Please note that not all the items listed below are both mint and boxed: some are mint and unboxed, others are boxed but not mint, and there may also be items that are new old stock but in less than perfectly pristine condition. More on our condition scale here.
10371: Aikin Lambert eyedropper-filler in box: slender black hard rubber straight-cap with gold filled scroll-pattern barrel overlay; 13.75 cm long, narrow feed, smooth and responsive #1 Aikin Lambert nib writes a boldly calligraphic line. Initials "A.C.W.B." elegantly engraved in indicia.
4251: Ancora glassine envelope: advertising for Duplex pens, 5 x 9.5 cm, printed on both sides, new old stock.
9624: Aurora 88P in box: black piston-filler, 13.75 cm long, chrome plated cap and trim, some plating loss to cap (see detail), good ink window transparency, smooth hooded nib; end plug in filler knob absent, exposing screw head, does not affect function.
10803: Carver & Sons dip pen in box: unmarked gold filled ferrule, removable ebonized wood taper, 15 cm long excluding nib; tipping is chipped off on one side of the large gold nib, which bears the unusual imprint "C/CARVER/&/SONS./7". Carver appears to have been a very small company, based in Amherst, Massachusetts; they received an award in 1870 at the Hampshire Agricultural Society annual exhibition. Unmarked box has been rehinged.
10149: Chilton 57R pneumatic-filler in box: beautiful pristine black and pearl ringtop, 11.3 cm long, gold filled trim with triple "Deco Band" cap bands. Long Island production, appears to be new old stock, sac has been replaced, instructions have some tears, box top rough.
7815: Conklin 40P: black chased hard rubber flat-top vest-pocket crescent-filler, 11.25 cm long, gold filled trim, unusual single narrow cap band, has a #5 nib though should carry a #4; new old stock with price band, has not been resacked or otherwise restored, hard rubber crisp but sun-faded, pen appears to have been dipped, light scratch marks at end of barrel.
7659: Cross stylographic pen: black chased hard rubber eyedropper-filler, 11.9 cm long, thick model with unusual chased cap; crisp and glossy, bold section imprint without patent date, has been converted to a scribing tool -- probably as a means to recycle unused but obsolete old stock (not usable as a pen).
7058: De La Rue Onoto demonstrator: classic British plunger-filler, 13.9 cm long, transparent celluloid barrel with cutaways to show filler piston and ink shutoff; gold plated dummy nib; acquired from an old Australian pen shop.
10852: Edward Todd Duplex combination in box: black hard rubber lever-filler, gold filled trim, pencil end uses 1.1 mm lead; 15.2 cm long, #3 nib has some give but is fairly firm; in original box with instructions.
10094: Eggens Hambler (EHCO) lever-filler: new old stock black chased hard rubber pen, 13.3 cm long, nickel plated trim, original price band ($1.50), crisp and unfaded, original hardened sac has not been replaced (will resac at no extra charge if desired). Four available -- a good quality second-tier New York penmaker.
9625: Esterbrook Safari set in box: grey cartridge-filler, chrome plated trim, with matching .9 mm injector pencil; pen has #1551 nib, comes with 4 cartridges, 2 of which have been used (and which can be refilled, using a syringe); box is excellent, with instruction sheet, condition of set is like new.
10235: Esterbrook ballpoint refills: new old stock in original packaging, not guaranteed to work, sold as display item only. Marked "REORDER NO. C-021".
9497: Eversharp pencil in box: desk pencil (no matching fountain pen), 13.9 cm long, rosewood hard rubber barrel, chrome plated trim, uses 1.1 mm lead; in original box, with Spanish-language instructions. We have acquired a small hoard of these, and though they are new old stock, they have clearly not always been stored in a perfectly dry environment. The steel tip cones have rusted, but can easily be polished down (see photos) or replaced (the tips unscrew, and spares can be taken from other Eversharps). Several available.
