Catalog 75 (June 2015)


Welcome to archived Catalog #75, 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
1905 Aikin Lambert “Poinsettia” #2 eyedropper-fill straight-sided in repousse golf-filled Poinsettia” pattern. Aikin Lambert was a NYC based manufacturer founded in 1864. They started making pens in the late 1880s, all high quality. They supplied gold nibs to Waterman who, in 1915 acquired the company to ensure their continued supply. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+. Close up of pen.
$1500

2
1911 Parker No. 58 Awanyu “Aztec” eyedropper-fill in 18K gold-filled half-overlay with cap crown. Original retail $12.00! Extremely rare and a holy grail of pen collection, with less than a handful known to exist. George Parker explains that he vacationed in Mexico, seeing wonderful Aztec relics in a museum. He obtained permission to use the three armed triskelion design, which was the symbol of preserving life, mythical power, and the guardian of springs and streams. The pen also shows the head of an Indian Chief with a headdress, wearing a snake necklace. Indicia beautifully engraved “Lara.” Near mint in original box with eyedropper. Due to their scarcity, it is unlikely you will ever have another opportunity to add a Parker Aztec to your collection. “Parker Lucky Curve 3″ nib. Close up of pen and box.
$24,950

3
1917 Waterman 41 “Continental Safety” eyedropper-fill in gold-filled repousse overlay. The scene on the overlay depicts Francesco & Paolo nude in embrace, floating on air, with Dante & Virgil watching from the distance on a mountain top. Cap with smaller finer repousse work with small lounging nude women, perhaps angels as some appear to have wings. Cap inscribed: POETA, VOLENTIERI PARLEREIA UE’ DUO CHE INSIEME VANNO. DC INF.” Translates to: “”Poet, gladly would I speak with yonder two who go together (and seem to be so light on the wind). DC INF.” Double-broad, extra-flexible nib. Near mint. Close-up of pen.
$2000

4
1914 Montblanc Rouge et Noir #1 Safety ring-top eyedropper-fill in Black Hard Rubber with 18K Smooth Rolled Gold (aka. Gold-filled) overlay, almost certainly added in Italy. The ring is mounted onto the sides of the cap so the red star is not at all obliterated or hidden. Has original string tassie, so the pen may have first seen life with a dance card (where is that debutante today!?!). Incorrect Montblanc nib (double-broad, italic, flexible), marked MONTBLANC 1 14 CT” and, on it’s heel, “HAMBURG” – should be a “SIMPLO 1 14K” nib. Cap band marked “ROUGE ET NOIR 18 K.R.” Many minor dents and dings in the overlay and a touch of brassing to the cap lip. Excellent.
$1750

5
1930 Montblanc L-30 Masterpiece Push-knob fill in Black & Pearl (very rare!). GFT. The “high-top” model came with both a matching top and a BHR top. This one has the much rarer matching top! Fine nib, with a tad of flex. Near mint.
$3500

6
1955 Montblanc 149 PIF in Celluloid. Early, pre-injection molded ‘Precious Resin’ production when Montblancs were still hand made by master machinists. Outer two cap bands are sterling silver, otherwise GFT. Visualated barrel window with vertical lines. Three-tone 14C nib. Near mint+. Three available: (1) Medium/broad nib; (1) Medium/fine nib; (1) Broad/double-broad, italic nib @ $2100.
$2000

7
1935 Montblanc 224 Push-knob filler in Red & Black Mottled Hard Rubber (very rare). GFT. Rarer yet, since it is a version made for the French market, with the barrel imprinted “importe d’allemagne.” Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint + (could be new-old-stock).
$2500

8
1938 Montblanc K122 Meisterstuck BF in Lapis (very rare). The Meisterstuck was Montblanc’s top-of-the-line pen, with a lifetime guarantee. GFT. Fine nib. A bit of cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$3000

9
1931 Wahl Eversharp Doric oversize in Cathay (Light Green). One of the rarest and most beautiful of the Doric Celluloids. NPT. Signed “#9″ adjustable nib; from fine, stiff to medium, extra-flexible. Near mint+, without even a hint of discolor or crystallization. You’ll never find a better example!
$3500

10
1932 La Plume D’or Pullman 35 Meteor BF in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Incredible pen, where the nib propels and retracts by pushing and pulling the barrel of the pen into and out of the cap. Not many survived, as they broke when folks tried to screw off the cap. Pullman (UK) licenced the technology to the La Plume D’or company in France, who called their version “Meteor.” Correct “D & I Paris” nib (fine, extra-flexible). A little imprint wear, otherwise near mint+
$2250

11
1932 La Plume D’or Pullman 35 Meteor BF in Red Mottled hard Rubber. See above for more information. Correct “D & D Paris” nib (extra-fine, flexible). A little imprint wear, otherwise near mint+
$3250

12
1932 La Plume D’or Pullman 35 Meteor BF in smooth Black Hard Rubber. See above for more information. Correct “D & D Paris” nib (extra-fine, flexible) also imprinted “Reversible” meaning you can write with the nib upside down as well!. Near mint+
$2250

13
1931 Pelikan T111 Toledo PIF in 24K gold-plated sleeve with etched pelicans surrounded by fine tooling. This is the ORIGINAL, not the modern reproduction! Martin Lehman (author of the Pelikan book) describes the process of making the binde: the motifs of the body are carved into a relief by using a corrosive, deep parts are then burnished, distinguished motifs were gold-plated and parts of the line drawings then re-engraved by hand. The black hard rubber cap with etched clip (used only on this model) and knurled cap bands (also unique to this model). Amber celluloid barrel. The pen has it’s proper unique cap; the clip engraved with a Pelikan motif This pen is thought of as the “holy grail” of vintage Pelikans! Double-broad, oblique nib (other nibs available). New-old-stock. Near mint+.
$6500

14
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 inner-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 nib. Visualated barrel. Bottom cap band is “wavey” and the imprint around the bottom edge of the inner cap is very worn (readable with a loop), otherwise near mint.
$2100

15
1937 Pelikan 101N PIF in Lizard (introduced in 1937). Amber visualated barrel. Rarer version with nickel plate trim rather than gold filled trim. Fine, flexible nib. Slightest wear to the cap top logo (all present), otherwise near mint.
$1600

16
1950 Pelikan Transition 100N PIF in Grey Striped. The binde is the same material as was used for the Model 400, introduced the same year. Well documented prototype in the Pelikan books. Extremely rare. Binde factory imprinted “Export.” Also uses the Model 400 nib style. Broad nib. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$3000

17
1930 Tri-Pen #4 Set in Black & Pearl. The company previously produced triangular shaped pencils, many sold imprinted as advertising specialties. Eventually, in the 1920’s, producing fountain pens and naming the model as the Triad Pen. Very high quality, but few survived because folks didn’t realize the triangular-shaped caps didn’t turn. The cap lifts straight up off the pen, once the top cap is turned (clockwise) to unscrew the inner cap from the barrel! GFT. Barrels engraved “Emil Hermann.” Extra-fine nib. Near mint.
$1850

18
1930 Tri-Pen Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

A Page of Vintage Italian Pens

19
1925 Aurora RA 5 Safety eyedropper-fill in 18K gold-filled. “Barley” pattern. The RA came in five sizes, “5” being the largest. Fine nib. Some cap lip, cap top edge and clip brassing, otherwise near mint and fully restored.
$400

