Catalog 95 (April 2021)


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Extraordinary Vintage Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 1
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1930 Chilton #4 size pneumatic-fill “Clown” in Yellow, Black, Green & Red. One of the “Holy Grails” of vintage pendom  because of it’s rarity and its unique colorful celluloid. GFT. Double-broad nib. Celluloid a shade darker where it was covered by the cap, otherwise near mint”+
$1000
2
1903 Conklin 3 “Hog-Ring” in Gold-filled “Snails-Repousse” pattern. Just a few years after starting fountain pen production, Conklin introduced it’s first. The patterns designed by the Heath Co. of New Jersey. Slip cap. Barrel indicia engraved in script, “To Schatze.” “Schatze could be a name or a term of endearment meaning “Sweetheart,” “Treasure” or “Darling.” These are extremely rare and highly coveted by collectors. Fine, triple-flexible nib. Near mint in original box (box hinges using a paper backing which was torn, and is now re-taped with black cloth tape. Photo of pen with packaging.
$3750
3
1905 Parker #62 ½ button-fill in gold-filled “Etched Floral” pattern. Oversize pen. The #62 ½ button filler is quite a bit rarer than the #62 eyedropper, with less than a handful of examples known. Lucky Curve #3 nib with teardrop vent (fine, extra-flexible). Near mint+.
$2500
4
1906 Parker #34 ED in Sterling Silver repousse “Filagree” pattern on BHR with sterling silver “Cap Crown.” From Parker’s 1906 Catalog: “No. 33. Gold. Price $5,50. This pen is our leader for the new styles. It is certainly the biggest value ever put into a pen retailing for less than $6.00. Neat, tasty, and a real beauty. No. 34, same design in sterling silver. Price $4.00.” Too bad we can’t order a few more from the factory today! Rare Lucky Curve #3 nib (medium/broad, flexible). Near mint+. Will polish on request. [Two available – one sold]
$3000
5
1907 Parker #41 Oversize ED in gold-filled “Filigree” pattern. Extremely rare!, especially in this outstanding condition. Lucky Curve #5 nib (double-broad, extra-flexible). A few spots of wear to the cap top edge, otherwise new-old-stock. Mint.
$3000
6
1923 Parker Duofold Jr. Long BF in Cardinal Hard Rubber. Extraordinarily rare (and uncataloged) with the 1923 LARGE imprint, and I FULL LENGTH model! In later years this was re-named the “Special,” often (but not always) having an imprint including “JL” (Junior Long) or “Special.” GFT. Medium, semi-flexible nib. Amazingly deep and crisp barrel imprint. A touch of bottom edge cap band brassing, otherwise new-old-stock. You’ll probably never find another.
$2000
7
1915 Waterman 552 ½ LF in 14K solid-gold “Hand Engraved Vine.” One of the most beautiful overlays, with crisp and deep engraving. Fine, flexible nib. No dents or dings. New-old-stock. Mint.
$1000
8
1918 Waterman 324 Taper Cap ED in 14K solid-gold “Wreath” pattern on BHR. Extremely rare overlay. The “3″ in the model number denotes a half-covered gold pen. Barrel indicia beautifully engraved in script, “N.A.F.” Medium, triple-flexible nib. Near mint+
$1750
9
1928 Waterman 454 LF Set in Sterling Silver “Night & Day” overlay on BHR. One of the rarer overlays. Fine, italic, semi-flexible nib. No dents or dings. Near mint+.
$2000
10
1928 Waterman twist-activated pencil for above set.
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Extraordinary Vintage Montblanc Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 2
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1920 Montblanc #7 Safety ED in BHR. Very rare size, with a very rare silver “Snake” accommodation clip. “Simplo 7 14K” fine nib. Slightest cap oxidation, otherwise near mint+. Shown uncapped with nib propelled.
$3500
12
1920 Montblanc #6 size “314″ Safety ED in BHR. Beautiful, large pen, with a nib factory imprinted with both a “6″ inside the star logo, and “314.” The “314″ nib is a very rare nib used for making carbon copies (medium, italic). Near mint+. Very rare.
$2500
13
1920 Montblanc #4 Long Safety ED in BHR. Has the very rare silver “Snake” accommodation clip. Medium, semi-flexible nib. Near mint+. Shown uncapped with nib propelled.
$2300
14
1925 Montblanc 0 Meisterstuck Safety ED in gold-filled. “Alternating plain and barley panels” pattern on BHR. Scroll design on clip. White enamel star on cap-top. Rare and beautiful! Fine nib, with “0″ inside the MB Star logo. Near mint+
$1500
15
1930 Montblanc #30 Meisterstuck Safet y in BHR. Cap also imprinted “Stoffhaus,” Montblanc’s 1930s boutique. GFT. Double-broad nib. Near mint+.
$3000
16
1935 Montblanc 322 button-fill in Azurite Blue (Parker called this “Lapis”). Very rare color. GFT. Medium, semi-flexible nib. Near mint+
$2000
17
1955 Montblanc 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’). Outer two cap bands are sterling silver, otherwise GFT. Visualated barrel window with excellent vertical lines (slightest wear). Three-tone 14C nib (medium, flexible). Near mint.
$2200
18
1931 Montblanc K25 Meisterstuck Push knob-fill in Black & Pearl (very rare color). Rare, clip-less, short model. Also rare with the 7/8″ long BHR tapered cap-top (matching the BHR turning knob). GFT. Double-broad, flexible, italic nib (what a nib!). Near mint+
$2250
19
1936 Montblanc 234 ½ PL PIF in Platinum. Thought of as Montblanc’s most beautiful celluloid! Long, visualated barrel window. GFT. Double-broad, oblique nib. Near mint+.
$1750

Ca. 1917 Waterman Tray with its 12 original pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 3
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Ca. 1917 Waterman Counter Tray, complete as incredibly found after 100 years, with its 12 original pens, each with an original label on the cap and/or barrel. Picture these in an early pen shop, on display for patrons to peruse and try. It would be four more decades before the ballpen came along! All the pens can be dated to the late-1910s. Each in its original state (none restored). Sold only as a complete set, including the tray. Value of the tray, empty: $175
$3500
21
1917-1930 Waterman #42 ½ eyedropper-fill “Safety Pen” in BCHR. The nib propels from and repels into the barrel by turning the knob on the bottom of the pen. Medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label. Value: $250
Set
22
1910-1916 Waterman #13 eyedropper-fill in BCHR. The model 13 is extremely rare. Perhaps production was discontinued because of the number’s historical superstitious connection with bad luck. NPT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label (the label is for the optional clip, announcing that it adds 25¢ to the cost of the pen)..Value: $350
Set
23
1910-1916 Waterman #14 eyedropper-fill in BCHR. NPT. Medium, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label. Value: $250
Set
24
1910-1916 Waterman #15 eyedropper-fill in BCHR. NPT. Medium. Semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label. Value: $350
Set
25
1910-1916 Waterman #16 eyedropper-fill in BCHR. NPT. Medium nib. Some imprint wear, otherwise new-old-stock. Mint with original label. Value: $500
Set
26
1917- 1930 Waterman #52 lever-fill in BCHR. NPT. Medium nib. The label says it has a “Special Account” nib. N ew-old-stock. Mint with original label. Value: $250
Set
27
1917-1930 Waterman #52 lever-fill in BCHR. NPT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. The label says is has a “Special Account” nib. Mint with original label (the upper of the two labels is for the optional clip, announcing that it adds 25¢ to the cost of the pen).. Value: $250
Set
28
1917-1930 Waterman #52 ½ lever-fill in BCHR. NPT. Broad, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label (the label is for the optional clip, announcing that it adds 25¢ to the cost of the pen). Value: $200
Set
29
1917-1930 Waterman #752 ½ (rare) in BCHR. The “7″ designates a single 14K solid gold band on the barrel. The clip and lever box are also 14K. GFT. Broad, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label (the upper label is for the optional clip, announcing that it adds $2.00 to the cost of the pen).. Value: $500
Set
30
1917-1930 Waterman #52 ½V lever-fill in BCHR. NPT. Fine, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label (the label is for the optional clip, announcing that iy adds 25¢ to the cost of the pen). Value: $150
Set
31
1917-1930 Waterman #0652 in BCHR. The “0″ designates gold-filled (as opposed to solid-gold). The “6″ designates two barrel bands. “5’ designates “lever-fill.” “2″ is the size of the nib. GFT. Medium extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label (the upper label is for the optional clip, announcing that is adds $1.00 to the cost of the pen).. Value: $350
Set
32
1917-1930 Waterman #0354 in BCHR. The “0″ designates gold-filled (as opposed to solid-gold). The “3″ designates half-covered in metal. “5’ designates “lever-fill.” “4″ is the size of the nib. GFT. Broad extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original label (the label is for the optional clip, announcing that is adds $1.00 to the cost of the pen).. Value: $350
Set