10179: Eversharp pencil in box: silver plated, 13.3 cm long, "Check" pattern, very little used but usual age spotting to plating, minor polishing wear; uses 1.1 mm lead, in box with instructions.
10150: Eversharp Skyline Command Performance set in box: classic wartime lever-filler, 13.3 cm long, with matching 1.1 mm injector pencil, both in solid 14K gold; both are engraved but undinged, though pencil has a couple of extremely shallow fleabites if examined closely under reflecting light. Pen is unusual variant with blunt barrel end, deep finger recess at lever end -- weight is nearly 2 grams greater. Nib has a large tip, but behaves like a medium semi-stub. Box includes original price card; guarantee, oddly enough, is for a Fifth Avenue rather than a Skyline set. Asking price is less than $100 over current gold value.
10156: Eversharp lever-filler set in box: blue Symphony-series economy set, pen 13.75 cm long, gold-plated trim, matching 1.1 mm pencil, new old stock, pen stickered, nib gold-plated, fully functional but barrel warped.
10428: Eversharp lever-filler: burgundy Symphony-series economy line pen, 13.8 cm long, gold filled trim, original nib grade sticker, gold plated nib; new old stock, but some shop wear.
10513: Eversharp $5 set in box: black Symphony-series lever-filler with gold-plated cap, matching .9 mm pencil, new old stock, both pieces stickered and in original cellophane sleeves, with both display box and outer sleeve; advertised in late 1949 as "A luxury set at a pre-war price".
9335: Eversharp $5 set in box: black Symphony-series lever-filler with gold-plated cap, matching .9 mm pencil, new old stock, both pieces stickered, with both display box and outer sleeve; sold as found, with original sac still in place; advertised in late 1949 as "A luxury set at a pre-war price".
9334: Eversharp Symphony in box: burgundy ("Dubonnet") lever-filler with gold-plated cap, originally sold with matching .9 mm pencil, but pencil absent; new old stock, stickered and in original cellophane sleeve, with display box and outer sleeve; sold as found, with original sac still in place; advertised in late 1949 as the "$5 set", the pen offered individually at $3.75.
9865: Eversharp Star Reporter ballpoints: 12 new old stock ballpoints, 13.25 cm long, gold filled trim, various colors, in original factory shipping tray. Nonfunctional, as they lack refills; for use with current-production refills, adaptors will be necessary. Retailed at $1 each from the late 1940s to the early 1950s.
10809: Fairchild retracting dip pen in box: black japanned taper, slender gold filled holder is fully marked; 12.1 cm long, #2 Fairchild nib, box is missing one closure eye, has been rehinged.
10807: Grieshaber dip pen in box: slender unmarked gold filled holder with engine turned body, 14.3 cm long excluding ventless gold #2 Grieshaber nib; yellow plush worn almost completely away from exterior of the two-part case. Gold filled holders are much less common than silver.
10815: John Hancock cartridge-filler in box: black hard rubber, 14.2 cm long, gold filled trim, green casein trim band; original black japanned screw-in copper cartridge is present, along with three extras in their metal case. Sealed hairline crack in pen cap does not affect function, runs between cap band and inner cap, not to cap mouth (see details). Pen has name on barrel, some cartridges dented and one has damaged threads at the mouth and will not mount, all cartridges but one still unused with mouth seal intact and ink still inside.
9238: Juco Independent stylographic pen in box: handsome smooth black hard rubber eyedropper-filler, 12.6 cm long, crisp and glossy with bold imprints, gold needle intact; appears never to have been filled, comes in very clean box, with original eyedropper with hardened rubber bulb.
10763: Laughlin stylographic pen in box: black hard rubber eyedropper-filler, 12.2 cm long, evenly worn, mechanically sound with intact needle and tip.
10681: LeBoeuf Unbreakable set in box: ringtop sleeve-filler in lavender pearl, 12.25 cm long, gold filled trim, #4 nib; LeBoeuf pens are prized for their unusual and beautiful materials, and their often spectacular degree of pearlescence. Pen and pencil have engraved initials "A.S.", pen's condition is clean, but pencil is a wreck: mechanism works, but nose cone is missing and celluloid barrel has multiple cracks. LeBoeuf boxes are seldom seen; this one is all the more unusual in having three slots, the third perhaps for a matching pocket knife.