20
1927 Aurora “Rapid” Safety eyedropper-fill in 18K gold-filled. The “Rapid,” always a safety pen with a precious metal overlay, elegantly produced in many different designs, this one in beautiful engine-turned geometric designs. The cap is always signed “Rapid” on the front and “GZ” in a diamond logo on the back. Roller-ball clip. Correct “Warranted 14K” nib (medium, extra-flexible). Near mint and fully restored.
$600

21
1929 Aurora ARA 5 LF in Black. GFT. The largest size in which this rare pen was made. Correct, rare, “Aurora 6 Torino 14K” nib (medium). A touch or brassing to the clip ball and lever edge, otherwise near mint.
$750

22
1929 Aurora ARA 3 LF in Red Mottled Hard Rubber (very early and rare). GFT. Correct, rare, “Aurora 1 Torino 14K” nib (broad, flexible). Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$600

23
1933 Aurora Novum Faccettata Medium LF in Blue/green Pearl with Black Veins (very “Arco” like). GFT, including the spring loaded “Safety” rocker clip (rare, first model, with safety clip). The model came in three sizes, large (#5 nib), medium (#3 nib), small (#1 nib). This is the medium. The Novum is the rare Aurora with the filling lever located on the very bottom of the barrel. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$1,600

24
1938 Aurora Optima plunger-fill in Green Pearl Marble. It’s very highly visualated barrel is no accident, as Aurora designed it to compete with the Parker Vacumatic. This model is the rare first version, with the wide “Greek-Key” center cap band. Soon after introduction the center band was narrowed. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$750

25
1940 Aurora Olo Lusso BF in Blue Pearl with Black variated fine circling veins (beautiful). Aurora added the Olo as a quality pen designed to capture a lower price point than the Novum. For the first 6 or 7 years Aurora actually hid the fact that they made the Olo, marketing it through a totally different distribution system. By the mid 30’s they realized there would be no shame in admitting this high quality pen was theirs, and from that point on the Olo appeared in all the regular Aurora catalogs. GFT, with a Parker Vacumatic-like washer clip. Correct “Platiridio Extra Aurora 5″ nib (fine). A tad of imprint wear (fully readable) otherwise near mint.
$350

26
1942 Aurora Novum Faccettata Large LF in Red Pearl with Black Veins. GFT. The model came in three sizes, large, medium and small. This is the large. The Novum is the rare Aurora with the filling lever located on the very bottom of the barrel. Medium, italic, triple flexible nib! Just a touch of high-point cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$1600

27
1942 Aurora Novum Faccettata Large LF in Green Pearl with Black Veins. GFT. The model came in three sizes, large, medium and small. This is the large. The Novum is the rare Aurora with the filling lever located on the very bottom of the barrel. Fine, triple flexible nib! Just a touch of high-point cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$1600

28
1939 Omas Lucens Plunger-fill Medium in Black. Highly visualated barrel, with black horizontal rings. GFT. Roller-ball clip. The Lucens was the flagship of the Omas line. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint,
$1000

29
1968 Omas Milord Faceted PIF in Pearl Grey (very rare and beautiful). GFT, including the center wide “Greek-Key” band. Medium, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$375

A Page of Vintage Desk Sets

30
1985 Pelikan Single Desk Pen Base 6 3/4″ x 3 3/4″ x 3/8″ in Black plastic with a 1″ Green Laminated stripe running down the center, which is book marked by a metal band on both sides. GF trumpet for model 200, 250 and 400 pens (or others the same size), the other for a model 100, 150 Celebry or ball pen (or others the same size). Comes with a bottle of ink which rests in a recessed space in the base. New-old-stock. Mint. No pens included. Close-up photo.
$100

31
1927 Wahl Eversharp #2 Desk Set in Black. 3.5″ x 3″ x 1″ Black Onyx Desk Base with Black trumpet and matching pen. A small base which doesn’t take much room on your desk and sports a wonderful fine, extra-flexible nib. GFT. Near mint. Close-up photo.
$150

32
1950 Pelikan 100Na Desk Base in Black. Rare black vase-shaped base and matching pen with fixed taper. Green acrylic barrel. Medium/fine nib with a tad of flex (other nibs available). New-old-stock. Mint with original box for the pen. Close-up photo.
$800

33
1985 Pelikan Double Desk Pen Base 9" x 4" x 3/8" in Black plastic with a 1" Green Laminated stripe running down the center, which is book marked by a metal band on both sides. One GF trumpet for model 200, 250 or 400 pen (or another the same size), the other for a model 100, 150 Celebry or ball pen (or another the same size). Comes with a bottle of ink with a GF cap, which nests into a recessed space in the base.. New-old-stock. Mint. No pens included. Close-up photo.
$125

34
1935 Waterman #7 LF Desk Set BHR pen with Sterling Silver “Smooth” overlay. Wonderful Art-Deco Triangular-shaped Waltham 8-Day clock (unfortunately, not working). 6 1/2” x 3" x 1" white onyx base with Bronze Veins. Fine nib, with a touch of flex. Near mint. The price would be 50% higher if the clock was working. Close-up photo.
$400

35
1950 Parker 51 Double Desk Set with (2) Parker 51 Aerometric-fill desk pens. 15" x 7" by 3/4". The black glass base is decorated with a large brass surface under the trumpets, an oval plaque (not engraved) and a 3 3/4" round barometer (you’ll never have a reason for not knowing if it’s going to rain tomorrow!). Pens are new-old-stock, with no signs of ink in either plyglass bladder. Both nibs are medium/fine. Near mint. Close-up photo.
$300

36
1937 Sheaffer #5 Feather-Touch LF Desk Set in Black. 7" x 4/5" by ½" rectangle “stepped” metal base with rare Blue Mirror top. Also quite rare with the matching NP bands on both the trumpet and pen (99%+ of the time the trim on Sheaffer desk sets is gold-filled). Medium/fine nib. Near mint+. Close-up photo.
$300

37
1927 Wahl Eversharp #2 LF Desk Set in Bronze color semi-circular-like 5 sided geometric molded base with three compartments and a pen rest. Further geometric designs along all the outer edges and on the top face. 7 1/2" x 3 1/2" x 3/4". Extremely attractive with the Woodgrain hard rubber trumpet and matching desk pen. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint. Close-up photo.
$275

38
1975 Montblanc Carrera cartridge/converter-fill Desk Set. The Carrera "Tire" desk base is extremely rare. The pen cap attaches to the tire when using the pen at your desk, and is easily detached so it can be carried in a pocket. Visualated barrel. Extra-fine/fine nib (other nibs available). New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included. Close-up photo.
$325

39
1950 Pelikan 100Na Desk Base in Grey Marble (extremely rare). 4.2" x 6 1/4" x 1" green-tinted class base with rounded edges and inlaid oval shaped recess. Black trumpet. Green acrylic barrel. Medium/fine nib (other nibs available). New-old-stock. Mint in extremely hard to find original box (the box was not originally designed quite strong enough for the weight of the desk set and has become a bit threadbare. It’s very rare because most of the boxes fell apart and were tossed many years ago). Close-up photo.
$900

40
1965 Parker #45 mid-century Teak Double Desk Set with Black cartridge/converter-fill fountain pen and ball pen. 14" x 3" x 3/4" “scow” shaped wooden base with brass accouterments. Medium/fine nib. Near mint. Converter included. Close-up photo.
$95

41
1937 Omas "Extra" piston-fill Desk Set in Black. 4" x 5.5" Beveled green-tinted glass base and black trumpet. Visualated section. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+.Beautiful! Close-up photo.
$400

A Page of Vintage Conway Stewarts

42
1957 Conway Stewart 286 #2 size LF in Cracked Ice. GFT. Medium nib. New–old-stock. Mint.
$375

