Catalog 83 (June 2017)


Welcome to archived Catalog #83, 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: Active Catalogs. Thank you very much

Extraordinary Vintage Pens

1
1900 Aikin Lambert “Poinsettia” #2 eyedropper-fill straight-sided in repousse gold-filled “Poinsettia on hand hammered background” pattern (very rare). Aiken 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. A wonderful example, with an unengraved barrel indicia and no brassing evident anywhere. Extra-fine, semi-flexible nib. Tiny signs of wear at the smooth metal just at the top and bottom of the barrel, otherwise near mint+. It’s doubtful you’ll ever find a better example! High definition close-up photo.
$1250
2
1929 Lebeouf #8 Sleeve-filler in Ivory Pearltex (beautiful!). GFT, including the press bar to fill the pen. Broad nib. Near mint+.
$1750
3
1920 Mabie Todd “Jackdaw” Toledo LF in Damascened-inlay overlay on Woodgrain Hard Rubber. 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 cap & barrel each with two dragons and other flourish designs. Jackdaw was Mabie Todd’s student level pen, but generally of good quality (often even better than their “Blackbird” model pens) and are rare today. The theory is that because of their quality and price point, parents tended to buy lesser prices pens for their kids. Then along comes this extremely rare pen with “Toledo” Damascene work! Nib and feed both signed “Jackdaw” (one of the famous fine, triple-flexible Jackdaw nibs!). There are less than a handful of these known to exist. Incredibly fine and beautiful work! A few signs of wear here and there, otherwise near mint. High definition close-up photo.
$1500
4
1930 Montblanc #30 Masterpiece Push-Knob filler in Coral Red (rare). GFT. Wonderful condition, with just a tad of barrel imprint wear (fully readable). Medium, flexible nib. Buy with pencil below @ $2150.
$1750
5
1935 Montblanc 53 Pencil in Coral Red. GFT. One of the most sought after Montblanc pencils. The only model with the “flared” cap top and large white star. Near mint. Buy with pen above @ $2150.
$475
6
1935 Montblanc 128 PL Push knob-fill in Platinum. Perhaps Montblanc’s most spectacular celluloid! GFT. 2-toned alloy nib (medium/fine). Near mint+.
$4250
7
1935 Montblanc 126PL Push-knob filler in Platinum Striped. Perhaps Montblanc’s most beautiful Celluloid. GFT. Two-toned medium, semi-flexible nib. Barrel with owner’s name, “W.Lund.” Near mint+
$2500
8
1955 Montblanc 144 Masterpiece PIF in Black Celluloid (pre-injection molded Precious Resin) with 14K Solid Gold “Barley” overlay. Visualated barrel. Two-tone, broad, flexible nib. Cap indicia engraved “Lutz”. Barrel pinstriping wear, otherwise near mint.
$1500
9
1946 Montblanc 139 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. Visualated window, still with perfect pinstriping. GFT. Cap with outer cap bands in sterling silver. This pen was the model for the limited edition Hemingway. Two-toned, medium/broad, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$3500
10
1950 Montblanc 246 PIF in Tiger’s Eye (Brown Striated). One of Montblanc’s most beautiful and desirable celluloids. GFT. Medium, italic nib. Some cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$1900
11
1950 Montblanc 246 PIF in Grey Striated. One of Montblanc’s most beautiful and desirable celluloids. GFT. Fine, semi-flexible nib. Near mint+.
$1750
12
1952 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black Celluloid. GFT, except for the sterling silver outer cap bands. 3-tone, 14C medium/broad nib with flat, grooved feed. Visualated barrel, with perfect vertical lines. Near mint+.
$2300
13
1914 Parker Model 34 Long Version Button-fill in Sterling Silver “Chased Filigree” barrel overlay and cap crown. The button-fill model is much rarer than the eyedropper-fill version, both with the same model number. Parker introduced the button-fill in 1913 to compete with Sheaffer’s lever-fill. Parker called them the “Parker press-the Button Self-filling pens.” Beautiful age patina. Fine, semi-flexible nib. Near mint and excruciatingly rare!
$3500
14
1929 Pelikan First-Year piston-fill pen, usually called a Model 100, but actually had no model number at all until 1930. Very rare! Characteristics include a straight-sided inner cap, no cap bands, Bakelite barrel, long-slender gripping section, and nib with a heart shaped vent hole (medium/fine, flexible). Very minor discoloration of the jade binde (usually found much darker), otherwise near mint. A wonderful addition to anyone’s Pelikan collection.
$2700
15
1932 Pullman #2 BF in Octagonal Double-laminated gold-filled. Clip signed “Patent” and “Pullman.” Center of cap in “Checkerboard” pattern, the rest of the pen in “Barley” pattern. Nib signed “Pullman 14 CTS F” (fine, extra-flexible). Very high quality and very rare! Opens and closes by pushing up & pulling down the barrel, which opens and closes the hinged crown on the non-removable cap. Knurled blind-cap. Few were made, fewer survived as folks broke them trying to unscrew the cap! Near mint+. Shown open and closed.
$4000
16
1932 Meteore (Pullman) #1 BF in Black Hard Rubber over a brass lining. Unsigned cap and barrel, other than “PATENT” on clip. Correct “D & D Paris 18 Cts 1” nib (Demley & Degan were the founders of La Plume d’Or, the French company which licensed the Pullman technology). This high quality, rare and famous pen, which opens and closes by pushing up & pulling down the barrel, which opens and closes the hinged crown on the non-removable cap. Few were made, fewer survived as folks broke them trying to unscrew the cap! Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+. Shown open and closed.
$2500
17
1930 Tri-Pen #4 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. Medium/fine nib. A bit of clip brassing, otherwise near mint.
$2500
18
1915 Waterman 554 LF in 14K solid gold on BHR. “Hand Engraved Vine” pattern. Indicia engraved, “R.A.Q.” Fine, extra-flexible, italic nib. Near mint+.
$1000