Parker 45 “Tester” Set

Parker 45 “Tester Set” in Green, Black, Blue and Red. Ten fountain pens, each with a different nib, plus a ballpen and a pencil tester. These Tester sets were supplied to dealers in the UK, allowing customers to test the different Parker 45 nibs to select their preference. The gripping sections imprinted “45″ and the barrels nib size. These appear to all be mint as there are no signs of ink anywhere. The pens cannot be filled, only dipped. The barrels grooved with inlaid colors to differentiate then from pens to be sold. Extremely rare, this is the only complete 45 Tester Set known to survive. Similarly designed tester sets have been found for the Parker 51, 61 and 65, but only found in the UK. Most certainly designed and fabricated by Parker UK for their local dealers, or perhaps just to be used at trade shows. Ballpen and Pencil with brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) caps. New-old-stock. Near mint in original Parker UK slotter box.
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Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 4
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1960 Parker 45 Tester in Green. Barrel marked “XF.”
$1500
34
1960 Parker 45 Tester in Green. Barrel marked “F.”
Set
35
1960 Parker 45 Tester in Green & Black. Barrel marked “Fine Italic.”
Set
36
1960 Parker 45 Tester in Green. Barrel marked “F/OBL.”
Set
37
1960 Parker 45 Tester in Black. Barrel marked “M.”
Set
38
1960 Parker 45 Tester in Green and Black. Barrel marked “Medium Italic.”
Set
39
1960 Parker 45 Tester in Green. Barrel marked “M/OBL.”
Set
40
1960 Parker 45 Tester in Green. Barrel marked “B.”
Set
41
1960 Parker 45 Tester in Green. Barrel marked “B/OBL.”
Set
42
1960 Parker 45 Tester in Green and Black. Barrel marked “Broad/Italic.”
Set
43
1960 Parker 45 Ballpen in Red with brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap.
Set
44
1960 Parker 45 Pencil Tester in Blue with brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap.
Set

Featured - Vintage Wahl Eversharp Pens & Pencils - Featured

Charles Keeran’s first mechanical pencil patent was in 1913. His pencils were first made by Heath (NJ). Moving to Chicago in 1915, he contracted the Wahl Adding Machine Co. to make Eversharp pencils. The following year Eversharp was absorbed into Wahl. In 1917 they acquired the Boston Fountain Pen Company, bringing Wahl into the fountain pen business. The branding of the pens and pencils remained separate until the late 1920’s when it became Wahl-Eversharp. In 1941 Wahl was dropped from the name. In 1957 the Parker Pen Company acquired Wahl-Eversharp, discontinuing production a few years later. [Thank you Wikipedia.]
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Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 5

Fountain pens were called “Tempoint” until late 1921.

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45
1920 Wahl #2 Tempoint LF in Black Lined HR (rare chasing: alternating plain & pinstriped panels, pinstriped panels contain formed chevrons). NPT, including the rollerball clip. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225
46
1920 Wal #4 Tempoint LF in Black Lined HR (same rare chasing as pen above). NPT, including the rollerball clip. Fine, manifold nib. I’ll call this used grade because the barrel chasing is weaker than the cap chasing, but the chasing is so rare I wanted to include it for you.
$100
47
1920 Wal #2 LF Tempoint in Black “Greek Key” Chased HR.. NPT, including the rollerball clip. Extra-fine, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$225
48
1920 Wal #2 LF Vest-pocket Tempoint in Black “Greek Key” Chased HR.. NPT, including the rollerball clip. Fine nib. Near mint+.
$150
49
1925 Wahl #2 LF set in Red Mottled HR. GFT, including the rollerball clip. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+.
$250
50
1925 Wahl-Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
51
1927 Wahl #2 LF in Black “Greek Key” pattern chased HR. GFT, including the rollerball clip. Fine, flexible nib. The face of the pen has some ambering (the back side doesn’t), otherwise new-old-stock. Mint with original barrel label.
$275
52
1925 Wahl #6 LF in Black “Wave” Chased HR. GFT, including the rollerball clip and extra-wide cap band. Medium, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$500
53
1925 Wahl #74 LF in Black “Wave” Chased HR. GFT, including the rollerball clip and extra-wide cap band (cap band indicia engraved T.S.” in beautiful flourish). Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$200
54
1927 Wahl #2 LF in Red Mottled HR. GFT, including the rollerball clip. Note the change from one cap band to two. Broad nib. Near mint.
$200
Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 6
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1927 Wahl #2 LF in Black “Greek Key” pattern chased HR. GFT, including the rollerball clip. Broad, extra-flexible nib. Near mint.
$175
56
1927 Wahl #4 LF set in Black “Greek Key” pattern chased HR. GFT, including the rollerball clip. Both the pen and pencil cap-tops with inlaid Cadillac car co. emblem in gold and enamel. Fine nib. Near mint.
$400
57
1927 Wahl-Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
58
1927 Wahl 626 LF set in Red Mottled HR. GFT, including the cap-top and “spoon” clip. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$250
59
1927 Wahl-Eversharp Model 3G pencil for above set
Set
60
1927 Wahl #6 LF in Red Mottled HR. GFT, including the rollerball clip. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$600
61
1927 Wahl-Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
62
1928 Wahl Eversharp #4 LF in Rosewood HR. GFT, including the rollerball clip. Fine, triple-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$300
63
1928 Wahl Eversharp #2 LF set in Rosewood HR. GFT, including the rollerball clip. Medium/fine, flexible nib. Near mint
$275
64
1928 Wahl-Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 7

Wahl’s first plastic pens in 1926 and were called “Signature” pens.

