Catalog 92 (April 2020)


Welcome to Catalog #92

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Extraordinary Vintage Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 1
1
1932 Conklin Nozac Oversize 7M Word Gauge 12-sided Faceted PIF in Red & Silver Herringbone. 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. Extra-smooth, medium/broad nib. Generally found with damage to the cap lip, this one is perfect! Near mint+.
$1400
2
1922 Montblanc 00 Safety eyedropper-fill in Black Hard Rubber with a Blue Enamel on Sterling Silver Overlay. Extremely rare! Extra-fine nib. One tiniest spot of lost enamel, otherwise near mint.
$2500
3
1930 Montblanc L-35 Meisterstuck Push-knob fill in Black & Pearl. Black Hard Rubber cap with “Luxury” high inner-cap. Designated for export from Germany to France, as shown by its 18K nib (fine). Barrel engraved, “Poul Nelson.” Near mint+
$3500
4
1930 Montblanc 25 Meisterstuck Push-knob in “Green Gold Marbled” (Black & Green). An excruciatingly rare color (see page 96 of Collectible Stars). Matching cap with “Luxury” high BHR inner-cap. GFT. Extra-fine nib. Barrel with some ambering, otherwise near mint.
$3500
5
1932 Montblanc B-III BF in Jade. Very rare model and color! Bandless model with GF clip. Correct “Warranted b 14 KAR” nib (stub, italic). Cap with both “III MONT///\\\BLANC III” imprint and the “STOFFHAUS Hamburg Berlin Leipzig” imprint, the original Montblanc boutique. Several cap & barrel surface scratches; barrel a shade darker than the cap, and a thin band of darkening around the center of the cap,  otherwise near mint.
$1900
6
1935 Montblanc 222 push knob-fill in Azurite Blue (extremely rare, especially with such beautiful color with its bright white speckling). GFT. Medium/fine, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Cap imprinted both “MONT//\\BLANC” and “Stoffhaus,” the Montblanc boutique in the 1930s where the pen was first sold. Near mint+
$2000
7
1937 Montblanc 333 ½ PL PIF in Platinum. Thought to be Montblanc’s most beautiful celluloid. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. Near mint.
$2250
8
1940 Omas Itala Cromograph oversize double-nibbed cam-operated pump-fill in Grey Striated. Perhaps the rarest of and the holy grail for collectors of vintage Omas pens. “Itala Cromograf” was trademarked in 1936 by Girodi & Campanelli and registered in France in 1938 with their patent granted in 1939. In 1941 Omas registered in Geneva a company called “Societa Anonima Vendita Penna Bicolor Itala Cromograph,” which translates to “Sale of two-tone Itala Cromograph Incorporated Company.” While “Omas” does not appear on the pen itself, it’s known that Omas registered this new company for the sale and/or distribution of the Itala Cromograph they were now producing. Barrel imprint, “Itala-cromo-graph.” Both nibs (fine) imprinted “Itala 585 Cromograph.” Made in black as well as various colors, it has a very complex mechanism consisting of a gear and series of springs. Pulling the blind cap down first propels one nib, pulling it again automatically retracts that nib and propels the other. Two ink reservoirs. To fill, first extend the blind cap. You’ll see two small fins. Slide one tab to the left and then press the blind cap to operate the button-fill mechanism. When finished, slide the fin back in place. Do the same with the second fin to fill the other reservoir. New-old-stock. Mint. Hyperlink to patent (in French, but the drawings show the extreme complexity of the inner mechanism): https://www.fountainpen.it/File:Patent-FR-840819.pdf. [Thanks to Jacopini, La Storia della Stilografica in Italy, Vol. II and FountainPen.it for much of the information here.]
$9,000
9
1932 Zerollo/Dunhill “Two Pen” Matchstick-fill in Black Chased Spiral Hard Rubber. Clip imprinted ‘D.D. Zerollo” Nibs each signed “John Dunhill” who had the marketing license from Zerollo for the English speaking market. There was also a marketing agreement in France with the “Unic” Company. This pen was produced in two sizes, which are equally rare, this is the larger of the two. GFT. The cap top unscrews to reveal the matchstick filler. There are two separate reservoirs, one for each of the nibs. Turn the bottom knob to propel one nib, turn in the other direction to propel the other. Medium nibs. Extremely rare! Some wear to the clip, otherwise near mint++. Hyperlink to patent: https://www.fountainpen.it/File:Patent-US-1893130.pdf
$4000
Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 2
10
1900 Moore No. 2 Safety eyedropper-fill pen in Gold-filled repousse ”Chased” pattern. Even the “sliding” portion of the barrel is metal covered. Early “short” cap model. Correct “American Fountain Pen” nib. Rare and beautiful! 1896 patent date. Indicia engraved “Charles R. Hotaling Albany NY.” Charles was the Sergeant-at-Arms of the New York State Senate Assembly in Albany, NY. I found records of his work there as early as 1905 and as late as his 1931 re-appointment. In 1911 he was involved in a US Senate investigation of corrupt Albany politics. Fine, extra-flexible nib. One small dent in the crown, and just a tad of distress to the posting knob on the bottom, otherwise near mint.
$2500
11
1910 Parker 46 Taper-cap eyedropper-fill with heavy repousse “snail” pattern gold-filled cap and alternating smooth pearl and abalone overlay barrel. At the turn of the last Century it was common practice for major pen manufacturers to adorn their pens with metal and pearl. Most all pens were black hard rubber, and this was a wonderful way to add beauty, value and profit to their pens. One of the most beautiful and sought after is the Parker 46. Most manufacturers covered only the barrel, leaving the taper cap unadorned because it was so hard to manufacture the cone shaped cap overlay. The 46 comes in various configurations, including alternating pearl and abalone, smooth slabs, fluted slabs and corrugated slabs. A wonderful and pristine pen which will make an outstanding addition to your collection! Parker Lucky Curve “Scroll” #2 broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$5000
12
1905 Parker 30 eyedropper-fill in Gold-filled in repousse “Scroll and Diamond“ pattern. “Parker #3, fine, extra-flexible nib with “keyhole” vent. Near mint” with no signs of use or ink.
$1600
13
1910 Parker 15 Eyedropper-fill in BHR with Pearl barrel and Gold-filled Filigree Cap. Incredibly rare and beautiful! Made at a time when all pens were black and manufacturers adorned their pens with overlays of pearl and/or precious metal to provide customers with greater choice and status symbols. Rarer model with the “Turban-top” cap-top. Cap indicia smartly engraved in Olde English script, “H.T.T.” Near mint+ with no dents or brassing and the correct early #3 nib with “Keyhole” vent hole.
$3000
14
1922 Parker Duofold Sr. “Big Red” BF in Cardinal Hard Rubber. Early bandless model, with the large size “DUOFOLD” imprint (it became a bit smaller in 1923) . GFT. Has a fine nib, which is imprinted “PARKER DUOFOLD PEN,” generally thought of as from 1923 rather than 1922, but very likely available and used in later 1922 as well (design changes were generally not made exactly on January 1 of a new year, but when the old parts ran out). Correct blind-cap with an imprinted “6″ on the bottom. Barrel a shade darker where covered by the cap when closed, otherwise near mint+. The barrel imprint has been highlighted in white.
$1500
15
1931 Pelikan T111 Toledo PIF in 24K gold-plated sleeve with etched pelicans surrounded by fine tooling. Black cap with etched clip and knurled cap bands. Medium/broad nib. Very minor loss of barrel gilding can be seen only under examination with a loop. The GF clip and cap bands show minor brassing. One of the “holy grails” of Pelikan collecting.
$5500
16
1907 Waterman Model 25 Taper Cap ED in Red Mottled Hard Rubber. Extremely rare! Pre-Globe 2-line imprint with 1884 patent dates. 1907 nib. Crisp imprint. The first 25 RMHR Taper Cap I have ever seen! Fine nib. Near mint.
$1750
17
1930 Waterman 494 LF in sterling silver “Bayleaf” overlay. One of Waterman’s most beautiful and rarest patterns. Medium/fine nib. Some surface scratches noticeable with a loop and the tiniest ding in the indicia, otherwise near mint. Will polish on request.
$2000
18
1930 Waterman Patrician set in Onyx (Red Cream). GFT. Almost impossible to find in near mint color, such as this one. No ambering or discoloration at all! The top half of the cap shows a shade darker because you are seeing the BHR inner cap through the celluloid. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$4000
19
1930 Waterman twist-activated Pencil for above set.
Set

Featured - Vintage Montblanc Pens

A Scandinavia Montblanc Pen Trove

In the early 1990’s a Scandinavian book store went out of business. Earlier in their lifetime they were an authorized Montblanc dealer and still had a quantity of store stock in their basement. A local collector bought everything in sight and kept it for the last 25 years or so. We are pleased to offer these pens here for you. All are new-old-stock, although not all are without shop wear, a description of which is always included. Half the collection follows, with the other half to be included in Catalog #93. We hope you enjoy the collection.