19
1913 Soennecken Model 814 Safety eyedropper-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Beautiful, crisp chasing without discernable wear. Medium/fine, extra-flexible nib. A few minor scars on the turning knob, and has been filled (perhaps 100 years ago?), otherwise near mint. Shown open with nib propelled.
$800
20
1913 Soennecken Model 11820 Safety eyedropper-fill in 14K Solid Gold Overlay on BHR. Alternating wave-chased and plain panels. The model number on the pen is covered by the overlay. I do believe this is the “20″ size, the largest size manufactured. Extra-fine/fine nib. Minor dents and dings to the cap and barrel, and has been filled (perhaps 100 years ago?), otherwise near mint. Shown open with nib propelled.
$3500
21
1927 Soennecken Rheingold 912 BF in Jade. Early model, the cap-top with the “S” in a white circle and surrounding sunburst, and the button in black (later models did not have the white circle on the cap-top and the button was changed to white). GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. A touch of ambering to the cap and minor ambering to the barrel (far, far better than most found), otherwise near mint.
$800
22
1930 Soennecken Rheingold No. 911 BF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. The sleeve at the bottom of the pen is turned to reveal the filler-button. This is the earliest model, with a black button. Later the button was changed to white so it could be seen better. “Sunburst” on cap-top. Medium/fine, flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$650
23
1933 Soennecken 304 BF in Blue Pearl Web. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$250
24
1933 Soennecken 305 BF in Blue Marble. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$250
25
1933 Soennecken Pegasus (Model or sub-brand?) No. 6 PIF in Blue Pearl Web. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium, semi-flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$350
26
1933 Soennecken Rheingold No. 616 BF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. The sleeve at the bottom of the pen is turned to reveal the white filler-button. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$900
27
1933 Soennecken Rheingold No. 1911 BF in Red Veined Grey. The top-of-the-line model in a very rare color! GFT. Medium, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with instructions (writing on the outside bottom of the box). Photo of pen with box.
$1100
28
1935 Soennecken Prasident 1 BF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium, alloy nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$750
29
1938 Soennecken 507 PIF in Blue Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium, semi-flexible alloy nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$350
30
1938 Soennecken 507 PIF in Silver Pearl Web. NPT. Visualated barrel. Needle-point, flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock)
$350
31
1938 Soennecken 507 PIF in Black. NPT. Visualated barrel. Medium flexible alloy nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$300
32
1938 Soennecken 504 PIF in Silver Pearl Web. NPT. Visualated barrel. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$225
33
1942 Soennecken 506 PIF Set in Blue Pearl Web. NPT. Visualated barrel. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Eagle logo on cap-top. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$300
34
1942 Soennecken Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
35
1942 Soennecken Oxford PIF in Silver Pearl Web. NPT. Visualated barrel. Fine, semi-flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$200
36
1945 Soennecken Rheingold No. 613 BF in Silver Ray. GFT. Visualated barrel. Eagle logo on cap-top. The sleeve at the bottom of the pen is turned to reveal the filler-button, which is now white. Eagle logo on cap-top. Broad, italic, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$800
37
1946 Soennecken 120 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, right-oblique, alloy nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$350
38
1947 Soennecken 120 PIF in Blue Pearl Web (very rare). GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, flexible, alloy nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$900
39
1947 Soennecken S25 PIF in Blue Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine/Extra-fine, triple-flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$250
40
1947 Soennecken Schrittretormhalter S19 PIF in Blue Pearl Web. NPT. Visualated barrel. Extra-fine nib. A tad of cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$200
41
1947 Soennecken 105 PIF in Black with Silver Hash Marks. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine, extra-flexible nib. A tad of cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$225
42
1948 Soennecken 110 PIF in Blue Pearl Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$350
43
1948 Soennecken 110 PIF in Dark Blue Web. GFT. Visualated barrel. Model made for the Swiss market, with the barrel tapered at the window. Fine, semi-flexible nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$300
44
1948 Soennecken 110 PIF in Blue Pearl Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Model made for the Swiss market, with the barrel tapered at the window. Unusual, high inner-cap. Medium/broad nib. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$250
45
1948 Soennecken 112 PIF in Green Pearl Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Model made for the Swiss market, with the barrel tapered at the window. Unusual, high inner-cap. Broad nib. A tad of cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$250
46
1948 Soennecken “The Tower Superior” PIF in Green Pearl with Black Veins (thought of as the nicest of the Tower colors). GFT. Visualated barrel. High quality Soennecken sub-brand produced for the Swedish market. Very rare today! “TOWER 14 Kt” nib (medium/fine). Near mint+.
$400
47
1949 Soennecken 414 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. This is the year of introduction of Soennecken’s famous “Click-locking” piston mechanism (in the models 410, 414 and 420), designed to prevent accidental rotation. These models were also more streamlined than all the earlier model pens. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint (could be new-old-stock).
$450
48
1950 Soennecken 115 PIF in Dark Blue with Black Veins. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine, triple-flexible nib. Model made for the Swiss market, with the barrel tapered at the window. Rivet on cap top with concentric circles. Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$350
49
1950 Soennecken 309 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, right-oblique, italic nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint+ (could be new-old-stock).
$275
50
1950 Soennecken “Karting” cartridge/converter-fill in Iridescent Blue Pearl. GPT. Semi-hooded, 18K, fine, flexible nib. A product of the partnership between Soennecken and Bayard, France. New-old-stock, mint with original barrel label and barrel chalk marks. I have not been able to find a converter or cartridge to fit so, unless you have one, it needs to be dipped if you intend to use it.
$50
51
1952 Soennecken 103 PIF in Blue Pearl with Black Veins. GFT. Visualated Barrel. Medium nib. A tad of cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$250
52
1952 Soennecken 103 PIF in Light Blue Pearl with Black Pinstriping. GFT. Visualated Barrel. Medium/fine nib. A tad of cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$250
53
1952 Soennecken 103 PIF in Green Pearl. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium, flexible nib. A tad of cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$250
54
1952 Soennecken 222 Superior PIF in Black with Silver Hash Marks. GFT. The famous “Click-locking” filler mechanism! Visualated barrel. Madiun, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock, Mint.
$450
55
1952 Soennecken 111 Superior PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$550
56
1965 Soennecken Pony PIF in Blue Pearl with Black Pinstriping. Visualated barrel (“portholes” at the top of the barrel). Manufactured as part of their partnership with Bayard. Broad, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150
57
1930 Soennecken Traveling Ink in Black Hard Rubber, the cap imprinted with “Soennecken 903″ and the early “Sunburst” logo. A rare piece of Soennecken ephemera. 2 3/4″ wide, 1 1/4″ deep and 2 1/4″ high. Near mint+.
$200
58
1938 Soennecken Traveling Ink in Black Hard Rubber, the cap imprinted with “Soennecken 903″ and the Eagle logo. A wonderful piece of Soennecken ephemera. 2 3/4″ wide, 1 1/4″ deep and 2 1/4″ high. Near mint+.
$150
59
1933 Soennecken Traveling Ink in Black Hard Rubber, the cap imprinted with “Soennecken 902.” Rare shape, and in its original box to boot! 2″ wide, 3/4″ deep and 3 1/4″ high. New-old-stock. Box a little threadbare (all four corners open) and some ink stains inside.
$350

