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13661: Eversharp Gregg in box: unusual black lever-filler, 13.35 cm long, gold filled trim, made for resale by the Gregg shorthand company and bearing an enameled Gregg logo in the cap top, and carrying a special Gregg-marked nib over a Skyline-style feed. Wahl-Eversharp made Gregg and Palmer Method pens from the 1920s on, but postwar examples are particularly uncommon, and this is the first example we have had with the original box and instructions.

DATE: c. 1955 • CONDITION: exc • NIB: extra-fine • $225

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13660: Mabie Todd Blackbird demonstrator: transparent twist-button filler, 12.7 cm long, gold plated trim, as supplied to dealers without nib or feed. Filling mechanism is internally identical to a button-filler, but is actuated by turning the filling knob clockwise to empty the sac. Typical age roughness to clip plating, rust spots to pressure bar.

DATE: c. 1955 • CONDITION: exc • $225

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13646: Parker 25 Jack-Knife Safety: smooth black hard rubber button-filler, 12 cm long, gold filled clip, uncommon short oversize model, #5 Lucky Curve teardrop-vent nib, spearhead Lucky Curve feed; nib tipping is scant but present, writes fine with a light hand, imprints all legible, honest wear and fading, no cracks or other damage.

DATE: c. 1918 • CONDITION: G • NIB: fine semiflex • $275

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13663: Parker Victory Mark II: black streamlined button-filler, 13.2 cm long, gold filled trim, made in England, good imprint, Newhaven nib.

DATE: c. 1946 • CONDITION: exc • NIB: medium • $175

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13655: Parker T-1 ballpoint with injector pencil cartridge: brushed titanium, gold plated trim, red clip jewel, original clip tag; uses standard Parker ballpoint refills, or can be used as a pencil with the included 1.0 mm converter cartridge; as new, no box or papers.

DATE: c. 1970 • CONDITION: mint • $350

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13656: Parker T-1 ballpoint with injector pencil cartridge: brushed titanium, gold plated trim, red clip jewel, original clip tag; uses standard Parker ballpoint refills, or can be used as a pencil with the included 1.0 mm converter cartridge; as new, no box or papers.

DATE: c. 1970 • CONDITION: mint • $350

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13657: Parker T-1 ballpoint with injector pencil cartridge: brushed titanium, gold plated trim, red clip jewel; uses standard Parker ballpoint refills, or can be used as a pencil with the included 1.0 mm converter cartridge; like new, only slightest signs of handling.

DATE: c. 1970 • CONDITION: near mint • $325

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13658: Parker T-1 rollerball: dark grey matte-finish titanium, 13 cm long, gold plated trim, transparent red ends, takes standard Parker refills, like new.

DATE: c. 1970 • CONDITION: near mint • $500

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13606: Waterman 412: black hard rubber eyedropper-filler, early pattern .999 fine silver Art Nouveau filigree overlay, 13.35 cm long, feed with patent imprints, imprints on overlay nice and legible, noting nicks and digs to the silver (see details). Hard rubber has been professionally dye-reblackened.

DATE: c. 1902 • CONDITION: VG • NIB: extra-fine flex • $785

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13613: Waterman Remex: black chased hard rubber slip-cap eyedropper-filler, 12.8 cm long, narrow 3-fissure long-tailed feed, Remex nib is an elegant writer, good imprints and chasing, though crisper on the cap than on the barrel, moderate even fading.

DATE: c. 1902 • CONDITION: fine-exc • NIB: extra-fine stub flex • $250

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13614: Waterman Remex: smooth black hard rubber slip-cap eyedropper-filler, 12.8 cm long, a Waterman sub-brand model made specifically for the Royster Guano Company and so imprinted; moderate even fading, nib has a stress line from the vent hole. An unusual but known model, we have seen a few examples over the years.

DATE: c. 1905 • CONDITION: fine* • NIB: fine stub flex • $245

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13631: Waterman 0502: gold filled "Chased" pattern eyedropper-filler, 13.3 cm long, posting end has usual scratches from cap but "WATERMAN" imprint clearly legible; spoon feed with patent imprints and long internal tail, tail end chipped, section front edge as well (does not affect function), "Vivian" engraved in barrel cartouche.

DATE: c. 1908 • CONDITION: VG-fine • NIB: fine flex • $825

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13648: Waterman 412S Filigree: early black hard rubber safety with sterling silver overlay, 12.8 cm long, threaded turning knob, early mechanism with helically-grooved barrel interior, nib turns as it is extended and retracted, #2 New York nib has some spring but not true flex, feed with patent imprint. Some flattening to the cap crown, no trace of a number imprint on the turning knob, seals have been replaced.

DATE: c. 1910 • CONDITION: fine • NIB: fine • $750

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13652: Waterman pencil: black hard rubber with sterling silver "Sheraton" overlay, 13.1 cm long, uses 1.1 mm lead, matches 52, 52, or 54 fountain pen. New old stock, but with tarnish to silver and even fading to the exposed hard rubber. From the Oakland Japantown hoard.

DATE: c. 1923 • CONDITION: exc-near mint • $165

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13397: unmarked pencil: black hard rubber ringtop with sterling silver trefoil filigree overlay, 10.9 cm long, excellent quality but marked only "STERLING", could well be a Boston or Edward Todd product; uses standard 2 mm lead, "H" engraved lightly in cartouche.

DATE: c. 1923 • CONDITION: fine-exc • $125

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