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 3
20
1950 Montblanc 222 Twist-activated Pencil in Grey (rare model and color). GFT. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125
21
1955 Montblanc 74-75 PIF set in Grey with GF cap (alternating pinstriped & plain panels). Rare color! Visualated barrel. Fine nib. Both pens have never been used, but there are some minor surface scratches on the caps from being around for 65 years. Otherwise mint with original barrel label.
$450
22
1955 Montblanc 75 Pix Pencil in Grey with GF cap, for above set.
Set
23
1955 Montblanc 35 Pix Pencil in Burgundy (rare). GPT. New-old-stock. Mint. [Two available]
$150
24
1955 Montblanc 38 – 35 Ballpen/Pencil set in Grey (rare). Propel-repel activation lever is in the center of the clip. GFT. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included, and readily available.
$350
25
1955 Montblanc 35 Pix button-activated repeater Pencil in Grey (rare) for above set.
Set
26
1956 Montblanc 78 Ballpen Grey (rare model and color). Propel/repel mechanism is in the center of the clip. Refill included and readily available. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225
27
1957 215 Ball Pen – Pencil Set in Burgundy (rare color). Propel-repel activation lever is in the center of the Ballpen clip. Cap-activated repeater pencil. GFT. Near mint. Refill included, and readily available. New-old-stock. Mint. [Only the Ballpen is shown in the photos]
$400
28
1960 Montblanc 72 Meisterstuck PIF in Black with Gold-filled pinstriped cap. Visualated barrel window. Medium nib. Mint. New-old-stock.
$250
29
1957 Montblanc 615 Ballpen in Black with Rolled-gold cap in Pinstripe Panels pattern. Propel/repel mechanism is in the center of the clip. Refill included and readily available. The pen has never been used, but there are some minor surface scratches on the caps just from being around for 65 years. Otherwise mint. Refill included and readily available.
$275
30
1960 Montblanc 8 Ballpen in Black. Button-activated. GFT. Rare, early ballpen. Refill included and readily available. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225

Two Additional Pages of Vintage Montblancs

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 4
31
1929 Montblanc 4-color Octagonal Pencil in Silver-plate Barley pattern. The knurled mushroomed top of the pencil turns to line up the arrow (at the top of the clip) with the color of the lead desired. Then a barrel “slide” propels and repels the lead. Some minor surface scratches and a minor flat spot on the knurled knob, otherwise near mint. Very, very rare!
$450
32
1936 Montblanc 234 ½ PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium/broad alloy nib. Many collectors believe that Montblancs gold/iridium/palladium nib alloy writes better than their gold nibs! Near mint.
$400
33
1946 Montblanc 136 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. Rare, transitional model, with three cap bands and “Meisterstuck” on the inner cap. Long, visualated barrel window with perfect pinstriping. GFT. Two-tone medium nib. Just a touch of wear to the cap bands, otherwise near mint+.
$1100
34
1946 Montblanc 244 PIF in Green Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib.
$450
35
1946 Montblanc 224 BF set in Black. GFT. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+ in correct period “Alligator” zipper case. Close-up photo of set in zipper case.
$450
36
1946 Montblanc 272K Pix button-activated repeater Pencil for above set.
Set
37
1948 Montblanc 144 Masterpiece PIF in Black Celluloid (prior to the switch to injection models “precious resin). GFT. Short visualated window, with perfect vertical lines. 2-tone fine nib. Near mint.
$700
38
1950 Montblanc 142 Masterpiece PIF in Silver Stripe (much rarer than the green stripe). GFT. Visualated barrel. Two-tone, fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint, with not a sign of ambering anywhere!
$1250
39
1950 Montblanc 146 Masterpiece PIF in Silver Stripe (much rarer than the green stripe). GFT. Visualated barrel. Two-tone, medium nib. Just a little ambering on the upper portion of the cap, otherwise near mint.  Gripping section a slightly lighter shade of Silver Stripe.
$1750
40
1950 242 BF in Grey Striated. Extremely attractive Celluloid! GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$1000
41
1935 Montblanc 272 Pix repeater Pencil in Grey Striated. GFT. Near mint.
$325
Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 5
42
1950 Montblanc 644 Masterpiece PIF in Black. Silvexa (brushed stainless steel) cap. Medium, italic nib. Visualated barrel.  Near mint.
$900
43
1950 Montblanc 440 PIF in Silver Pearl with Black Pinstriping. Very rare! Uses identical celluloid as did the German Wiese family who was commissioned by Montblanc after WWI to make pens for them in Spain. The Wiese models would be “44″ instead of “440″ and would have a “Fabricado en Espana por E. Wiese” (Manufactured in Spain by E. Wiese) imprint. One of the rarest of the Germany used plastics. GPT, including the cap band which is twice signed “Montblanc.” Medium nib. Visualated barrel. Some plating wear, otherwise near mint.
$900
44
1950 Montblanc 342G PIF in Dark Blue (very rare). GFT. Fine, semi-flexible nib. Near mint.
$300
45
1952 Montblanc 442 PIF in Black with Brushed Stainless Steel cap. GFT. Broad nib. Visualated barrel. Near mint.
$500
46
1955 Montblanc 144 PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Visualated barrel. Broad, semi-flexible nib. Some minor barrel ambering, otherwise near mint.
$1200
47
1955 Montblanc 12 PIF in Burgundy (rare color). GPT. Visualated barrel. Medium “hooded” nib. Near mint+
$250
48
1955 Montblanc 24 PIF in Black. GPT. Visualated barrel. Medium/fine “hooded” nib. Near mint+
$250
49
1961 Montblanc 32 PIF in Black. GPT. Visualated barrel. Extra-fine “semi-hooded” nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original barrel nib size label.
$175
50
1971 Montblanc Caressa 422 C/C in Lavender. Silvexa (brushed stainless steel) cap with Black painted geometric design on the clip. Black gripping section. Visualated barrel. Alloy “semi-hooded” nib (fine). New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$150
51
1971 Montblanc Caressa 422 C/C in Lime Green. Silvexa (brushed stainless steel) cap with Black painted geometric design on the clip. Black gripping section. Visualated barrel. Alloy “semi-hooded” nib (fine). New-old-stock with original barrel label. Mint. Converter included.
$150
52
1972 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. GPT. Visualated barrel. Two-tone 14C nib (medium/fine). Ebonite feed. New-old-stock. Mint.
$650

Limited & Special Edition Pens - Mint in the Box

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 6
53
2016 Delta Tutankhamun LE #18/188 C/C in Varying shades of brown. 24K GPT. Crosshatch clip. Cap-top inlaid with a medal depicting Egyptian currency. Two-Tone Fusion 18K stub nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers, converter and outer sleeve. Close-up of pen in box.
$400
54
1992 Montblanc Hemingway Ballpen in Cardinal with Black Cap. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint in box with International Service Certificate and outer box . Refill included. Outer box a little threadbare. [Two available]. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$750
55
1993 Omas Galileo #1945/4692 Paragon PIF in Black & Pearl. Designed to tribute to one of the most important figures of the 16th and 17th centuries; a mathematician, theoretician, telescope-maker and astronomer. GP trim with a rhodium plated center Greek Key designed band. Two-tone 18K, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with all original packaging, including the unique, circular transparent hinged case. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$800
56
1998 Omas Israel 50th Anniversary Jubilee PIF LE #0983/1100 in Sterling Silver with 7 “flame” cutouts, on a blue barrel. Two-tone 18K, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers and sleeve. No outer box. Close up of pen with packaging.
$1200
57
2013 Omas Paragon Old Style Faceted PIF LE #01/50 in Cigar Brown (Briarwood). GPT. 18K Rose Gold “Flessible” nib (medium). . New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers, ink, outer box, sleeve. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$900
58
2005 Pelikan M620 PIF Place de la Concorde Special Edition in Blue & Grey horizontal bands. GPT. Two-tone 18K, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers (no outer box). Close-up of pen with packaging.
$450
59
2007 Pelikan M640 PIF Sahara Special Edition with etching of “waves of sand” on metal shaft in gilded guilloche on Ivory/Sand cap & barrel. GPT. Two-tone 18C, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers (no outer box). Close-up of pen with packaging. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$550
60
2010 Pelikan M640 PIF Polar Lights Special Edition in metal with multi-color varnish, depicting the northern polar lights. GPT. 18K medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers (no outer box). Close-up of pen with packaging.
$450
61
2013 Pelikan M101N PIF in Lizard. GPT. Pelikan’s special edition commemorating the vintage 101N in similar color. Very beautiful, and Pelikan is long sold out! Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with labels. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$400