Limited & Special Editions

60
1995 Aurora Dante Alighieri LE #1764/1919 PIF in Forest Green Lacquer. Rose-gold Vermeil trim (gold-plate on sterling silver). Visualated section. 18K broad nib. Near mint+ in original box with papers, ink bottle, outer sleeve and outer shipping sleeve (signed “EXPORT”). Photo of pen with box.
$675
61
2002 Aurora Leonardo da Vinci LE #0470/1919 LF in Bordeaux resin with Gold-plated cap with lacquer filled engravings drawn from the Maestro’s codex on the flight of birds. The filling lever is accessed by unscrewing and removing the barrel end. Tapered, 18K, fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with paperweight and outer sleeve. Photo of pen with box.
$1100
62
2007 Aurora Afrika Piston-fill in Yellow and Black Resin. LE#4258. 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. 18K extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$350
63
2001 Delta Mille Miglia (One Thousand Miles) LF LE #235/633 in Smooth Sterling Silver over Red Acrylic. Die cut letters in the cap spell out “The Third MM.” Fine nib. Near mint.
$250
64
2006 Delta Indios Indigenous People Collection LE 1500pcs cartridge/converter-fill in Black with Brown Pearl gripping section, cap top and barrel bottom (colors made from rubber plants). Sterling silver repousse band at barrel bottom. Cabochon in cap top is a parrot (Symbol of the Amazon). 18K White Gold extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$325
65
2003 Marlen Academia Matchstick-filler LE #110/430 in Blue Pearl with Sterling Silver cap. The mouth of the sterling silver lion’s head on the barrel houses the hole for the match stick which is inserted to fill the pen. The pen comes with an inlaid enamel crest laden filler key on a yellow tassel. New-old-stock. Mint with felt pouch. List $5040. Photo of pen with “key” and felt pouch.
$1200
66
1996 Omas L’Ingegno Scrittorio Di Leonardo LE 0056/1000 PIF in Sterling Silver with Geometric Patterns within Pinstriping. Orange cabochon on bottom. Homage to the Italian Renaissance. 18K, fine, white gold nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$800
67
2004 Omas T-2 557/F Paragon LE 682/750 PIF in Titanium 12-sided faceted. GFT. The T-2 was manufactured to commemorate Omas’s 75th anniversary. The fountain pen was made in three different sizes, this one being the largest and the numbered edition. This model has gold plated details while the other, smaller models, use rhodium. 18K, medium nib. Near mint+. These are almost impossible to find, especially mint in box with papers and outer box. Photo of pen with box.
$850
68
2015 Pelikan M800 Souveran PIF Special Edition “Blue O Blue” in Blue Pearl with Black Veins (special one-time production). GPT. Visualated barrel. 2-Tone 18C broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$500
69
2009 Stipula Suprema Nuda LE #009.351 plunger vacuum-fil in Clear Acrylic. GPT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400

Modern Ball Pens & Rollerballs

70
2015 Delta “Y2K Carbon Fibre & Aluminum” Rollerball. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$75
71
2015 Delta Papillon Rollerball in Silver Pearl. Sterling Silver repousse band at barrel bottom. Platinum-plated trim. Unique fluted shape. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included. Buy with matching pen, item #83 below, @ $275.
$135
72
2013 Faber Castell Ambition Collection Ball Pen in Coconut wood. Chrome plated trim. Spring clip. Near Mint
$50
73
2008 Mauboussin “Strong Together” Rollerball in Black Metallic. Unusual rectangular shaped cap & barrel. “Brick” design cap lip. Very elaborate packaging. Famous French Designer. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with outer box (very elaborate packaging). Refill included. Photo of pen with box.
$200
74
2005 Montblanc 161R Classique Ball Pen in Burgundy (rare). GPT. Twist-activated. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$250
75
2008 Monteverde Walt Disney “Signature” Ball Pen LE# 0051/1901 in Black. Carbon fiber rings around the cap. Sterling silver trim. New-old-stock. Mint in original wooden box with papers, outer box and outer sleeve. Photo of pen with box.
$225
76
2006 “Bamboo” Rollerball in Brushed Stainless Steel. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included. Buy with matching pen below, item #87, @ $325.
$150
77
2006 “Bamboo” Rollerball in Black Resin. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included. Buy with matching pen, item #88, @ $275.
$125
78
2007 Fountain Pen Hospital 60th Anniversary Limited Edition #02/30 Bologna Rollerball in Black & Gold Celluloid. Gold-plated trim and gripping section. Cap band signed “Fountain Pen hospital 60th.” New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$200
79
1997 Thesi Thin Ball Pen in Gold-filled with Black Enamel panels. Spring-loaded flat clip. Pen is rectangular shape, with slanted bottom; slide activated. Near mint.
$150
80
2010 Metropolis Retractable Rollerball in .925 Sterling Silver Gun Metal Finish. Stunning! Turning the bottom knob propels and repels the writing point, and this works whether or not the cap is posted on the barrel end. Mint. New-old-stock. Refill included.
$350
81
2000 Xetra Ball Pen in 925 Sterling Silver with inlaid Blue Lacque in “Rectangles” Pattern. Strikingly beautiful. Famous German manufacturer. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$200

A Page of Modern Pens

82
2010 Optima 996 PIF in Green Auroloide. GPT including the wide Greek-Key center cap band. Medium nib. Near mint+ in box with papers and outer sleeve. Photo of pen with box.
$300
83
2015 Papillon cartridge/converter-fill in Blue Pearl. Sterling Silver repousse band at bottom. Platinum-plate trim. Unique fluted shape. 14K White Gold extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$175
84
2000 AD2000 cartridge/converter-fill in Metallic Black. Rhodium-plate Two-tone18K White Gold extra-fine nib. Silver-plate trim. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$250
85
2010 “Nachtigall” cartridge/converter-fill in Brazilian Rosewood. 18K nib (fine) sourced from Boch in Germany (pen manufactured in Germany). Polished Stainless Steel gripping section. New-old-stock. Mint in original signed “FINK” leather carrying case. Converter included. Photo of pen with leather carrying case.
$175
86
2013 Cartridge/converter-fill in Carbon Fibre black. Sterling silver trim, barrel threads and gripping section. I believe this is the first pen Montegrappa produced under license from the Ayrton Senna Foundation.18K medium nib. Near mint. Converter included.
$125
87
2006 “Bamboo” cartridge/converter-fill in Brushed Stainless Steel. Two-tone 14K White Gold fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$200
88
2006 “Bamboo” cartridge/converter-fill in Black resin. Two-tone 14K White Gold fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$175
89
2005 Traveling Ink Pot in Black, with Clear Window. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint in original round, leather carrying case. Phone of ink pot with leather case.
$75
90
2000 Xetra Cartridge/converter-fill in 925 Sterling Silver in “Rectangles” Pattern. Strikingly beautiful. Rhodium-plate trim. Famous German manufacturer. New-old-stock. Mint. Rhodium-plate nib manufactured by Schmidt in Germany (medium/broad). Will polish on request. Converter included. Buy with matching pen, item #81 above, @ $300.
$125
91
1995 Carene Cartridge/converter-fill in Dark Green. GP “Fluted” cap. Inlaid 18K extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$200

