Catalog 76 (September 2015)


Welcome to archived Catalog #76, 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
1940 Ancora “Large” LF in Black. And “Large” it is, both in height and girth. GFT, including the three cap bands and “claw foot” clip. A rare and beautiful model Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$1000

2
1933 Ancora Model 1 Astoria octagonal Safety eyedropper-fill in 18KRG (gold-filled) on BHR. Cap and barrel both fully covered. Black & White inlaid enamel cap top in perfect condition. Alternating panels of engine-turned chasing and relief Floral & Vine repousse. Fine, flexible nib A few minor dings, otherwise near mint. Unrestored.
$1750

3
1908 Century #2 “Cable-Twist” eyedropper-fill Red Mottled Hard Rubber. Very early, very rare, very beautiful! George Parker and William Palmer were both investors and executives in the Century Pen Company. Uses the “over-under” double feed. The patent date factory engraved on the pen, “Pat Dec 12 ’93” is actually issued to George Parker who contributed the patent to Century (the Parker Pen Company never made a pen with an over-under feed). Broad, flexible nib. Near mint. Here’s a link to the George Parker patent: Patent Link
$850

4
1920 Mabie Todd #2 Blackbird “Toledo” lever-fill in Damascened-inlay. Damascening is the art of hand inlaying different metals into one another, typically, 24K gold or fine silver hammered into a darkly oxidized steel background, to produce intricate patterns and designs. The English term comes from a perceived resemblance to the rich tapestry patterns of damask silk. Often called “Toledo” because much of the art comes from Toledo, Spain, a steel working center since about 500 BC (still doing damascening today). The “Toledo” design on this particular pen uses hammered 24K gold to produce four dragons on each of the cap and barrel (8 in total), each dragon within a multi-edged and decorated tall golden triangle. The cap top with golden bands and both the cap and barrel lower ½" edges with matching bands and golden leaves formed within circles of golden arches. Incredibly fine and beautiful work! Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+.
$1295

5
1920 Montblanc Model 0 Baby Safety eyedropper-fill in RED MOTTLED HARD RUBBER (unbelievably rare). Correct “Montblanc 0 14ct” nib (fine, flexible). Crisp imprint. New-old-stock. Mint in original box, signed on top “Montblanc – Baby” (box a bit threadbare). Shown open. Close-up of pen in box.
$5000

6
1933 Montblanc Model 15 Push-knob fill in BHR with 14K “Sarastro” octagonal overlay. Alternating panels of fine pinstriping, and “Z”s formed within fine pinstriping. Correct “Montblanc 4 14C” nib (broad, flexible). The cap is hallmarked “S585.” The “585" of course is the 14K solid gold mark. The “S” stands for “Sarastro,” the Pforzhein, Germany master goldsmith famous for fabricating overlays for Montblanc. As opposed to “jeweler’s overlays” added by third parties, Sarastro overlays are considered licensed factory original to Montblanc and have far greater value and collectibility. A few minor surface scratches and minor dings. The enamel star in the cap top has been replaced with enamel paint which has some pockmarks.
$4500

7
1936 Montblanc Model 124E “Rose” in BHR. Certainly a holy grail for Montblanc collectors! GFT. Complete with its unique “pedal” clip! Two-toned, KF “Kugel Fine” nib (Montblanc’s “Kugel” nibs are ball-point nibs with flexibility). Slightest signs of ink in the cap, otherwise near mint+. To fully enjoy the beauty and rarity of this pen, please see the close-up photos on our website. Original 1936 Montblanc Catalog page. Close-up photo of pen.
$10000

8
1946 Montblanc L-139 PIF in Black. GFT, with outer cap bands in Sterling Silver. Visualated barrel with perfect vertical lines. 3-tone, fine, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$3500

9
1910 Parker Model 47 Eyedropper-fill. One of the most beautiful of the early Parker pens. Nicknamed the “Pregnant Parker,” because of the bulbous design of the alternating pearl and abalone slabs (which are soaked until soft so they can be so shaped). Gold-filled high relief repousse floral cap and barrel bands. Indicia engraved in beautiful Script lettering “L.K.” or “L.H.” Fine nib. Incredibly beautiful! Has been used, as there is some signs of old ink in the barrel, otherwise near mint+
$5500

10
1915 Parker Model 15 eyedropper-fill in Corrugated Abalone barrel and Gold-filled Filigree cap. A rare example, not only because of the corrugated barrel, but also because the barrel is all Abalone and is not alternating with pearl slabs. Medium/fine, triple-flexible nib. An outstanding pen in wonderful condition. Near mint.
$2750

11
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! Fine nib (other nibs available). One minute depression in the metal barrel at the bottom lip (which is so small you probably wouldn’t notice unless it’s pointed out), otherwise new-old-stock, near mint+.
$5500

12
1942 Pelikan Ibis PIF in Lavender Marble. So rare, most folks don’t even realize that the IBIS was made in any color except Black! GFT. Amber celluloid visualated barrel. Rare broad, flexible, 14K nib “IBIS.” Near mint. A must for any serious Pelikan collector.
$1500

13
1948 Pelikan 101N PIF in Tortoise with matching cap, barrel and cap top, and contrasting red turning knob. GFT. Green, acrylic, visualated barrel. Fine nib (other nibs available). New-old-stock. Mint.
$1300

14
1932 Pullman #2 BF in Grey Pearl Marble. Extremely rare English made pen (pens were made in France by La Plume D’or, under a similar patent, and marketed as “Meteor”). The Pullman opens by pushing up the barrel. The hinged crown on the non-removable cap opens and closes automatically. Very high quality. Few were made, fewer survived as folks broke them trying to unscrew the cap! Nib signed “Pullman Made in England 14 CT” (medium, flexible). Shown both open and closed. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$3000

15
1910 Waterman "World’s Smallest Safety Pen" eyedropper-fill in Black Hard Rubber. The spiral propelling/repelling unit is operating perfectly! Often called the "Doll Pen" because one rests in Queen Mary’s doll house (albeit in the “Cone Cap” rather than the “Safety” model), on the King’s Library Table. Just 2" long and less than 3/16" in diameter, this pen was actually produced by Waterman as a way for their salesmen to spend time with potential new accounts. Their salesmen would visit a druggist, jeweler, shop owner, to try to open a new account. The buyer would inevitably say that they didn’t need a new pen line and were happy with what they had. The salesman would now offer to show them the "World’s Smallest Pen," as long as he was there. This allowed more time and interaction, often resulting in a sale! Waterman then published in their in-house newspaper, Pen Prophet, that they would produce these for sale by their vendors as a special order item only. New-old-stock. Near mint+, and extremely rare, especially in the original "coffin" box! Close-up photo of pen in box.
$5000

16
1920 Waterman Model 458 lever-fill in Black Hard Rubber with Sterling Silver “Basket-Weave” overlay. A Waterman Holy Grail!” Broad/double-broad nib. “J.F.G.” lightly engraved into the barrel indicia. Will polish on request. Has been used (signs of ink in the cap), otherwise near mint+.
$4500

17
1920 Waterman Model (4)46 Safety eyedropper-fill in BHR with Sterling Silver “Filigree” overlay. Will polish on request. Extra-fine/needle-point nib. Slightest dings to the outer edge of the cap top and has been filled, otherwise near mint+. Unrestored.
$2500

Vintage Pens - Extraordinary Parker 51

18
1941 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill Blue Diamond in Cedar Blue. Rare first-year model. Even rarer is the first-year smooth Sterling Silver cap, with the imprints at the cap top (in subsequent years the imprints were moved to the cap lip). Aluminum top and bottom jewels. Medium nib. A tad of wear to the imprint on the bottom of the blind cap (almost fully readable), otherwise near mint, with no signs of use.
$900