And Two More Limited Edition Pens, without Boxes

62
1994 Aurora 75th Anniversary PIF LE #1133/1919 in GP guilloche alternating engine-turned and plain panels. A wide sterling silver filigree band on both the cap & barrel. 18K extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$500
63
2000 Stipula Novecento Saturno LE #005/100 Crescent-fill in Olive Green Woodgrain Ebonite. Sterling silver trim. 2-tone, 18K medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$450

Two Pages of Vintage Parker 75 Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 7
64
1964 Parker First Year 75 C/C “Cisele” in Sterling Silver & Black Enamel Crosshatch (square grid of vertical and horizontal engraved lines, equally spaced to form 3,330 tiny squares, filled with black enamel for emphasis). Design Patent granted in 1966. GFT. From Parker 75.com, “Early production used sections with metal threads. This can be readily seen even when the section was fitted onto the barrel because the metal threads left an exposed telltale band in contact with the barrel. By the end of 1965 Parker stopped producing the fountain pens with this metal-threaded section, replacing them with an all-plastic model. As a result, this early variant is especially prized among collectors.”“66″ (medium) nib. Near mint+. Converter included. [Two available – one sold]
$350
65
1966 Parker 75 C/C in Gold-filled “Insignia” pattern (cross-hatch square grid made of vertical and horizontal lightly engraved lines, equally spaced to form square patterns). Flat ends. Medium nib. Near mint. Converter included.
$125
66
1966 Parker 75 “Vermeil & Black Enamel” (gold-fill on sterling silver) Crosshatch C/C set. Cross-hatch square grid made of vertical and horizontal engraved lines, equally spaced to form square patterns and filled with black enamel. “66″ nib (medium). New-old-stock. Mint in original blue velvet box with outer box. Converter included. Close-up of set with packaging.
$500
67
1966 Parker 75 “Vermeil & Black Enamel” (gold-fill on sterling silver) Crosshatch cap-activated Ballpen for above set. Refill included.
Set
68
1966 Parker 75 Parker “Cisele” C/C in Sterling Silver & Black Enamel Crosshatch (square grid of vertical and horizontal engraved lines, equally spaced to form 3,330 tiny squares, filled with black enamel for emphasis). Design Patent granted in 1966. GFT. Near mint. Converter included. Two available: (1) Medium nib; (1) Fine nib. [Buy with matching pencil below @ $ 275.]
$200
69
1966 Parker 75 Parker 75 Parker “Cisele” Pencil in Sterling Silver & Black Enamel Crosshatch. Twist-activated. Near mint. [Buy with matching fountain pen above @ $275.]
$100
70
1970 Parker 75 “Tiffany Ambassador” C/C 3-piece FTN-BPN-PCN in Sterling Silver & enamel pinstriped (parallel grooves filled with black enamel). Very rare pattern, even rarer with the “Tiffany” imprint on each cap band! Polished chrome clips and tasses. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in blue velvet lined box with outer box. Converter included. Will polish on request. Close-up of set with packaging.
$1500
71
1970 Parker75 “Ambassador ” cap-activated Ballpen for above set. Refill included.
Set
72
1970 Parker75 “Ambassador” twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
73
1974 Parker 75 “Keepsake” C/C in smooth Sterling Silver. Cap band with Nieman Marcus script logo. Parker’s marketing concept for the Keepsake was for the purchaser to have the cap and barrel engraved with dates of birthdays, anniversaries, etc, to help remember these important occasions. It failed in the marketplace and was discontinued a year later, making them very rare today, especially the versions made for high end stores such as Cartier, Tiffany and Nieman Marcus. CPT. Medium nib. Near mint in red velvet lined box with outer box. Will polish on request. Converter included. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$900
Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 8
74
1974 Parker 75 “Cisele” C/C Crosshatch FTN-BPN set n Sterling Silver (no black enamel). From Parker75.com, “Later versions of this pen did not have any material filling the lines. Instead, the natural oxidation of the silver would darken and enhance the grid’s appearance.” Fine nib. Near mint+ in original box. Converter included. Close-up of set with packaging.
$350
75
1974 Parker 75 “Cisele” Crosshatch in Sterling Silver (no black enamel) cap activated ball pen for above set. Refill included.
Set
76
1974 Parker 75 Place Vendome “Grain d”Orge” C/C in Barleycorn Silverplate (over brass). Fine nib. CPT. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$125
77
1979 Parker 75 Place Vendome “Millerais” Pencil in Silver-plate on brass. Twist-activated. CPT.
$75
78
1983 Parker 75 Place Vendome “Millerais” C/C FTN-BPN set in Gold-plate on brass (a pattern of closely-spaced, parallel lines). GPT. “96″ (fine, left oblique) nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers. Converter included. Close-up of set with packaging.
$225
79
1983 Parker 75 Place Vendome “Millerais” Ballpen for above set. Refill included.
Set
80
1985 Parker 75 Place Vendome “Perle” C/C in gold-plate over brass (a pattern of closely-spaced, parallel lines with regularly-spaced circular indentations often referred to as ‘teardrops’). Fine nib. Near mint+
$175
81
1989 Parker 75 Place Vendome “Grain d”Orge” Ballpen in Barleycorn Silverplate (over brass). Cap-activated. GPT (later versions of this model had GPT). New-old-stock. Mint.
$100
82
1992 Parker 75 Place Vendome “Grain d’Orge” C/C in Barleycorn Gold-plate on brass. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175
83
1992 Parker 75 “Custom” C/C in Burgundy Laque (over brass) with Gold-plate “Fluted” cap. Red cabochon in the cap-top. This series was only produced in four colors: red, blue, green, and black.18K, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$250
84
1992 Parker 75 “Custom” C/C in Green Laque (over brass) with Gold-plate “Fluted” cap. Red cabochon in the cap-top. This series was only produced in four colors: red, blue, green, and black.18K, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$250
85
1992 Parker 75 “Custom” C/C in Blue Laque (over brass) with Gold-plate “Fluted” cap. Red cabochon in the cap-top. This series was only produced in four colors: red, blue, green, and black.18K, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$350

