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15574: Eversharp Skyline: burgundy full-size lever-filler, striped celluloid cap, 13.4 cm long, gold filled trim; early production with section with ink window, derby band imprint reads "EVERSHARP SKYLINE PAT. MADE IN U.S.A.", nib writes a very fine line.

DATE: c. 1941 • CONDITION: fine • NIB: extra-fine • $145

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15580: John Holland lever-filler set in box: late production, silver pearl striated celluloid, gold plated trim, pen has a #2 nib that appears to have been made decades earlier and which is a notably excellent writer. Pencil uses 1.1 mm lead, both pieces appear to be new old stock with extremely deep imprints, noting name on barrels and stress marks on black crown pieces, slight swelling at top of pencil.

DATE: c. 1939 • CONDITION: fine-exc* • NIB: medium fine flex • SOLD

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15565: Montblanc 324: black hard rubber button-filler, 12.7 cm long, gold filled trim, nib with turned-up ball ("Kugel") tip; clean imprints, only slight fading, company name on cap, near excellent condition overall but for flake at top of cap barrel (clip could be rotated to hide it -- see details).

DATE: c. 1936 • CONDITION: fine* • NIB: extra-fine flex • $450

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15603: Mordan three-color pencil: unusually large sterling silver ringtop, 10.2 cm long retracted, 11.9 cm extended, some minor bruises to colored enamel on sliders, nozzles marked "W", use 2.0 mm lead. Only blue nozzle propels lead properly, other two need attention to internal mechanisms. Overall condition otherwise fine or better.

DATE: c. 1880 • CONDITION: VG* • $465

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15570: Parker 49 Jack-Knife Safety: black hard rubber ringtop screw-cap eyedropper-filler, gold filled overlay, intact Lucky Curve feed, #2 Lucky Curve nib has a stable crack right below the imprint and surface digs to the right of the slit but is too notable a writer to replace -- long-tined, smooth and springy. Initials handsomely engraved in barrel cartouche.

DATE: c. 1920 • CONDITION: VG-fine* • NIB: medium fine flex • $285

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15585: Parker Vacumatic Major: early long single-jewel in golden pearl laminate, 13.4 cm long, gold filled trim, 1st quarter 1942 date code on both barrel imprint and nib, good example of anomalous early wartime production with two-tone nib, filler with plastic and plated metal instead of aluminum parts, sterling silver breather tube. Clip without Blue Diamond is also likely original, as the pen came to us long untouched. Fine barrel transparency, trim excellent, some plating wear on nib.

DATE: 1942 • CONDITION: fine-exc • NIB: fine semiflex • $285

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15591: Parker VS: red-brown button-filler, frosty Lustraloy cap with polished rim band, chrome plated clip, clear Lucite comb feed, bold barrel imprint with 2nd quarter date code, stickers on barrel; original synthetic sac has not been replaced but appears to be sound. A distinctive short-lived model.

DATE: 1947 • CONDITION: mint • NIB: fine • $205

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15563: Parker 51 Demi: burgundy Aerometric filler, Lustraloy cap, chrome plated trim, early filler with "PRESS . . .6 TIMES" imprint, acrylic connector, replacement sac with perfect transparency, barrel imprint with 2nd quarter date code.

DATE: 1949 • CONDITION: fine-exc • NIB: medium • $165

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15595: Parker 61 Custom ballpoint: "Rage Red", later USA production, 13.4 cm long, 1/10 12K gold filled cap with grouped parallel lines pattern, no halo logo. Uses standard Parker refills, original price sticker on barrel, as new but for slight rub marks from cap operation.

DATE: c. 1959 • CONDITION: near mint • $95

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15577: Parker 75: sterling silver grid pattern, gold plated trim, solid vermeil end buttons, short-feathered arrow clip, section with nib angle indicator marks; 14K US-made "M" nib; cap marked "STERLING/SILVER", early large metal squeeze-filler convertor has a freshly-replaced transparent PVC sac.

DATE: c. 1971 • CONDITION: exc • NIB: medium • $285

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15576: Security Self-Filling: black chased hard rubber, #4 size, 14.8 cm long, gold filled trim, made by Greek immigrants Kritikson Brothers in Chicago; high quality with distinctive end knob actuated pressure bar filling system, check protector at top of cap (rotating blades were rolled over a signature, making any attempt at alteration immediately apparent since the ink would bleed along the cuts in the paper). Condition excellent but for fine scratches on nib.

DATE: c. 1925 • CONDITION: fine-exc • NIB: medium fine flex • $495

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15568: Sheaffer Self-Filling: black hard rubber full-sized lever-filler with gold filled engine-turned overlay, 12.75 cm long, #3 Self Filling nib is a responsive writer, noting asymmetry to tipping requiring slight rotation to left for best results. Metal clean, a few marks to the lever and clip, no dings or serious brassing.

DATE: c. 1922 • CONDITION: fine • NIB: medium fine flex • $325

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15584: Waterman 412: black hard rubber eyedropper-filler, early pattern .999 fine silver Art Nouveau filigree overlay, 13 cm long, early narrow feed, matching narrow New York nib; overlay imprints worn, with traces of 1884 patent dates on barrel along with the fine silver stamp. Hard rubber has been reblackened, even wear, no damage, cap posts securely on barrel but possibly further than originally due to barrel wear.

DATE: c. 1898 • CONDITION: VG • NIB: medium • $785

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15569: Waterman 52V: vest-pocket length clipless black chased hard rubber lever-filler, 11.1 cm long, nickel plated trim, slight even fading, imprints and chasing sharp.

DATE: c. 1920 • CONDITION: exc • NIB: fine stub flex • $220

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15581: unmarked novelty stylographic pen: large brown hard rubber eyedropper-filler in the form of an artillery shell, 10.95 cm long, sprung needle is intact, no sign of the pen ever having been filled. Tool marks to section, however, especially to the milled flange (see details). Red-brown color is original, not faded black, likely made in England.

DATE: c. 1910 • CONDITION: fine* • NIB: medium fine • $195

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