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Conklin No. 26P - Ring Top

Stock number: 5779

Conklin No. 26P - Ring Top

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Medium to slightly broad nib, Lever fill system.
Condition: Good
Colour: Hard rubber
c1925

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This delightful – and rare - lever filling vintage fountain pen was made by the Conklin pen company in Ohio around 1925. Conklin are better known for their earlier crescent filling system – they introduced their first lever filling fountain pen in 1923. This model – the No. 26P – is made of hard rubber - the original chased design has been worn smooth with time. What we do still have though is the ornate cap crown and ring. It was the fashion at the time to make available to customers a ring top model that was designed to have a ribbon or chain through it to enable ladies to wear it around the neck or gentlemen to hang it from a watch chain. The barrel carries the imprint “Conklin Toledo Ohio Reg.U.S. Pat. Office” and the model number “No.26P”. The smooth medium to slightly broad gold nib states “Conklin 2 Toledo”. It is a small vintage fountain pen measuring 11mm with cap on and 14mm with cap on barrel end. Condition is good overall, there is some age wear as mentioned earlier and more than one ding in the cap crown, but this is reflected in the price and it remains a good example of its type and a stylish reflection of its era. It will sit well in a vintage fountain pen collection but will also serve as an everyday writer. All fountain pens are professionally serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. unless stated otherwise and bench tested prior to offering for sale. A further inspection is carried out before despatch. A gift box is available free of charge on request at checkout and filling instructions will be sent with your order.

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Waterman Patrician - Onyx - Pen and Pencil Set

Stock number: 5777

Waterman Patrician - Onyx - Pen and Pencil Set

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Medium to Broad nib, Lever fill system.
Condition: Fair-Good
Colour: Waterman Onyx (Red Vein)
c1930

£875.00
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This iconic vintage fountain pen, the Patrician, was launched by Waterman in 1929, and represents the ultimate in Art Deco styling. It came in five colours – Jet Black, Turquoise, Emerald (green jade), Nacre (pearl and black) and this, the Onyx version. A sixth colour, Moss-agate was added in the early 1930’s. Immediately recognised as a prestige line, the Waterman Patrician launch was backed by a considerable advertising spend stressing the quality of the manufacture and design. It is now acknowledged as one of the great classics of the golden era of fountain pens. Whilst it was launched as a pen for men (The female version – Lady Patricia – was launched in 1930) it was advertised in December 1929 as “a fountain pen so fine, so beautiful, that it is really a piece of personal jewellery”.

This Patrician fountain pen is particularly significant as it comes with its matching pencil – a very rare event. The pencil even has the original pencil lead holder which you access by unscrewing the red area at the top of the pencil (you will find old pieces of eraser in there) – pull the eraser holder from the cap and you will see it holds six replacement pencil leads (to re-engage just push it back in place and screw the red area back to the top of the cap). 

You will note on both items the styling of the Patrician clip and the pierced lattice design of the ornate cap band. The bottom of the fountain pen barrel is stepped, and has a gold fill button stating “Waterman’s”. The barrel itself has the Patrician spade end lever. The barrel imprint is very feint but you can make out “Waterman’s Fountain Pen – Pat. Off.” and the “Ideal” logo. The pencil has been less used and has a clear imprint which states “Waterman’s Reg. U.S. Pat. Off – Made in U.S.A.”  The large nib has a medium to broad point and is a wet writer. It reads “patrician – Waterman’s Ideal – Canada”. A large and substantial vintage fountain pen it measures 138mm with cap on and 172mm with cap on barrel end. The pencil is14mm long.

Some points to note – as with most Onyx there is some colour variation, particularly on the fountain pen with general age wear and minor brassing to the trim. Also the lattice band on the fountain pen is firmly in place but will turn if pushed. For these reasons I have listed the set as in “fair to good” rather than “good” condition. This is reflected in the price.

This elegant and aristocratic fountain pen and pencil set, which was phased out in 1936, will be an excellent addition to a vintage fountain pen collection – and of course they will also serve well as everyday writers – which is what they were designed to be. All fountain pens are professionally serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. unless stated otherwise and bench tested prior to offering for sale. A further inspection is carried out before despatch. Filling instructions will be sent with your order and a gift box is available free of charge on request. 

Sources: Collectible Fountain Pens, Glen Bowen/Fountain Pens of the World, Andreas Lambrou/Waterman Past and Present, Max Davis and Gary Lehrer.