Modern Fountain Pens & Sets - Mint in the Box

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 9
86
2010 Aurora Talentum C/C in Red Resin with chrome trim. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers. Converter included. [Buy with matching ballpen below (item #144) @ $300.] Close-up of pen with packaging.
$225
87
2005 Daniel Hechter FTN – BPN C/C set in Black. Gold-plate, fine nib. Daniel Hector is a famous French designer. New-old-stock. Mint in box. Converter included. Close-up of set with packaging.
$60
88
2005 Daniel Hechter Ballpen in Black. Closes with a cap, similar to a rollerball. Refill included.
Set
89
1970 Kaweco Sport V16 N FPN-BPN Set in Black. Round barrel with visualated window. Faceted cap. GPT. Semi-hooded broad nib. Near mint+ in original leather pouch (the pouch is a little threadbare). Close-up of set with packaging.
$150
90
1970 Kaweco button-activated Ballpen for above set. Refill included.
Set
91
2000 Lamy CP1 C/C FTN-BPN-PCN Set in Matte Black. Extra-fine alloy nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with outer sleeve. Refill and converter included. Close-up of set with packaging.
$125
92
2000 Lamy CP1 button-activated Ballpen for above set.
Set
93
2000 Lamy CP1 button-activated repeater pencil for above set.
Set
94
2008 Kaweco Dia C/C Ftn-BPN set in Black. CPT. Stainless steel nib (medium). New-old-stock. Mint in box with original sales receipt. Close-up of set with packaging.
$100
95
2008 Kaweco Dia twist-activated Ballpen for above set.
Set
96
2009 Lamy 2000 PIF in Black, fibreglass reinforced Makrolon. Visualated barrel. Stainless Steel clip. Platinum-plated fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$150
Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 10
97
1989 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. GPT. Visualated barrel. Two-tone fine nib. Ebonite feed. “W. Germany” on back of clip. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with papers and warrantee card. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$500
98
2000 Montblanc 162 Classique Meisterstuck Rollerball in Black. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint in box. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$150
99
2012 Omas 360 Oversize PIF in Burgundy. Triangular shaped. GPT, including matching bands on the cap and gripping section. Two-toned 18K fine nib. Near mint+ in box with papers and outer box. Inside of box with a little soil. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$325
100
1991 Parker Duofold International “Justice” cartridge/converter-fill in Black. Cap top has an inserted disc with an engraved “Scales of Justice.” GPT. Two-tone, 18K medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in original wooden box with papers and outer box. Not too early to think of a gift for your attorney friend, child, wife or husband. Very rare! Close-up of pen with packaging.
$250
101
2005 Parker 100 GT C/C 49757 in Opel Silver ST (rare color) with Black cap and palladium-plate trim. Hooded, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers and outer box. Made only 2005 – 2007 and getting very hard to find. Converter included. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$200
102
2019 Pelikan M1005 PIF in Anthracite Stresemann. Visualated barrel. Rhodium-plated trim. 18K white nib (extra fine). New-old-stock. Mint in original box with clip label, papers, leather pouch and outer box. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$550
103
2005 Pelikan M600 PIF in Red Striped Souveran PIF. Visualated barrel. Two-tone 14C medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with clip label, papers, leather pouch and outer box. Discontinued color. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$250
104
2000 Platinum Maestro 3776 C/C in Burgundy. GPT. Gold plate, broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with original barrel label, cartridges and papers. Converter included. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$60
105
1958 Waterman “CF” (cartridge-fill) FTN-PCN-Thermometer Doctor’s Set in White with Brushed Stainless Steel caps. GFT. Caduceus logo on all three clips; the thermometer emblem in Red & Gold, the others in Black & Gold. Alloy nib (fine). New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers and cartridges (evaporated). Converter included. Close-up of set with packaging.
$395
106
1958 Waterman CF Thermometer Holder for above set.
Set
107
1958 Waterman CF Pencil for above set.
Set
108
1996 Waterman LeMan 200 in smooth Black. GPT. Two-tone 18K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box (no papers). Converter included. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$175
Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 11
109
2000 Dunhill Gemline C/C in Black Lacquer. Slim, straight-sided pen with a GP bottom button. 14K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150
110
2004 S.T. Dupont Laque De Chine C/C in Black. GPT. Inlaid lacquer also in the clip. 18K broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$300
111
2004 S.T. Dupont Fidelio Collection #28630290 in Dark Blue Laque with Fluted Sterling Silver cap. Top of clip with inlaid black enamel square. Broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Will polish on request.
$225
112
1985 Lamy Persona C/C in Fluted Palladium-plate Titanium. Cap is smooth Platinum-plated Titanium. Matching ribbed gripping section. Disappearing clip. 18K wrap-around nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Until it was discontinued in 2004, this was Lamy’s flagship luxury pen. Converter included
$325
113
1961 Kaweco Model 37 PIF in Black. GPT. Visualated barrel. Fine, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original barrel label.
$150
114
1961 Kaweco Model 36 PIF in Black. GPT. Visualated barrel. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original barrel label. [Two available]
$135
115
1975 Montblanc 146 PIF in Black. GFT. Blue/grey visualated barrel. 18C medium oblique nib (shaped like left foot). Ebonite hard rubber feed (not the later injection molded plastic nib). Near mint+.
$450
116
1990 Montblanc 147R LeGrande “Traveler” cartridge-fill in Burgundy. GPT. Two-tone, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Cartridges included. I can convert this for use with a converter, but then the pen cannot be returned.
$450
117
1990 Montblanc 147 LeGrande “Traveler” cartridge-fill in Black. GPT. Two-tone, medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Cartridges included. I can convert this for use with a converter, but then the pen cannot be returned.
$300
118
2015 Montblanc 144 Solitaire Doue Signum C/C in Black Chased Precious Resin with Polished Platinum plated cap and barrel bottom. 2-tone 18Kfine nib. Converter included. Cap and barrel bottom with a few scuffs noticeable with a loop, otherwise near mint. Converter included.
$225
119
2014 Montblanc Generations Rollerball in Dark Blue. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$150

Modern Fountain Pens - No Box

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 12
120
2014 Montblanc Classic C/C FTN-BPN set in Black. GPT. Medium “semi-hooded” nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$175
121
2014 Montblanc Classic twist-activated Ballpen for above set. Refill included.
Set
122
2014 Montblanc Generations C/C in Black. GPT. Medium/fine “semi-hooded” nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included. Two available: (1) Medium/fine ; (1) Medium.
$125
123
1998 Parker Sonnet C/C in Blue Marble Laque.. GPT. 18K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$200
124
2007 Parker Sonnet C/C in Black Laque. GPT. 18K medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$200
125
2009 Parker Sonnet Cascade C/C in Gold-plate on brass in alternating wave-chased and plain panels. 18K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$150
126
2000 Pelikan M200 PIF in Green Transparent. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint with original clip label. Gold-plated medium nib. [Two available]
$135
127
1997 Pelikan K350 Souveran Ballpen in Black with Pinstriped Vermeil cap. (gold-fill on sterling silver). New-old-stock. Mint.
$125
128
1975 Pilot Justice C/C in Fluted Black. GPT. Fine nib. The hardness of the nib is adjustable from “hard” to “soft” by turning the front part of the gripping section. Long discontinued model. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$400
129
2005 3776 Music Nib C/C in Black Lacquer. GPT. Double-broad, 14K 3-tine MUSIC NIB. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$250
Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 13
130
1985 Sailor Trident 360 Degree C/C in Brushed Stainless Steel. Slip pen. Polished clip. Cap-top with round, black insert. The pen sports three nibs and six slits which all come together to form the writing point. The intent was to convert ballpen users to fountain pen users. Medium, extra firm nib(s). Near mint+. [Two available – $160 for both]. Converter included.
$90
131
1992 Sailor 1911 Standard C/C in Black. GPT. 14K “MS” (Music) double-broad nib (not 3-tined). New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$175
132
2000 Sailor 1911 Standard C/C in Silver metal — perhaps silver-plate (the cap is not marked “Sterling Silver”). Evenly tarnished. GPT. 14K “HF” (Hard, Fine) nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Can anyone identify this model for us?  I can’t find any information on the Internet about it (or even a photo).
$250
133
2000 Sailor 1911 Standard C/C in Black. GFT. 14K “Zoom” nib. A Zoom nib has a bulbous tip. It produces a thick stroke when held at a low angle, and thinner stroke at higher angle. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$200
134
1990 Sailor 1911 Standard Junior Demonstrator C/C in Clear Acrylic. Rare model, made only for the Japan market and never exported elsewhere.  CPT. Medium/fine “TIGP” nib.  TIGP stands for Titanium Iron Gold Plating. “Iron Plating” is a plating method widely applied in wrist industry to plate watch band, casing, etc because it is very strong against wear. Titanium is ionized in a closed gas chamber and ionized titanium particles are shot onto the plating surface, making the “bond” of plating much more stronger. Sailor was the first to apply this plating method in the pen industry and they decided to stamp “TIGP ” for marketing purposes.   New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included. [Thank you, Anna, for the information on TIGP.]
$175
135
2010 Sailor Young Somiko 1911 C/C in Burgundy. GPT. “TIGP” (Titanium Gold Plate) nib (broad). New-old-stock. Mint . Converter included.
$50
136
2005 Stipula Alinari C/C in Arctic Ice (White Pearl) with Matte Black cap. CPT. “Club Stipula Iridium” medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$95
137
2011 Stipula Etruria C/C in Black. Sterling Silver trim with a wide, repousse cap band. 14K White-gold factory 1.1 mm nib. Near mint.
$425
138
1999 Visconti Tuxedo Voyager Special Edition C/C in Black. Made by Visconti for the retail store, Levinger. Two CP bands; surrounding an Ivory Pearl band, with matching band on gripping section. Two-tone 14K medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$300
139
2002 Visconti Van Gogh Midi C/C in Black. Wide Rhodium-plate band, trim and gripping section. Rhodium-plate, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$100