43
1951 Conway Stewart Model 27 LF in Brown Pearl Candystripe (web). GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+
$200

44
1951 Conway Stewart Model 28 LF in Green Pearl Candystripe (web). GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$175

45
1951 Conway Stewart 27 LF in Blue Herringbone. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$200

46
1951 Conway Stewart 58 LF in Blue Pearl Herringbone. GFT. Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225

47
1951 Conway Stewart 24 LF Set in Cracked Ice. GFT. Medium/broad, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). New-old-stock. Mint in original box.
$550

48
1951 Conway Stewart Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

49
1952 Conway Stewart 76 LF in Blue Pearl Herringbone. GFT. Extra-smooth, broad nib. Near mint+
$225

50
1952 Conway Stewart 15 (#2 size) LF in Blue Pearl. GFT. Medium/broad nib. Near mint+
$100

51
1954 Conway Stewart 84 LF Set in Blue Pearl Marble. GFT. Double-broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$200

52
1954 Conway Stewart Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

53
1955 Conway Stewart 58 LF in Lined (web)( Grey Pearl. GFT. Double-broad nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$200

54
1938 Conway Stewart 15 (#2 size) LF in Green Pearl with Black Veins. GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$175

A Page of Vintage Conklin Endura Pens and Pencils

55
1924 Conklin Duragraph LF in Black Hard Rubber. The Duragraph came with a lifetime guarantee covering both accident and wear. These were only manufactured for a few months and are very rare today. “Toledo” nibs were used. GFT. Medium/broad, italic nib. Some wear to the imprint (not all readable), otherwise near mint.
$675

56
1926 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Cardinal, set off nicely with inlaid blue bands. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock). Two available, the second with fine nib, new-old-stock, mint with original label @ $650.
$550

57
1926 Conklin Long Endura LF in Mahogany (Woodgrain) Hard Rubber. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$575

58
1926 Conklin Long Endura LF in Sapphire Blue. GFT. New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: (1) Medium/fine nib; (2) Fine nib.
$500

59
1926 Conklin Medium Endura in (Light) Verde Green (rare). GFT. Barrel engraved, “Maud S. Allison.” Medium nib. Near mint.
$350

60
1926 Conklin Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

61
1927 Conklin Long Endura LF in Black & Bronze. GFT. Fine nib. A touch of wear to the barrel imprint, otherwise near mint. Buy with matching pencil below at $500.
$400

62
1927 Conklin Long Endura twist-operated pencil in Black & Bronze. Matches pen above. Near mint+. Buy with matching pen above at $500.
$150

63
1927 Conklin Long Endura LF in Black. GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$450

64
1927 Conklin Long Endura LF in Black & Bronze. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint.
$425

65
1927 Conklin Long Endura LF in Verde (dark) Greene. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint+
$675

66
1929 Conklin Endura Sr. LF in Black & Pearl with inlaid black bands. One of the rarer colors. GFT. Medium/fine nib. These are almost always found with ambering, this one with far better color than most. Otherwise near mint.
$400

67
1929 Conklin Long Endura LF in Black. GFT. New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: (1) Medium nib; (1) Medium/broad, italic nib.
$475

Regular Alphabetical Section

68
1928 Carter’s Model 10117 INX #7 size LF in Coral (Red with Orange Specks). Beautiful! GFT. Huge nib marked “Carter’s INK Pen 7” (medium, flexible). Near Mint.
$950

69
1930 Carter’s #8 size INX LF in Silver Pearl. Set off beautifully with a gold band at the cap top and barrel bottom. GFT. Medium/fine nib, with a touch of flex. A touch of brassing of the very top and the edges of the clip, otherwise near mint.
$850

70
1999 Cartier Dandy cartridge/converter-fill LE #0370/1847 in Platinum Plate with multi-length “empire-like” engraved lines on the cap & barrel. Barrel also with an inlaid blue enamel design just below the gripping section and another at the very cap top. 18K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$600

71
1999 Cartier Dandy cartridge/converter-fill LE# 0684/1847 in Platinum Plate with inlaid Black Enamel Stripes on both the cap and barrel. 14K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$600

72
1926 Chilton #4 Pneumatic-fill in Dark Green with Light Green Swirl. Unsigned Chilton, apparrently made exclusively for department stores (has been traced through imprinting and advertisements/catalogs to Sears, Macy’s, L. Bamberger & Co, Gimbles, Sage-Allen in Connecticut, and Hutzler Brothers in Baltimore). Barrel imprint is only a patent date. GFT. Odd Chilton variant marketed by Seth Chilton Crocker out of Boston after Chilton had moved to Long Island City. Mechanism is a bit different from the usual Chilton pneumatic filler (no hole in the end cap). There is a store name imprinted on the cap, "Sage-Allen" a large department store chain which was headwuartered in Hartford, CT. Correct “Warranted 14K USA” nib (medium/fine with a touch of flex). A touch of wear to the clip and brassing to the cap bands, otherwise near mint.
$300

73
1927 Leboeuf #6 LF in Golden Tiger’s Eye Pearltex. GFT. Fine nib. A touch of lever and clip brassing, otherwise near mint.
$800

74
1927 Mabie Todd Swan L245/47 Leverless (twist-fill) in Mosaic (Bronze Marble with White Veins). Wonderful color! GFT. Three cap bands with the center one knurled. Set off nicely with knurled black ends. Accommodation clip. Extra-fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$350

75
1925 Moore L-96 LF in Royal Blue. The largest size in which this model was made. GFT. Fine, flexible nib (flex nibs are unusual for this model). Near mint+
$550

76
1932 Moore 72-A LF in Blue Pearl with Bronze and Black Striping. GFT. Over-the-top “military clip” (that doesn’t stick out of a uniform pocket). Near mint. Fine nib.
$95

77
1946 Moore “Fingertip” LF in Blue. Designed to compete, i.e., with the Parker 51 and Sheaffer Triumph, it’s iconic long, stainless steel gripping section with inlaid gold nib is certainly unique and a collector favorite. GFT. Over-the-top “military clip” (that doesn’t stick out of a uniform pocket). Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$275

78
1948 Moore “Fingertip” LF in Green with gold-filled horizontally chased cap. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$150

79
1948 Moore “Fingertip” LF in Blue with Chrome horizontally chased cap. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$150

Four Pages of Vintage Montblanc Pens

80
1934 Montblanc 4 BF in Coral Red. Rare early model with the round, bulbous cap top! Medium, flexible nib. Some cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$1200

81
1935 Montblanc 4 BF in Coral Red. Rare! Medium, flexible nib. Near mint+
$1000

82
1936 Montblanc 232 PIF in Black. GFT. Correct wartime alloy medium/broad, flexible nib. Visualated barrel. User grade pen, with brassing to both cap bands, and a little wear to the clip and nib (celluloid and imprints are near mint).
$195

83
1937 Montblanc 334 ½ PIF in Blue Marble. A rare color! GFT. Visualated barrel. Near mint.
$1250

84
1937 Montblanc 134 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. GFT. Long, visualated window with just a tad of wear to the window pinstriping. Platinum plating worn off what was a 2-toned (now 1-toned) nib (medium/broad, flexible). Band brassing and a tad of barrel lacquer wear, otherwise near mint.
$500

85
1937 Montblanc 136 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. Rarer, long-window model. GFT. Visualated barrel with perfect black pinstriping. Correct, wartime, alloy, medium/broad, flexible, italic nib. Near mint.
$1000

86
1943 Montblanc 236 PIF in Green Pearl (rare). The largest size in which this model was made. GFT. Visualated Barrel window. Medium nib. Significant band and clip brassing, otherwise near mint.
$900