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1928 Wahl’s first plastic pens were introduced in 1926 and were called “Signature” pens. Wahl Eversharp Model 64 size Signature LF in Lapis (Blue on Blue). GFT, including the cap-top with its “Crown” spoon clip. Cap-top engraved in script, “P.E.G.” Medium, semi-flexible nib. A scratch in the bottom barrel band and the barrel perhaps half a shade darker than the cap., otherwise near mint
$125
66
1928 Wahl Eversharp Model 64 size Signature LF in Jade. GFT, including the cap-top with its “Crown” spoon clip. Fine, manifold nib. Near mint+.
$200

The “Gold Seal Personal Point” pen was Wahl’s answer to the competition. The “Gold Seal” was their guaranteed pen, and their answer to, for example, the Sheaffer “White Dot.” The nib/feed unit on the Personal Point screwed in and out. This allowed the purchaser to separately choose the nib style they wanted and the holder (pen) they wanted, and the dealer could assemble it right on the spot. This also allowed the dealer to stock fewer pens, tying up fewer inventory dollars. This was Wahl’s answer to the Waterman #7 Red Ripple with it’s color coded nibs.

67
1928  Wahl Eversharp #6 size Gold Seal Personal Point Signature LF in Black & Pearl. Rollerball clip. GFT. Near mint+. Two available: (A) Fine, extra-flexible nib – sold; (B) Fine, manifold nib @ $425.
$475
68
1927 Wahl Eversharp #6 size Gold Seal Personal Point Signature LF in Cardinal Chased Hard Rubber (very rare). Rollerball clip. GFT. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint+.
$500
69
1928 Wahl Eversharp #4 Gold Seal Personal Point Signature LF set in Lapis (Blue on Blue). GFT, including the roller-ball clip. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$475
70
1928 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
71
1928 Wahl Eversharp #4 Signature Gold Seal Personal Point LF set in Coral (Red with orange specks). GFT, including the roller-ball clip. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint+
$475
72
1928 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
73
1929 Wahl Eversharp #6 size Gold Seal Personal Point Signature LF set in Brazian Green (Green & Bronze). Rollerball clip. GFT, including the three cap bands with the center Greek-key band. Medium nib. Near mint+.
$450
74
1929 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 8
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1929 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Deco-band Gold-seal Personal Point Signature LF in Brazilian Green (Green & Bronze). The top-of-the line and largest pen Wahl made at the time. GFT, including the three cap bands with the center Greek-key band. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$750
76
1929 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
77
1929 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Deco-band Gold-seal Personal Point Signature LF in Black. The top-of-the line and largest pen Wahl made at the time. GFT, including the three cap bands with the center Greek-key band. Medium, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$700
78
1929 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
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The Wahl “Equipoised” was the new model name for the “Gold Seal Personal Point” once it became streamlined. Streamlining was all the rage; think Parker Duofolds (1928), the Sheaffer Balance (1925); the Conklin Symetrik, etc.
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1930 The Wahl “Equipoised” was the new model name for the “Gold Seal Personal Point” once it became streamlined. Streamlining was all the rage; think Parker Duofolds (1928), the Sheaffer Balance (1925); the Conklin Symetrik, etc. Wahl Eversharp Equipoised Gold-seal Personal Point Signature LF in Black & Pearl. Rollerball clip. GFT, including the three cap bands with the center Greek-key band. Fine nib. I’ll call this “user grade” for no other reason other than the darkening of the cap and barrel, otherwise near mint.
$125
80
1930 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised Gold Seal Signature LF ring-top in Black & Pearl. Not a Personal Point. I’m not sure why Wahl made a full size ring-top pen, but they must have had a reason! It’s too tall to go into a vest pocket on the end of a watch chain, or to fit into the pouch in a ladies purse. Perhaps this is why they are so very rare today! GFT. Medium, flexible nib. The slightest ambering near the top of the cap, otherwise near mint.
$300
81
1930 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised Gold Seal Signature LF ring-top in Black. How do we know the long ring-top pen above isn’t just a fluke, because here’s another! See above for more information. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$300
82
1930 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Equipoised Gold Seal Personal Point Signature LF in Kashmir (Green Pearl). Perhaps the rarest Oversize Equipoised color! Rollerball clip. GFT, including the three cap bands with the center Greek-key band. Medium/broad nib. A little brassing to the lever, otherwise near mint.
$900
83
1930 Wahl Eversharp Oversize Equipoised Gold Seal Personal Point Signature LF in Jade. Rollerball clip. GFT, including the three cap bands with the center Greek-key band. Fine nib! A hint of ambering here and there, otherwise near mint.
$550
84
1930 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised Golds Seal Personal Point Signature LF in Black & Pearl. Rollerball clip. GFT. Extra-fine nib. I’ll call this “user grade” because of some overall ambering, more pronounced near the top of the cap.
$150
85
1931 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised Gold Seal Personal Point Signature LF in Tunis (Red Marble). Rollerball clip. GFT, including the three cap bands with the center Greek-key band. Fine, semi-flexible nib. Near-mint+.
$450
Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 9
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1932 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised LF set in Black. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200
87
1932 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set. Near mint.
Set
88
1932 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised LF set in Brazilian Green (Green & Bronze). GFT. Extra-fine, flexible. Near mint+
$250
89
1932 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
90
1932 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised LF in Flamingo (perhaps the rarest color). GFT. Extra-fine nib. Some cap band brassing, otherwise near mint.
$300

Note that the following are a little larger.

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1932 Note that the following are a little larger. Wahl Eversharp Equipoised LF set in Black & Pearl. GFT. Extra-fine, flexible nib. Near mint
$250
92
1932 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set. Mint with original label.
Set
93
1932 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised LF in Black. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint
$150
94
1932 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised LF in Jade. Fine nib. User grade due to lever and cap lip brassing.
$100
95
1932 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised LF in Flamingo (perhaps the rarest color). GFT. Fine nib. Near mint.
$375
96
1932 Wahl Eversharp Equipoised LF in Green Marble.. GFT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+.
$200
Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 10
97
1935 Wahl Eversharp Stream-line Light-weight Pneumatic (bulb-fill) set in Red with Black Web. Unscrewing the blind cap reveals a rubber bulb which is pressed 6-times to fill the barrel. GFT. Part of the Doric line of pens, designed for stenographers. Fine nib. Near mint+
$400
98
1935 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
99
1935 Wahl Eversharp Stream-line Light-weight Pneumatic (bulb-fill) set in Green with Black Web. Unscrewing the blind cap reveals a rubber bulb which is pressed 6-times to fill the barrel. Part of the Doric line of pens, designed for stenographers. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$400
100
1935 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
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101
1935 Wahl Eversharp Doric LF in Blue Pearl Web. NPT. Visualated barrel. Fine Nib. Near mint+
$375
102
1938 Wahl Eversharp Pacemaker LF in Blue Pearl with Black pinstriping. Very Art-Deco! Introduced as the low-cost version of the all-metal Coronet line. Made in Red, Blue, Brown, Black and Green. GFT. Visualated gripping-section. Broad, italic nib. Near mint.
$250
103
  Wahl Eversharp Pacemaker Thin set LF in Green Pearl with Black pinstriping. See above for more information. GFT. Visualated gripping section. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$300
104
  Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set
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105
1942 Wahl Eversharp Skyline Gold Award LF in Vermeil (gold-fill on sterling silver). The barrel is not signed “vermeil” but we know the metal is sterling silver on all the Gold Awards because brass was going to the war effort. Medium nib. Near mint. Will polish on request.
$300
106
1943 Wahl Eversharp Fifth Avenue LF in Black. This was Wahl’s answer to the Parker 51, with it’s hooded nib and gold-filled slip-cap. It was very popular at the time, but couldn’t capture the market share from the 51 that it was hoping to. Medium (wet) nib.
$125
107
1943 Wahl Eversharp 6?4 Fifth Avenue LF set in Black with “6?4″ factory imprinted on both 14k caps. Martin L. Strauss bought the shaky Wahl Co. in 1939 and by the early 1940’s, with its sponsorship of the radio show “Take it or Leave It,” the phrase “The $64 Question” and the Eversharp Pen Company were both known coast to coast. Strauss sold tens of millions of dollars of Skyline and Fifth Avenue pen and pencil sets. It’s believed that the sets which have solid gold caps factory imprinted “6?4” (like this example) were not sold but were awarded as prizes on the radio show, and are extremely rare. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box (box worn and threadbare). Photo of set with packaging.
$350
107A
1943 Wahl Eversharp twist-activated pencil for above set.
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Modern Montblanc Pens - Mint-in-the-Box