Two Modern Pens plus Modern Pencils and Ball Pens - Mint in the Box

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 14
140
1966 Aurora Ipsilon B11 C/C in Red. GPT. Gold-plate extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with outer sleeve. Converter included. Buy with matching ballpen below @ $125. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$100
141
1966 Aurora Ipsilon D31 Ballpen in Red. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint in box with outer sleeve. Refill included. Buy with matching fountain pen above @ $125. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$50
142
1966 Aurora Ipsilon B11 C/C in Black. GPT. Gold-plate fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with outer sleeve. Converter included. Buy with matching ballpen below @ $120. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$100
143
1966 Aurora Ipsilon D31 Ballpen in Black. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint in box with outer sleeve. Refill included. Buy with matching fountain pen above @ $120. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$45
144
2010 Aurora Talentum Ballpen in Red Resin with chrome trim. New-old-stock. Mint in box with outer sleeve. Refill included. [Buy with matching fountain pen above item (#86) @ $200]. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$110
145
2000 Delta Dolcevita 3.2mm Stout button-activated Sketch Pencil in Orange Pearl with Black Top. Sterling Silver band, otherwise CPT. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers and outer sleeve. [Two available]. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$150
146
2008 366 Vintage Collection button-activated Oversize 5.6mm Sketch Pencil in Tortoise & Black. CPT. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers and outer sleeve. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$75
147
2008 366 Vintage Collection button-activated Oversize 5.6mm Sketch Pencil in Brown Papillon (Geometric Tan) & Black. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers and outer sleeve. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$75
148
2015 Lamy Alumni L181 Button-activated repeater pencil. In Black Matte with CPT. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers and outer sleeve. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$30
149
2015 Montblanc 165 Classique .07mm twist-activated repeater Pencil in Black. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. [Buy with matching Ballpen below @ $250.] Close-up of pen with packaging.
$125
150
2015 Montblanc 164 Classique Ballpen in Black. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint in original box. [Buy with matching Pencil above @ $250.] Close-up of pen with packaging.
$150
151
2015 Montblanc 167 LeGrande .9 mm twist-activated repeater Pencil in Black. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$225
152
1993 Sailor Magellan .05mm cap-activated repeater Pencil in Tortoise. CPT. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers and outer sleeve. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$60

More Modern Pencils and Ballpens - No Boxes

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 15
153
2007 Cartier Must de Cartier Santos Ballpen in Brushed Steel. Twist-activated (by turning the very top of the ballpen). GPT. Uses standard Parker refills (included). A small ding in the top edge and a couple of scuffs to the barrel finish, otherwise near mint.
$125
154
2008 Delta 366 Vintage Collection Ballpen in Tortoise Leopard Skin Demonstrator celluloid and Black cap. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$75
155
1971 Montblanc 254 Pencil in Matte Black with Gold-plate Matte cap. Button-activated. Near mint+
$125
156
1980 Montblanc Noblesse Ballpen in Brushed Silvexa (stainless steel). Refill included. Near mint.
$100
157
1987 Omas AM 87 Ballpen in Orange Briarwood. Because of the wood, each pen is unique. GPT, including the 3 cap bands (wide, Greek-Key, middle band). New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$150
158
1988 Omas MOMA (Museum of Modern Art) Ballpen in Black. GPT. Minor scratches on clip when examined with a loop, otherwise near mint. Refill included.
$100
159
2000 K400 Ballpen in Grey Pearl & Black. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint.
$50
160
2005 Pilot 2 + 1 Ball Pen Model 6521 in Burgundy. Cap-activated combination ballpen-mechanical pencil. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill and lead included.
$50
161
2015 Rotring Esprit mini Telescoping BPN in Silver Matte on brass with ergonomically formed grip area. 0/7mm pencil. Made to fit a pocketbook or organizer. Refill included and readily available. New-old-stock. Mint.
$20
162
1990 Sheaffer Classic Targa 1003R Matte Black Rollerball. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$50
163
1960 Tiffany Mini Ballpen – Pencil Combination in 14K Solid Gold. Cap fits on both ends. Ballpen refills no longer available. Still fully functional as a pencil. Near mint+.
$200
164
2000 Waterman Hemisphere Ballpen in Green Lacquer. Twist-activated. GPT. Near mint. Refill included.
$25

Vintage Pens - Alphabetical

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 16
165
1912 A.A. Waterman #3 Twist-fill in Black Hard Rubber with Sterling Silver Overlay in “Filigree” pattern. The overlay has the “Not connected with the L.E. Waterman Co.” imprint, required as the result of L.E. Waterman suing them. Medium, semi-flexible nib. Near mint.
$1500
166
1933 Aurora Novum Round Large LF in Blue/green Pearl with Dark Grey Striations. Aurora used many beautiful Celluloids not used by any other pen manufacturer. GFT. Rare, first year model Novum with a black cap-top and spring loaded “Safety Clip” (both features removed by Aurora soon afterwards). GFT. The Novum was made in three sizes; large, medium, small (this is the large). Aurora’s alloy nib, signed “Platirido Extra Aurora 5” (medium, flexible). The filler lever for the Novum is on the very bottom of the barrel. Near mint.
$1500
167
1934 Aurora Novum Faccettata Large 12-sided LF in Blue/green Pearl with Dark Grey Striations. Aurora used many beautiful Celluloids not used by any other pen manufacturer. GFT . Rare early model Novum with the spring loaded “Safety Clip.” GFT. Came in three sizes; large, medium, small (this one is large). Correct “Warranted 14K 5″ nib (medium, semi-flexible). The filler lever for the Novum is on the very bottom of the barrel. Near mint.
$1250
168
1934 Aurora Novum Faceted Large LF in Golden Pearl with Black Veins (beautiful). Aurora used many beautiful Celluloids not used by any other pen manufacturer. GFT . Rare early model Novum with the spring loaded “Safety Clip” GFT. Came in three sizes; large, medium, small (this one is large) Aurora’s alloy nib, signed “Platirido Extra Aurora 5” (fine). The filler lever for the Novum is on the very bottom of the barrel. Near mint+
$1500
169
1934 Aurora Novum Round Medium LF in Blue/green Pearl with Dark Grey Striations. Aurora used many beautiful Celluloids not used by any other pen manufacturer. GFT. Rare model Novum with spring loaded “Safety Clip.” GFT. Came in three sizes; large, medium, small (this is the medium). Aurora’s alloy nib, signed “Platirido Extra Aurora 5” (fine, extra-flexible). The filler lever for the Novum is on the very bottom of the barrel. A touch of left side imprint wear, otherwise near mint.
$800
170
1942 Aurora Novum Faccettata 12-sided Medium LF in Red Pearl Web (beautiful). GFT. Red tasse in cap-top. This model was made in three sizes – this is the middle size. GFT. The filler lever for the Novum is on the very bottom of the barrel Signed “Aurora 3 585 ct” (fine). Soldier clip. Near mint+.
$800
171
1952 Aurora 88K PIF in Black with gold-plate “Fully Pinstriped” cap. Visualated barrel with perfect pinstriping. Fine nib. Near mint+
$300
172
1937 Camel #6 size BF in Brown and Bronze Pearl with Ivory Veins (beautiful!). GFT, including the center “Rhomboid” cap band. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint+.
$350
173
1936 Camel #4 BF in Silver Pearl Marble with Red Veins and Black ends. GFT, including the “lattice” cap band. Camel pens are known for their large ink capacity. Medium, semi-flexible nib. Near mint.
$275
174
1950 Centropen/Rippet 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. Gold-plate alloy nib sighed “Centropen Iridium 42″ (medium). Near mint, and quite rare.
$350
175
1925 Century Special #8 size LF in Green “Woodgrain,” with #5 size nib (fine). GFT. Barrel imprinted “Century Special” and the 14K nib is imprinted “The Century Pen 5 SPL.” A touch of ambering at the very top of the cap, otherwise near mint.
$175
Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 17
176
1905 Crocker #3 Blow-fill in Red Mottled Hard Rubber (very rare). Yes, the user put the pen into his mouth and blew through a hole in the bottom of the barrel to pneumatically depress the bladder. Then, with the nib in the ink bottle, the user released the pneumatic pressure and the ink was drawn into the bladder. Eventually, Crocker supplied a rubber syringe (bulb) which fit over the end of the pen to replace the (unsanitary) use of the mouth (I will provide a bulb with the pen). When Seth Chilton Crocker left the Crocker Pen Company (owned by his father) and started the Chilton Pen Company (his own company), the blow-filler mechanism was replaced by another pneumatic filling mechanism using a sliding barrel with a hole in the end which the user covered with his or her finger – a big improvement! This is a very early “Cone Cap” example, without cap threads. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$400
177
1908 Houston #5 ED in RMHR. GF ring, chain and pocket catch. Extra-long at 6″ Nib imprinted “Houston Open Company No. 5. Intentionally shaped like a dip pen, advertisements read “It is built for those who appreciate a properly shaped and balanced pen.” Founded in Minnesota in 1908 by a barber, William Houston, who became a pen salesman. After moving to Iowa in 1912, along with the General Mnfg. Co., produced Houston and Snapfil pens. This is quite an early example, with the barrel imprinted “Houston Pen Co. Tracy, Minn U.S.A.” (before the 1912 move to Iowa). Fine, flexible nib. Some imprint wear (fully readable) and dried ink in the barrel), otherwise near mint.
$500
178
1928 Kritikson Bros. Security Giant twist-fill Check Protector in RMHR. GFT. Remove the cap top to find a roller with a set of red inked sharp-spikes, designed to roll over and perforate a check. Once perforated, if anyone went to change the dollar amount of the check, the fountain pen ink would seep into all the small holes and obliterate the check, protecting the account holder. Medium, flexible nib. Comes with a partially used tube of red ink, used for the ink pad under the rolling spikes. Near mint+.
$800
179
1943 Salz Bros. #2 “Army Navy” WWII Trench Pen ED in the shape of a Bullet. Was packaged with a small wooden container of ink tablets. Water and a tablet were mixed inside the barrel to make the ink. An earlier version was manufactured in 1918 for soldiers during WWI. Warranted 14K nib fine, flexible nib. A little wear to the “SB” logo in the center of the barrel imprint, otherwise near mint+.
$150
180
1920 Mabie Todd Swan #230C.S-F LF in smooth Black Hard Rubber with Woodgrain Hard Rubber cap-top (engraved with an outline of a swan in white). GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$225
181
1927 Mabie Todd 44 Eternal LF in Jade Radite (a beautiful celluloid!). Cap-top engraved with the outline of a swan in white. In 1924 the Swan “Eternal” was introduced to compete with competitor’s lifetime guaranteed models. Plastic was introduced in 1927. Mabie Todd also sold a middle-of-the-line model, the “Swallow” and a student line, the “Blackbird.”GFT. Signed “Mabie Todd & Co. Eternal 4″ nib (medium). Near mint+
$350
182
1929 Monroe #6 size LF in Black & Pearl. GFT, including the center, chased cap band. Monroe was the luxury pen division of the Eclipse Pen Co. These features stepped cap-tops and barrel bottoms and were very Art-Deco (patent to M. Gold, who ran the company): https://patents.google.com/patent/USD81002.This model is the largest size in which the pen was made. Fine nib. Fitted with a latex sac. New-old-stock. Mint.
$650
183
1905 J.G. Rider #5 Masterpen ED in BHR. Long nickel “over-the-top” clip (unique to J.G. Rider). What also makes this pen unusual is the notch in the feed, into which the clip fits, to facilitate removal of the nib and feed so the pen can then be filled through the open end of the barrel. There is no separate gripping section to unscrew! Fine, extra-flexible nib. Imprint wear (not all readable) and signs of dried ink inside the barrel (filled 100 years ago?), otherwise near mint.
$600
184
1948 Soennecken “The Tower Superior” PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. “Tower 14Kt” nib (medium/broad, semi-flexible). Near mint.
$200
185
1948 Soennecken “The Tower Minor” PIF in Black. GFT. Visualated barrel. “Tower 14 Kt” nib (medium). User grade due to scratches in the visualated barrel window, otherwise near mint.
$150
186
1951 Soennecken 333 Extra PIF in Green with Black Pinstriping. GFT. Visualated barrel. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint.
$375