10461: Mabie Todd Swan Military Safety: rare screw-cap black chased hard rubber ink-tablet eyedropper-filler, 14.2 cm long, gold filled overlay. New York production, imprints and chasing crisp, feed shows signs of having been overheated during nib setting but the pen is otherwise like new -- was found as part of a group of mostly new old stock Swans. Plain black hard rubber Swan Militaries are uncommon; examples with overlays are rare.
10205: Mabie Todd Swan set in box: beautiful and solid New York-made lever-filler in 1/5 18K gold filled, 13.1 cm long, crisp rings chasing pattern (usually found on Edward Todd pens, but very uncommon for Mabie Todd). Matching 1.1 mm Fyne Poynt pencil, both pieces bear a neatly engraved 1928-dated inscription on their indicias. Nib is set tight, so writes a very fine line, but the tip is large enough that it could be adjusted to a medium fine if opened up. Set is like new with attractive age toning, no brassing but usual Mabie Todd seam lines visible where end caps soldered on pen.
3719: Mabie Todd No. 20 Cygnet stylographic pen: black hard rubber eyedropper-filler, 10.4 cm long, made in England, spring-loaded needle; new old stock, never filled, ready to use; several available.
6000: Mabie Todd Swallow combination in box: black-veined red and amber pearl bulb-filler, 15 cm long, gold filled trim; late New York production, very flexible Mabie Todd New York nib, uses 1.1 mm lead, pencil mechanism propels and retracts; no brassing, barrel transparency like new, upper cap band shows crimp marks (from original manufacture); original petrified filler bulb has been left in place, to date we have only heard of one other bulb-filling Mabie Todd combo in collectors' hands.
10740: Mabie Todd Swan Leverless: gold filled overlay twist-filler, 13.7 cm long, new old stock; made in England, crisp engine turned panels; overlaid section, #2 Swan nib is a smooth and responsive writer.
10741: Mabie Todd Swan Leverless: gold filled overlay twist-filler, 13.7 cm long, new old stock; made in England, crisp engine turned panels; overlaid section, #2 Swan nib opens up with light pressure for a broad, bold line.
9443: Mabie Todd Fyne Poynt pencil: blue with black cap top, gold filled trim, 11.6 cm long, matches Blackbird pen; made in England, uses 1.1 mm lead, new old stock, minimal shop wear, several available.
9441: Mabie Todd Fyne Poynt pencil: royal blue with gold filled cap, 12.8 cm long, new old stock, uses 1.1 mm lead.
9453: Mabie Todd Fyne Poynt pencil: burgundy, 12.6 cm long, gold filled trim, uses 1.1 mm lead, made in England, new old stock, minimal shop wear.
9495: Mabie Todd Fyne Poynt pencil: deep burgundy, gold filled trim, 12.6 cm long, uses 1.1 mm lead, made in England, new old stock, typical very slight shrinkage at top of cap.
9514: Mabie Todd Fyne Poynt pencil: dark burgundy, chrome plated trim, 12.3 cm long, uses 1.1 mm lead, made in England, new old stock.
9442: Mabie Todd Fyne Poynt pencil: black with gold filled cap, 12.8 cm long, new old stock, uses 1.1 mm lead.
9449: Mabie Todd Fyne Poynt pencil: dark blue, 12.3 cm long, chrome plated trim, uses 1.1 mm lead, made in England, new old stock, minimal shop wear, some dullness to plating; a few available.
9511: Mabie Todd Fyne Poynt pencil: dark green, 12.4 cm long, chrome plated trim, uses 1.1 mm lead, made in England, new old stock.
9438: Mabie Todd Fyne Poynt pencil: grey, 12.3 cm long, chrome plated trim, uses 1.1 mm lead, made in England, new old stock, minimal shop wear, will polish up like new; a few available.