19
1941 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill Blue Diamond first-year set in Black. First-year Pinstriped sterling silver caps. Almost impossible to find without significant wear to the brushed rhodium plating on the sterling caps. Aluminum top and bottom jewels. Medium/fine nib. A tad of wear to the imprint (fully readable), otherwise new-old-stock. Mint, with no signs of use.
$750

20
1941 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

21
1944 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill Blue Diamond set in Yellowstone (mustard). 1/8 14K Gold-filled caps in the “Signet” design (panels of 9 pinstriped lines and chevrons on cap band). Double-jeweled. Crisp barrel imprint. Fine nib. No signs of use. Near mint+. Has original patina – will polish on request.
$650

22
1944 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

23
1946 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill Blue Diamond set in Cordovan Brown. 1/10 14K Gold-filled “Custom” caps in the rare “alternating 2 pinstripes and 2 wavy line” pattern. Double-jeweled. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with deep and crisp barrel imprint. Pencil still with original label. Has original patina – will polish on request
$500

24
1946 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

25
1946 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill Blue Diamond in Black. 1/10 16K Gold-filled “Heritage” cap (panels of 9 pinstriped lines and chevrons on cap band) with 14K solid gold clip and bottom jewel. Medium nib. Deep, crisp barrel imprint. Perhaps a surface mar or two visible with a loop, otherwise near mint+.
$450

26
1949 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Sterling Silver Scalloped (Fish Scale) cap & barrel. Excruciatingly rare and strikingly beautiful! Hallmarked: “Parker Argent 1er T.” (designating 950 Sterling Silver). Argent was the factory jeweler commissioned jewelry house for overlays produced in France. Medium nib. Near mint+ with no signs of use and a perfectly clear plyglass.
$4300

27
1949 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Burgundy with 18K Scalloped (Fish Scale) “Heirloom” cap. French Hallmarks. Extremely rare to find in 18K. Medium/broad nib. Pen made in England. Slightest imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint+ with no signs of use and a perfectly clear plyglass.
$2000

28
1950 Parker 51 “Presidential” Aerometric-fill in smooth 14K gold. Rear of cap lip engraved, “LWM.” Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with perfectly clear plyglass.
$2000

29
1950 Parker 51 Princess Demi Aerometric-fill in smooth gold-filled. Cap surrounded by 12 Rectangular cear glass Crystals. Excruciatingly rare! According to Zazove & Shepherd in their Parker 51 book (2004, p. 71), “The rarest Demi in existence…was designed by Don Doman and introduced in the mid west USA. Only a limited number were made and it never went into full production. Furthermore, it did not feature in Parker Advertisements.” Different size, shape and color jewels were used, and a sample bag of other of these original jewels are included. Correct with no clip. Fine nib. New-old-stock, complete with the (even rarer) original purple velvet inner and white outer box. You will probably never find another! Close-up of pen in box.
$2600

Vintage Desk Sets - The Perfect Desk Accessory    

30
1929 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance LF Fountain Pen – Mechanical Pencil Desk Set. 10" x 5 ½" x ½" black onyx base with grey & bronze veins. A very substantial base, weighing almost 7 lbs (2.8 kg), with beveled edges, single groove for storage of an additional pen or pencil and concave oval recess for storage of paper clips, stamps and the like. BHR trumpets with GFT and matching pen and pencil. The pen trumpet with a red upper edge, to distinguish it from the pencil trumpet. Desk sets with pencils are actually quite hard to find. Medium nib. A tad of surface wear and one very tiny edge flake (none of which can be seen when the base is on the desk), otherwise near mint. Close-up of desk set.
$275

31
1956 Sheaffer 23 Touchdown-fill Desk Set in Black Glass. 4" x 4" x 3/4" base with rounded sides and edges, the lower part slightly recessed from the upper. Black pen and matching black trumpet. GFT. Brass plaque reading: “Top Sales Award Sheaffer Back to School Merchandising Contest 1956.” Not only a very attractive desk set, but a piece of Sheaffer history! Half-a-turn of the pen in the trumpet locks it into place to avoid any drying out. Medium/broad nib. Some surface wear the the plaque, otherwise near mint. Close-up of desk set.
$95

32
1929 Parker Duofold BF Fountain Pen – Mechanical Pencil Desk Set. “PARKER DUOFOLD” factory imprinted on the bottom front of the base. 13" x 7" x 2" with slanted face and ornate die stamped floral design and surface storage compartments. An incredible double base, in bronzed metal, originally holding a daily calendar. Now re-purposed with note paper, correctly die cut and hole punched to fit perfectly. Supplied with about 500 sheets, along with contact information for obtaining refills in white or an alternate color of your choice). Black hard rubber trumpets with GFT. Burgundy (Red & Black Marble) Duofold Jr. Fountain pen and Mechanical Pencil with black tapers. Medium nib. Slight wear to the base here and there, otherwise near mint. [Note: very similar bases will be available in the upcoming December Catalog, with a single pen on the right and a built in inkwell on the left. Can be configured for a Sr. or Jr. Size pen, and different colors. Please inquire if you have a potential interest.] Close-up of desk set.
$450

33
1927 Mabie Todd #4 LF Desk Set in Green & Yellow Onyx. 4 ½" x 6" x 3/4" rectangular shaped, with rounded edges and a single groove for storage or an additional pen or pencil. BHR trumpet with GFT. Black pen with fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint. Close-up of desk set.
$150

34
1927 Parker Duofold Jr. BF Desk Set in Black Glass. 6" x 3 ½" x 3/4" rectangular shaped, with beveled edges and a single groove for storage of an additional pen or pencil. BHR trumpet with GFT. Mandarin Yellow pen with a medium/broad nib and black taper. Near mint+. Close-up of desk set.
$200

35
1929 Sheaffer 3 Balance LF Desk Set in Black Onyx with Bronze Veins. Ca. 3 1/4" x 7/8" round base, with deliberately rough edges. Small, so it doesn’t use much room on your desk, and an unusual finish. Black trumpet with matching pen and GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+. Close-up of desk set.
$125

36
1935 Waterman Desk Set in semi-circular fancy repousse gold-plate die-stamped metal with intricate scroll work and three recessed pen storage grooves with “rope” borders. #2 LF Black Desk Pen with NPT. Close-up of desk set.
$250

37
1944 Sheaffer 1050 Lifetime Triumph Vac-fill Desk Set in Black Hard Rubber. 8 ½" x 5 1/4" x 1 1/4", with rounded sides and a large center compartment for note paper (included). Upper chrome plaque reading: “Sheaffer’s Lifetime Desk Sets.” Not only a very attractive desk set, but a piece of Sheaffer advertising history, no doubt provided to dealers for counter top display, allowing customers to try out the pen on impulse (‘Get it into their hand and they’re more likely to buy it!’). Brown striped trumpet and matching pen. GFT. Half-a-turn of the pen in the trumpet locks it into place to avoid any drying out. Medium nib. A small chip in the rubber at the front left, otherwise near mint. Close-up of desk set.
$150

38
1925 Parker Duofold Sr. “Big Red” BF Desk Set in White Glass (very unusual). 6" x 3 ½" x 3/4" rectangular shaped, with beveled edges, single groove for storage of an additional pen or pencil and concave oval recess for storage of paper clips, stamps and the like. BHR trumpet with GFT. Cardinal desk pen with “banner” imprint, black taper, and medium/broad nib with a slight italic flair. Near mint+. Close-up of desk set.
$300

39
1939 Wahl Eversharp Doric LF Gold Seal Desk Set in Bronze Onyx. 7 ½" x 4 ½" x 7/8" Oval ivory base with bronze veins, beveled edge and two grooves for the storage of additional pens or pencils. 12 facets on the base and pen and GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib (which is actually factory engraved: “flexible”). Wahl’s “Gold Seal” line was their highest quality. Near mint+. Close-up of desk set.
$250