A Page of Vintage Conklin Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 18
187
1918 Conklin #50 Crescent-fill in BCHR. GFT. Fine, semi-flex nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$750
188
1918 Conklin #6NL Crescent-fill in BCHR. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400
189
1925 Conklin Endura Long in Red Hard Rubber (much rarer than in plastic!). GFT. Offset beautifully with inlaid blue bands. Correct cardinal hard rubber gripping section. Medium nib. Near mint.
$700
190
1926 Conklin Endura Long LF in Sapphire Blue. GFT. Set off nicely with inlaid red bands. Broad nib. Near mint.
$500
191
1931 Conklin Nozac 5M 12-sided PIF in in Green Pearl with long visualated “Word Gauge” barrel. 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 5M (a larger model on the Nozac goes as far as 7M). GFT, including the chased cap band and “Rocker” clip. Fine, semi-flexible nib. Near mint+.
$400
192
1931 Conklin Nozac Standard 12-sided PIF set in Red and Black “V-Line) (herringbone). Extremely attractive. GFT. Medium/fine nib. User grade: a touch of brassing at the very top and bottom of both clips and some minor surface scratches noticeable with a loop. Both barrels engraved “Compliments of H.F. Mosely.” Otherwise near mint.
$225
193
1931 Conklin Nozac twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
194
1932 Conklin Nozac 5M Word Gauge 12-sided Faceted PIF in Red & Grey Pearl. Taking advantage of the visualated barrel, and to promote its 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 5M. GFT, including the chased cap band and “Rocker” clip. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400
195
1932 Conklin Nozac Oversize 7M Word Gauge 12-sided Faceted PIF in Green Herringbone. Taking advantage of the visualated barrel, and to promote its 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. Medium nib. Near mint.
$650
196
1929 Conklin Endura Standard LF in (Deep) Verd Green, set off beautifully with inlaid red bands. GFT. Medium, italic nib. Near mint+.
$300
197
1926 Conklin #2 LF in Deep Jade with Black specks. GFT. Medium, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$250

A Page of Vintage Esterbrook Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 19
198
1949 Esterbrook “SM Deluxe” LF in Dark Brown with Brushed Stainless Steel cap (“Deluxe” pens have this cap). Matching brown jewels. Medium firm “2556″ nib (supposed to be “fine” but writes “medium for me). Near mint. Two available: (1) Medium firm “2556″ nib (supposed to be “fine” but writes “medium for me). (1) Medium/fine “9556″ @ $65. The 9000 series nibs are iridium tipped and are higher quality and last indefinitely.
$50
199
1949 Esterbrook “J” LF in Blue Pearl, CPT. Near mint+. ]Two available: (1) Medium/fine “2555″ nib; (1) Extra-smooth broad, firm, stub, signature “2284″ nib (rare) @ $75 – sold]
$45
200
1949 Esterbrook “J” LF in Grey Pearl, CPT. Near mint+. Two available: (1) Medium/fine nib; (1) Broad, firm “2968″ nib.
$40
201
1949 Esterbrook “J” LF in Copper Pearl, CPT. Medium/fine, firm “2556″ nib. Near mint.
$40
202
1949 Esterbrook “J” LF in Green Pearl, CPT. Medium/fine firm “9556″ nib. The 9000 series nibs are iridium tipped and are higher quality and last indefinitely. Near mint+.
$50
203
1949 Esterbrook “SJ” LF in Red Pearl. CPT. The “SJ” is shorter and more slender than the full size “J.” Near mint. Two available: (1) Fine “9556″ iridium tipped nib. The 9000 series nibs are iridium tipped and are higher quality and last indefinitely ; (1) Medium, firm (Student) “1551″ nib @ $35
$50
204
1954 Esterbrook Pastel LF in Light Yellow. CPT. Medium/fine firm Gregg Shorthand “1555″ nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$100
205
1954 Esterbrook Pastel LF in Aqua (Light Green). Black jewels. CPT. Rigid medium (manifold or carbon copies) “1461″ nib. Barrel imprint stamped lighter than usual (not worn). Near mint+.
$75
206
1954 Esterbrook Pastel LF in Blue (Light Blue). Black jewels. CPT. Medium (general writing) “9668″ nib. The 9000 series nibs are iridium tipped and are higher quality and last indefinitely. Near mint+.
$90
207
1954 Esterbrook Pastel LF in Dark Grey. Black jewels. CPT. Rigid medium (general writing) “2668″ nib. Near mint+.
$75
208
1958 Esterbrook Safari Aerometric-fill in Red with Polished Chrome fully “ringed” cap. The cap-top is backwards slanting. The barrel has metal cap threads. Extra-fine “9550″ nib. The 9000 series nibs are iridium tipped and are higher quality and last indefinitely. Near mint+.
$65
209
1958 Esterbrook M2 Aerometric-fill in Blue with Polished Chrome fully “ringed” cap. The M2 model has the indented cap-top and the barrel has plastic cap threads. Fine, firm “2556″ nib. Near mint.
$50