87
1944 Montblanc 134 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated window with perfect pinstriping. Correct wartime alloy medium/fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint.
$450

88
1944 Montblanc 132 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. Rarer, long window model. Visualated barrel with pinstriping. A nice user grade pen for those who like a small pen; a touch of wear to the visualated barrel pinstriping; a Montblanc but not correct Meisterstuck nib (fine, extra-flexible); wear to the clip; barrel lacquer wear. The cap band, cap, barrel and imprints are near mint).
$200

89
1946 Montblanc 244 PIF in Green Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine, flexible nib. User grade pen with band brassing, a touch of clip brassing a little ambering of the visualated barrel window. Otherwise near mint with very crisp imprints.
$350

90
1946 Montblanc 246 PIF in Green Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Near mint or better. Three available: (1) Medium/fine nib with a tad of flex; (1) Fine, flexible nib; (1) Broad, italic nib.
$650

91
1946 Montblanc 136 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. Rarer, long-window model, also the rarer transitional model between the single-band 136 and the 3-band 146. GFT. User grade pen: clip and band brassing; pinstriping almost entirely worn off from the barrel window; all the black barrel lacquer worn or polished off; platinum plating worn off what was a 2-toned (now 1-toned) nib (medium/broad). Crisp imprints.
$500

92
1950 Montblanc 644 Masterpiece PIF in Silver Striped. GF “Pinstriped” cap with no dents nor dings. Rare model, made for the Arabian market, with a Green Web cap jewel instead of the 6-pointed star. Two-toned fine, flexible, italic nib. Barrel ambering, otherwise near mint.
$900

93
1950 Montblanc 244 PIF in Black. GFT. Amber visualated barrel. Near mint. Medium/broad, flexible, italic nib. See matching pencil below. Buy with matching pencil @ $425.
$300

94
1950 Montblanc 272 Pix Repeater Pencil in Black. GFT. Near mint+. See marching pen above. Buy with matching pen @ $425.
$175

95
1952 Montblanc 642 Masterpiece in Black. “Silvexa” (matte chrome plating on steel) cap, with GF band and clip. Visualated barrel with very nice vertical striping. “Wing” nib (medium/fine with a touch of flex). Brassing to the bottom edge of the cap band, otherwise near mint.
$500

96
1954 Montblanc 344 PIF in Black. Blue visualated barrel window. GFT. Very smooth, fine nib. Model number on cap band. Near mint.
$250

97
1955 Montblanc 142 Masterpiece PIF in Silver Stripe (rare). GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$900

98
1955 Montblanc 32 PIF in Black. GFT. Hooded, medium/fine nib. Blue visualated barrel threads. Near mint
$165

99
1955 Montblanc 22 PIF in Black. GFT. Blue visualated barrel window. Semi-hooded, stub, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint+
$225

100
1956 Montblanc 256 PIF in Black. The largest size in which this model was made. GFT. Blue visualated barrel. Nib marking on the turning knob is for a fine, oblique nib, while the actual nib is extra-fine/needlepoint. Near mint+
$400

101
1971 Montblanc 124 PIF in Black with Fluted GP cap. Extremely rare, signed Montblanc, MUSIC NIB! New-old-stock. Mint with original label (unreadable).
$750

102
1975 Montblanc Carrera cartridge/converter-fill in Yellow with Black cap. CPT. Near mint+ or better. Converter included. Four available: (2) Medium nib ; (1) Medium nib – wet writer; (1) Fine nib (with a barrel label saying “A”)
$135

103
1975 Montblanc Carrera Rollerball in Yellow with Black Cap. CPT. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included. Two available.
$150

104
1975 Montblanc Carerra Ball Pen in Yellow with Black Cap. CPT. Refill included. New-old-stock. Mint.
$100

105
1975 Montblanc Carerra Repeater Pencil in Yellow with Black Cap. CPT. New-old-stock. Mint.
$100

106
1985 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. GPT. Visualated barrel. Near mint or better. Four available: (1) Medium nib; (2) Medium/broad nib; (1) Double-broad slightly italic @ $575.
$500

107
1990 Montblanc 146 PIF in Black “Precious Resin.” GPT. Visualated barrel. Early plastic feed. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$300

108
1995 Montblanc Classique Solitaire Rollerball in Sterling Silver Pinstripe Fluted. GPT. User grade with wear and some dents and dings in the barrel. A beautiful looking rollerball you don’t have to worry about getting knocked around!
$150

109
2000 Montblanc Classique Rollerball in Black “Precious Resin.” GPT. Near mint+
$150

110
2005 Montblanc Scenium Rollerball or Fineliner in Black Matte with GP accommodation style clip (rare). This model was designed to capture a price point much lower than Montblanc normally sought ($90 vs $300+). It didn’t sell well and was discontinued shortly afterwards. New-old-stock. Mint. By the way, Montblanc is trying again this year with another low priced ball pen, the “Cruise.”
$100

111
2005 Montblanc Scenium Rollerball or Fineliner in Black Matte with CP accommodation style clip (rare). New-old-stock. Mint. See more information above.
$100

112
2005 Montblanc Scenium Rollerball or Fineliner in Black Matte with CP accommodation style clip (rare). New-old-stock. Mint. See more information above.
$100

113
2005 Montblanc Starwalker Rollerball or Fineliner in Floating star in cap-top. Serial numbered cap. Platinum-plate trim.
$200

114
2005 Montblanc Starwalker cartridge/converter-fill in rubber and metal. Floating star in cap-top. Platinum-plate trim. Serial numbered cap. Medium nib. Near mint+.
$240

115
2005 Montblanc Starwalker cartridge/converter-fill in rubber and metal. Floating star in cap-top. Platinum-plate trim. Serial numbered cap. “EF” label on barrel, but seems closer to medium to me. The Starwalker is manufactured for cartridge use only — a MB converter does not fit. Hoerver, a Pelikan converter fits perfectly, and will be included with the pen. Near mint+.
$240

116
2010 Montblanc Starwalker Doue Rollerball or Fineliner. Floating star in cap-top. Platinum-plate Cap and trim. Serial numbered cap. Near mint+.
$300

117
2010 Montblanc Starwalker Doue Rollerball or Fineliner. Floating star in cap-top. Platinum-plate Cap and trim. Serial numbered cap. Near mint+.
$300

118
2010 Montblanc Doue Rollerball in High Polished Stainless Steel. The pen looks great, but when you get it under a loop you can see minor wear that make it near mint rather than mint.
$250

119
2010 Montblanc Doue Ball Pen l in High Polished Stainless Steel. The pen looks great, but when you get it under a loop you can see minor wear that make it near mint rather than mint.
$175

120
2014 Montblanc Generation cartridge/converter-fill in White. GPT. Fine nib. Near mint+ with original nib size label (fine). Converter included.
$100

121
2014 Montblanc Generation cartridge/converter-fill in Light Blue. Fine nib GPT. Near mint+. Converter included.
$90

122
2014 Montblanc Generation cartridge/converter-fill in Red GPT. Fine nib. Near mint+. Converter included.
$90

123
2014 Montblanc Generation cartridge/converter-fill in Dark Bc75lue. GPT. Fine nib. Near mint+. Converter included.
$90

124
1927 Morton “Roxy” #8 LF in Ivory with Black Veins. GP bands and NP clip. The size of the correct “Warranted 14K 8″ nib is actually more of what we would expect from a size “4.” This was a marketing trick to make the public think they were getting a higher quality pen. Medium/broad nib. Barrel engraved “Bessie Ballard.” Some brassing to the cap bands, otherwise near mint.
$100