Modern Pens - Pelikan

40
1985 Pelikan M200 Demonstrator PIF in Green Transparent. GPT. Gold-plated fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$200

41
1985 Pelikan M250 PIF in Black. GPT. 14K, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$175

42
1998 Pelikan 1935 Originals of Their Time LE #1676/4000 PIF in Jade. GPT. 18K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$575

43
1998 Pelikan 1935 Originals of Their Time LE #0592/1935 PIF in Lapis. GPT. 18K medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$775

44
2000 Pelikan M200 PIF in Red Translucent. GPT. Gold-plated nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: (1) Extra-fine nib; (1) Fine nib.
$125

45
2000 Pelikan M200 PIF in Green Translucent. GPT. Gold-plated nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Three available: (1) Medium nib; (2) Fine nib.
$125

46
2000 Pelikan M200 PIF in Anthracite Translucent. GPT. Gold-plated, fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125

47
2000 Pelikan M200 PIF in Blue Translucent. GPT. Gold-plated, extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125

48
2001 Pelikan M620 PIF “Stockholm City Line Special Edition” in Translucent Blue Marble. Gold-plated trim, including the bands on the cap and barrel. Two-toned 18C, fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

49
2003 Pelikan M620 PIF “New York City Line Special Edition” in semi-translucent Black & White Marble. Rhodium-plated trim, including the bands on the cap, barrel, and upper lip of the gripping section. Two-toned 18C, fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

50
2004 Pelikan M620 PIF “Shanghai City Line Special Edition” in Yellow/orange translucent pearl. Gold-plated trim, including the bands on the cap, barrel, and upper lip of the gripping section. Two-toned 18C, fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

51
2004 Pelikan M620 PIF “Athens City Line Special Edition” in Translucent Blue, Yellow and Gray Pearl. Rhodium-plated trim, including the bands on the cap, barrel, and upper lip of the gripping section. Two-toned 18C, fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

52
2005 Pelikan M620 PIF “Piazza Navona Famous Places Special Edition” in semi-transparent Amber with Bronze elements. Gold-plated trim, including the bands on the cap, barrel, and upper lip of the gripping section. New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: (1) Two-toned 18C, fine nib; (2) Two-toned 14C, fine nib.
$400

53
2006 Pelikan Epoch cartridge-fill in bi-color Titan Silver (anodized aluminum). Silver varnished resin cap. Palladium finished stainless steel nib (extra-fine). Uses two regular or one high-capacity cartridge. Two available: (1) Mint; (1) With a barrel scuff @ $50. Cartridge included.
$75

54
2007 Pelikan M640 “Niagara Falls Wonder of Nations Special Edition” in “Water Blue” with variated Silver stripes. Rhodium-plated trim, including the bands on the cap, barrel, and upper lip of the gripping section. Two-toned 18C, fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

55
2010 Pelikan M805 PIF in Black. CPT, including the bands on the cap, barrel, and upper lip of the gripping section. Two-toned18C nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: (1) Fine nib; (1) Extra-fine nib.
$300

56
2010 Pelikan M800 PIF Souveran in Blue Striped. Gold-plated trim, including the bands on the cap, barrel, and upper lip of the gripping section. Two-toned 18C, extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$300

57
2010 Pelikan M1000 PIF Souveran in Green Striped. Gold-plated trim, including the bands on the cap, barrel, and upper lip of the gripping section. Two-toned 18C, extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$475

58
2010 Pelikan M1000 PIF Souveran in Green Striped. Gold-plated trim, including the bands on the cap, barrel, and upper lip of the gripping section. Two-toned 18C nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label. Two available: (1) Fine nib; (1) Medium nib.
$475

59
2010 Pelikan M800 PIF Souveran in Red Striped. Gold-plated trim, including the bands on the cap, barrel, and upper lip of the gripping section. Two-toned 18C, extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$350

Modern Pens - Miscellaneous  

60
1996 Aurora Optima Piston-fill in Auroloide Lapis Blue. GPT, including the wide, Greek Key, cap band. 18K, extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Long sold out.
$400

61
2001 Aurora 88 Demonstrator Piston-fill in Clear Resin. LE #1485/1888. Gold-plated trim. 18K, extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

62
2001 Aurora 88 Demonstrator Piston-fill in Clear Resin. LE #0590/1888. Chrome-plated trim. Palladium plated18K extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. [Three available: LE #0590/1888; #1604/1888; #1394/1888.
$400

63
2007 Aurora Afrika Piston-fill in Yellow and Black Resin. LE#2294. Part of the Aurora LE Continents series (the outline of the particular continent is engraved in the clip top). Visualated barrel. List was $900. GPT. Platinum-plated trim. Blue cabochon in cap top. 8K extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$450

64
2007 Aurora Europa Piston-fill in Marbled Resin. LE#5065. Part of the Aurora LE Continents series (the outline of the particular continent is engraved in the clip top). Palladium-plated trim. Visualated barrel. Platinum-plated trim. Blue cabochon in cap top. 18K extra-fine nib. List $900. New-old-stock. Mint.
$450

65
2002 Conklin Nozak Word Gauge Demonstrator 7-M Plunger-fill LE in clear acrylic resin. The Word Gauge allows the user to see how many words he can write with the remaining ink (first introduced by Conklin in 1931). Limited to 150 pieces. Sterling silver trim. Two-tone 14K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Very hard to find.
$200

66
2002 Delta Corona de Aragon LE #125/864 cartridge/converter-fill in Terracotta with Blue Pearl cap. Sterling silver trim (original patina – will polish on request). 18K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$350

67
2010 Delta Lucky Special Edition #0596 cartridge/converter-fill in Red with Black cap. GPT. Offers the promise of good fortune. 14K extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$250

68
2008 Delta Dolcevita Piston-fill in Yellow Pearl with Black cap. CPT. Sterling silver band at the bottom of the pen barrel. The cap screws onto the bottom of the pen for posting. 14K extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Buy with matching rollerball below @ $400.
$250

69
2008 Delta Dolcevita Rollerball in Yellow Pearl with Black cap. CPT. Sterling silver band at the bottom of the pen barrel. The cap screws onto the bottom of the pen for posting. New-old-stock. Mint. Buy with matching fountain pen above at $400.
$175

70
2015 Lamy 2000 PIF in Black fibreglass reinforced Makrolon. Visualated barrel. Stainless Steel clip. New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: (1) Medium nib; (1) Double-broad nib.
$100

71
1952 Lamy Model 27 PIF Demonstrator in clear acrylic. This really doesn’t belong in the “modern pen” section, but I put it here because the Model 27 was the predecessor to the Model 2000 (the 2000 was introduced in 1966). The Model 27 is also famous because it was the first hooded-nib pen produced in Germany. GFT. 14K, fine nib. No signs of ever being inked. Near mint.
$325

72
2005 Levenger Sir Isaac Newton cartridge/converter-fill FTN-RBL set in Brass with a fluted, brushed chrome finish. Styled after Newton’s cane, the cap tops even have a repousse rosette design emulating the top of the cane. Platinum plated nib (fine). Near mint. Date approximate. Out of production. Converter included.
$100

73
2005 Levender Rollerball for above set.
Set

74
2010 Monteverde Monteverde Jewelria Ball Pen in Palladium-plated Sterling Silver (with 12 grams of silver). Date approximate.
$50

75
1995 Rotring 600 hexagonal cartridge/converter-fill in Matte Chrome. This is the earlier, highly desirable version with the knurled gripping section, cap top and barrel end. The cap top has a built in “nib indicator” (later eliminated), which turns to show the nib size in a window!. The heft and feel is wonderful! Alloy nib (fine). Near mint+. Converter included
$200