10745: Norma 104 four-color pencil in box: chrome-plated brass, engine turned, 14.4 cm long with tips retracted, uses 1.1 mm lead, made in USA; like new, in cardboard box with instructions.
9940: Parker 15 in box: black hard rubber eyedropper-filler, gold filled filigree cap, pearl slabbed barrel, 13.6 cm long, early production example with rounded ends, hard rubber exposed at cap crown; this pen is fresh out of an estate, and comes in a Parker Christmas box with a handwritten note, stating "Dad gave Mom this pen before they were married". Initials on indicia, some plating wear, but hard rubber is black and glossy, pearl intact and lustrous; keyhole-vent Lucky Curve #3 nib is toothy but in good shape.
7728: Parker 38 in box: legendary black hard rubber eyedropper-filler with overlay of gold filled snakes with green rhinestone eyes; 13.45 cm long, #3 Lucky Curve nib, VV clip with 1907 patent date, no Parker imprints on overlay or hard rubber -- very similar to a Heath-marked snake sold by us some fifteen years ago (Heath made high-end overlays for Parker, Waterman, Conklin, Moore, and others; many Parker overlay pen designs are seen from time to time in unmarked versions bearing Heath nibs).
DATE: c. 1908 • CONDITION: fine • NIB: fine flex • Full details on request
9095: Parker 47 in box: iconic black hard rubber "Pregnant Parker" eyedropper-filler, 13.3 cm long, gold filled trim, nicely colored pearl slabs, #3 Lucky Curve keyhole-vent nib; 1910-dated inscription on cap indicia, box is well worn, with ink stains and spots of wear-through on the cloth exterior. Pen itself is very clean, with no brassing and unfaded hard rubber, noting some scratches on the barrel end, probably from posting the cap. Fresh to the market -- from our personal collection, bought out of an estate over 15 years ago.
9777: Parker 61 in box: black hard rubber eyedropper-filler with full overlay, 12.9 cm long, intact Lucky Curve feed, #3 Lucky Curve nib, very clean condition with strong imprints, no dings, initials "MS" engraved on cap. Described in Parker's 1914 catalog: "Barrel, cap and nozzle entirely covered with 18K gold. There is something about the plainness of this pen that makes it very pleasing to the eye." Cannot guarantee gold content, but no evidence of brassing (old ink in photos of section is not corrosion; has been cleaned off since). Much less common than more ornate contemporary models such as the 62. Box leatherette hinge only partly intact.
10666: Parker Duofold set in box: black striped red and silver pearl Vac-filler, 12.2 cm long, matching pencil uses .9 mm lead; good barrel imprints with 1st quarter date codes on both pen and pencil, though nib code is 1948 and thus a replacement or exchange; fine barrel transparency, lively nib.
5828: Parker 51 pencil lead refills: 12 leads in a stoppered glass tube, 8 cm long, made in England, label reads "for Parker '51'/ROTARY PENCIL", with Parker "halo" mark; many available, all "B" hardness.
8370: Parker Jotter saccharine dispenser: hard to find pocketable sweetener carrier, 11.4 cm long, transparent barrel, brushed steel cap, chrome 45-style clip; new old stock, minimal shop wear.
10297: Parker 61 Jet Flighter in box: English-made cartridge/convertor (squeeze-type metal convertor included), brushed stainless steel cap and barrel, gold plated trim including metal end jewels.
7650: Parker 75 ballpoint manufacturing display: five pieces in sterling silver illustrating different stages of forming a cap, deep-drawing from sheet; the last stage is at final dimensions with the top hole cut, but before application of the imprints and engine turning; from Parker's Janesville factory.
7586: Parker 45 Flighter: stainless steel, chrome plated trim, 13.7 cm long, Octanium alloy nib, uses cartridge or convertor (included), made in USA; new old stock.