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Sheaffer Targa Laque Spiral Black

Stock number: 5527

Sheaffer Targa  Laque Spiral Black

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Medium to Broad nib, Cartridge fill system.
Condition: Very Good
Colour: Laque Spiral Black
c1990

£150.00
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This vintage pen is one of the successful Targa range - a model produced by the Sheaffer Pen Company from 1976 to 1999. This particular version dates from around 1990 and is the 2nd edition of 1083 with a quite rare finish in laque spiral black. The spiral (or cable twist) decoration, whilst being a little difficult to see here unless you enlarge the montage, is very striking and is offset by the smooth gold plated clip and cap top. You will note the thin cap band (the first edition had a wider cap band) is repeated near the bottom of the barrel. Around the cap are the words “Sheaffer U.S.A.”. It has the stylish Sheaffer 14ct gold inlaid nib with a medium to slightly broad point which states "Sheaffer U.S.A. 585 14k". Condition is very good with only minor age wear. As you would expect it has the Sheaffer "Lifetime" dot on the clip. Filling is by insertion of an ink cartridge, preferably Sheaffer but an international cartridge size will suffice. In common with other cartridge fill pens when first fitting a new cartridge you need to encourage the ink to flow through from the cartridge to the nib with a slight squeeze of the cartridge. It is quite a heavy, substantial pen in the hand and measures 137mm with cap on and 155mm with cap on end. The Targa range, with its large range of finishes, is an interesting model to collect as well as a pleasure to use everyday. All fountain pens are professionally serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. unless stated otherwise and bench tested prior to offering for sale. A further inspection is carried out before despatch. A gift box is available free of charge on request.
 

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Pen/Pencil Combination - Brilliant Blue

Stock number: 5267

Pen/Pencil Combination  - Brilliant Blue

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Medium nib, Lever fill system.
Condition: Good
Colour: Brilliant Blue
c1935

£145.00
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Pen and pencil combinations “Combi’s” have been around in their very basic form since the 1840’s but they were at the height of their popularity on both sides of the Atlantic from the late 1920’s until the end of the 1930’s. It is a clever idea of combining a fountain pen on one end and a pencil on the other. You carry it in your pocket with the cap on the fountain pen end. The fountain pen nib states “Made in U.S.A. 6” – so it is a decent size nib with a firm medium point. The pointed cap has a broad fretwork design band around the lip and a ball ended clip with “S” at the top. I’m afraid I have been unable to track down the actual manufacturer but it is likely that it was made in America around 1935. The barrel has a humped lever with spade end. The pencil mechanism is also in working order and has a good length lead in place. It comes with a small phial of replacement Mabie Todd leads - but it will take the standard “Yard–O-Led” when these run out. On test I have found the pen/pencil combination very useful and pleasing to use. Condition is good with only minor age wear apart from the cap crown which has some crazing – but this is reflected in the price. It is a substantial and unusual vintage fountain pen in a most attractive colour. It measures 153mm with the cap on the nib end. It will work well as an everyday writer (keep it topped up with ink) but is also an unusual item to add to a vintage fountain pen collection. This vintage fountain pen and pencil combination was not serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. but has performed well on bench test and we are satisfied that it will continue to do so. A further inspection will be carried out before despatch. A gift box is available free of charge on request. Filling instructions will be sent with your order.

Source: Fountain Pens and Pencils – George Fischler and Stuart Schneider (brown book) – Schiffer Publishing - p.178

 

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Parker 51 Duo - Forest Green

Stock number: 5724

Parker 51 Duo - Forest Green

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Medium nib, Aerometric fill system.
Condition: Good
Colour: Parker Forest Green
c1948