76
2010 Rotring Calligraphy “Artpen” set of three cartridge-fill in Black. Each cap marked for the stainless steel nib in the particular pen: M – “1.1" MM – “2.7 MM. Nibs are available in a total of 8 different sizes. New-old-stock. Mint.
$60

77
2010 Rotring Second pen for above set.
Set

78
2010 Rotring Third Pen for above set.
Set

79
2005 Sensa Meridian Crystal cartridge/converter-fill in Patented “Plasmium” fluid-filled grip. Discontinued model. Rhodium plated nib (fine). New-old-stock. Mint. Date approximate. Converter included.
$75

80
2000 Waterford Grafton cartridge/converter-fill in Green Lacquer on solid Brass. Palladium plated trim. Two-tone 18K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included. List $170.
$75

81
2010 Waterman Man Opera Rollerball in Black Chased Hard Rubber. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

Vintage Pens - Alphabetical

82
1905 Anonymous #2 size eyedropper-fill in BHR with Sterling Silver overlay in “Giraffe Skin” pattern. English Hallmarks. Beautiful! 14K medium, flexible nib. A few minor surface scratches noticeable with a loop, otherwise near mint.
$475

83
1905 Anonymous #4 size eyedropper-fill in BHR with Sterling Silver “Art Deco” Filigree overlay. 14K #4 Salz nib (fine, extra-flexible). Some overall oxidation of the hard rubber, and cap lip shows a tad of wear, otherwise near mint.
$200

84
1960 Anonymous Stockbroker Ball Pen – Mechanical Pencil Set in 14K Solid Gold heavy repousse design. These pencils, with their thick lead, were used to mark buy and sell orders as completed, so as to avoid confusion and mistakes. Several manufacturers made specialty stockbroker pencils, including Waterman, Hicks, Aikin Lambert, Wahl and Mabie Todd. This same set has been found signed “Tiffany” (this set is not). Twist-activated. Even more unusual is the matching ball pen! Near mint
$375

85
1960 Anonymous Button-activated Ball Pen for above set.
Set

86
1940 Aikin Lambert Skywriter LF Silver Pearl Striped. Barrel imprint: ""Skywriter Aikin Lambert Made in U.S.A. by L. E. Waterman Company." NPT. Signed “ALCO” nib (fine, extra-flexible nib). Visualated section. A tad of cap band wear, otherwise near mint.
$75

87
1940 Bayard "Superstyl Large" LF in Blue. NPT. Fine nib. French manufacture. Large, attractive pen, with original label on barrel. The Etienne Forin book company, founded in the late 1800’s, started producing high quality pens in 1922, under the name Bayard (a famous medieval knight). Bayard stopped producing in 1960, put out of business by the ball pen! Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

88
1975 Aurora 88P PIF in Black. Gold-filled cap with black enamel inlay in the clip. Semi-hooded, medium nib. A pen as popular in Italy as the Parker 51 was in the US! Visualated barrel. Near mint+
$195

89
1937 Camel #6 BF in Silver & Bronze Pearl with Black ends. A short lived (1935 – 1938) Orange, NJ pen manufacturer of high quality pens Their original design was for pens using ink tablets which, when filled with water, made its own ink. One Camel ink pellet was supposed to last for a year. Eventually, they began producing pens which filled with regular liquid ink. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Their 2-Camel logo is on the nib and barrel. Some wear to the barrel logo, otherwise near mint.
$275

90
1917 Columbus #2 size Safety eyedropper-fill in 18KG (gold-filled) overlay on BHR. Pattern is chased vertical lines with offsets and three 1/4" repousse “Floral & Vine” bands. Extra-fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint. Unrestored.
$175

91
1951 Conway Stewart 27 LF in Cracked Ice. GFT. Medium nib. A rare and highly sought after pattern. New-old-stock. Mint.
$450

Vintage Pens - Conklin

92
1918 Conklin #50 Crescent-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Rare repeating "alternating Chevron and Plain Panel" pattern. Rare, large size. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$600

93
1924 Conklin 20 Crescent-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Mark Twain’s favorite model pen, and the “pen which won’t roll off the table.” Medium, extra-flexible nib. Perhaps an overall light ambering, otherwise near mint.
$200

94
1924 Conklin Extra Long Endura LF in Black. Rare, early Endura, transitioning from the same size but earlier “Duragraph,” to the less-tall “Long Endura.” GFT. Medium/fine nib. Set off beautifully with inlaid red bands. Near mint.
$850

95
1926 Conklin Endura Medium LF in Sapphire Blue. GFT. Set off beautifully with inlaid red bands. Extra-fine nib. Near mint+
$375

96
1926 Conklin Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

97
1926 Conklin “Imperial” Endura Medium LF in Blue & Bronze – the only size in which this color was produced. Quite rare, as it was only manufactured for one year. Set off nicely with inlaid yellow bands. GFT. And a fine, extra-flexible nib to boot!
$525

98
1930 Conklin Endura Medium LF Set in Black & Bronze. GFT. Set off nicely with inlaid yellow bands. Fine nib. Near mint.
$300

99
1930 Conklin Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

100
1930 Conklin Endura Symetrik LF in Black & Bronze. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Just a tad of imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$300

101
1932 Conklin Nozac 12-sided PIF in “Silver V Line” (Silver & Black Herringbone). The Nozac was advertised as "the pen which winds like a watch" and were Conklin’s top-of-the-line pens at the time. Here’s a link to the patent for the filler: http://www.google.com/patents/US1902809. NPT. Fine, flexible nib (flexible Nozac nibs are rare!). New-old-stock. Mint.
$375

102
1935 Conklin Nozac QF Plunger-fill in Green Pearl with Black Stripes. Yes, not all Nozacs are piston-fill! This is a rarer, shorter-lived version, designed as the answer to the Parker Vacumatic and the Sheaffer plunger-fill. “QF” stood for “Quick Filling.” Fine, flexible nib. The barrel is marked “Patent Pending” and here is a link to the issued patent: http://www.google.com/patents/US2040999. New-old-stock. Mint.
$350

103
1944 Conklin Glider Cushion Point LF in Burgundy (rare color). GFT. Visualated section Fine nib (like the Nozac, this is the nib with the “Cheshire Cat Grin” logo). New-old-stock. Mint. Shown open.
$250

104
1917 Eureka #2 size Safety eyedropper-fill in 18K Rolled-gold (gold-filled). Alternating panels of plain and wave chased panels in an offset pattern. Filigree band at repousse cap top. Center Barley panel on clip. Fine knurling just above turning knob. Quite beautiful! Stylized logo on the 14K nib, formed out of the letters “EUR.” Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+. Very reasonably priced because it is not a major brand.
$200

105
1930 Ford’s Deluxe #6 size LF in Turquoise (Blue & Bronze). Ford’s made three models, the Ford’s, the Ford’s Jr. and the top-of-the-line Ford’s Deluxe (there are varieties within the models). A large pen manufactured for a slightly smaller #4 nib (medium/fine). Near mint.
$475

106
1928 Gold Bond “Stonite” #8 LF in Lapis with stepped, knurled Yellow ends (beautiful!). Fine nib. Near mint+. Manufactured by the National Pen Company in Chicago, started in the 1920’s, and which became one of the largest pen manufacturers in the world.
$425

107
1915 Ideal #2 size Safety eyedropper-fill in 18KG (gold-filled) overlay on BHR. Alternating “Wave Chased & Plain Panel” pattern. Foliate repousse clip and cap top. “Ideal” was a name used on Safety Pens such as this by several different Italian pen makers. Replacement Mabie Todd nib signed “Anglo American 14K New York” (fine, flexible). Near mint. Unrestored.
$150