A Page of Modern Pelikan Pens

92
1982 M400 PIF in Green Striped. GPT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with barrel label. Remake of the 1950 Model 400.
$175
93
1987 M800 Souveran PIF in Green Striped with Black Cap. GPT. Early model with gold disk inlaid into the turning knob, 2-tone 18C nib (oblique, medium) and die-cut cap logo in the gold disk. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint. Three available: (1) Medium, right-oblique (shaped like left foot); (1) Medium; (1) Broad @ $425
$400
94
1990 M400 PIF in Brown Striped. GPT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175
95
2000 M200 PIF Demonstrator in Clear Acrylic. GPT. Three available – choice of nib (all gold plate). Additional to the $150 price: Calligraphy (MC nib): EF $15; F $0; M $0; B $15; 1.0 $20; 2.0 $30; Non-Calligraphy: EF $15; F $0; OM $15; B $15: When ordering, please note your nib selection in the “Comments” section.
$150
96
2000 K200-250 Ballpen in Burgundy with Black Barrel. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$115
97
2000 M250 PIF in Brown Striped. GPT. Visualated Barrel. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$250
98
2000 M200 Demonstrator PIF in Amber Transparent. GPT. Gold-plate, fine nib. Near mint+
$125
99
2005 M800 Souveran PIF in Black. GPT. Visualated barrel. 2-tone, 18C double-broad, oblique nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$325
100
2005 M250 PIF in Burgundy. GPT. VISUALATED barrel. Medium/broad, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$250
101
2005 M320 PIF in Jade Green Pearl. GFT. Visualated barrel. 2-Tone nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: (1) Medium, right-oblique nib (shaped like left foot; (1) Medium nib.
$275
102
2010 M400 PIF in Green Striped. GPT. Visualated barrel. 2-Tone medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$165

Still More Vintage Pens

103
1900 #2 eyedropper-fill Cone Cap in a highly ornate and unusual Chased Filigree & Floral pattern. B&W was founded in 1892 in Akron, Ohio, Until 1906 they sold only eyedropper-fill pens to the trade only, many very ornate (like this example). Fine, triple-flexible nib. A touch of wear to the very bottom edge of the barrel overlay and signs of ink, otherwise near mint. High definition photo of pen.
$800
104
1928 #8 INX LF in Silver Pearl. The largest size in which this model was made. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+
$850
105
1950 Barclay 1304/809 #4 size Vac-fill in 835 Coin Silver with alternating wave-chased and Barley panels. CP clip. High Quality pen, made in Czechoslovakia, with Czech. control marks on cap and barrel. Removing the blind cap reveals a hollow clear acrylic plunger which is pressed several times to fill the pen. The hollow plunger also actually fills with ink, allowing the user to monitor the ink level in the pen. Alloy nib sighed “Centropen Iridium 42″ (medium). Near mint, and quite rare.
$400
106
1926 #8 Pneumatic-fill in Red Mottled Hard Rubber. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+
$800
107
1926 #8 LF in Deep Jade (beautiful color!). GFT. The largest pen manufactured by Chilton. Fine nib. Near mint+.
$900
108
1929 #46 Pneumatic-fill in Black & Bronze (beautiful!). GFT. Medium/broad nib. Clip ball brassing, otherwise near mint+. Barrel with initials, “J.M.S.”
$350
109
1924 Large Endura (Sr. Size) Long Crescent-fill in Black Hard Rubber. Extremely rare! Early model, transitioning the earlier Duragraph to the Endura, with the extra-long gripping section and cap. Set off nicely with inlaid red bands. GFT. Medium nib. A touch of cap band brassing and a hint of oxidation, otherwise near mint.
$1750
110
1927 Long Endura (Sr. Size) LF in Verne Green (Deep Jade). Set off beautifully with inlaid red bands. GFT, including the rare, narrow cap band. Broad nib. Near mint.
$500
111
1930 “Ensemble” Pen-Pencil LF Combination in Green Pearl (very rare). GFT. Medium nib. I’ll call this “User Grade” because of the light ambering, otherwise near mint.
$200
112
1930 Long Endura LF in Black & Bronze, set off beautifully with inlaid Yellow bands. GFT. New-old-stock. Fine nib. Mint with original label (on cap-top).
$550
113
1934 Nozac Oversize 7M Word Gauge PIF in Green Marble. GFT. Taking advantage of the visualated barrel, and to promote it’s large capacity, Conklin imprinted a gauge running up the side of the barrel to show how many words the remaining ink would write. The gauge on this model runs from 1M (thousand) to 7M. GFT, including the chased cap band and “Rocker” clip. Fine nib. Very minor surface scratches noticeable with a loop, otherwise near mint.
$550
114
1935 #4 LF in Silver Pearl with Red Specks & Black Veins. GFT. Medium/fine, triple-flexible nib! Near mint.
$300
115
1927 #4 LF in Coco Bolo (wonderful color!). GFT. Fine, italic, semi-flexible nib. Near mint.
$600
116
1920 #2 LF in 14K Solid Gold. Pattern is “Alternating Hand Engraved Vine and Pinstripe Panels.” Fine, flexible nib. One tiny ding about a inch below the barrel indicia, otherwise near mint.
$900
117
1920 #2 LF Set in Gold-filled. Alternating panels: Plain-Wavy Line-Plain-Hashmark-Plain. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$450
118
1920 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
119
1932 #4 Leverless twist-fill in Green Marble. GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200
120
1937 SM205/86 (#2 size) LF in Light Green Pearl Snakeskin (web). GFT. Medium/broad right oblique (shaped like left foot). High point clip brassing, otherwise near mint.
$185
121
1955 “Integral” BF in iridescent Grey Pearl. High quality French manufacturer (founded 1842). 18K hooded nib (extra-fine), perhaps designed to compte with the ever-popular Parker 51. GFT, including the cap-top and barrel-bottom insets. The hollow acrylic “button” is attached to an “accordion bladder” and also actually fills with ink, allowing the user to monitor the ink level in the pen. Near mint+
$85
122
1932 #2 LF in Blue Marble. NPT. A little trim and imprint wear, but a wonderful fine, extra-flexible nib. Excellent+
$80
123
1930 #7 LF in Black Chased Hard Rubber. GPT. Gold-plate, medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$75
124
1950 Stylograph Demonstrator in Black Hard Rubber. Cap, barrel, gripping section, inner-cap and transparent Celluloid barrel all with portions factory cut away to allow the dealer to show the operation of the pen. Only a few made, and fewer survived. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150