A Page of Vintage Parker Duofold Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 20
210
1922 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Cardinal Hard Rubber. Earliest model, with “Bandless” cap and banner imprint with the Giant-sized “DUOFOLD JR.” imprint (rare). GFT. Medium/fine nib. A few minor surface scratches from being around for almost 100 years, otherwise near mint.
$500
211
1926 Parker (Duofold) Jr. BF in Green Permanite. The first color introduced by Parker after cardinal (red). GFT. 1926 models have “Parker Trade Mark” imprinted on the barrel (not “Duofold”).. Parker hedged their bets by protecting the “Duofold” name should the green color fail in the marketplace. It succeeded, and in 1927 Parker started imprinting the barrels “Duofold.” Medium “Lucky Curve” nib. Two things of note: first, the early examples, like this one, are far more translucent than the later versions and second, these earliest Jade pens are almost always found highly discolored – this example has far, far less ambering than most. Near mint.
$300
212
1929 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Black & Pearl. Absolutely mint color! GFT. No sac (will install a silicon sac on request). New-old-stock. Mint with original label on the bottom of the blind cap: “133 Fine $8.50.” You’ll never find a nicer example! Buy with matching pencil below for $475.
$400
213
1929 Parker Duofold Jr. Pencil in Black & Pearl. Absolutely mint color! GFT. New-old-stock. Mint with original label on the top of the blind cap: “P 633 $4.00.” You’ll never find a nicer example! Buy with matching pen above at $475.
$100
214
1929 Parker Duofold Juniorette BF in Black & Pearl. Absolutely mint color! GFT. No sac (will install a silicon sac on request). New-old-stock. Mint with original label on the bottom of the blind cap: “12 Ex – Fine $5.50″ (extra-fine nib). You’ll never find a nicer example! Buy with matching pencil below at $350.
$300
215
1929 Parker Duofold Jr. Pencil in Black & Pearl. Absolutely mint color! GFT. New-old-stock. Mint. Buy with matching pen above at $350.
$75
216
1928 Parker Duofold Jr. BF in Jade. Mint color! GFT. Medium nib. No sac (will install a silicon sac on request). New-old-stock. Mint.
$350
217
1929 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Jade. Absolutely mint color! GFT. No sac (will install a silicon sac on request). New-old-stock. Mint with original label on the bottom of the blind cap: “107 Medium $7.00.” You’ll never find a nicer example! Buy with Duofold Jr. pencil below for $975 (not a size match, but a perfect color/pattern match!).
$900
218
1929 Parker Duofold Jr. Pencil in Jade. Absolutely mint color! GFT. New-old-stock. Mint. Buy with Duofold Sr. pen above for $975 (not a size match, but a perfect color/pattern match!).
$100
219
1932 Duofold Vest Pocket BF Set in Black & Pearl Moderne. Set has both rings and clips! GFT. Medium nib. Extremely light barrel ambering .
$250
220
1932 Twist-activated Pencil for above set.
Set

A Page of Vintage Parker 61 Pens - Including Prototypes

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 21
221
1955 Parker 61 Demonstrator Prototype in clear acrylic with Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap and CP clip. Came from Parker’s model shop. The bottom of the Teflon coated reservoir cover has no holes for drawing ink up into the inner compartment. Also, NO INLAID ARROW. Incredibly rare! Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$600
222
1955 Parker 61 Prototype in Black with NO INLAID ARROW in the shell. Came from Parker’s model shop. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap with GF clip (cap is not a prototype). Fine nib. Pen has been filled. Near mint. Pen has been filled.
$300
223
1955 Parker 61 Prototype in Grey. The prototype part is the cap which is BLACK MATTE (I don’t know the process used). The cap is marked “Made in England,” even though it came out of the USA model shop. Medium nib. Pen has been filled. Cap is new-old-stock.
$300
224
1956 Parker 61 First Year in Black with Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap with “First Edition” emblem. Advertised as ‘a pen from another world,’ the first self-filling pen without a mechanical filling mechanism. It was fitted with a Teflon coated tube which held a cellophane wick, which drew the ink up into the reservoir and then allowed it to flow to the nib. GFT. Medium “hooded” nib. Near mint.
$200
225
1956 Parker 61 First Year in Grey with Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap with “First Edition” emblem. Designed by Don Doman, he added the inlaid arrow into the shell to make it easy for the user to know how to hold the pen (an issue with the earlier Parker 51). GFT. Medium “hooded” nib. Near mint.
$200
226
1957 Parker 61 Presidential capillary-fill in smooth solid 14K gold cap & barrel. The capillary with its wick still its original red color (has never been filled). New-old-stock. Mint in box with “Medium” nib size label (torn). Comes with the rare Parker “Instant Ink” concentrated ink capsule which fits over the end of the wick and allows you to fill the pen with water. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$900
227
1957 Parker 61 “Heritage” capillary-fill in Black with Silver & Yellow G/F Rainbow cap (one of the rarer caps). Medium/broad nib. Near mint+
$175
228
1958 Parker 61 “Legacy” capillary-fill in Grey with Silver and Nickel Rainbow design cap (one of the rarer caps). Fine nib. Near mint.
$150
229
1957 Parker 61 capillary-fill in Black. GPT. 1/10 12K gold-filled cap in the alternating pinstripe and plain panels pattern. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$125
230
1957 Parker 61 capillary-fill in Grey. CPT. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) can with GPO clip. Fine nib. Near mint.
$100
231
1962 Parker 61 “Custom” C/C Mark II in Burgundy. Cleaning the 61 capillary-fill unit was difficult, so Parker eventually switched the 61 to converter-fill. 1/10 12K gold-filled cap in the “alternating pinstriped and plain panels” pattern. Fine “hooded” nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original “Custom 61″ barrel decal.
$175

A Page of Vintage Parker Vacumatic Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 22
232
1935 Parker Senior Vacumatic Demonstrator in Silver Laminated. A cut out slot in the cap shows the inner-cap which seals to the gripping section (made without cap bands). Medium nib. A long cut out in the barrel shows the nib, feed, filler tube, diaphragm and lock-down filling unit. Deep and crisp barrel imprint. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400
233
1939 Parker Vacumatic Major in Black Laminated Double-jeweled with aluminum plunger unit. Rare model with “PARKER VACUMATIC” cap band. Barrel date imprint is from 1939. The majority of pens with this cap band were produced in 1937 with some more produced in early 1938. This barrel is from a year later. Visualated barrel. Medium/broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$700
234
1939 Parker Vacumatic Debutante Blue Diamond in Silver Laminated. Double-jeweled. NPT, including the Chevron cap band. Two-tone fine nib.
$125
235
1940 Parker Vacumatic Sr. Maxima in Golden Laminated. GFT. Double-jeweled. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. Near mint+
$550
236
1941 Parker Vacumatic Debutante in Silver Shadow Wave with long, black blind cap, NPT, including the Chevron cap band. Medium nib. Slight wear to the center of the barrel imprint (fully readable), otherwise near mint. Comes with matching pencil, user grade, but it works and it’s free!
$125
237
1942 Parker Vacumatic Deluxe in Silver Shadow-wave with long, black blind-cap.. The “Deluxe” models came with horizontally chased cap bands, made specifically for jewelry stores, so they didn’t carry the identical items stocked by pen shops. NPT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. Near mint.
$175
238
1944 Parker Vacumatic Debutante Blue Diamond in Red Laminated, including the Chevron cap band . Canadian manufacture. GFT. Visualated barrel. Two-tone, fine, flexible nib (a Vacumatic with a flexible nib is rare!). A touch of barrel imprint wear (fully readable) otherwise near mint. [Matching mechanical pencil available, used grade, but it works and is free on request with the pen.]
$175
239
1945 Parker Vacumatic Major Blue Diamond in Blue Laminated. GFT. Visualated Barrel. Medium nib. Near mint.
$175
240
1945 Parker Vacumatic Major Blue Diamond in Black Laminated. GFT. Visualated Barrel. Fine nib. Near mint.
$200
241
1945 Parker twist-activated Pencil for above set.
Set
242
1946 Parker Vacumatic Jr. In Silver Laminated. Canadian manufacture. NPT. Visualated barrel. Medium nib. Near mint.
$125

A Page of Vintage Pelikan Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 23
243
1931 Pelikan 100 PIF in Black. Rare, early model, with four-chick cap logo, cap with four vent holes (used only for two years) and the long, slim gripping section (used for only two years). This is also the first year for the reinforcing metal band at the bottom of the binde. Amber celluloid visualated barrel (dark). Early “Pelikan 14 Karat” nib (fine, flexible). Near mint.
$1000
244
1937 Pelikan 100N PIF in Cobra. GFT. Amber visualated celluloid window. Extra-smooth, medium nib. Near mint+.
$1700
245
1937 Pelikan 100N PIF in Grey Marble (rare) with Black cap. GFT. Amber celluloid visualated window. Fine nib. Some cap band brassing (none to the clip) otherwise near mint.
$500
246
1948 Pelikan 100N in Grey Marble. GFT. Visualated barrel. Black synthetic piston gasket. Near mint+.
$600
247
1950 Pelikan 101N PIF in Tortoise with matching cap and red inner cap. Rare model with LONG cap tube and SHORT inner cap! I’m told this model was introduced to thwart pickpocketing of the pens. GFT. Green, acrylic barrel. Broad/double-broad nib. Near mint.
$1600
248
1950 Pelikan 400 PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Visualated Barrel. Medium, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). New-old-stock. Mint in box with instructions in Russian! Close-up of pen with packaging.
$200
249
1950 Pelikan 100N PIF in Green Pearl. GFT. Green, acrylic visualated barrel. Medium, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$350
250
1956 Pelikan 500NN PIF in Green Striped with GF cap. Rare color! Cap in alternating 4 pinstripes and plain panels. Visualated barrel. Double-broad, oblique nib. User grade: barrel window distress; barrel factory imprinted “Glasfaser (a German phone company at the time, now a Internet provider); deep spiral scratches to the turning knob; scratches and a ding or two to the cap.
$350
251
1956 Pelikan 400NN PIF in Green Striped. GFT. Visualated Barrel. Broad, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). New-old-stock. Mint.
$250
252
1956 Pelikan 400NN PIF in Brown Striped. GFT. Visualated Barrel. Double-broad, oblique nib (shaped like left foot). New-old-stock. Mint in box with instructions. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$325