108
1929 John Holland #6 size “Jewel” LF in Lapis (Blue with White Veins) and rounded, black ends. GFT. Extra-smooth, medium nib. Near mint.
$550

109
1907 Sutton Pen Co. Unusual Filling Mechanism. “Hicks-Sackett” eyedropper-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Early “jointless” overfeed pen; the nib and feed pull out for filling the barrel, and the feed itself is 4" long! Extra-fine, flexible nib. An advertisement for the pen ( ) offered it on 30 days free trial and indicated that it “…cant leak on your fingers. It has no screw joint.” New-old-stock. Mint.
$175

110
1908 Mabie Todd Swan #2 Bayonet Cap eyedropper-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Gold-filled repousse trim, including the cap band which rotates to engage and release the bayonet device which holds the cap in place. This was an important feature as the pen was designed to hang off the user on a chain and the locking cap prevented the barrel from falling off the cap. Quite rare. Extra-fine, flexible nib. Near mint+. Shown open.
$350

111
1935 Miller’s #4 LF Set in Turquoise (Blue & Bronze) with 3-stepped black ends. Beautiful color! GFT. A short pen when closed, but the cap posts high on the back of the barrel. In use, the pen is full length 5 3/8". Fine nib. Some literature suggests that these were actually manufactured by Conklin, perhaps for a jobber or a store named “Millers.” Near mint+
$400

112
1935 Miller’s Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

113
1951 Omas “361" PIF in Black. Gold filled cap with alternating plain and fine pinstripe panels. Designed with an extraordinary nib, designed to write fine, flexible on one side and fine, firm on the other! New-old-stock. Mint.
$500

114
1938 Pan “Rapidfill” #4 size plunger-fill in Blue Marble with a long highly visualated barrel with a black grid. Pan is a little known German manufacturer of high quality pens which are extremely rare today (Zahn, Leser & Co in Manaheim). Removing the open-ended blind cap reveals a bright red knob used to propel and repel the plunger to fill the pen. You can just make out the red knob on the bottom even when the blind cap is in place. Medium/fine, flexible nib. Near mint+.
$275

Vintage Pens - Montblanc

115
1929 Montblanc Montblanc 25 Masterpiece Push knob-fill in Coral Red. GFT. Extra-fine, flexible nib. Some surface scratching and wear to the turning knob imprints, otherwise near mint.
$850

116
1936 Montblanc 236 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, flexible, italic nib. A tad of trim brassing, otherwise near mint.
$500

117
1936 Montblanc 232 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint+.
$300

118
1939 Montblanc 232 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, flexible, italic nib. Near mint.
$300

119
1940 Montblanc 136 Chef D’Ouevre (the “Meisterstuck” made for the French market) PIF in Black. Very rare! Long visualated window. GFT. Double-broad, right oblique, extra-flexible nib (shaped like left foot). One small touch of brassing on the bottom edge of the cap band, and some wear to the imprint on the inner cap (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$1000

120
1940 Montblanc 134 PIF in Black. Rare wartime version, with two rings and “Montblanc Meisterstuck” engraved into cap band! Visualated window with perfect pinstriping. GF Clip. Two-toned, broad, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$700

121
1946 Montblanc 244 PIF in Tiger’s Eye (one of Montblanc’s most beautiful Celluloids). GFT. Medium/broad, right oblique, flexible nib (shaped like left foot). New-old-stock. Mint.
$1100

122
1946 Montblanc 136 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. Rare, transitional model, with three cap bands and "Meisterstuck" on the inner cap. Short barrel window with perfect pinstriping. GFT. Two-toned, medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$1200

123
1946 Montblanc 244 in Coral Red (rare). GFT. Medium nib, with a touch of flex. Near mint.
$600

124
1949 Montblanc Model 22 twist-activated pencil in BHR. GFT. Clip has one pinpoint ding and some minor scratches, otherwise near mint.
$75

125
1950 Montblanc 644 PIF in Green Striped (rare). Brushed Silvexa (stainless steel) cap. GFT. Two-toned, medium, flexible full nib (not butterfly). Minor cap surface mars visible under a loop, otherwise near mint.
$900

126
1950 Montblanc 246 PIF in Grey Pearl Striated (beautiful!). GFT. The largest size this model was made. Medium, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint+.
$1600

127
1950 Montblanc 744-N Masterpiece PIF in 1/11 14K Gold-filled “Fully Pinstriped” pattern. Visualated barrel with perfect pinstriping. Two-toned, medium/broad, flexible nib. Near mint. Buy with matching pencil below at $1300.
$900

128
1950 Montblanc 772 Pix Repeater Pencil in Gold-filled “Fully Pinstriped” pattern. Near mint. Buy with matching pen above at $1300.
$500

129
1950 Montblanc 642-G Masterpiece PIF in Green Striped with Gold-Filled Cap in “Alternating Pinstripe and Plain Panels” pattern. Two-toned, medium, flexible nib. Some fading of the turning knob, otherwise near mint.
$800

130
1955 Montblanc 72 PIF in Black with gold-plate cap in “Alternating Pinstripe and Plain Panels” pattern. Visualated barrel. Semi-hooded extra-fine/fine nib. Near mint.
$275

131
1955 Montblanc 1266 PIF in Sterling Silver “Fully Pinstriped” pattern. Broad/double-broad semi-hooded nib. Visualated barrel. Near mint.
$550

132
1965 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. Rare, early resin production, with friction fit piston mechanism (rather than the brass or plastic threads), round feed with grooved face, narrow band at the turning knob, and 3-tone 18C nib. Visualated barrel. Medium, EXTRA-FLEXIBLE nib (very rare for a Montblanc). GFT. Near mint.
$1050

133
1971 Montblanc 124 PIF in Black with gold-filled cap in “Fluted” design. Medium/fine semi-hooded nib. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225

134
1971 Montblanc 300 cartridge/converter-fill in “Fluted” polished chrome-plate. A rare model! Medium/broad semi-hooded nib. Near mint+.
$250

135
1971 Montblanc Caressa 422 cartridge/converter-fill in Brown with Silvexa (brushed stainless steel) cap and "checkerboard" like clip. Extra-fine, semi-hooded nib. New-old-stock. Mont with original label.
$150

136
1974 Montblanc 227 PIF in Black with gold-filled heavy line “Guilloche” pattern (deep fluted). Medium/fine semi-hooded nib. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$250

137
1975 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. GFT. Split ebonite feed, black filler threads, flat band at turning knob and 2-tone 14C nib. Visualated barrel. Near mint. Two available: (1) Medium nib; (2) Broad nib.
$550

Vintage Pens - Early Parker Duofold Pens

138
1923 Parker Duofold Sr. "Big Red" BF in Red Hard Rubber. The "Medium" imprint was used from 1923 to 1925. GFT. Extra-fine nib. The slightest color difference on the barrel where it is protected by the cap, and the slightest imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise mint. New-old-stock.
$550

139
1925 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Black Hard Rubber. GFT. Small imprint and "Banner" logo. Black ends with perfect knurling. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+
$400

140
1926 Parker (Duofold} Lucky Curve Sr. BF set in Green “Permanite.” The first color introduced by Parker after cardinal (red). GFT. 1926 models did not have "Duofold" imprinted on the barrel. Parker hedged their bets by protecting the "Duofold" name should the green color have failed in the marketplace. It succeeded, and Parker soon added "Duofold" to the barrel imprint. Medium nib. Two things of note: first, the early examples, like this one, are far more translucent than the later versions, and second, jade Duofolds are almost always found highly discolored – this example has almost perfect color. Black ends with perfect knurling. New-old-stock. Mint. [See matching pencil below].
$1100