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 11
108
2005 Montblanc144R Classique C/C in Burgundy. GPT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers . Photo of pen with packaging.
$250
109
2005 Montblanc Classique Doue Meisterstuck FTN C/C in Black. Pinstriped Sterling Silver cap. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers . Photo of pen with packaging. Photo of pen with packaging.
$425
110
2010 Montblanc146 Classique PIF in Black. Platinum-plate trim. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers, outer box, nib size label on barrel. Photo of pen with packaging.
$550
111
2010 Montblanc Boheme cartridge-fill retractable-nib pen in Black. GPT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers and outer box. Photo of pen with packaging.
$375
112
2015 Montblanc M Special Edition C/C in Red acrylic. Introduced in partnership with Marc Newson to help fight AIDs. For every purchase from the line 5 EURO 5 was donated. The pen has both a magnetic cap closure and a snap mechanism. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers, outer sleeve, nib size label on barrel. Writing on the outer sleeve. Photo of pen with packaging.
$450
113
2015 Montblanc Starwalker C/C in Midnight Black. Floating star in cap top. Rose-gold trim & section . Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers, outer box, nib size label on barrel. Photo of pen with packaging.
$475
114
2015 Montblanc 145 Meisterstuck LeGrande Solitaire PIF in White Lacquer. Platinum-plate trim. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers, outer box, nib size label on barrel. Photo of pen with packaging.
$800
115
2016 Montblanc 149 PIF. Platinum-plate trim. Broad nib. Mint in box with papers, outer box, nib size label on barrel. Photo of pen with packaging.
$600
116
2016 Montblanc Rouge et Noir Special Edition Heritage Collection PIFin Coral. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers, outer box and outer sleeve. Photo of pen with packaging.
$550
117
2017 Montblanc149 PIF. Rose-Gold trim. Medium/broad nib.New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers and outer box. Photo of pen with packaging.
$625

A Page of Miscellaneous Modern Fountain Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 12
118
2000 Lamy 2000 PIF in Black, fibreglass reinforced Makrolon. Visualated barrel. Stainless steel clip. Platinum coated 14K double-broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150
119
1989 Parker “George Bush” Inaugural Duofold Centennial cartridge/converter-fill in Black. George Bush’s signature on the side of the cap and the inauguration presidential-vice presidential seal on the cap-top. Medium nib. New-old-stock, mint in wooden Parker box with outer box, but not the original box for the pen. Photo of pen with packaging.
$400
120
1969 Parker 61 Presidential ‘CARIOQUINHA’ capillary-fill in 18K Gold in “Alternating Barley & Plain Panels.” Turquoise gripping section The clip markings (“18K” and “CP” in an oval), attribute the cap and barrel to the famous Rio De Janeiro, Brazil goldsmith, Celestino Praça. In the 1950/60’s Praça was already very well known for his fabulous 18K Parker 51 caps & barrels when the 61 was introduced. Because the 61 itself did not sell as well as the 51, he made very few 61 cap & barrel combinations. This scarcity enhances it’s value today. New-old-stock. The gold soldering of the pointed crown onto the cap-top is a little crude. This is typical of Praça’s 18K Parker 61s, but I want to avoid surprises when you receive the pen. 
$500
121
1992 Pelikan New Classic P395 C/C in Gold-plate Barley. Two-toned 18C broad nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$100
122
2000 Pelikan M800 PIF in Black. GPT. Visualated barrel. Two-tone 18C fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Buy with matching K800 ballpen, item #139 below, at $300.
$225
123
1955 50C Aerometric-fill in Black with original label in Thai and translates to “Pilot.”  GPT. GP nib, imprinted “Pilot Made in Japan Super Quality.” New-old-stock. Mint. Two available: A. Extra-fine nib; B. Fine nib.
$50
124
2005 Pilot Ecrino C/C in Burgundy. CPT. Gold-plate, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included. Discontinued prior to 2008.
$50
125
2005 Pilot Ecrino C/C in Dark Blue. GPT. Gold-plate, medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included. Discontinued prior to 2008.
$50
126
1980 Sailor 1911 Young Profit C/C in Black Matte. GFT. “TIGP M-F” nib (Titanium Gold-Plate medium-fine). New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included.
$115
127
2000 Sheaffer Legacy 848-0 Touchdown or cartridge-fill in Sterling Silver Barleycorn. GFT. 18K broad/double-broad left-oblique nib (shaped like left foot). New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers, cellophane sleeve, cartridges (dry), polishing cloth and outer sleeve. Photo of pen with packaging.
$150
128
2010 Yard-O-Led Sterling Silver Grande Retro Standard C/C in Black Diamond chased Acrylic with Sterling Silver fittings. 18K fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Converter included. Will polish the sterling silver trim on request.
$250

A Page of Modern Ball Pens (and a Pencil)

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 13
129
1964 Parker Jotter Silvercraft button-activated Ball Pen – Pencil Set in Blue with chrome-plate “New York Fair 1964-1965” overlay and Lustraloy (brushed stainless steel) cap. Barrel also has the World’s Fair Globe logo. New-old-stock. Each mint in original box. Refill included. Photo of set with packaging.
$125
130
1964 Parker Jotter Silvercraft twist-activated Pencil in Blue with chrome-plate “New York Fair 1964-1965” overlay and Lustraloy (brushed stainless steel) cap. Barrel also has the Globe logo. New-old-stock. Mint in original box.
Set
131
2000 Dupont Thin Ballpen 45274 in Black Lacquer (including down the center of the clip) and GP. Twist-activated. New-old-stock. Mint in box. Refill included. Photo of pen with packaging.
$100
132
1973 Montblanc Ballpen N. 782 in Black with Brushed Steel nozzle. The activation lever is in the center of the clip. CPT. New-old-stock. Mint. Refills readily available (one included).
$125
133
1975 Montblanc Traveler Button-activated Ballpen in Blue with brushed metal top. New-old-stock. Mint. Refills readily available. One included.
$100
134
1978 Montblanc Slimline Ballpen in Matte Stainless Steel. Button-activated. New-old-stock. Mint. Refills readily available. One included
$100
135
1980 Montblanc Noblesse 2-color Ballpen in Silvexa (Brushed Steel). New-old-stock. Mint. Refills readily available (one of each color included)..
$100
136
1965 Parker Classic Ballpen-Pencil Cisele (crosshatch) set in Vermeil (gold-plate on sterling silver). Button-activated. Near min
$300
137
1965 Parker button-activated Pencil for above set.
Set
138
1993 Parker Insignia Ballpen in Matte Stainless Steel. Twist-activated. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$25
139
2000 Pelikan K800 Ballpen in Black. Twist-activated. GPT. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included. Buy with matching M800 fountain pen, item #122 above, at $300.
$100
140
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.
$100
141
1970 Waterman CF Ballpen in “Argent Massif” (Solid Silver) in a gorgeous “hand cut” geometric pattern. New-old-stock. Mint in box. Refills available. One included. Photo of pen with packaging.
$200