7685: Parker Classic Flighter ballpoint: brushed stainless steel, polished chrome clip and actuator button, 13.6 cm long, made in USA, connector threads machined, not stamped; new old stock, part of a large hoard, see our Specials page for quantity discounts.
7651: Parker 75 nib display: five 14K USA production nibs in various stages of completion, to illustrate the process of manufacture; these came to us loose, but could easily be mounted and framed.
10639: Parker 75 Queen Elizabeth in box: limited edition fountain pen made from brass from the famous ocean liner, in less common oversize "treasure chest" brass-bound wooden box, with certificate of authenticity, box key, nib wrench, and spare cartridge (converter installed). Unused, noting handling marks to box.
7552: Parker 180 Flighter: stainless steel cap and barrel, gold plated trim, US-made, includes Aerometric-style slender convertor, 14K gold two-way triangular nib (offers two nib grades in one, with a thinner line when the nib is used inverted); new old stock with original clip tag, several available, please specify desired nib grade(s).
7357: Parker 180 Guirland: gold-plated, made in France, two-way flat gold nib, feed marked "X/M"; one of the less common patterns of one of Parker's lower-production pens; new old stock, includes convertor.
10771: Parker 75 Florence: two-tone vermeil, gold over solid sterling silver, cabochon in clip top; made in France for the Italian market, French and Italian hallmarks plus Italian serial number on side of section. USA 14K nib, section ring with angle indicator lines, old-style metal convertor, pen appears to be new old stock with only light shop wear; one of the most attractive and elegant 75 patterns.
7155: Parker 35 Flighter fiber tip: unusual model, made in France for the French market, stainless steel cap and barrel, gold plated trim, 12.7 cm long; new old stock, original clip tags, stainless covered grip section; fiber tip refills no longer available, but an adapter is included that permits the use of refills taken from BIC ballpoints.
7154: Parker 35 Flighter fiber tip: unusual model, made in France for the French market, stainless steel cap and barrel, gold plated trim, 12.7 cm long; new old stock, black plastic grip section; fiber tip refills no longer available, but includes custom-made adaptor permitting use of refills taken from BIC ballpoints.
9060: Parker Classic ballpoint: dark blue matte finish, gold plated trim, made in USA, "PC" date code, Kiwanis emblem on clip.
8419: Parker Classic Imperial ballpoint: grouped parallel lines pattern, marked "12K G.F. CAP & BARREL", enamel Kiwanis badge on clip; made in USA, "PE" date code, new old stock, four available.
7371: Parker Duofold ballpoint: black and pearl, gold plated trim, made in UK, "T" date code, foil hang tag on clip; in black-finished American maple box within cardboard outer box, including instructions and 1990-dated Platinum Club booklet.
6567: Parker Israel's 50th Duofold Centennial: numbered limited edition of only 500 pieces, in a cherrywood box with inset bronze commemorative medal with matching number; complete with all original packaging and paperwork; we were fortunate enough to acquire a small cache of these very scarce Duofolds, including some with sequential numbers.
10835: Platinum (?) Ever-Ready Sharp pencil in box: chrome plated trim with applied spiral pattern; 13.6 cm long, etched spiral pattern, not sold to the public, commissioned by the Sharp Corporation as a gift item reproducing the appearance of company founder Tokuji Hayakawa's 1915 invention (read more here). Pencil uses .5 mm lead, reportedly made for Sharp by Platinum.
9862: Reform 1745: German-made piston-filler, 13 cm long, gold plated trim, green barrel with black cap and filler knob. Pelikan-style screw-in interchangeable nib unit, two-tone plated steel nib, blue-tinted ink window. New old stock, with sticker -- several available. Please note that at this price, we cannot test and tune nibs as we do for our regular stock items: we are selling these as found, from the factory.
10739: Sheaffer Lifetime Balance set in box: black oversize lever-filler,13.7 cm long, gold filled trim, inlaid celluloid White Dot, massive Lifetime nib; matching pencil uses .9 mm lead, name engraved on cap band.