125
1910 Parker 24 ½ Jack Knife Safety BF in Black Chased hard Rubber. NPT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. New-stock. Mint.
$300

126
1910 Parker Model 15 eyedropper-fill in Corrugated alternating Pearl & Abalone barrel with gold-filled Filigree cap. Cap indicia lightly engraved in Olde English, “N.G.M.” Fine, nib. Minor brassing here and there on the cap overlay, including the lip, otherwise near mint. A beautiful pen!
$1500

127
1922 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Cardinal Hard Rubber. Earliest model, with “Bandless” cap and banner imprint with the Giant-sized “DUOFOLD JR.” imprint (rare). GFT. Fine nib with a touch of flex (also rare). Near mint.
$650

128
1926 Parker Duofold Sr. “Big Red” in Cardinal. Early plastic model with raised cap band and “Banner” barrel imprint. GFT. Near mint. Two available: (1) Medium nib; (1) Extra-smooth fine nib.
$400

129
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. “Big Red” in Cardinal. GFT. User grade pen with “Duofold” nib (fine/extra-fine) and later “comb” feed. Slight barrel imprint wear (fully readable) and a hairline crack in the barrel threads. Excellent+. A wonderful user!
$175

130
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Black & Pearl. GFT. Fine nib. User grade with ambering (although better color than most found), otherwise near mint with a deep, crisp barrel imprint and not even a touch of brassing anywhere.
$250

131
1930 Parker Duofold Jr. Streamlined Pencil in Black & Pearl. GFT. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$75

132
1930 Parker Duofold St. Streamlined BF in Black & Pearl. GFT. Correct early “Duofold” nib (medium) and “spear” feed. User grade pen due to the barrel ambering (better than lots found), otherwise near mint.
$250

133
1932 Parker Duofold Juniorette ring-top BF in Burgundy Marble. GFT. Medium nib. Canadian manufacture. Tiny amount of band brassing and imprint wear (fully readable). Excellent+
$100

134
1937 Parker Oversize Vacumatic in Golden Laminated. GFT. One-tone, fine nib. Slightest band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$450

135
1939 Parker Major Vacumatic in Green Laminated (Canadian manufacture). Pre-Blue Diamond clip model. GFT. Two-toned, medium nib. Visualated barrel. Near mint+
$175

136
1939 Parker Sr. Maxima Vacumatic in Silver Laminated. NPT. Visualated barrel. Two-toned, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$450

137
1947 Parker Sr. Maxima Vacumatic in Blue Laminated. GFT. A rarer late model Sr. Maxima with one jewel and narrow (rather than wide) chased cap band. Highly visualated barrel. Two-toned, fine nib. Near mint.
$675

138
1941 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Bronze Pearl Lined (web). GFT. A gorgeous example of a Streamlined Sr. Duofold in a celluloid only used in their UK production facility. Signed “Duofold” nib and correct “arrow” feed. Fine nib with a touch of flex. Slight imprint wear (fully readable) otherwise near mint.
$500

139
1950 Parker/Olson Popular BF in Dark Blue. Barrel has Chris Olson “anchor” emblem. Made for Parker in Denmark. Based on the UK manufactured Parker Victory, the Popular was designed to have a lower price point in the market place than the Parker VS. In 1953 the button-fill system was replaced by the Aerometric-fill. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint (dipped)
$135

140
1962 Parker “Holy Water Sprinkler” VP (“Very Personal”) cartridge/converter-fill in Black with Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. GFT. Glass cartridge included. New-old-stock. Mint.
$300

A Page of Vintage Parker 51 Sets (+1 Parker 21 Set)

141
1946 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill set in Dove Grey. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) caps with polished bands. Fine nib. Near mint+
$175

142
1946 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

143
1947 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill set in Black. 1/10 16K fully Pinstriped cap. Medium nib. Near mint with no signs of ink usage.
$225

144
1947 Parker Twist-activated Pencil for above set.
Set

145
1948 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill Set in Black. Lustraloy (brushed stainless steel) cap. Fine nib. No signs of use, with a perfectly clean plyglass bladder New-old-stock. Mint
250

146
1948 Parker Cap-activated Ball Pen for above set (rare).
Set

147
1949 Parker 51 Signet Aerometric-fill set in 1/10 14K gold-filled. Alternating pinstripes and plain panels. Fine nib. No signs of use (plyglass bladder is perfectly clean), but a minor ding here and there keep me from calling it mint.
$350

148
1949 Parker Cap-activated pencil for above set.
Set

149
1950 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill set in Burgundy. 1/8 14K fully Pinstriped caps. Medium nib. Near mint+ with no signs of usage and a perfectly clear plyglass bladder.
$225

150
1950 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

151
1951 Parker 21 Aerometric-fill set in Black. Polished Chrome caps with black top jewels. Medium nib. No signs of use, with a perfectly clean plyglass bladder. New-old-stock. Mint.
$75

152
1951 Parker Twist-activated propel only pencil for above set. Tap the lead on a hard surface to repel.
Set

A Page of Vintage Parker 25s and T-1 Pens

153
1975 Parker 25B cartridge/converter-fill in Black Matte. Designed to be the first pen in the Parker line to appeal to the very large 18 to 25 year age group. The simple, modern styling, designed for air travel, was a huge success, even with its steel nib. The Black Matte, which is hard to find today, was discontinued in 1983, and the entire line by 1999. Medium nib (alloy). New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$60

154
1979 Parker 25 Flighter cartridge/converter-fill in Lustraloy (brushed stainless steel). Rare Green trim. See pen above for more information about this unique model. Alloy nib (medium). New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$300

155
1979 Parker 25 Cap-activated Ball Pen for above set.
Set

156
1979 Parker 25 Rollerball for above set.
Set

157
1979 Parker 25 Flighter cartridge/converter-fill in Lustraloy (brushed stainless steel). Rare Blue trim. See pen above for more information about this unique model. Alloy nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included. Two available: (1) Broad nib; (1) Medium nib.
$100

158
1979 Parker 25 Flighter cartridge/converter-fill set in Lustraloy (brushed stainless steel). Rare Red trim (the rarest of the trim colors!). See pen above for more information about this unique model. Alloy nib (medium). New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$300

159
1979 Parker 25 Rollerball for above set.
Set

160
1972 Parker T-1 cartridge/converter-fill in Titanium. GPT. Parker produced the T-1 for only one year, as they found the material too expensive to use (it wore out their tooling too quickly). Medium/broad nib. Near mint+. Converter included.
$700

161
1971 Parker T-1 Rollerball. Originally made for the fibre-tip refill, the rollerball refill fits and operates perfectly. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$450

162
1971 T-1 Ballpen. Cap-activated. GPT. Near mint+. Mint. Refill included.
$350

163
1993 Parker Sonnet Lacque cartridge/converter-fill in Firedance (Deep Red with Black Veins). GPT.18K, broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$150

164
1993 Parker Sonnet Lacque cartridge/converter-fill in Black. The Sonnet, designed by Geoff Hollington (London), who also designed the Parker Insignia, with the intent of replacing the 20+ year old Parker 75 line. Hollongton says he designed the Sonnet focusing on ‘proportion, balance and elegance, and with a generously sized nib.’ GPT. 18K, medium nib. Near mint. Converter included.
$100

165
1994 Parker Sonnet Pencil in “Barley Panels” Silver Plate. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint.
$45

166
1995 Parker Sonnet Lacque cartridge/converter-fill in Blue on a whitish-grey background.18K, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$125