£160.00
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This vintage fountain pen and pencil set, part of a recently puchased collection, was made by Parker in America in the late 1940’s. The aerodynamic design of the "51" has made it a classic and the plaudits it has received over the years both in terms of design and reliability are well deserved. It has been marketed as 51…the world’s most wanted pen”. This particular “51” fountain pen and pencil set has a body colour which Parker termed “Forest Green” - a very dark green and a “51” colour which is quite rare to find today. The cap of the fountain pen is in a smooth polished metal with the Parker branding around the lip of the cap and the light grey Parker “jewel” on the cap crown. The Forest Green barrel covers the aerometric (squeezebox) filling unit the text of which states: “Parker 51 To fill press ribbed bar firmly 4 times. Use dry writing superchrome ink holding pen point down, wipe point with soft tissue. The Parker Pen Co. Made in U.S.A.” The Parker 51 nib has a medium smooth point and reads “Parker Made in U.S.A. RU 1948”. The Forest Green pencil has a matching polished metal cap and the light grey Parker “jewel” on the cap crown. It is a repeater style pencil which is operated by pushing the cap down on the barrel to expose more lead. Both the fountain pen and the pencil are in good condition with only minor age wear. The fountain pen measures 135mm with cap on and 164mm with cap on barrel end. The pencil is 132mm long.  “51”’s are always a good workhorse - suitable for everyday use and, particularly in this colour, for adding to a “51” collection. All fountain pens are professionally serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. unless stated otherwise and bench tested prior to offering for sale. A further inspection is carried out before despatch. Filling instructions will be sent with your order. A gift box is available free of charge on request at checkout.

Source: Parker “51” – David and Mark Shepherd.

 
 

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Waterman Rose-Ripple 9ct Gold Overlay - Line and Dot

Stock number: 5677

Waterman Rose-Ripple 9ct Gold Overlay - Line and Dot

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Medium to Slightly Broad nib, Lever fill system.
Condition: Good
Colour: Rose-Ripple 9ct Gold Overlay
1923

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This substantial vintage fountain pen was made by Waterman in the 1920’s. The 9ct gold overlay on hard rubber is in a rare and attractive pattern called “Line and Dot”. The added attraction of this particular example is that the gold is overlaid on a hard rubber in a pattern Waterman called “Ripple” in a colour they termed “Ripple Rose”. It is this combination of 9ct overlay line and dot pattern on Ripple-Rose which makes it an exceptionally rare example. Until this time vulcanized rubber was only available in black but Waterman perfected a method of incorporating a colour. The range included  “Ripple Blue-Green, “Ripple Olive” and this the “Ripple-Rose”. Waterman advertisements of the period stated “Nothing so beautiful in pens has ever been produced before” . The cap has a Waterman ball ended “Clip Cap” of the period. The barrel gold markings state“FDW 9 375” (rubbed) and hallmark for London 1923. FDW stands for Frank D. Waterman. His uncle, Lewis E. Waterman, was the founder of Waterman in 1888 - it was his nephew Frank who became the company ambassador abroad. He was entrusted with the distribution of Waterman pens in England via the London stationer L.G. Sloane. Normally you would find more markings around the smooth tapered area at the bottom of the barrel but these have been smoothed off over time. The medium flexible nib writes a wet line and states “Waterman’s Ideal REg.U.S. PAT. OFF. 2 Made in U.S.A.”. Condition is good with a minor ding on the crown of the cap. It is also worth noting, as you will see from the montage, that the personalization lozenge is engraved with the initials “FCP” – this is reflected in the price. Its weight is 26grams and it measures 140mm with cap on and 173mm with cap on barrel end. This is a rare and exceptional vintage fountain pen, evocative of its era of style and elegance and it will sit well in a vintage fountain pen collection. It is also suitable to use everyday. All fountain pens are professionally serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. unless stated otherwise and are bench tested prior to offering for sale. A further inspection is carried out before despatch. Filling instructions will be sent with your order. A gift box is available free of charge on request at checkout.

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Parker 61 Classic - Grey

Stock number: 5709

Parker 61 Classic - Grey

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Medium nib, Capillary fill system.
Condition: Very Good
Colour: Grey with satin lustraloy cap
c1966

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The Parker “61” was launched in the UK in 1964. This particular example, the “61 Classic” with its satin lustraloy cap and chrome plated clip dates from 1966 and it forms part of a recently purchased collection. The body and nib shell colour Parker termed simply “Grey”. In the montage it is showing as slightly darker than it is. The elegant styling of the Parker "61" with its arrow pointing the way to the nib has made it a classic of the period and in this instance the Parker grey pearl “jewel” in the cap crown and the barrel end sit well with the classic grey finish. On unscrewing the barrel of the pen you will find the Parker capillary filling mechanism. This is immersed in the ink to draw the ink into the filler by capillary attraction. This means that the pen can be filled without immersing the nib into the ink bottle. Whilst at the time a number of owners found this filling method unsatisfactory in the longer term, it was simply because it depended upon the owner to use the pen on a regular basis, and refill it, so preventing ink drying in the capillary filler. Used correctly it is a reliable and clean filling method. It comes in its original Parker hard case box. Condition is very good. The capillary filler has been used to fill the fountain pen for testing and it is in working order. The cap text states “Parker Made in England” and carries the Parker logo. The barrel carries the “61” branding at the neck. It measures 137mm with cap on and 145mm with cap on barrel end The Parker “61” has a distinctive and elegant look and this example, in this condition and in its original box will sit well in a vintage fountain pen collection. It will also provide good service as an everyday writer. All fountain pens are professionally serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. unless stated otherwise and bench tested prior to offering for sale. A further inspection is carried out before despatch. A gift box is available free of charge on request at checkout and filling instructions will be sent with your order. My apologies for the workbench dust on the montage.