9239: Sheaffer Lifetime Triumph Masterpiece set in box: lever-filler with solid 14K gold cap and barrel, 13.2 cm long, with matching .9 mm pencil; pen has a smooth-writing two-tone Triumph conical nib, section with transparent ink window with excellent transparency; presentation inscription on both pen and pencil, "FROM JOHN MABEE/TO MY GOOD FRIEND ART", overall condition excellent but for typical end dings on both pen and pencil (see photos).
9252: Sheaffer Lifetime Triumph Masterpiece set in box: lever-filler with solid 14K gold cap and barrel, 13.1 cm long, with matching .9 mm pencil; pen has a big two-tone Triumph conical nib, ribbed section; engaved initials "C. R. H." on both pen and pencil; overall condition excellent but for typical end dings on caps of both pen and pencil, priced at little more than gold value.
10687: Sheaffer Touchdown Tuckaway Statesman set in box: blue pneumatic-filler, 11.8 cm long, gold filled trim, White Dot, large two-tone nib; special model made for Gregg shorthand, with shorthand mark in gold on barrel (read more here). Matching .9 mm pencil has stationery store price sticker on barrel.
3136: Sheaffer Fineline replacement nib units in box: 11 stainless alloy screw-in nib units, extra-fine tips, in original box for 12; "X-FINE" written on side of box.
9835: Sheaffer Imperial pencil: sterling silver, 12.7 cm long, diamond crosshatch pattern, gold plated trim, White Dot, uses .9 mm lead; new old stock, patina readily polished bright, several available, original price stickers on back may vary from that shown in photo.
8076: Sheaffer Imperial Sovereign pencil: 14K gold filled, 12.75 cm long, White Dot, uses .9 mm lead, new old stock, original price sticker on back; several available.
7780: Sheaffer Targa ballpoint: sterling silver, 13.3 cm long, chrome plated trim, White Dot, twist-action to extend and retract tip; new old stock but without packaging; several available.
7806: Sheaffer Targa ballpoint: sterling silver, 13.3 cm long, gold plated trim, White Dot, twist-action to extend and retract tip; new old stock but without packaging; several available.
9829: Sheaffer Imperial pencil: sterling silver, 12.7 cm long, crosshatch pattern, gold plated trim, White Dot, uses .9 mm lead; new old stock, several available, original price stickers on back may vary from that shown in photo.
10607: Wahl-Eversharp lever-filler set in box: large "all metal barrel" pen, 12.4 cm long, gold filled "Grecian Border" pattern, big #5 nib, early raised lever, matching pencil uses 1.1 mm lead, shows more signs of use; both bear interesting 1922 presentation inscription. "All metal" pens are common in smaller sizes, but are seldom seen with nibs larger than #4.
10054: Wahl-Eversharp lever-filler set in box: "all metal barrel" small ringtop, 8.3 cm long, with matching 1.1 mm pencil; "Checkerboard" pattern, very uncommon version is white gold filled, and fully marked to that effect.
10480: Waterman 622 in box: black hard rubber taper-cap eyedropper-filler with pearl slabbed barrel, 14.45 cm long, gold filled trim, bold cap imprint with 1884 patent dates, hard rubber glossy and only slightly faded, small tool mark to posting end flange (see detail). Pearl slabs are tight, smooth, and lustrous, with fine color, smooth narrow #2 New York nib has early arched imprint, long-tailed feed with crisp patent imprints. Pearl-slabbed Watermans are much less common than Parkers.
6520: Waterman Remex Self-Filler No. 101: one of Waterman's earliest self-fillers, and so rare that most advanced collectors have never seen a complete example; construction is all-aluminum, with a hard rubber press-fit section assembly, sleeve rotates rather than slides to expose filler bar; this example is new old stock, and the hardened sac is preserved with the pressure bar laced in place exactly according to the William Ferris patent 799,897 of 1905 (Ferris' patent 950,817 of 1910 is the one covering the usual Waterman sleeve-filler design); 14 cm long, superficial shop wear, "PAT. APPL'D FOR" imprint.