A Page of Prototypes and “Dummy” Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 14
142
1935 Chilton Wingflow “Dummy” in Black. GFT. A set of window display pens with no nibs, mechanisms, etc. Designed to show the new inlaid design Chilton was introducing for their Wingflow line. One pen says “ITS” and the other says “NEW.” A wonderful and very rare piece of ephemera. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400
143
1935 Chilton Wingflow Dummy pen for above set.
Set
144
1970 Parker 75 Prototype in Sterling Silver Cisele (Crosshatch) pattern. Faux diamond in cap-top and engraved six-pointed star in the barrel tasse (shades of Montblanc!). Functioning pen with fine nib. Near mint. I have left the original patina.
$500
145
1970 Parker 75 Prototype in Sterling Silver Cisele (Crosshatch) pattern. Transparent gripping section, still with prototype shop label, with white collector inside.  “63″ (extra-fine) nib.  Original converter included.  I have left the original patina. Important note: this is a pen with a prototype ink collector within the transparent gripping section which made it from concept in Parker’s Engineering Department through their Prototype Shop.  We don’t know if the design of this collector was ever actually tested and, if it was, whether or not it was successful.  You are purchasing a rare, likely one-of-a kind, piece of Parker history.  Please do not expect to be able to use the pen.  In fact, should it be filled, the pen cannot be returned.
$500
146
1970 Parker 75 Prototype in Sterling Silver Cisele (Crosshatch) pattern. Very likely a prototype filling system. It has a transparent gripping section. Inside is a short collector which allows the feed to be visible. The bottom side of the collector is the shape of a cartridge/converter nipple, except is several times larger than the standard nipple. Was Parker experimenting with a different cartridge/converter design, or was this to couple with a different filling system altogether!?! The transparent gripping section and it’s inside components are very interesting indeed! Medium nib. Near mint. I have left the original patina. Important note: this is a pen with a prototype ink collector within the transparent gripping section which made it from concept in Parker’s Engineering Department through their Prototype Shop.  We don’t know if the design of this collector was ever actually tested and, if it was, whether or not it was successful.  You are purchasing a rare, likely one-of-a kind, piece of Parker history.  Please do not expect to be able to use the pen.  In fact, should it be filled, the pen cannot be returned.
$500
147
1975 Parker 75 Prototype Ballpen in green plastic with a brushed finish. GFT. Cap-activated. Near mint. Has original Parker “T-Ball” refill (dry).
$200
148
1972 1972 Parker Prototype T-1 Felt-Tip in brushed Stainless Steel (perhaps an “S-1″ rather than a “T-1.”) No red jewels in the ends, the cap top with a dished tasse. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Original unused Also uses the Parker roller-ball refill (included).
$145
149
1954 Parker 61 Prototype “Wick-fill” in Black. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap with GF clip and barrel tasse (the cap design is unique to 61 prototypes). Inlaid in the barrel tasse is a stainless steel mesh screen. The barrel end is put into the ink and the wick draws ink into the barrel through the screen. Hooded nib (fine), no arrow in the shell. Was test marketed by Parker with the ultimate decision to market the model with the capillary wick, accessed by removing the barrel. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400
150
1954 Parker 61 Prototype Pencil in Black. Cap-activated. GF band just above the CP Nozzle. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap with prototype CP clip. New-old-stock. Mint.
$100

Vintage Pens - Alphabetical

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 15
151
1936 Chilton Wingflow 1786 Pneumatic-fill in Black with Gold-filled inlay in both the cap and barrel. The repeating pattern (once on the cap; twice on the barrel) is a large geometric curving “Y.” One of the rarest patterns. Extra-fine/fine nib. Near mint..
$575
152
1949 Kaweco Diaphan 85/0 PIF in Grey Pearl with Black ends. GFT. Visualated barrel. Fine, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175
153
1938 Mabie Todd Blackbird SM1/60 LF in Black Chased HR. Beautiful, deep, crisp, horizontal bands of chasing. Mabie Todd & Co. “Clipper” accommodation clip. Fine, extra-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175
154
1938 Mabie Todd Blackbird BB2/60 LF Black Chased HR. Beautiful, deep, crisp, horizontal bands of chasing. “Made in Japan” accommodation clip. Unusual BHR lever, Medium, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$200
155
1951 Omas 361 PIF in Burgundy. Has a unique two-sided fine nib; one side stiff, the other side flexible. Near mint.
$400
156
1964 Pilot Button-activated C/C in Stainless Steel and Black. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Converter included.
$175
157
1966 Pilot Button-activated C/C in Stainless Steel and Black. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original barrel label. Converter included. Two available, the second with a label with all writing worn off, at $200.
$225
158
1940 Soennecken 1306 PIF in Grey Pearl Web (rare color). GFT. Sunburst “S” on derby. Visualated barrel. Medium, semi-flexible nib. Wear to the cap-top, otherwise near mint+
$400
159
1954 Soennecken 111 Superior PIF in Silver Grey Herringbone GFT. Has the famous “Click filling” mechanism. Medium, flexible nib. Visualated barrel. Near mint
$750
160
1904 Weidlich & Simpson #2 Simplofiller Match-fill in Red Mottled Hard Rubber. Barrel imprint, “THE SIMPLOFILLER, PAT. AUG. 2 ’04.” 14C cap band. Medium nib. The top of the cap has the “matchstick” used to fill the pen by depressing the bladder through the hole in the barrel. A little band wear, otherwise near mint. [Note 3/31/21: I discovered the cap lip has been professionally replaced and the cap band hides the seam. Because of this we have reduced the price from $250 to $150.]
$150

A Page of Vintage Conklin

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 16
161
1918 Conklin #3 Crescent-fill in gold-filled “$ Curves” pattern with Engine-turned pinstripe rectangles. Beautiful and rare pattern! Matching gold-filled lock-ring. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint.
$900
162
1918 Conklin 2 Crescent-fill in gold-filled “Alternating Filigree & Pinstripe” panels on Black Hard Rubber. Fine, triple-flexible nib. Extremely minor signs of use, otherwise near mint.
$900
163
1920 Conklin #3 CF ring-top in 14K solid-gold “Fully-ringed” pattern. Cap, barrel and press-bar all marked “14K.” 14K Conklin’s are exceptionally rare. Cap indicia engraved, “L.E.F.” Medium, flexible nib. A number of dents on the barrel below the lock-ring, otherwise near mint. In box. Photo of pen with packaging.
$300
164
1920 Conklin #3 CF in GREEN gold-filled in the “Hand Engraved Vine” pattern. Matching gold-filled filler lock-ring. Cap indicia engraved in Olde-English “M.H.O’B.” Fine, flexible nib. Minor surface wear and a few scratches to the back of the filler crescent, otherwise near mint in box. Photo of pen with packaging.
$400
165
1920 Conklin #3 CF in gold-filled in the “Hand Engraved Vine” pattern. Matching GF lock ring. Cap indicia engraved in Olde-English “M.E.R..” Medium, extra-flexible nib. A few minor surface mars here and there, otherwise near mint in box. Photo of pen with packaging.
$450
166
1922 Conklin #3 CF in Gold-filled in “Ribbon” (Pinstriped Panels) pattern. Rare, first-year model, with the cap threads at the nib end of the gripping section (made only in 1922). In the second year they were moved to the top of the metal barrel. Matching GF lock ring. Cap indicia engraved in block letters, “G.E.K.” Fine nib. Minor surface scratching to the posting knob, otherwise near mint in original box. Photo of pen with packaging.
$250
167
1922 Conklin #3 thin Crescent-fill in gold-filled “Gothic” (Squares & Panels) pattern. Matching gold-filled lock ring. Early model with section threads at the front end of the section, just below the nib. Made only early 1922. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Cap indicia lightly engraved in script: “M.G.” Near mint.
$400
168
1923 Conklin #2 Crescent-fill in gold-filled “Gothic” (Squares & Panels) pattern. Matching gold-filled lock ring. Medium/broad nib. A few very minor dings, otherwise near mint.
$450
169
1925 Conklin #2 LF in Black Chased Hard Rubber. GFT. Conklin was famous for the “Crescent-filler” (“will never roll off your desk”) but was losing market share to the lever-fill Sheaffer pen. They decided to market a lever-fill pen (the first model being the Duragraph in 1923). Medium/fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$150
170
1931 Conklin Nozac 14-sided PIF in Green Pearl with Black Veins. GFT, including the chased cap band and “Rocker” clip. Fine nib. Near mint+.
$450