141
1926 Parker Twist-activated Pencil for above set. Also with the “Parker” imprint in serif type, and not imprinted “Duofold.”
Set

142
1926 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Red (Cardinal). GFT. Black ends with perfect knurling. Fine, FLEXIBLE nib (very rare for a Duofold)! Near mint+.
$150

143
1928 Parker Duofold Sr. “Big Red” BF in Cardinal. GFT. “Banner” imprint. Black ends with perfect knurling. Fine nib. Near mint.
$400

144
1930 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Burgundy (Red Marble). GFT. Fine, FLEXIBLE nib (very rare for a Duofold)! New-old-stock. Mint.
$350

145
1929 Parker Duofold Sr. BF Doctor’s 3-Piece set with Pen, Pencil and Thermometer Holder in Lapis. GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. So far, this is the only such Doctor’s set known to exist.
$1750

146
1929 Parker Twist-activated Pencil for above set.
Set

147
1929 Parker Thermometer Holder for above set. Note the “Red Cross” inlaid into the cap-top. The holder has the original thermometer including the manufacturer’s certificate, each with matching serial numbers.
Set

148
1930 Parker Televisor BF in Red Web with Black ends. GFT. Canada manufacture. Visualated section. Medium/broad nib. Near mint.
$175

149
1930 Parker Televisor BF in Green Web with Black ends. GFT. Canada manufacture. Visualated barrel. Medium. Near mint.
$175

150
1930 Parker Televisor BF in Red Web with Black ends. GFT. Canada manufacture. Visualated section. Medium/broad, flexible nib. Near mint.
$225

151
1930 Parker Televisor BF in Silver Web with Black ends. NPT. Canada manufacture. Visualated section. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Some trim wear noticeable with a loop, otherwise near mint.
$200

152
1938 Parker Royal Challenger Jr. BF in Silver Herringbone with contrasting Black blind cap. NPT, including the “stepped” clip which is unique to this model. Fine nib. Visualated section. A tad of trim wear (noticeable with a loop), otherwise near mint.
$200

153
1938 Parker #2 size BF in Red Marble, with contrasting black ends. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint.
$150

154
1938 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

155
1950 Parker Parkette Hopalong Cassidy Ball Pen in Black. Very rare – manufactured for less than one year! Remove the cap to access the writing point. Bust of Hoppy on the cap top and his signature on the barrel. Engraved guns, horseshoe and steer on the polished chrome cap. If you are my age you grew up watching Hoppy every Friday afternoon! This was Parker’s first ball pen, preceding the Jotter by several years. Original refill (dry, of course). Excellent+
$150

156
1962 Parker VP (“Very Personal”) Fountain Pen – Holy Water Sprinkler – Pencil set. 1/10 12K gold-filled pinstriped caps. The “Very Personal” was Parker’s first pen with the triangular-shaped section and rotating nib/feed unit, allowing each user to find the writing angle perfect for them. This eventually evolved into the still famous Parker 75. The glass cartridge-fill unit was designed for this pen, but unfortunately the glass was prone to breakage, so the model only lasted 2 years. The Pen and Sprinkler both with imprinted chi-rho symbol, the Catholic symbol for Christ. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with (2) class converters.. Pen and HWS with their original label. Close-up photo of set in box.
$575

157
1962 Parker Holy Water Sprinkler for above set.
Set

158
1962 Parker Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

Vintage Pens - Parker 61

159
1956 Parker 61 “Heritage” FIRST YEAR capillary-fill in Grey with silver and yellow gold-filled “Rainbow” design cap and the “1st Yr” emblem under the clip. This brand new type of filling mechanism features a rolled up, perforated sheet of cellophane inside a metal tube which itself is coated with Teflon (so it sheds all liquid when removed from the ink bottle). Here are the patents: http://www.google.com/patents/US2522555; http://www.google.com/patents/US2587949. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint.
$250

160
1956 Parker 61 FIRST YEAR capillary-fill in Grey with Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap and the “1st Yr” emblem under the clip. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint.
$200

161
1956 Parker 61 FIRST YEAR capillary-fill in Turquoise with Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap and the “1st Yr” emblem under the clip. GFT. Medium nib. Near mint.
$200

162
1957 Parker 61 Demonstrator capillary-fill in Clear Acrylic. Barrel imprinted “DEMONSTRATOR.” 1/10 12K gold-filled pinstriped cap, also hallmarked “61" and “R.D. Made in Canada” (I’m told "R.D. meand "Registered Design," the Canadian equivenent of the US "Registered Trademanrk.". GFT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint with no signs of ink in the capillary-fill wick.
$450

163
1957 Parker 61 “Legacy” capillary-fill in Grey with silver and nickel “Rainbow” design cap. CPT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$150

164
1957 Parker 61 “Legacy” capillary-fill in Black with silver and nickel “Rainbow” design cap. CPT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$150

165
1969 Parker 61 Signet cartridge/converter-fill set 1/10 12K in Gold-filled. UK manufacture. Parker found the capillary-fill mechanism tended to dry and clog, so it switched to the tried and true cartridge/converter mechanism. These are rare today. Alternating 6 pinstriped and plain panels. Near mint+. Medium/broad nib.
$225

166
1969 Parker Cap-activated Ball Pen for above set.
Set

167
1969 Parker 61 Signet cartridge/converter-fill in 1/10 12K in Gold-filled. US manufacture. Parker found the capillary-fill mechanism tended to dry and clog, so it switched to the tried and true cartridge/converter mechanism. These are rare today. Alternating 6 pinstriped and plain panels. Medium/fine nib. One tiny pinhead ding in barrel, otherwise near mint+.
$150

168
1969 Parker 61 Flighter cartridge/converter-fill in brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel). GFT. Medium nib. Near mint+
$150

169
1970 Parker 61 Custom Mark II Aerometric-fill in Forest Green. Yes, it’s an Aerometric-fill 61 – just like a 51 or 21!. Rare, Australian made model with 2 dots in the shell rather than the inlaid arrow. Gold-filled cap in the alternating 6 pinstriped and plain panels pattern. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original chalk mark on barrel.
$225

Vintage Pens - Pelikan

170
1937 Pelikan 100N PIF in Black. Rare model from Pelikan’s Italian plant, with the black binde integrated into the acrylic barrel rather than applied over the barrel. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine nib. Near mint. Two available, the second with a fine, extra-flexible nib, @ $700.
$600

171
1942 Pelikan 100 PIF in Green Pearl. Green acrylic visualated barrel. Smooth turning knob. GFT. Near mint+. Two available: (1) Fine, flexible nib. (2) Medium/broad, oblique nib (shaped like left foot).
$325

172
1942 Pelikan 100 PIF in Grey Pearl (rare). Green celluloid visualated barrel. Smooth turning knob. GFT. Medium, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint+.
$550

173
1950 Pelikan 400 PIF in Brown Striped. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine nib. Near mint.
$250

174
1950 Pelikan 400 PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$200

175
1953 Pelikan 100N PIF in Green Pearl with contrasting Black cap. GFT. Green, acrylic, visualated barrel. A tad of trim brassing, otherwise near mint. Two available: (1) Fine, flexible nib; (2) Double-broad, extra-flexible nib.
$350

176
1953 Pelikan 100N PIF in Black. GFT. Green, acrylic, visualated barrel. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$350

177
1955 Pelikan 400N PIF in Green Striped with Green Cap and Green turning knob. Very rare! GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). The green barrel is slightly darker under the cap, otherwise near mint.
$600

178
1956 Pelikan 400NN PIF in Brown Striped. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$225

179
1956 Pelikan 400NN PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225

180
1973 Pelikan 400NN made for Pelikan by Merz & Krell PIF in Green Striped with Black cap. Has a shorter barrel than the 400NN and no step between the turning knob and barrel. GFT. Rare, double-vent hole "DEF" nib (extra-fine manifold). Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$300