Three Pages of Vintage Montblanc Pens

125
1935 304 Safety eyedropper-fill in BHR. Incorrect Montblanc “14 Carat M” nib (should be “Montblanc 4 14CT”). Medium, extra-flexible nib. Crisp cap imprints (“MONT//\\BLANC” on one side, and the name “Englick & Quatz Konigsberg” on the other. Konigsberg, Germany is now Kaliningrad, Russia). Barrel imprint wear (not all readable), otherwise near mint. Shown open with nib propelled.
$400
126
1935 322 button-fill in Azurite Blue. Outstandingly rare and beautiful! GFT. Medium, semi-flexible nib. The cap is a shade brighter than the barrel (the color is better than 99% found). Cap also imprinted “Stoffhaus” for Montblanc’s 1930s boutique. Correct Montblanc “a” nib (medium). A tad of barrel imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$1200
127
1935 122S Meisterstuck “Hatched” button-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Alternating panels of pinstripe & wave chasing. Extremely rare! GFT. Two-tone, fine nib. A tad of plating wear on the nib, otherwise near mint.
$1000
128
1940 136 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. GFT. Rare, long window version, with excellent pinstriping. 2-Tone, extra-fine nib. Near mint.
$1250
129
1941 25 Push-Knob fill 12-sided in Brown Marble. Extremely rare and beautiful! Even rarer with the high cap top. GFT. Medium/fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$1500
130
1946 72 G PL Pix Repeater-Pencil in Platinum. Perhaps Montblanc’s most beautiful Celluloid! Very rare version with Nickle Plate trim (I’ve never seen another). Near mint+.
$400
131
1935 122PL Push knob-fill in Platinum celluloid. Could be Montblanc’s most attractive celluloid. GFT. Barrel engraved “Grete.” Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$1200
132
1946 246 button-fill in Black. GFT. Near mint. Fine nib. Some brassing to the upper and lower edges of the cap band, otherwise near mint.
$350
133
1948 134 Masterpiece PIF in Black. GFT, including the correct “Art Deco” stepped clip.. Visualated window with perfect pinstriping. 2-Tone extra-smooth, medium/fine nib. A rare, transitional model, made only in 1948 & 1949, before being replaced by the Model 144. Near mint.
$750
134
1950 142 Meisterstuck PIF in Black Celluloid (pre-precious resin). GFT. Short visualated window with perfect vertical lines. Two-toned, medium, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). A little wear to the barrel window pinstriping, otherwise near mint.
$400
135
1950 144 Meisterstuck PIF in Silver Stripe (much rarer than the Green Striped model). GFT. Visualated barrel. Two-toned, medium/broad, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+. Buy with matching pencil below @ $1825.
$1400
136
1955 172 Pix button-activated repeater Pencil in Silver Striped (rare color). GFT. Near mint+. Buy with matching pen above @ $1825.
$500
137
1952 644 PIF in Black. Gold-filled cap in the “Alternating Pinstripe and plain Panel” pattern. GFT. Two-toned, fine, semi-flexible nib (not “wing” nib). Very minor cap scuffs noticeable only with a loop, otherwise near mint.
$625
138
1954 672 Pix button-activated Pencil in Black with “Silvexa” (stainless steel) cap. GFT. Near mint.
$250
139
1955 149 PIF in Celluloid. Early production, while Montblanc pens were still being hand made by master machinists (prior to the introduction of injection molded ‘Precious Resin’). Short visualated barrel window. Outer two cap bands are sterling silver, otherwise GFT. Three-tone 14C nib (medium, flexible, italic, with a little “bite”). A touch of wear to the silver bands and wear to the barrel window pinstriping, otherwise near mint.
$1750
140
1955 642 PIF in Green Striped (rare) with “Silvexa” (stainless steel) cap. GFT. “Wing” nib (fine, extra-flexible). Near mint+.
$900
141
1955 642 PIF in Silver Striped (rare) with Gold-filled cap in the “Alternating Pinstripe and Plain Panel” pattern. GFT. “Wing” nib (medium, semi-flexible]. Near mint+.
$1000
142
1955 24 PIF in Black. GPT. Visualated barrel. Semi-hooded nib. Cap engraved with a logo; fancy lower-cap “h” in a circle. Medium nib. Near mint.
$150
143
1955 25 Push-knob fill in Coral Red (rare). GFT. Double-broad nib. User grade, due to a little imprint wear (fully readable) and trim brassing. Otherwise near mint.
$250
145
1955 82 PIF in Gold-filled. Alternating plain and pinstripe panels. Slip cap. Yellow visualated window between barrel and gripping section. Medium/broad nib. Near mint+
$400
146
1950 146 Meisterstuck PIF in Green Stripe. The largest size in which this model was made. GFT. Visualated barrel. Two-toned, medium/broad nib. Visualated barrel is dark and with a touch of ambering, some surface scratches on the clip, otherwise near mint. Buy with matching pencil below @ $1750.
$1400
147
1955 172 Pix button-activated repeater Pencil in Green Striped. GFT. Near mint+. Buy with matching pen above @ $1750.
$400
148
1956 254 PIF in Black. Visualated barrel. “Wing” nib. GFT. Double-broad, oblique, italic nib. Near mint+.
$275
149
1956 256 PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated Window. The largest size in which this model was made. “Wing” nib (medium, semi-flexible). Near mint.
$400
150
1956 254 PIF in Green (rare color). Visualated barrel. “Wing” nib (medium, semi-flexible). GFT. Near mint+. See matching ballpen below.
$400
151
1957 215 Ball Pen in Green (rare color). Propel-repel activation lever is in the center of the clip. GFT. Near mint. Senator refill included, and readily available. Matches pen above. Buy both at $550.
$200
152
1971 124 PIF in Black with gold-filled fluted cap. Visualated barrel. Semi-hooded, medium-fine, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200
153
1971 222 Classic cartridge/converter-fill in black with chrome-plate Fluted cap. Visualated barrel. Semi-hooded nib (fine). New-old-stock. Mint with original barrel labels.
$150
154
1974 227 PIF in Black with gold-filled heavy line “Guilloche” pattern (deep fluted). Medium/fine semi-hooded nib. Visualated barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200