Two Pages of Vintage (Beautiful Black) Montblanc Pens & Pencils

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 17
171
1922 Montblanc #1 Long lever-fill in BHR. Rare clip (nickle-plate).Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+
$750
172
1922 Montblanc #1 Short lever-fill in BHR. NPT. Fine, flexible nib. Near mint+
$600
173
1935 Montblanc #124 Meisterstuck Push Knob-fill in BHR. A very rare clone of the Model #30, made for only one year. GFT. Fine nib. Some barrel imprint wear (no wear to the cap imprint), otherwise near mint.
$1200
174
1930 Montblanc #30 Masterpiece Push Knob-fill in BHR. Rarer, early MB “Teardrop” clip. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$1200
175
1935 Montblanc #25 Meisterstuck Push Knob-fill in BHR. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$800
176
1935 Montblanc #4 button-fill in BHR. Besides “MONT//\\BLANC” the cap is also imprinted “Stoffhaus,” for Montblanc’s 1930’s boutique. GFT. Medium/broad, flexible nib. Near mint.
$600
177
1937 Montblanc #333 ½ PIF in Black. Visualated barrel window. GFT. Broad nib. A little wear to the lacquer near the bottom of the barrel, otherwise near mint.
$300
178
1940 Montblanc 132 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. This example has the rarer, longer visualated barrel window, with perfect black pinstriping. GFT. Two-tone, fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$800
179
1944 Montblanc 132 Meisterstuck PIF in Black. This example has the shorter visualated barrel window, with perfect black pinstriping. GFT. Two-tone, fine nib. Near mint+
$500
180
1943 Montblanc #334 ½ PIF in Black. Long visualated barrel window. Short model pen. GFT. Wartime model with cap bands chased into the barrel (rather than applied metal) cap bands and alloy nib (broad/double-broad). Near mint+
$300
Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 18
181
1955 Montblanc 146 PIF in Black Celluloid (pre-precious resin). Visualated barrel window with perfect pin-striping. GFT. Fine, semi-flexible nib. Near mint+.
$900
182
1955 Montblanc 146 PIF in Black Celluloid (pre-precious resin). Visualated barrel window with perfect pin-striping. GFT. Double-broad, oblique nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$1100
183
1955 Montblanc 142 PIF in Black Celluloid (pre-precious resin). Visualated barrel window with perfect pin-striping. GFT. Medium, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint with original barrel label.
$550
184
1957 Montblanc 342 PIF in Black. Visualated barrel. GFT. Broad, oblique nib. Near Mint+
$200
185
1959 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. The earliest and rarest of the “Precious Resin” MB 149s. Visualated barrel window. GPT. 3-tone 18C fine nib. Near mint+
$1350
186
1969 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. Visualated barrel window. GPT. 3-tone 18C medium nib. Near mint+
$750
187
1975 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. Visualated barrel window. GPT. 2-tone 14C fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint+ .
$850
188
1985 Montblanc 149 PIF in Black. Visualated barrel window. GPT. 2-tone 14K medium/fine nib. Near mint+ .
$650
189
1985 Montblanc 146 PIF in Black. A rare year for the MB 146. Blue visualated barrel window. GPT. 14K medium/fine nib. Near mint+ .
$450

Two Pages of Parker 51 Pens and Pencils ( with a ball pen thrown in for good luck)

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 19
190
1941 Parker 51 First -year Vacumatic-fill in Black. Medium, italic nib. Some wear to the blind cap imprint (partially readable) and a micro scuff to the cap, otherwise near mint.
$300
191
1944 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Midnight Blue. GF cap in alternating 4-pinstripes and plain panels. Medium/fine nib. Near mint+
$200
192
1944 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Dove Grey. Parker 51 sterling silver cap which has been custom modified by Torelli into a smooth sterling silver “window pane” design (a few very minor scuffs noticeable with a loop). Fine nib. Near mint.
$350
193
1945 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Cedar Blue (rare). Double-jeweled.1/10 14K alternating 9-pinstripe panels cap with a wonderful sterling silver Masonic applique below the clip (extremely rare). Fine nib. Near mint+
$425
194
1946 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Black. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. Medium (wet) nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175
195
1946 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Black. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. Broad, oblique nib. Near mint+.
$225
196
1946 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill in Black. Rare 1/10 12K GF cap with 8 equidistant horizontally chased bands. Medium (wet) nib. I’m going to call this one “user grade, due to a little barrel imprint wear (almost all readable) and some wear to the cap (no brassing, but the horizontal bands aren’t as crisp as are found on a more mint cap. If you like a wet nib as a daily user, this could be the pen for you. .
$150
197
1947 Parker 51 Vacumatic set in Black. 14K smooth solid gold caps, barrel tasse and pencil nozzle. Double jeweled. Fine nib. Slightest barrel imprint wear (full and easily readable). Near mint in original box. Photo of set with packaging.
$800
198
1947 Parker 51 Black twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
199
1948 Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill set in Dove Grey. Rare, brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) “Stacked Coin” caps. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$250
200
1948 Parker 51 twist-activated pencil for above set.  The pens during this time are acrylic and the pencils are celluloid.  While the acrylic pen does not discolor, the celluloid pencil does discolor over time, to a shade of green, but is original to the pen.  eMail if you would like only the pen. 
Set
Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 20
201
1949 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill Demi set in Cocoa. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) caps. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint with perfectly clear plyglass sac.
$200
202
1949 Parker 51 cap-activated pencil for above set.
Set
203
1949 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill set in Plum (rare). Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) caps. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint with perfectly clear plyglass sac.
$450
204
1949 Parker 51 cap-activated pencil for above set.
Set
205
1950 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill Flighter set in Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel). Rare “bandless” model. GF clips. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint with perfectly clear plyglass sac.
$400
206
1950 Parker 51 “Liquid Lead” pencil for above set. Comes with its original refill (dry).
Set
207
1951 Parker 51 Demonstrator cap-activated Ballpen in clear acrylic. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. Comes with its original “T-Ball” refill. I’ll include a modern refill as well on request. Near mint+
$325
208
1951 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Teal Blue. Rare 1/10 12K GF cap with 8 equidistant horizontally chased bands. Medium/fine nib. Near mint.
$450
209
1952 Parker 51 Aerometric-fill in Forrest Green. 1/10 12K GF cap in the “5-converging lines” pattern. Medium/broad nib. Near mint+ with original barrel label and perfectly clear plyglass sac.
$250
210
1952 Parker 51 cap-activated pencil for above set.
Set
211
2000 Ariel Kullock reproduction of the Parker 51 Vacumatic-fill Demonstrator in clear acrylic. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. Medium/fine nib. Near mint..
$175