9184: Waterman 442½V in box: black hard rubber ringtop safety, 9.6 cm long, smooth sterling silver overlay with hard to find telescoping outer cap; metal clean, imprints on hard rubber strong, initials "M.W.D." on barrel. Patent imprints on feed, responsive nib.
10570: Waterman 0552½ LEC Filigree set in box: black hard rubber lever-filler with full 18K gold filled overlay, 13.1 cm long, earlier pattern with six intersecting strips instead of the more common four; crisp with wear apparently only from polishing, only slightest fading to hard rubber, nib is very flexible and responsive, opens up wide with light pressure; matching pencil uses 1.1 mm lead. Box is rather a mess, included as is.
9977: Waterman 01852V Ripple in box: a scarce pen in mint condition -- an Olive Ripple hard rubber ringtop lever-filler, 11.6 cm long, gold filled trim, price sticker at end of barrel, hard rubber unfaded, crisp and glossy, imprints deep and razor-sharp, completely unworn; pen appears to have been dipped, probably in the store. In blue cardboard box with instructions. Note that most 52V colored Ripple (i.e., other than red and black) pens bear clips -- ringtop versions are much less common.
9864: Waterman 51V Ripple in box: rare Canadian-made model, not sold in the USA, 10.8 cm long, nickel plated trim, bold imprints, glossy hard rubber, fully-marked #1-size Waterman nib; appears unused, came to us in a USA-market blue box (included).
10093: Waterman 41 Ripple: rare US-made French-market slender hard rubber safety, 11.5 cm long, crisp and glossy, original cork seal has not been replaced but appears to be sound, pen has never been filled, nib is a French-hallmarked 18K warranted replacement of excellent quality, good writer with restrained line width variation.
9677: Waterman 554 LEC Gothic set in box: black hard rubber lever-filler, 14K solid gold overlay, 13.8 cm long, with matching 1.1 mm pencil; both crisp with 1933 presentation inscriptions, pencil has some bumps to crown piece, pen has raised ridge on side of posting end, partially redone bead on barrel end (see details). Pen lever is post-globe style, but may be original -- it is fully 14K marked. #4 nib is a smooth and effortlessly elegant writer. Box has some internal staining; both pen and pencil have considerable heft -- there is over $400 worth of gold in the pen alone.
9500: Waterman lever box assembly: original new old stock, 21.5 mm long, fits 16 mm long, 2.2 mm wide barrel slot, gold plated; as used on pens such as the 3, 2V, 92, 92V, etc.
10469: Waterman Lady Patricia set in box: black hard rubber lever-filler, 11.65 cm long, sterling silver "Filigree" pattern overlay, matching pencil uses .9 mm lead; nib with round vent hole writes a nicely shaded line, pen is not engraved, but pencil bears the initial "E". In box with 1941-dated instruction sheet, set bought from the family of the original owner. Overlay Lady Patricias are uncommon, and this is an unusually late example.
10732: Waterman 42 in box: black hard rubber safety with octagonal gold filled overlay, 12.65 cm long, three-color banding on cap, overlay at barrel end bears both the winged mark of Davide Capra, Waterman's official agent in Italy, and the smaller mark of Montegrappa, maker of the overlay. #2 nib is smooth with easy flexibility, pen is like new but for a few small usage marks.
9501: Waterman lever box assembly: original new old stock, 23 mm long, fits 17 mm long, 3 mm wide barrel slot, gold plated.
10444: Williamson button-filler in box: Vacumatic-style silver pearl laminate, 11.7 cm long, chrome plated trim, made in Italy.
10726: unmarked glass dip pen: hollow clear golden brown handle, clear twisted nib, about 17 cm long, hand-made; part of a hoard found in central Europe, several available.
10728: unmarked stylographic pen: red hard rubber eyedropper-filler, 10.3 cm long, English manufacture, never filled and in pristine condition, needle intact.