Vintage Pens -Sheaffer PFM

181
1959 Sheaffer PFM I snorkel-fill in Burgundy. Chrome-plated cap band and inlaid Palladium medium/broad nib. Near mint.
$225

182
1959 Sheaffer PFM I snorkel-fill set in Blue. Chrome-plated cap band and inlaid Palladium fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with papers. Close-up photo of set in box.
$350

183
1959 Sheaffer Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

184
1959 Sheaffer PFM I snorkel-fill set in Black Chrome-plated cap band and inlaid Palladium medium nib. Near mint+in original box with papers. Close-up photo of set in box.
$300

185
1959 Sheaffer Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

186
1959 Sheaffer PFM III snorkel-fill in Black. GFT. Medium “Ball,” inlaid 14K nib. The “Ball” nib is well suited for both left and right handed writers. Near mint.
$275

187
1959 Sheaffer PFM III snorkel-fill in Green (rare color). GFT. Extra-fine, inlaid 14K nib. Near mint.
$275

188
1959 Sheaffer PFM III snorkel-fill in Grey (rarest color). GFT. Medium inlaid 14K nib. Near mint.
$375

189
1959 Sheaffer PFM V snorkel-fill Set in Burgundy. Gold-filled pinstriped cap. Medium/fine inlaid 14K nib. Near mint.
$500

190
1959 Sheaffer Clip-activated ball pen for above set.
Set

191
1959 Sheaffer PFM V snorkel-fill in Blue (rare color). Gold-filled pinstriped cap. Fine inlaid 14K nib. Near mint.
$475

192
1959 Sheaffer PFM V snorkel-fill in Grey (rarest color). Gold-filled pinstriped cap. Medium “Ball,” inlaid 14K nib. GFT. The “Ball” nib is well suited for both left and right handed writers. Near mint.
$575

193
1959 Sheaffer PFM V Ball Pen in Black. Clip-activated. Gold-filled pinstriped cap. Near mint+
$125

Vintage Pens - Soennecken

194
1933 Soennecken Rheingold 1911 BF in Turquoise (Blue & Bronze – beautiful!). A top-of-the-line model. “Starburst S” logo in cap top. GFT. The black sleeve surrounding the button on the bottom of the pen screws into the barrel so the user can depress the button and fill the pen. When in the “down” position the sleeve prevents accidental pushing the button. Fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint+.
$1000

195
1933 Soennecken Rheingold 616 BF in Black. A top-of-the-line model. “Starburst S” logo in cap top. GFT. Visualated barrel. The black sleeve surrounding the button on the bottom of the pen screws into the barrel so the user can depress the white button and fill the pen. When in the “down” position the sleeve prevents accidental pushing the button. Double-broad, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). A tad of brassing to the center cap band, otherwise near mint+.
$900

196
1933 Soennecken Rheingold 915 BF in Black. A top-of-the-line model. “Starburst S” logo in cap top. GFT. The black sleeve surrounding the button on the bottom of the pen screws into the barrel so the user can depress the white button and fill the pen. When in the “down” position the sleeve prevents accidental pushing the button. Medium nib. Near mint.
$1100

197
1938 Soennecken 507 PIF in Blue Pearl Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium, flexible, italic nib. The Soennecken Eagle logo is imprinted on the cap top. Near mint.
$350

198
1938 Soennecken 507 PIF in Blue Pearl Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. The Soennecken Eagle logo is imprinted on the cap top. Near mint.
$350

199
1938 Soennecken 510S PIF in Black. GFT, including three raised, round cap bands. Visualated barrel. Double-broad/Stub nib. The Soennecken Eagle logo is imprinted on the cap top. New-old-stock. Mint.
$275

200
1946 Soennecken 120 PIF in Black Hard Rubber. GFT. Visualated barrel. Extra-smooth, broad, italic, palladium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$300

201
1942 Soennecken 506 PIF in Silver Pearl Web. NPT. Visualated barrel. Broad nib. Near mint.
$225

202
1946 Soennecken 120 PIF in Black hard Rubber. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium, italic nib (alloy). New-old-stock. Mint in original box with papers. Close-up photo of pen in box.
$350

203
1946 Soennecken 118 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$275

204
1946 Soennecken 118 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad/double-broad, italic nib. Near mint+
$250

205
1947 Soennecken 105 PIF in Black with Silver Hash Marks. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine, extra-flexible nib. A touch of trim wear noticeable with a loop, otherwise near mint.
$275

206
1950 Soennecken S4 PIF in Burgundy (rare color – almost always found in Black!). GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

207
1950 Soennecken 412 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, flexible nib. A very early example of Soennecken’s famous locking “Click-filler.”
$375

208
1951 Soennecken 333 Extra PIF in Green with Black Pinstriping. GFT. Medium/broad, flexible, italic nib. A bit of cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$300

209
1952 Soennecken 103 PIF in Red Pearl with Black Pinstriping. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad nib. A touch of band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$250

210
1952 Soennecken 222 Superior PIF in Silver Pearl Lizard. GFT. Double-broad, italic nib. Has the famous "click" filling mechanism! One small mar in the barrel pattern, otherwise near mint+.
$400

211
1954 Soennecken 111 Superior PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Has the famous "click" filling mechanism! Broad nib. Near mint+
$500

212
1954 Soennecken 111 Extra PIF in Dark Tortoiseshell Herringbone (one of the rarest colors). GFT. Visualated barrel. Has the famous "click" filling mechanism! Medium, flexible nib. Near mint.
$1400

213
1954 Soennecken 111 Extra PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Has the famous "click" filling mechanism! Broad nib. Near mint+.
$850

214
1960 Soennecken 222 Superior BF in Black with Silver Hash Marks; late production, no longer featuring the "Click" locking filler mechanism. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). New-old-stock. Mint.
$500

Vintage Pens - Wahl Eversharp

215
1927 Wahl Eversharp #2 LF in Rosewood Woodgrain. GFT. Medium, flexible nib (nib actually factory imprinted “Flexible”). Rollerball clip. A tad of high point brassing, otherwise near mint. Wahl’s answer to the Waterman 52 Woodgrain.
$150

216
1927 Wahl Eversharp #2 LF in Jade. Beautiful design with gold-filled bands not only at the cap lip, but also at both black ends. GFT. Rollerball clip. Fine/extra-fine nib. A touch of high point brassing, otherwise near mint.
$300

217
1930 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised Gold Seal Personal Point LF in Black. The “Personal Point was Wahl’s system of interchangeable screw-in nib units, similar to Pelikan and Esterbrook. Nibs were available in no less than 15 different styles, this one being extra-fine/needle-point. GFT. Rollerball clip. Near mint+
$350

218
1931 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised Gold Seal Personal Point LF set in Tunis. See pen above for information about the “Personal Point.” Extra-fine/fine nib. GFT. Rollerball clip. Near mint+
$500

219
1931 Wahl Eversharp Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

220
1934 Wahl Eversharp #4 Doric Gold-Seal LF in Garnet (Red Pearl). GFT. Visualated barrel. Extra-fine/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$300

221
1935 Wahl Eversharp #7 Doric Gold-Seal Personal Point plunger-fill in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel with “Reticulated Web” design. Wonderful fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$325

222
1935 Wahl Eversharp #7 Doric Gold-Seal plunger-fill in Black. #7 extra-fine, flexible, adjustable nib, with original shut-off valve. GFT. Visualated barrel with “Reticulated Web” design.
$325

223
1935 Wahl Eversharp #4 Doric Gold-Seal LF in Blue Pearl Web. NPT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. Near mint
$300