A Page of Vintage Parker Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 21
212
1920 Parker #25 Jack Knife Safety BF in BHR. The smooth BHR model is much rarer than the chased version. NPT. Lucky Curve #5 nib (fine, semi-flexible). Near mint.
$600
213
1920 Parker #24 Jack Knife Safety BF with BAKELITE barrel and BHR cap. Excruciatingly rare! NPT. Parker Lucky Curve #4 nib (extra-fine). New-old-stock. Mint.
$950
214
1920 Parker # 25 ½ BF in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Substantially rarer than the longer model! NPT. Lucky Curve #5 nib (medium/fine, triple-flexible). Near mint.
$650
215
1923 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Cardinal Hard Rubber. Rare second year model with the MEDIUM size imprint. GFT. Medium, italic nib. New-old-stock. Near mint+
$750
216
1928 Duofold Sr. BF in Lapis. Almost impossible to find in such wonderful color. A very rare model variation, with less than a handful known. Barrel imprint reads,” ‘PARKER DUOFOLD Sr. PAT 25-4-11 PARKER PEN CO. OF JANESVILLE WIS.” According to Zazove’s Duofold book (p. 133) this was a rare imprint variation only used for export. GFT. Fine nib. Slight color variation where the barrel was covered by the cap, otherwise new-old-stock. Mint.
$950
217
1930 Duofold Sr. Deluxe BF in Black & Pearl. GFT. Fine nib. Almost impossible to find in mint and outstanding color without a hint of ambering!
$1250
218
1930 Parker Duofold Sr. BF in Sea Green Pearl. One of the rarer colors. GFT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$550
219
1932 Parker Golden Arrow ring-top Pencil in Black. In July 1932 Parker test marketed the first Vacumatic pen, called the “Golden Arrow.” The name was used only for 5 months for the test marketing. When Parker formally introduced the pen to market in March, 1933, they renamed it the “Vacuum Filler.”Fifteen months later the name changed again. This one stuck: the “Vacumatic.” Very few Golden Arrow pencils have been found. This one with an original label marked “66″ and “3″ (perhaps part of tracking the test marketing). GFT. The nozzle turns to propel and repel the lead (rather than the top half of the pencil, as later became the Parker norm). Near mint+.
$450
220
1937 Parker Vacumatic Pencil with the rare raised letter band reading “VACUMATIC.” Quite a rare model! Near mint+.
$400
221
1938 Parker Royal Challenger BF set in Red Herringbone. Visualated section. GFT. Fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$400
222
1938 Parker twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set

A Page of Vintage Sheaffer Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 22
223
1922 Sheaffer #2 LF ring-top in “Hand-Painted Mosaic” on gold-filled. Hand-painted Sheaffer’s are excruciatingly rare! Fine nib New-old-stock. Mint
$300
224
1922 Sheaffer Lifetime Flat-top Large LF in Black & Pearl. A slightly darker shade of pearl (it’s too perfectly even, top to bottom, cap & barrel, to be ambering). GFT. Medium/fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with original label on the bottom of the barrel. Photo of pen with packaging.
$700
225
1925 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Oversize (extra-long) LF in Jade. Outstanding color! GFT. Extra-smooth, fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$800
226
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance Large LF in Golden Striped. GFT. Visualated section. Two-toned, fine nib. Near mint+
$300
227
1937 Sheaffer Lifetime Balance LF in Black. GFT. Extra-fine/fine nib. Near mint.
$100
228
1950 Sheaffer Triumph Crest Touchdown-fill in Black with Pinstriped gold-filled cap. Two-toned, Triumph wrap-around nib (medium)Visualated section. New-old-stock. Mint with original label.
$195
229
1950 Sheaffer Ball Pen Demonstrator in Clear Acrylic. GFT. “Clip” operated: depress the bottom to propel refill, press at the white star to repel refill. New-old-stock. Mint. Refill included.
$125
230
1966 Sheaffer Stylist 404C C/C Brushed Chrome. The first new Sheaffer introduced by Textron. Note the white dot was replaced by a white “S” (they soon returned to the white dot). Made to write two different line widths (fine & extra-fine), depending on which side of the triangular shaped “dual point” section the writer used (imitated by Parker in 1979 as their Model “180”). Spring loaded rocker clip. New-old-stock. Mint.
$100
231
1968 Sheaffer Brown Onyx Desk Set. 3.5″ x 3″ Brown striated Onyx base with Brown trumpet and matching LF pen. Two-tone, fine, Feather-Touch nib. New-old-stock. Mint in box with papers. Photo of set with packaging.
$95