167
1995 Parker Sonnet Lacque cartridge/converter-fill in Deep Green Marble. GPT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$100

168
2002 Parker Sonnet Lacque cartridge/converter-fill in Black. CPT. User grade with some trim and lacquer wear. But an 18K nib (medium) and you don’t have to worry about the pen getting knocked about. Converter included.
$75

169
2006 Parker 100 cartridge/converter-fill in Cobalt Black. CPT. Brushed metal cap with polished black barrel. Hooded-nib (medium), reminiscent of the Parker 51. Near mint. Converter included.
$100

170
1939 Pelikan 101N PIF in Tortoise with matching cap and red inner cap. Rare model with LONG cap tube and SHORT inner cap! I’m told this model was introduced to thwart pickpocketing of the pens. Broad/double-broad nib. Near mint.
$2000

171
1942 Pelikan 100 PIF in Green Pearl. Green acrylic visualated barrel (introduced in 1942). NP clip. Rare wartime model with 2 cap bands knurled into the cap, rather than using metal bands. This was also the year the inner cap logo changed from 4 birds to 2 birds, and the turning knob changed from knurled to smooth. Broad, italic nib with a little flex. Near mint.
$375

172
1948 Pelikan 100N PIF in Grey Pearl (rare color). Amber visualated barrel. GFT. Broad, italic, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$600

173
1950 Pelikan 100N PIF in Green Pearl. Green acrylic visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: (1) Medium/broad, extra-flexible, oblique nib (shaped like left foot); (1) Fine, flexible nib.
$325

174
1950 Pelikan 400 PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Visualated barrel. Near mint or better condition. Four available: (2) Fine, flexible nib; (1) Medium, flexible nib; (1) Broad nib.
$200

175
1950 Pelikan 400 PIF in Brown Striped. GFT. Visualated barrel. Near mint or better condition. Two available: (1) Medium, flexible nib; (1) Medium/fine, flexible nib.
$250

176
1953 Pelikan 101N PIF in Tortoise with matching cap and red turning knob and inner cap (rare). GFT. Green acrylic barrel window. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+. Odd small factory “7300″ engraving at the bottom of the barrel. Does anyone know what this is for?
$1300

177
1954 Pelikan 140 PIF in Green Striped. Visualated barrel. GFT. “Click” locking cap. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$150

178
1956 Pelikan 400NN PIF in Green Striped. GFT. A more streamlined version of the 400 and 400N..Visualated barrel. Near mint+ (or better). Four available: (1) Medium/broad, flexible nib: (1) Broad nib; (1) Fine nib, with a tad of flex; (1) Broad, with a tad of flex
$200

179
1956 Pelikan 400NN PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: (1) Broad nib; (1) Medium/fine nib .
$225

180
1973 Pelikan 120 Merz & Krell PIF in Green with Black Cap. Visualated barrel. Gold-plate extra-fine nib (other nibs available). Near mint.
$125

181
1921 Sheaffer #6 Self-Filling LF in Black Chased Hard Rubber. NPT. Very rare, early Sheaffer. Also quite rare is the flexible nib (broad)!
$500

182
1925 Sheaffer Autograph Pencil in Black with wide 14K band.. At the time “Autograph” pens and pencils were ordered, a facsimile of a signature was supplied, which was reproduced on the 14K band prior to delivery. This one was never engraved. New-old-stock. Mint.
$100

183
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Standard twist-activated Pencil in Ebonized Pearl. GFT. Near mint.
$50

184
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF Set in Golden Striped. GFT. Visualated section. Two-toned nib (extra-fine). Near mint.
$450

185
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Twist-activated pencil for above set. Slightest band brassing.
Set

186
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large plunger-fill in Ebonized Pearl. Highly visualated barrel with black “spiral.” GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$425

187
1937 Sheaffer Feather Touch 500 LF in Golden Striped. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$125

188
1985 Sheaffer “Regency” Targa cartridge/converter-fill in Brass and Lacquer finish with black and gold colored stripes. 23K GP trim. Medium nib. Near mint. Converter included.
$175

189
1998 Sheaffer Balance Twist-activated Ball Pen in Amber Glow Blue. GPT. Near mint+
$40

190
1920 US Victor #3 eyedropper-fill in Black Hard Rubber with 1/10 18K Gold-filled “Hand Engraved Vine” overlay. A NYC manufacturer incorporated in 1919. By 1956 they were making ball pens under the trademark “USV.” Fine nib with a touch of flex. Very minor scratches here and there, and a little brassing to the upper edge of the cap overlay, otherwise near mint with no signs of ink.
$200

191
1995 Visconti Wall Street Roller Ball in Green Laminated. CP Trim. Near mint+
$175

192
2000 Visconti Metropolis 6-sided Retractable Ball Pen in Titanium Gunmetal over Sterling Silver. Out of production since 2010. Emulating the “retractable Safety pens” of the 1920s. Quite unique! New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

193
2005 Visconti Divina Rollerball Maxi in Black Lucite with spiraling Sterling Silver inlay. Bayonet style cap.
$250

194
2005 Visconti Divina Ball Pen Maxi in Black Lucite with spiraling Sterling Silver inlay.
$250

195
2005 Visconti Kaleido cartridge/converter-fill in Yellow Dawn. GPT, with beautiful die-cut cap band and spring-rocker clip. Two-toned, fine, 18K nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$250

196
1935 Water Pen Co. #4 LF in Black. Unusual Filling Mechanism.A supply of “ink sticks” is stored in the bottom of the pen, accessed by unscrewing the brass blind cap. The gripping section unscrews, into which an ink stick is inserted. Then the pen is filled with water to make it’s own ink. A NYC based manufacturer. The pen was not very successful in the marketplace and is rare today. Warranted 14K nib (fine, flexible). A little plating wear, otherwise near mint.
$135

4+ Pages of Vintage Waterman Pens & Pencils

197
1910 Waterman 442 ½ VS Vest-Pocket Safety eyedropper-fill in Sterling Silver “Hand Engraved Vine” pattern. The model was actually designed for a gentleman to carry in his vest pocket, or a lady in a compartment of her purse. Extra-fine, extra-flexible nib. Indicia nicely engraved “Lucia.” I wonder what stories she could tell! Near mint.
$250

198
1915 Waterman 0552 ½ LEC (Long Extended Case) LF in GF “Pansy Panel.” Fine, triple-flexible nib! Near mint.
$700

199
1915 Waterman 452 1/2V LF in BHR with OCTAGONAL sterling silver overlay in “Barley” pattern. Has Waterman UK hallmarks. Outstandingly rare! Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$900

200
1924 Waterman 452 ½ LF in Sterling Silver “Gothic” pattern. Indicia engraved, “”Sidney Maryanov.” Medium, flexible nib. Near mint.
$400

201
1924 Waterman 452 LF in Sterling Silver “Filigree” pattern. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint. A little wear here & there, but no dents or dings.
$350

202
1924 Waterman 0552 LF in gold-filled “Pansy Panel” pattern. Fine, flexible, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$425

203
1925 Waterman 0552 LF Set in Gold-filled “Basket-Weave” on BHR. Fine, triple-flexible nib! Set is new-old-stock. Mint.
$650

204
1925 Waterman Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

205
1925 Waterman 0552 LF in Gold-filled “Sheraton” on BHR. One of the more rare patterns. Indicia engraved in very attractive script, “R. Russo.” Medium, flexible nib. A few pinpoint scars to the cap top visible with a loop, otherwise near mint+
$450