A Page of Vintage Parker Pens

155
1906 Model 33 Jack Knife Safety eyedropper-fill in Black Hard Rubber with gold-filled “Chased Filigree” barrel overlay and cap crown. Introduced the same year as the famous Parker “Snake” pens. “Key-hole” vent nib (fine, extra-flexible). User grade: high-point and edge brassing to the barrel and cap-top filigrees; some imprint wear (fully readable). Excellent+.
$350
156
1926 Pastel BF Set in Blue Moire (rare). GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$250
157
1926 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
158
1928 Duofold Sr. BF in Black. GFT. Very rare, Double-broad, Italic nib! Slightest imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$400
159
1932 Duofold Sr. BF Set in Sea Green Pearl (the final color introduced). GFT. Medium nib. Near mint.
$750
160
1932 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
161
1937 Royal Challenger Slender BF in Golden Herringbone. GFT, including the wonderful “Sword” clip. Medium/fine nib.
$275
162
1970 T-1 Ball Pen in Brushed Titanium. GFT. Made only for one year. Refill included. New-old-stock. Mint. Buy with pen above for $800.
$150
163
1970 T-1 cartridge/converter-fill in Brushed Titanium. GFT. The T-1 was only made for one year, as Parker found the material too expensive to use (it wore out their tooling too quickly). Broad nib (rare). New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included. Buy with Ball Pen below for $800.
$700
164
1972 61 cartridge/converter-fill in Black. GFT. Most of these come from the UK, but this rare example is from the USA. Besides the convenience of the converter, it comes with a very rare original double-broad, right-oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Near mint.
$150

A Page of Vintage Parker 51 Pens (Will Polish Caps on Request)

165
1941 51 Vacumatic-fill in Cedar Blue. Rare, first-year model with aluminum jewels (double-jeweled). 1/10 16K GF cap in alternating 9-pinstripes and plain panels. Fine nib. Bottom imprint almost completely worn off, otherwise near mint.
$600
166
1943 51 Vacumatic-fill Set in Black. 1/10 16K GF cap in alternating 4-pinstripes and plain panels. Double-jeweled. Fine nib. Near mint.
$400
167
1943 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
168
1945 51 Vacumatic-fill in Black. Sterling Silver fully Pinstriped cap (wonderful patina, but will polish on request). Medium nib. Near mint+.
$400
169
1945 51 Vacumatic-fill in Yellowstone (Mustard). GFT. Double-jeweled. 1/8 14K GF Parker “Custom” pinstriped cap with chevrons along the cap lip. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Near mint+
$650
170
1945 51 Vacumatic-fill in Dove Grey. GFT. Double jeweled. 1/10 16K GF Parker “Custom” pinstriped cap with chevrons along the cap lip. Fine nib. Near mint.
$350
171
1948 51 Vacumatic-fill Set in Plum (perhaps the rarest color). Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) caps. Fine nib. New-old-stock with a perfectly clear plyglass. Mint
$400
172
1948 Cap-activated pencil for above set.
Set
173
1948 51 Vacumatic-fill Set in Cordovan Brown. 1/8 14K GF fully Pinstriped caps. Double-broad, right oblique nib (shaped like left foot). New-old-stock. Mint.
$250
174
1948 Cap-activated pencil for above set.
Set
175
1950 51 Aerometric-fill with both a Sterling Silver cap & barrel. Alternating 4-wavy lines and plain panels. The modern cap & barrel made and signed by master Argentinean jeweler Sergio Kullock. All other pen parts are original vintage Parker. Pen is mint, unused, with a perfectly clear plyglass.
$500

A Page of Parker 75 & T-1 Prototypes

176
1964 Prototype 75 in Sterling Silver Pinstripe. GFT. Earliest gripping section with metal threads. “63″ (extra-fine) nib. Near mint+
$1000
177
1965 75 PROTOTYPE cartridge/converter-fill in what appears to be CROSSHATCH ANODIZED ALUMINUM. GFT. INTEGRATED NIB, as found in the Parker T-1 and Falcon. Other oddities are the friction fit cap (no inner clutch) and the rounded decorative band separating the cap and barrel. Mint. The nib has never been split; if it were, it would be broad. New-old-stock.
$700
178
1970 Prototype T-1 in Matte Blue/Black with smooth Blue nib. Metal inlays in cap-top and barrel-bottom. Extra-fine nib. Near mint+
$800
179
1970 Prototype T-1 in Charcoal anodized Croname. “T-16″ on threads. Red jewel inset into both the cap-top and barrel-bottom. This pen was “Product Engineering #PE5897.” Medium nib. Near mint+
$1200
180
1972 Prototype 75 in Leather Covered chrome-plate. Label “NP371″ on gripping section. Shop Order “12469″ on threads. “NP361″ on shop label (I believe “NP” means “Non Production”). Fine nib. Near mint+.
$1000
181
1973 Prototype 75 with Overlapping Rectangles to Resemble Niello. Shop Order “13814″ on threads. “63″ (extra-fine) nib.
$1400
182
1975 Prototype 75 with Rose Applique on Longitudinally Brushed Sterling Silver. Shop Order “14805″ engraved on threads. “66″ (medium) nib. GFT. Near mint+
$800
183
1975 Prototype 75 with Liberty Bell Applique on Longitudinally Brushed Sterling Silver. Shop Order “14119″ engraved on threads. GFT. “65″ (fine) nib. Near mint+
$800
184
1975 Prototype 75 with Scroll Applique on Longitudinally Brushed Sterling Silver. Shop Order “14093″ engraved on threads. GFT. “65″ (fine) nib. Near mint+
$800
185
1976 Prototype 75 in Light Golden Brown High Gloss INCO. INCO is a special dyeing method for stainless steel. This pen was “Non-Production #626.” No bottom tasse. GFT. “63″ extra-fine nib. Near mint+
$800