Three Pages of Vintage Waterman Pens

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 23
232
1900 Waterman 6 Taper Cap ED in Black “Diamond” chased HR. Smooth cap. Pre-Globe imprint. NPT (clip added as an accessory 10 years or so later). Extremely rare “Horseshoe vent” nib (fine, flexible). Near mint.
$800
233
1900 Waterman 4 Straight holder ED in Black Lined Hard Rubber (rare chasing: alternating pinstriped and plain panels with formed chevrons within the pinstriping). Pre-Globe imprint. Barrel with (2) GF chased bands. Extremely rare “Horseshoe vent” nib (fine, triple-flexible nib!). A touch of brassing to the bottom barrel band, otherwise near mint.
$600
234
1902 Waterman 2 Straight Holder ED in Black Chased Hard Rubber. Very rare “Star” nib, which replaced the “Horseshoe” nib. Fine, extra-flexible nib. First year of the “Globe” imprint. A tad of wear to the bottom line of the barrel imprint, otherwise near mint.
$400
235
1902 Waterman 12 1/2S Safety ED in Black Chased HR. Earliest model, where the nib moves straight up and down from the barrel (in later model Safety pens the nib spirals up and down). First year of the Globe logo. Fine, extra-flexible nib. NP clip (1910 patent) retrofitted later. New-old-stock. Mint. Incredible condition for a 120 year old pen!
$250
236
1905 Waterman 12S Safety ED in Red Mottled HR (very rare). NP signed Waterman accommodation clip. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Cap imprint is perfect, but the center part of the barrel imprint is considerably worn and not readable. Otherwise near mint+
$300
237
1907 Waterman 24 Taper Cap ED in Red Mottled Hard Rubber (extremely rare). Fine, flexible nib. Globe imprint. Some imprint wear (almost all readable), otherwise near mint.
$800
238
1910 Waterman Signagraph ED in smooth BHR. Quite rare! The Signagraph was a device used to hand sign multiple checks at once. More information and a photo can be found here: https://gopens.com/the-waterman-signagraph/. Note the mounting hardware on the pen. Broad nib. Near mint.
$125
239
1917 Waterman 0712 ED in Black Chased HR. The “07″ in the model number denotes a gold-filled barrel band. Wide Floral-chased barrel band. Medium, flexible nib. Near mint+
$150
240
1917 Waterman 42 ½V Vest–Pocket Safety ED ring-top in Black Chased HR. Meant to be worn on a Chatelaine or on the end of a watch chain. GF ring. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Shown open with nib propelled.
$125
241
1917 Waterman 742 ½ Safety ED ring-top in Black Chased HR. The “7″ designates solid-gold trim. 14K barrel band and clip. Stub, italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint. Shown open with nib propelled.
$350
242
1915 Waterman 17 ED in Black Chased HR. With it’s #7 nib, one of the rarest size Watermans (along with any Waterman #3 size pen). Medium, extra-flexible nib. Several teeth marks at the cap-top, otherwise near mint+.
$1250
Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 24
243
1923 Waterman 52 LF set in BCHR. NPT. Stub nib. Near mint+
$225
244
1923 Waterman twist-activated pencil for above set.
Set
245
1923 Waterman 55 LF in BCHR. NPT. Extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint
$350
246
1925 Waterman 52 1/2V Vest-pocket LF set in Red Ripple. Meant to be carried in a vest pocket or in the side pouch in a pocketbook. GFT, including the very rare cap-tops. May have been a special model for jewelry stores. Medium, semi-flexible nib. Near mint+
$225
247
1925 Waterman twist-activated Pencil for above set.
Set
248
1925 Waterman 52 1/2V Vest-pocket LF set in Cardinal. Meant to be carried in a vest pocket or Save & Exit in the side pouch in a pocketbook. GFT, including the very rare cap-tops. May have been a special model for jewelry stores. Fine, extra-flexible nib. Near mint
$295
249
1925 Waterman twist-activated Pencil for above set.
Set
250
1925 Waterman 56V LF in smooth BHR (rare size). GFT. Fine, italic, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$350
251
1925 Waterman 52 1/2V Vest-pocket ring-top LF in Cardinal. Meant to be carried on a chatelaine or in a vest pocket on a watch chain. Sometimes also used with a tasse for a dance card (more often a smaller pen or a pencil). GFT. Extra-fine nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$125
252
1925 Waterman 52 1/2V Vest-pocket LF in Red Ripple. Meant to be carried in a vest pocket or in the side pouch in a pocketbook. GFT, including the rare signed Waterman accommodation clip. . Medium, semi-flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175
253
1928 Waterman 52V LF Set in Olive Ripple (rare color). Waterman introduced colored ripple pens while other manufacturers were switched to colored celluloid. The colored ripples failed in the marketplace and are very rare today. GFT. Medium nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$600
254
1928 Waterman twist-activated Pencil for above set.
Set
Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 25
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1932 Waterman #2 size Glass Cartridge-fill pen in Black. Waterman was an innovator in cartridge-fill pens (Although Eagle might be the company to introduce them first). GFT. Extra-fine nib. Comes with two original glass cartridges which can be refilled for use with a syringe. Near mint.
$250
256
1935 Waterman 7 LF in Emerald-Ray. Extremely Art-Deco, with its cross-hatch design. Medallion with the Waterman “Globe” logo is inset into the bottom of the barrel. Signed “Red” color-coded nib (medium, flexible). GFT. New-old-stock. Mint.
$600
257
1935 Waterman ink-Vue Standard LF in Emerald-Ray. Extremely Art-Deco, with its cross-hatch design. Medallion with the Waterman “Globe” logo is inset into the bottom of the barrel. This model came in two versions; one with a “stepped” cap-top, the other with a matching Globe medallion inset into the cap-top. This model is the rarer one with the Globe in the cap-top. GFT. Medium italic nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$225
258
1935 Waterman ink-Vue Standard LF in Black.. Extremely Art-Deco, with its cross-hatch design and stepped cap-top. Waterman “Globe” logo is inset into the bottom of the barrel. NPT. Fine, flexible nib. New-old-stock. Mint.
$175
259
1941 Waterman Nurse’s LF set in White Pearl. Two fountain pens and a pencil. One fountain pen with a black band at the cap top (denoting black ink, used during the PM hours). The other with a red band at the cap top (denoting red ink, used during the AM hours). GFT. Fine nibs. New-old-stock. Mint.
$250
260
1941 Waterman second Nurse’s Pen for above set.
Set
261
1941 Waterman twist-activated pencil for above set, still with it’s original model/price label.
Set
262
1941 Waterman 100 Year Lady LF in smooth Translucent Red. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint.
$200
263
1942 Waterman #2 LF in Translucent Blue. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$110
264
1942 Waterman #2 LF in Translucent Red. GFT. Fine nib. Near mint+
$110
265
1946 Waterman Deluxe (Canada) LF in Black. GFT, including the three cap, the middle one wider than the outer bands. Extra-fine/fine nib. The rare nib is imprinted “ROUNDED,” which is designed for a left-handed writer (right-handers can use it also).
$200

Two Dozen Colorful Bottles of Ink (cannot be shipped Internationally)

Vintage Pen Catalog 95 Section 26
266
2015 Noodler’s Private Label Midnight Black. 3 oz. Mint-in-box. [Two available]
$15
267
2015 Noodler ’ s New England Pen Show Boston Brahman Black. 1 oz. Ink stain on label.
$6
268
2017 Noodler ’ s Limited Edition Commonwealth Pen Show Boston Brahman Washable Blue. 1 oz.
$15
269
2015 Noodler’s Luxury Blue. 1 oz. Mint-in-box.
$15
270
2015 Noodler’s Eternal Fox Red. 1 oz. Mint-in-box.
$20
271
2015 Noodler’s Polar Black Waterproof. Freeze resistant ink. 3 oz. Mint-in-Box. .
$20
272
2015 Noodler’s Firefly Yellow Highlighter. 3 oz. (1.5 oz remaining). In-box
$10
273
2015 Noodler’s Eel Blue (the lubricated version of Blue). 3 ox. Mint-in-box. [Two available] 
$15
274
2015 Noodler’s Legal Lapis. 3 oz. Mint-in-box
$15
275
2015 Noodler’s Black (Bulletproof). 3 ox. Mint-in-Box.
$12
276
2015 Noodler ’ s Borealis Black. 4.5 oz with eyedropper. Mint.
$20
277
2015 Noodler’s Upper Ganges. 3.0 oz. Mint-in-box. Label in Hindu!
$15
278
2015 Noodler’s Baystate Blue.. 3 ox. Mint.
$15
279
2000 OMAS ROMA 2000 Le Blue Calligraphy Ink. 2.6 oz
$50
280
2015 J. Herbin Encre Violette Pensee (Pensive Violet).  Named after the flower of the same name.This ink was made of methyl-violet, also used to disinfect wounds. Made in France. 30ml. Mint
$12
281
2015 J. Herbin Encre Bleu Pervenche (Blue Periwinkle). Named after the flower of the same name. Made in France. 30ml. Mint
$12
282
2015 J..Herbin Encre Poussi è re de June (Moondust Purple). Te color of the night when only the crescent moon is glowing in the dark. Made in France. 30ml. Mint
$12
283
2015 J. Herbin Encre Rose Cyclamen (Cyclamen pink) . This color is also a flower of same name. A bold pink with a light touch of purple. Made in France. 30ml. Mint
$12
284
2015 J. Herbin Encre Verte Reseda Green. Reseda is a plant famous for its delightful fragrance. Made in France. 30ml. Mint
$12
285
2015 J. Herbin 1670 Emerald of Chivor. Green-blue ink has intense red sheen and gold flecks. Made in France. 50ml. Mint
$22
286
2015 J. Herbin 1670 Blue Ocean 1670 inks are shimmer inks.. 50ml. Mint
$25
287
2015 J. Herbin 1670 Caroube de Chypre . A dark brown with light red reflections and sparkling gold effect. Older bottle. Made in France. 50ml. Mint
$25
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