206
1926 Waterman #5 LF in Red Ripple with “Red” cap band and nib. “Red” was Waterman’s color code for a medium, flexible nib. But this one is clearly fine, flexible. If it were a postage stamp it would be considered a rare and valuable “error!” A touch of brassing to the upper edge of the cap band, otherwise near mint.
$475

207
1929 Waterman Lady Patricia LF in Nacre (Black & Pearl). NPT. Medium/broad, extra-flexible nib. Perhaps the slightest hint of ambering, otherwise near mint.
$150

208
1929 Waterman Patrician LF in Nacre (Black & Pearl). NPT. The Patrician was Waterman’s first celluloid pen. They were late to switch to plastic because they had invested so much time and money into developing colored hard rubber (such as the rose ripple and blue-green ripple). Needle-point/extra-fine nib. Unused, and new-old-stock in original box, but with a little ambering near the hard rubber gripping section and inner cap. Better than the vast majority found.
$1100

209
1928 Waterman 452 LF in Sterling Silver “Night & Day” pattern over Black Hard Rubber (rare). Medium/fine, extra- flexible nib. Slight ambering of the rubber and some minor surface scratches here and there noticeable with a loop, otherwise near mint, and it has my favorite writing nib!
$1000

210
1930 Waterman Patrician LF in Onyx (Red Cream). GFT. User grade pen with ambering of the cap and barrel (but better than most), otherwise near mint with a crisp barrel imprint and no signs of brassing or use.. Medium nib with just a touch of flex for cushioning.
$425

211
1930 Waterman 94 LF in Moss Agate (Green Pearl & Bronze). Beautiful, sparking bronzes! GFT. Very unusual stub, italic, flexible nib. Near mint.
$300

212
1930 Waterman 94 LF in Brown Cream. GFT. Very rare, broad/double-broad nib, factory imprinted by Waterman, “Ball Point.” This was designed for smooth writing by all users, but especially left handers. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$325

213
1930 Waterman 94 LF in Brown Cream. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint..
$225

214
1930 Waterman 94 LF in Blue & Cream. NPT. Extra-fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint..
$350

215
1930 Waterman 5 “Red” LF in Black. This rare model has Waterman’s color code as an insert into the bottom of the barrel rather than as a color band near the top of the cap. GFT. “Red” is the color code for a medium, flexible nib. This one is closer to medium, extra-flexible! Near mint+
$350

216
1930 Waterman 5 “Grey” LF in Black.This rare model has Waterman’s color code as an insert into the bottom of the barrel rather than as a color band near the top of the cap. GFT. “Grey” is the color code for a broad, right-oblique nib (shaped like left foot). A tad of trim wear (noticeable with a loop), otherwise near mint.
$350

217
1935 Waterman 5 LF in Black. Later model with the pinstriped, triangular shaped clip. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$250

218
1931 Waterman 92 V LF in Turquoise (Blue & Bronze). Rare model, in a rare color! GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$275

219
1935 Waterman Ink-Vue Standard vacuum-fill in Emerald Ray. Filled by pumping the hinged lever several times. The Ink Vue was Waterman’s answer to the Parker Vacumatic! Signed “Red” nib, Waterman’s color code for a medium, flexible nib. This one, however, is clearly broad/double-broad, extra-flexible. In coin collecting this would clearly be considered a rare “error.” A touch of trim wear, otherwise near mint+
$300

220
1939 Waterman 100 Year LF Set in Red. First year model with “over-the-top military clip,” designed so the pen does not stick up out of the shirt pocket. GFT. Fine nib, with a tad of flex. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$1200

221
1939 Waterman 100 Year Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

222
1939 Waterman 100 Year LF Set in Blue. First year model with “over-the-top military clip,” designed so the pen does not stick up out of the shirt pocket. GFT. Center barrel band engraved “A.J.B.” Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$1000

223
1939 Waterman 100 Year Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

224
1939 Waterman 100 Year LF in Red. First year model with “over-the-top military clip,” designed so the pen does not stick up out of the shirt pocket. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib New-old-stock. Mint.
$900

225
1940 Waterman 100 Year LF Set in Green. GFT. Stub, italic nib. Near mint+.
$800

226
1940 Waterman 100 Year Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

227
1940 Waterman 100 Year LF in Blue. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$700

228
1943 Waterman “Citation 877″ LF in Black. GFT. Huge, #7 (fine) nib, factory signed “Firm.” New-old-stock. Mint.
$100

229
1945 Waterman 2 size “lic” PISTON-FILL in Black. GPT. Visualated “rectangular portholes” in barrel under cap. G/F barrel tassie on bottom. A very rare and attractive model! Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175 lic

230
1947 Waterman “Crusader” Taperite LF in Black. Anodized aluminum cap which Waterman dubbed “Lumaloy” (sounds a lot like Parker’s “Lustraloy!”).Cap with three chased bands, the middle one wider than the outer bands. With it’s hooded nib (stub, oblique) it certainly was designed to compete with the Parker 51. New-old-stock. Mint with original barrel label.
$125

231
1950 Waterman 4 size Taperite LF in Blue with Brushed Chrome cap with polished chrome cap band. The Taperite, with it’s hooded nib, was Waterman’s answer to the Parker 51, Wahl Fifth Avenue, etc. Fine, flexible nib.
$75

232
1950 Waterman “Skywriter” LF in Black. Manufactured from 1950 – 1953, designed with the highly polished chrome cap to compete with the Sheaffer Triumph, Eversharp Symphony, Parker 21, etc. Cap has chased horizontal rings. Also came in Red and Blue and with a GP cap. Stainless steel (fine) nib signed “Skywriter F22.” New-old-stock. Mint.
$75

233
1959 Waterman “NW2″ Cartridge/converter-fill in Black. GPT. UK manufacture. Medium nib. The “U” shaped clip design is one Waterman used from then forward. New-old-stock. Mint. Rare, narrow, converter included.
$125

234
1990 Waterman LeMan Opera cartridge/converter-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber over Brass. Two-toned 18K fine nib, with the “World Globe” logo. Near mint. Converter included.
$275

235
1990 Waterman LeMan Opera Rollerball in Black Chased Hard Rubber over Brass. GPT. Near mint+.
$300

236
1995 Waterman Liaison cartridge/converter-fill in Orange & Black Woodgrain Hard Rubber. GPT. 18K medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225

237
1995 Waterman Patrician cartridge/converter-fill in Blue (Lapis) Lacquer. GPT.18K broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$375

238
1995 Waterman Patrician cartridge/converter-fill in Red Lacquer. GPT.18K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$400

A Page of Vintage Wahl Eversharp Pens and Pencils

239
1920 Wahl Eversharp #6 “Signature” LF in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Unique chasing design: (4) panels of chevrons on a pinstriped background. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$600

240
1926 Wahl Eversharp #6 “Signature” LF in Red Mottled Hard Rubber. Rare. GFT, including the “rollerball” clip. Medium nib. A touch of brassing to the high point of the lever, otherwise near mint.
$600

241
1927 Wahl Eversharp #4 “Signature” LF in Lapis. GFT, including the “rollerball” clip. Medium/fine nib, with a tad of flex. Wahl had a parallel model in their higher priced “Personal Point” line. Near mint. Buy with matching pencil below at $450
$400

242
1927 Wahl Eversharp “Signature” twist-operated pencil in Lapis. Matches pen above. Near mint. Buy with pen above at $450.
$75

243
1929 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Deco Band Personal Point LF in Black & Pearl. GFT, including the “rollerball” clip and Greek-Key center cap band. Wahl “Personal Point” pens have nib units which screw in and out for easy changing. This was Wahl’s answer to Waterman’s color-coded nibs. Strikingly beautiful with no ambering or discolor at all! Fine nib. Near mint+
$650