A Page of Vintage Sheaffer Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 24
253
1922 Sheaffer Lifetime Flat-top LF in Jade. GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label (not readable).
$600
254
1925 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance thin LF in Black. These extra-long Sheaffers are quite rare. GFT. Medium/fine nib. Near mint
$250
255
1925 Sheaffer 3-25 Flat-top LF in Cardinal (rare color). GFT. Extra-fine nib. Near mint+.
$175
256
1925 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Oversize LF in Deep Jade. These extra-long Sheaffers are very rare, especially in color this good! GFT. Fine nib. A hint of darkening here and there, otherwise near mint+ (probably new-old-stock)
$450
257
1933 Sheaffer 3-25 Balance LF in Blue, Black & White. GFT. The largest model in which this plastic was used..These long models, in perfect color, are becoming impossible to find. This is our first one since Catalog #56 (10 years)! Extra-fine/fine nib. Near mint+
$400
258
1936 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Ebonized Pearl. GFT. Visualated gripping section. Fine nib. Near mint. .
$424
259
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Carmine (Red with Black Veins). One of the rarest colors! GFT. Visualated gripping ,section. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$825
260
1940 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large in Black & Pearl. Outstanding, mint color! This is a later version of the pen normally associated with 1936. This factory remake uses “rolled,” rather than lathed, celluloid for its cap & barrel, and the lever is held in by a ring made of spring steel, rather than with a pin through the barrel. Extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$500
261
1941 Sheaffer “Vigilant” Lifetime white-dot LF in Golden Striped. This is the larger of the “soldier clip” models, made for use with military uniforms with its over-the-top clip, designed so the pen doesn’t stick out over the shirt pocket. The smaller model is the “Defender.” Visualated gripping section. Two toned, needle-point/extra-fine nib. A touch of brassing at the very tip of the lever, otherwise near mint.
$150
262
1945 Sheaffer Lifetime Triumph Masterpiece LF in 14K solid Gold. Alternating vertical pinstripe and wide horizontal banding (beautiful pattern!). Both indicia engraved “E.J.O.” Two-tone wrap-around Triumph fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box. Close-up of set with packaging.
$900
263
1945 Sheaffer Lifetime Triumph Masterpiece twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

A Page of Vintage Wahl-Eversharp Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 25
264
1920 Wahl Eversharp Console #2 LF All Metal in Gold-filled “Christmas Bells” pattern. Very rare and highly sought by Wahl collectors. Has correct, rare, red mottled hard rubber gripping section! Fine nib. Near mint+, perhaps new-old-stock.
$400
265
1927 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Gold Seal Deco Band LF in Black & Pearl. GFT, including the wide center Greek-Key band. Rollerball clip. Wahl’s top-of-the-line pen at the time. A touch of ambering at the very top of the cap, otherwise near mint. Nib signed, “Wahl Eversharp Gold Seal 14K Flexible” (extra-fine).
$550
266
1931 Wahl Eversharp Faceted Gold-seal Oversize Doric LF in Black. GFT. Fine nib. A little brassing to the high points of the trim, otherwise near mint.
$550
267
1934 Wahl Eversharp Doric LF in Burma (Silver Marble). GFT. Beautiful 12-sided pen. I’ll call it user grade: considerable band brassing and surface scratches; a very nice “Wahl Eversharp Gold Seal Signature” extra-fine nib (but technically an incorrect nib for the pen).
$150
268
1935 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Deco-band LF in Black. GFT, including the three cap bands (wide, Greek-key middle band). Medium, triple-flexible nib . Near mint.
$650
269
1941 Wahl Eversharp Fifth Avenue LF Chocolate Brown with GF horizontally fluted cap. Hooded nib (medium/fine). New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$150
270
1941 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised Gold Seal LF in Brown. A rare model! GFT. Visualated gripping section. Broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175
271
1942 Wahl Eversharp Skyline Executive Oversize LF in Brown with Red & Brown striped cap. GFT. One of the rarest of the Skyline models! Medium nib. Near mint.
$375
272
1942 Wahl Eversharp Skyline Executive Oversize LF in Black. GFT. One of the rarest of the Skyline models! Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$300
273
1943 Wahl Eversharp Skyline Presentation LF in Black with gold-filled vertical Pinstriped cap. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$125
274
1949 Wahl Eversharp “Symphony” LF in Black. GFT and cap. Cap has “wing” design (Raymond Lowery designed). Fine nib. Near mint.
$125

A Page of Wonderful Vintage Black Hard Rubber Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 92 Section 26
275
1918 Conklin #20 Crescent-fill “Dummy” in Black Chased Hard Rubber. A mock pen, used for window displays, so a sellable pen would not get ruined by the heat, sunlight, etc. The pen is either painted black or heavily coated in clear sealant, so it wouldn’t discolor from the elements while on display. The cap can go onto the top or bottom. The nib is signed “14K Gold Plate.” The lock ring doesn’t turn. The very bottom of the pen is configured as a “V,” perhaps to lock the pen in place so it can’t turn and ruin the display. A wonderful piece of ephemera! Mint.
$75
276
1910 Crocker Ink-Tite #2 “Blow-fil” in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Yes, the user put the pen into his/her mouth and blew through a hole in the bottom of the barrel to pneumatically depress the bladder. Then, with the nib in the ink bottle, the user released the pneumatic pressure and the ink was drawn into the bladder. Crocker supplied a rubber syringe (bulb) which fit over the end of the pen to replace the (unsanitary) use of the mouth. Both methods are clearly explained on the original instructions, included for you in the original box. When Seth Chilton Crocker left the Crocker Pen Company (owned by his father) and started the Chilton Pen Company (his own company), the blow-filler mechanism was replaced by another pneumatic filling mechanism using a sliding barrel with a hole in the end which the user covered with his or her finger – a big improvement. Broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box (box and instructions worn and threadbare.. Replacement rubber syringe included. Close-up of pen with packaging.
$225
277
1927 Eagle #2 lever-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber with Red Casein ends. Medium,. Flexible nib. Founded in NYC in 1856 as a pencil shop. Eagle became Berol in 1969, which was subsequently acquired by Newell in 1995. In 1890 Eagle introduced a brass pen filled with a glass cartridge. Their Epenco line, introduced during the Depression, is most famous for the Popeye pen. Near mint.
$100
278
1910 Mabie Todd Swan #2 eyedropper-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber (large “V” pattern). GFT (two 5/16″ plain barrel bands, each with 2 chased rings). Double-broad, oblique nib with early overfeed. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200
279
1912 Mabie Todd Swan #2 Vest-pocket size eyedropper-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. “Swan” was Mabie Todd’s top-of-the-line pen. One wide GF ornamentally chased cap band. Extra-fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+.
$75
280
1917 Moore #2.50/1 eyedropper-fill “Non-Leakable Safety Pen” in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Founded in 1899 (Boston, MA) the company began as the American Fountain Pen Company, changing its name around 1917, and surviving until 1956. Medium nib. After removing the cap, the barrel slide is used to propel and repel the nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Shown open, with the nib repelled, so you can see the barrel imprint.
$125
281
1905 Parker #6 Straight-holder eyedropper-fill in BCHR. Two, wide GF repousse bands on the barrel. Correct #5 Parker Lucky Curve nib (fine-triple flexible) . Introduced in 1896, a very rare, early Parker, in wonderful condition! I’ve dated this example to 1905 from the patent dates on the barrel.
$450
282
1920 Parker 20 ½ BF in Wave Chased Black Hard Rubber. NP clip. Medium/fine nib. [Two available: (1) New-old-stock. Mint with perfect chasing and both cap and barrel imprints @ $150; (2) User grade with some chasing and imprint wear, medium nib, @ $75].
$75
283
1921 Sheaffer #4 Self-Filling LF in BCHR. NPT. Medium, triple-flexible nib . A beautiful early Sheaffer in near mint condition.
$295
284
1920 Waterman 52 Lever-fill in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Clip-less, bandless model, with a NP lever. Very nice, medium, flexible nib. Near mint+
$150
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