A Page of Vintage Sheaffer Pens

186
1933 Lifetime Balance LF in Red Laminated. GFT. Visualated section. Medium/fine nib. A few surface scratches and some lever brassing, otherwise near mint.
$175
187
1935 Junior LF Set in Red Veined Grey (beautiful!). GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+. The unique streamlined design, with the “cut-off” tops, was used only for the Junior. Near mint+
$125
188
1935 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
189
1937 / 2005 Ball Pen Conversion from Lifetime Balance thin in Silver Striped. Nozzle in Stainless Steel. Uses readily available Private Reserve “S412″ refill or equivalents. CPT. Near mint. Refill included.
$100
190
1946 Lifetime Triumph Balance Crest Plunger-fill in Black with GF “Pinstriped” cap. Visualated section. Large, wraparound nib (fine). Near mint.
$200
191
1946 Lifetime Triumph Balance Crest Plunger-fill in Black with GF “Pinstriped” cap. Visualated section. Large, wraparound nib (fine). Near mint.
$200
192
1976 Imperial Triumph Masterpiece Touchdown-fill in 14K solid gold. Medium/fine, inlaid nib. Some surface scratches and minor mars noticeable with a loop, and a few teeth marks in the turning knob, otherwise near mint.
$400
193
1950 Triumph Snorkel Signet, Touchdown-fill in Gold-filled. Alternating pinstriped and plain panels. Two-color wrap-around Triumph nib (medium). Near mint.
$250
194
1960 Imperial cartridge/converter-fill in Sterling Silver Diamond Crosshatch pattern. Medium nib. Near mint. Converter included.
$175
195
1979 Targa #1011 cartridge/converter-fill in 23K electroplate Square Cut pattern. Inlaid 14K nib (medium). Near mint+ in box with cap label, papers and cartridges. Converter included. Photo of pen with box.
$125
196
1980 Targa #1003 cartridge/converter-fill in Black Matte, including the cap top (later versions had a GP cap-top). GPT. Inlaid 14K nib (medium). New-old-stock. A little wear to the finish where the cap is posted onto the barrel, otherwise near mint in box with papers and cartridges. Converter included. Photo of pen with box.
$85

Three Pages of Sheaffer PFM (Pens for Men)

197
1959 PFM I Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Black. CPT. Fine, Palladium nib. Near mint+
$200
198
1959 PFM I Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Burgundy. CPT. Medium, ball Palladium nib (made for a left-hander, but fine for a right-hander as well). New-old-stock. Mint
$225
199
1959 PFM I Snorkel Touchdown-fill Set in Green. CPT. Broad, ball Palladium nib (made for a left-hander, but fine for a right-hander as well). New-old-stock. Mint
$300
200
1959 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
201
1959 PFM I Snorkel, Touchdown-fill in Grey (rarest color). NPT. Inlaid Palladium fine nib. Near mint+ with original chalk marks (decal).
$425
202
1959 PFM I snorkel-fill Set in Blue. Chrome-plated cap band and inlaid Palladium fine nib. New-old-stock. Near mint+ in original box (no papers). Pen with original chalk marks (decal). Photo of set with box.
$350
203
1959 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
204
1959 PFM III Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Blue. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Photo of pen with box.
$325
205
1959 PFM III Snorkel, Touchdown-fill in Blue. GFT. Inlaid 14K medium/fine nib. Near mint+.
$300
206
1959 PFM III Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Black. GFT. Needle-point nib. Near mint.
$250
207
1959 PFM III Snorkel, Touchdown-fill in Black. GFT. Inlaid 14K broad “Ball” nib (made for left-handers, but easily usable by right-handers as well). Near mint+.
$275
208
1959 PFM III Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Grey (rarest color). GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+.
$375
209
1959 PFM IV Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Black with polished chrome cap with GF band and clip. Medium, ball nib (designed for left handers, but anyone can use). Near mint+
$475
210
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Black with gold-filled cap. Medium nib. Near mint+.
$400
211
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Black with gold-filled cap. Broad, ball nib (made for a left-hander, but fine for a right-hander as well). Near mint+.
$425
212
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill Set in Black with gold-filled cap. Fine nib. Near mint+.
$475
213
1959 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
214
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Black with gold-filled cap. Medium/fine nib. User grade: one cap corner with tiny indent; a tad of bottom cap edge brassing.
$300
215
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Burgundy with gold-filled cap. Near mint+. Two available: (1) Medium nib; (1) Fine nib
$400
216
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Burgundy with gold-filled cap. Broad nib. Near mint+.
$400
217
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill Set in Burgundy with gold-filled cap. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. Photo of set with box.
$500
218
1959 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
219
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Blue with gold-filled cap. Stub, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$550
220
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Blue with gold-filled cap. New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: (1) Medium, Ball nib (made for a left-hander, but fine for a right-hander as well); (1) Fine nib.
$475
221
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill Set in Green with gold-filled cap. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$525
222
1959 Clip-activated ball pen for above set.
Set
223
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill Set in Green with gold-filled cap. Broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$525
224
1959 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
225
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Green with gold-filled cap. Medium nib. Near mint+
$425
226
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Grey (rarest color) with gold-filled cap. Broad, Ball nib (made for a left-hander, but fine for a right-hander as well). Near mint+
$575
227
1959 PFM V Snorkel Touchdown-fill in Grey (rarest color) with gold-filled cap. Medium nib. Near mint+
$550

A Page of Vintage Wahl Eversharp Pens

228
1920 #2 All Metal LF Set in 2-color yellow and white gold-filled “Coral” pattern, more commonly known in the pen collecting community as the “Brains” pattern. Indicia fancy engraved, “AP.” Fine, flexible nib. Extremely rare! Near mint.
$600
229
1920 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
230
1927 #2 LF “Signature” in Jade. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. May have been made for export as the very top of the clip is marked “Made in U.S.A.” Near mint.
$275
231
1930 #4 Equipoised LF Gold Seal Personal Point in Green & Bronze. GFT. This was Wahl’s beautiful answer to the design trend toward streamlined pens. Their “Personal Point” pens used screw in/out nib assemblies, so the user could select the nib they wanted for the pen (and the dealer didn’t have to stock actual pens in every nib size – as with the Waterman color-coded pens). Fine, flexible, italic nib. Near mint.
$450
232
1935 Slimline Light-Weight Stenographer’s Bulb-fill in Smoke Grey. NPT. Fine nib. A rare and unusual model with it’s square shape with rounded edges. Near mint.
$425
233
1935 Doric LF in Garnet Red Candystripe. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine, flexible nib (the nib is even signed “Flexible”). Near mint.
$275
234
1935 Doric plunger-fill Silver Seal in Silver Pearl Web. NPT. Visualated barrel. Fine, extra-flexible nib. This model has Wahl’s automatic shut-off valve, activated when the cap is screwed onto the barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$325
235
1935 Doric plunger-fill Gold Seal in Golden Pearl Web. GFT. #9 Adjustable nib (stiff to flexible). New-old-stock. Mint.
$400
236
1935 #5 Oxford Equipoised Shape in Bronze Pearl (beautiful Celluloid!). Unusual vertical (rather than the normal horizontal) barrel imprint. NPT. Visualated section. Signed Wahl Oxford nib (broad, italic). Near mint.
$125
237
1936 #3 Oxford Bulb-fill in Green Pearl Swirl. GFT. Highly visualated barrel. Signed Wahl Oxford nib (extra-fine). A touch of band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$110
238
1938 #2 Equipoised LF in Black. GFT. Shorted model, made for vest pockets and purses. Short “spoon” clip. Fine, manifold (stiff) nib. Near mint.
$100