244
1930 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Equipoised Personal Point LF in Deep Jade. GFT, including the “rollerball” clip and chased center cap band. Sheaffer introduced the first “Streamlined” pen in 1928. Wahl immediately answered by offering their first streamlined pen, the Equi-Poised”. Wahl “Personal Point” pens have nib units which screw in and out for easy changing. This was Wahl’s answer to Waterman’s color-coded nibs. Strikingly beautiful with no ambering or discolor at all! Fine nib. Near mint+
$1000

245
1936 Wahl Eversharp “Coronet” LF Set in Gold Filled with inlaid red “Pyralin” windows in both the cap and barrel. Wahl’s most highly Art-Deco pen design. Visualated barrel. Fine, extra-flexible nib, with automatic “shut-off valve” built into the gripping section, designed to cut off the ink flow when the pen is capped. Near mint. Close-up of set.
$1100

246
1936 Wahl Eversharp Coronet Repeater pencil for above set.
Set

247
1949 Wahl Eversharp “Symphony” LF in Black. GFT and cap. Cap has “wing” design. Fine nib. Near mint.
$110

248
1949 Wahl Eversharp “Symphony” LF in Dark Blue. Brushed Chrome cap with polished cap lip and “wing” design. Designed by famous designer Raymond Loewy. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

249
1949 Wahl Eversharp “Symphony” LF in Dark Blue. GFT. Very odd and rare model, with a band of what I believe to be alligator skin surrounded by two GF bands. Extra-fine/needlepoint nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

250
1949 Wahl Eversharp “Symphony” LF in Dark Blue. GFT and cap. Cap has “wing” design. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label
$175

251
1942 Wahl Eversharp Skyline LF in Blue Modern Stripe. GFT. Fine nib with a touch of flex. Near mint+
$175

A Page of Wonderful all Metal Vintage Ring-Top Pens & Pencils

252
1920 Conklin #2 Crescent-fill ring-top in gold-filled. “S Curves with Engine-turned pinstripe rectangles.” Gold-filled lock-ring. Extra-fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$275

253
1922 Conklin #2 thin Crescent-fill ring-top in gold-filled “Chevron” pattern. Gold-filled lock-ring. Section threads at the top end of the section, just below the nib. Made only in early 1922. Medium, extra-flexible nib. A few pinpoint dings in the very bottom of the barrel, otherwise near mint.
$250

254
1925 Conklin #2 thin Crescent-fill ring-top in gold-filled “Sheraton” pattern. Matching gold-filled lock-ring. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$200

255
1925 Conklin #2 Crescent-fill ring-top in gold-filled “Sheraton” pattern. Matching gold-filled lock-ring. Fine nib. Near mint.
$225

256
1917 Parker #16 size Jack Knife Safety BF ring-top in Gold-filled on BHR. Rare, “Smooth” pattern. Inner cap with raised repousse floral design. Medium nib. Near mint+
$400

257
1917 Parker #16 Jack Knife Safety BF ring-top in gold-filled on Black Hard Rubber “Filigree” pattern. Inner cap with raised repousse floral design. Medium nib with a tad of flex. Near mint
$475

258
1919 Parker #2 size Jack Knife Safety BF ring-top in Gold-filled on BHR. Extremely rare “Brocade” pattern (alternating panels of pinstripes, hand engraved vine,“X’s & dots). Inner cap with raised repousse floral design. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$425

259
1919 Parker #2 size Jack Knife Safety BF ring-top in Gold-filled on BHR. Extremely rare “Brocade” pattern. While the pattern name is the same as the pen above, the actual pattern design is slightly different. Inner cap with raised repousse floral design. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$425

260
1919 Parker #2 Jack Knife Safety BF Ring-top set in all metal Gold-filled. Alternating plain, pinstripe and wave chased panels. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$250

261
1919 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

262
1919 Parker #2 Jack Knife Safety BF Ring-top set in all metal Smooth Gold-filled. Barrels smartly engraved in script, “NVM.” Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$200

263
1919 Parker Twist-activated “Lucky Lock” pencil for above set. On the “Lucky Lock” pencil, the cap top stays on with a “bayonet” lock, rather than simply with friction. Two or three pin-point dings, otherwise near mint.
Set

264
1917 Sheaffer #2 LF in BCHR with gold-filled overlay in “Filigree” pattern. Very rare and beautiful! Fine nib with a tad of flex. Near mint+
$375

A Page of Wondeful Vintage Black Hard Rubber Pens

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1880 MacKinnon A Page of Wonderful Black Hard Rubber Vintage Pens “Fluid Pencil” stylographic pen in Black Chased Hard Rubber with (2) gold-filled repousse bands and repousse cap. Douglas MacKinnon is recognized as the inventor of the stylographic fountain pen (more here, thanks to George Kavalenko: http://fountainpenhistory.blogspot.com/2014/11/duncan-mackinnons-biography.html). The rear GF knob is turned slightly to allow air into the barrel and avoid vapor lock when the pen is in use. May never have held ink. Near mint+
$250

266
1925 Wyverne “Jackie Coogan School Pen No. 1″ LF in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Born 1914, child star in 1920’s cinema and “Uncle Fester” in the TV show “Adams Family.” The Wyverne Pen Co. Was established in London in 1896 and has patents from 1919 and 1944. They were still producing pens into the 1960s. NP accommodation clip. Gold plated, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box (great graphics on the box!) With instructions. Close-up of pen with box.
$100

267
1910 Conklin 2NL “Crescent-fill” in Black Chased Hard Rubber. NP accommodation clip. Signed Conklin 14K nib (extra-fine).Near mint.
$110

268
1905 Salz Bros. #8 eyedropper-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Signed Salz 14K nib (medium/broad, extra-flexible). NP accommodation clip. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$350

269
1910 Eagle Unusual Filling Mechanism: #2 “Flash” pull-filler in Black Chased Hard Rubber. To fill, pulll the black chased knob at the bottom of the barrel! (2) GF repousse barrel bands. NP accommodation clip (signed “Eagle.”) Fine, triple-flexible nib (marked “14K.”). Not a very efficient filling mechanism, as the stiff pressbar with its bottom fulcrom doesn’t completely depress the bladder. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$250

270
1920 Moore L-82 LF in Black Chased Hard Rubber. GF lever. Signed Moore 14K nib (medium, flexible, italic). Near mint+
$125

271
1920 Parker 20 Jack knife Safety Button-fill in Smooth Black Hard Rubber. NP clip. Extra-fine/fine nib. Near mint.
$150

272
1915 Sterling #3 eyedropper-fill in Black hard Rubber. The famous “middle-joint pen, which unscrewed at the middle of the barrel, designed to avoid leaking. The Sterling Fountain Pen Company was founded in Boston by the Davidson Rubber Co. The “middle-joint” was actually patented by A.A. Waterman. Signed Sterling 14K nib (extra-fine, flexible, italic). Near mint.
$150

273
1925 Chilton #2 Pneumatic-fill in Smooth Black Hard Rubber. GFT. Signed Chilton, Extra-fine nib. A tiny amount of imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$225

274
1920 Waterman 14 PSF LF in Black Chased Hard Rubber. NPT. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint.
$175

275
1900 Anonymous Sytlographic eyedropper-fill in Smooth Black Hard Rubber. The rear knob is turned slightly to allow air into the barrel and avoid vapor lock when the pen is in use. Near Mint+
$90