224
1935 Wahl Eversharp Streamline Light-Weight Bulb-fill Stenographers set in Faceted Silver & Black Web. GFT. Extra-fine nib. Near mint.
$425

225
1935 Wahl Eversharp Twist-activated pencil for above set. Actually much rarer than the pen, which is rare in its own right!
Set

226
1936 Wahl Eversharp #2 Oxford Bulb-fill in Red Pearl Swirl. Equipoised-shaped with a long visualated barrel. Deigned to fill the market niche for a moderately priced pen with a large ink capacity, without detracting from their top-of-the-line Doric line. GFT. Extra-fine/fine nib with a touch of flex. Near mint.
$150

227
1949 Wahl Eversharp Symphony LF in Black with Polished Chrome cap. GFT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$100

Vintage Pens - Waterman

228
1910 Waterman (4)12 eyedropper-fill in BHR with signed “Sterling” overlay in the “Art Nouveau” pattern. These rare, early, electroformed silver overlay Watermans, with their recessed barrel overlays, have only before been found signed “Fine Silver” or “.999 Fine Silver,” not signed “Sterling.” I thought it may be an error, but my research clearly shows that the electroforming process can be used with both Fine Silver and Sterling Silver. Right now, this is a one-of-a-kind. Fine, triple-flexible nib. Very nice age patina on the silver (will polish on request). Near mint.
$950

229
1915 Waterman 0552 ½ LF in Red Ripple with 18K gold-filled overlay in “Fluted” pattern. The overlay pattern is rare, and it being on Red Ripple makes it doubly rare! Fine nib with a touch of flex. French hallmarks. Borders on “User Grade” because of a number of pinpoint surface mars, but it is a rare overlay on Red Ripple, and is priced very reasonably!
$175

230
1915 Waterman 0552 ½ LF in 18K gold-filled overlay in the rare “Chain Link” pattern. French hallmarks. Fine, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

231
1915 Waterman 0552 ½ LEC (Long Extended Case) set in Gold-filled “Pansy Panel” pattern. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint, rare and beautiful!
$600

232
1915 Waterman Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

233
1917 Waterman 42 Continental Safety eyedropper-fill in 18 KR (gold-filled). Alternating panels of floral & Vine like pattern and wave-chasing. Smooth clip & cap-top. Extra-fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$350

234
1920 Waterman 55 LF in Cardinal. GFT. A wonderfully responsive, fine, extra-flexible nib. Deep, crisp barrel imprint. A tad of brassing here and there on the cap band, otherwise near mint.
$500

235
1925 Waterman 552 ½ lever-fill in BHR with Smooth 14K overlay. Barrel engraved “Presented to W.N.C. Cattone by Roma Lodge No. 854.F. & A. M. June 14, 1930.” Extra-fine/needle point nib, marked “Account.” Near mint+. Has original patina – will polish on request.
$600

236
1925 Waterman 52V LF in Red Ripple. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Imprint wear (not fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$125

237
1925 Waterman 452 LF Half-covered Smooth sterling Silver Overlay on BHR. Fine, flexible nib. Comes with original signed Waterman NP accommodation clip. Near mint+. Will polish on request. Deduct $50 if you don’t want the accommodation clip.
$275

238
1927 Waterman 42 “Continental Safety” eyedropper-fill in 18K gold-filled over BHR. The barrel has alternating plain & lightly engine-turned wave chased panels. The cap in high relief scroll work with a full ladies profile face on opposite side of clip. Repousse clip and crown. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$600

239
1927 Waterman 42 “Continental Safety” eyedropper-fill in 18K gold-filled over BHR. Cap and barrel in “Checkerboard” pattern formed within plain and barley patterns. Extra-fine/needle point, flexible nib. Appears to be new-old-stock. Mint.
$450

240
1927 Waterman 7 LF in Red Ripple with a "Blue" color-coded nib and cap band. Blue designated a stub, italic nib which, according to Waterman, was "popular with rapid writers." A little imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$750

241
1928 Waterman 0552 LF in Gold-Filled “Night & Day” pattern over BHR. Much rarer than the sterling silver model (which is pretty rare itself). Extra-fine/needlepoint nib. Some edge brassing and a few surface scratches (noticeable with a loop), otherwise near mint.
$1000

242
1928 Waterman 94 LF in Olive Ripple. GFT. A rare color. As other pen manufacturers were switching from hard rubber to celluloid, Waterman stayed with rubber as they has spent a fortune perfecting colored rubber. Unfortunately, it couldn’t effectively compete with celluloid and was soon discontinued shortly afterwards with the introduction of Waterman’s first celluloid pen, the highly successful Patrician! Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$500

243
1928 Waterman 52V LF in Olive Ripple. GFT. See pen above for more information. Fine, extra-flexible, italic nib. Near mint.
$350

244
1930 Waterman 7 LF in Black with a "Red" color-coded nib and bottom barrel insert. "Red" designated a "Standard, medium, semi-flexible" nib. Beautiful Art-Deco design! Near mint.
$400

245
1939 Waterman 5116 Ink-Vue Demonstrator (rare) with Amber celluloid barrel and Black cap. GFT. The lever hinges in the middle and is then pumped several times to completely fill the barrel. Waterman’s answer to the Parker Vacumatic. A few dings in the plastic, otherwise near mint. Two available: (1) Medium nib; (2) Medium nib with a tad of flex.
$400

246
1939 Waterman Model 403 (rare, streamlined model) LF in Sterling Silver "Basket-weave" overlay on Black Hard Rubber. Fine nib. Indicia engraved "E.J.Corillio." Near mint. Has original patina – will polish on request.
$515

247
1939 Waterman Model 403 (rare) LF in Sterling Silver "Basket-weave" overlay on Black Hard Rubber. Medium, italic nib. Indicia engraved in script "R.O.L." Near mint. Has original patina – will polish on request.
$515

248
1941 Waterman Emblem Oversize LF in Black. Waterman’s largest pen at the time. GFT. Medium nib. A tad of lever brassing, otherwise near mint.
$350

Wonderful Vintage Ring-top Pens

249
1920 Conklin #2 Crescent-fill ring-top in gold-filled over BHR. “4-Leaf Filigree” pattern. Fine nib. Near mint.
$300

250
1925 Diamond Point #2 LF ring-top in Jade with White bands at Black ends. GFT, including a very wide cap band. Medium nib. A hint of discolor at the ends, otherwise near mint.
$65

251
1915 Mabie Todd #2 Eyedropper-fill in gold-filled “Gothic” pattern (checkerboard panels). Indicia engraved, “E.F.R.” Wonderful fine, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$75

252
1915 Mabie Todd Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

253
1930 Conway Stewart 645 Dinkie Major LF ring-top in Red mottled Hard Rubber (very rare). GFT. Medium, flexible nib. A little lever brassing, otherwise near mint.
$150

254
1951 Conway Stewart 526 Dinkie LF ring-top in “Apple” Green (rare). GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$95

255
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. Extra-fine nib. A tad of wear here and there, noticeable with a loop, otherwise near mint.
$425

256
1928 Security #500 Twist-fill ring-top in Red Mottled Hard Rubber. This model came without the check protector. Yellow casein cap-top. GFT. Medium/fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$125

257
1920 Wahl Eversharp #0 LF ring-top set in gold-filled “Gothic” pattern (checkerboard panels). The smallest set made by Wahl, perfect for the occasional note. Rare and unusual! Medium/fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$85

258
1920 Wahl Eversharp Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

259
1920 Waterman 452 ½V LF ring-top in Smooth Sterling Silver. Much rarer than the models with patterns! Fine nib. Plenty of age patina (will polish on request). Near mint.
$200

260
1922 Waterman 52 ½V ring-top in Black Chased Hard Rubber. NPT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$65