year Pen includes the “over-the-top” clip, rippled cap and barrel, and no cap bands. Quite hard to find today, especially without crazing or a cap lip crack. This example is just about perfect. The streamlined body design and the clip are actually patented. Interestingly, this was the world’s first Lucite (Dupont acrylic) pen, allowing for its transparency! Before the 1940 model run, the name of which was changed from “Hundred Year” to “100 Year,” Waterman also switched to celluloid, leaving Lucite available for Dupont’s war production needs. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+.
$850

250
1941 Waterman 100 Year LF “Lady” Set in Blue. GFT. Fine, flexible, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with guarantee. Close up of set in box.
$500

251
1941 Waterman Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

252
1941 Waterman 100 Year Oversize LF in Black. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint
$375

253
1945 Wyvern “Perfect Pen #81” LF in Bronze Pearl “Patch” Marble. GFT, including a Parker Vacumatic type washer clip with a black jewel. Medium “Warranted 14K 1st Quality” nib. UK manufacture. New-old-stock. Mint.
$100