Two Pages of Vintage Waterman Pens

239
1920 55 LF in Cardinal (rare size & color). GFT. Medium/fine, extra-flexible nib (my favorite nib!). Near mint.
$600
240
1925 56 LF in Red Ripple. GFT. Fine, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint. An outstanding example!
$700
241
1925 52 LF in Red Ripple. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$250
242
1927 7 “Blue Banded” LF in Red Ripple with “Blue” cap band and corresponding nib (“Blunt,” this one double-broad, italic). Waterman used a color coding system so buyers could select their style of nib by “color.” It was their answer to Wahl Eversharp’s Personal Point pen. Near mint+
$750
243
1927 7 “Yellow Banded” LF in Red Ripple with “Yellow” cap band and corresponding nib (medium “rounded, writes smooth in any direction, suits southpaws” and right-handed writers as well). Waterman used a color coding system so buyers could select their style of nib by “color.” It was their answer to Wahl Eversharp’s Personal Point pen.
$500
244
1927 7 “Pink Banded” LF in Red Ripple with “Pink” cap band and corresponding nib (Fine, triple-flexible). Waterman used a color coding system so buyers could select their style of nib by “color.” It was their answer to Wahl Eversharp’s Personal Point pen. Near mint+
$1200
245
1930 7 “Yellow Banded” LF in Red Ripple with “Yellow ” cap band and corresponding nib (medium “rounded, writes smooth in any direction, suits southpaws” and right-handed writers as well). Waterman used a color coding system so buyers could select their style of nib by “color.” It was their answer to Wahl Eversharp’s Personal Point pen. GFT. A very late version, with a narrower than usual clip, no cap band and a then new “shovel” lever rather than the “globe” lever. Made from leftover parts as Waterman was converting from hard rubber pens to Celluloid pens (with the introduction of the Patrician). A touch of clip ball brassing, otherwise near mint+.
$400
246
1927 7 Twist-activated pencil in Red Ripple. GFT. The matching pencil for any of the three #7 Red Ripple pens above. Near mint+. Buy with any of the #7 pens above @ $100.
$125
247
1928 56V LF in Woodgrain Hard Rubber (extremely rare!). GFT. While other manufacturers had switched to colorful celluloid, Waterman was making outstanding hard rubber pens such as this. Medium nib. Some imprint wear (fully readable), otherwise near mint.
$600
248
1928 94 LF Set in Olive Ripple. GFT. While other manufacturers had switched to colorful celluloid, Waterman was making outstanding hard rubber pens such as these. Medium/fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$600
249
1928 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
250
1930 94 LF Set in Moss Agate. GFT. Color coded “Purple” nib (extra-fine, manifold) – perfect for accounting and other fine writing. New-old-stock. Mint.
$350
251
1930 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
252
1931 92 LF Set in Green & Bronze. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$325
253
1931 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
254
1939 100 Year LF Set in Black. Rare, first year model with the over-the-top “soldier” clip. GFT. Extra-fine/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with guarantee. Photo of set with box.
$900
255
1939 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
256
1939 100 Year LF in Green. Rare, first year model with the over-the-top “soldier” clip. GFT. Extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$1000
257
1939 5116 LF in Silver Pearl with Purple Pinstriping. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine, semi-flexible nib. Near mint.
$250
258
1940 100 Year Standard LF Set in Red. Second-year model with ribbed caps and barrels, and three barrel bands, the middle one being wider. GFT. Broad, italic nib. Center bands engraved “M O.” New-old-stock. Near mint+
$900
259
1940 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
260
1941 100 Year Standard Set LF in Black. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+.
$400
261
1941 Twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

A Page of Wonderful Ring-top Pens

262
1942 Novum 12-sided Faccettata ring top LF in Red Pearl with Black Veins. Unique model, where the lever is located on the very bottom of the barrel. Medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$350
263
1942 Novum Faccettata 12-sided lever-fill ring-top in black. Designed to be used with a tasse or worn on a watch chain. It fills by lifting a small lever set into the very bottom of the barrel. GFT. Fine, triple-flexible nib! Near mint+.
$375
264
1920 25P Crescent-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+.
$150
265
1930 Endura Standard LF ring-top in Black & Bronze, set off beautifully with inlaid Yellow rings. GFT, including the cap-top. Wonderful, fine, italic, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125
266
1917 #16 size Jack Knife Safety BF ring-top in Gold-filled on BHR. Rare, “Smooth” pattern. Inner cap with raised repousse floral design. Near mint+. Two available: (1) Fine, flexible nib (cap engraved “P.E.F.); (1) Medium nib.
$300
267
1919 #2 Jack Knife Safety BF All Metal ring-top in gold-filled. Alternating Pinstripe, Plain and Wave Chased panels. Near mint. Two available: (1) Medium/fine, extra-flexible nib; (1) Medium, flexible nib (CMM” engraved in barrel indicia)
$300
268
1925 Lady Duofold BF ring-top in Cardinal. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125
269
1922 #2 LF Ring-top in gold-filled “Fully Pinstriped” pattern. Near mint+. Two available: (1) Extra-fine, extra-flexible nib; (1) Fine nib.
$100
270
1922 #2 LV ring-top in gold-filled “Pinstripe & Chevron” panels. Fine, semi-flexible nib, Near mint.
$95
271
1915 452 ½V ring-top in Sterling Silver “Basket-Weave” pattern on Black Hard Rubber. Fine, triple-flexible nib. Some wear at the bottom knurling, otherwise near mint.
$300
272
1920 52V LF ring-top in Hand Painted Cardinal Hard Rubber (extremely rare!). Art-Deco Geometric Arches. The first hand-painted Waterman I have had to offer in 60 Catalogs! Medium/fine, extra-flexible nib. A tad of yellow paint missing from the cap, otherwise near mint.
$475
273
1925 52 ½V LF ring-top in Cardinal Hard Rubber. GFT. Near mint+. Two available: (1) Fine, flexible nib; (1) Fine, semi-flexible nib.
$125