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Waterman 9ct Gold Overlay - Line and Dot Pattern

Stock number: 5776

Waterman 9ct Gold Overlay - Line and Dot Pattern

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Medium nib, Lever fill system.
Condition: Good
Colour: 9ct Gold Overlay on hard rubber
1929

£595.00
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This substantial vintage fountain pen was made by Waterman in the late 1920’s. The 9ct gold overlay on hard rubber is in a rare and attractive pattern called “Line and Dot”. The cap has 9ct gold markings on the side and around the cap lip are the words “Waterman’s “Ideal” Fountain Pen”. It has a Waterman ball ended “Clip Cap” of the period which is marked18kt gold fill. The barrel carries a clear personalisation lozenge and a Waterman lever. The barrel gold markings state“FDW 9 375” and hallmark for London 1929. FDW stands for Frank D. Waterman. His uncle, Lewis E. Waterman, was the founder of Waterman in 1888 - it was his nephew Frank who became the company ambassador abroad. He was entrusted with the distribution of Waterman pens in England via the London stationer L.G. Sloane. Normally you would find more markings around the smooth tapered area at the bottom of the barrel but these have been smoothed off over time. The medium flexible nib writes a wet line and states “Waterman’s Ideal England 2”. Condition is good with two points to note in addition to minor age wear – a minor ding on the top of the cap and some wear to the cap lip which does not affect its grip. This is reflected in the price. Its weight is 28grams and it measures 140mm with cap on and 170mm with cap on barrel end. This is a rare and exceptional vintage fountain pen, evocative of its era of style and elegance and it will sit well in a vintage fountain pen collection. It is also suitable to use everyday if you prefer a wet writer. There is some light reflection in the montage. All fountain pens are professionally serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. unless stated otherwise and are bench tested prior to offering for sale. A further inspection is carried out before despatch. Filling instructions will be sent with your order. A gift box is available free of charge on request at checkout.

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Parker Duofold - True Blue

Stock number: 5723

Parker Duofold - True Blue

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Medium nib, Button fill system.
Condition: Fair-Good
Colour: Parker Blue and White True Blue
c1928

£155.00
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This button filling vintage fountain pen was introduced by Parker in 1928. It is generally agreed that production discontinued in late 1929 - hence these pens are quite rare today. Parker’s advertisement of the time for this model called it the “Three Fifty” as it cost $3.50. It stated We passed a tray containing a dozen different kinds of pens to seven hundred people. They selected this one….modern in design and colour – a smarter looking pen you’ve never seen.” They called the pattern and colour “Modern Blue-and-White”  or “Modernistic Blue”- these days it is referred to as the “True Blue”. This unusual and rare vintage fountain pen has been listed in fair to good condition because, as is common with this model, the colours become more muted over the years, due to the interior ink sac and handling. The extent to which this occurs affects its value and is therefore reflected in the price. The cap has a Parker ball ended gold fill clip and two cap bands. The barrel has the very feint imprint of “Geo S. Parker Fountain Pen – Made in Canada”. The nib states “Parker Pen Canada 3” and has a smooth medium point. It measures 125mm with cap on and 155mm with cap on barrel end. A modern Limited Edition version was issued by Parker in 1988. This original 1920’s example of a hard to find vintage fountain pen is in working order and in fair to good condition - suitable for everyday use or to add to a collection. All fountain pens are professionally serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. and bench tested prior to offering for sale. A further inspection is carried out before despatch. Filling instructions will be sent with your order.

Source: Fountain Pens Past and Present, Paul Erano, Schroeder Publishing 1999

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Parker Victory Mk1 - Lined Rose, Silver and Burgundy

Stock number: 5780

Parker Victory Mk1 - Lined Rose, Silver and Burgundy

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Medium nib, Button fill system.
Condition: Fair-Good
Colour: Lined rose, silver and burgundy
c1942

£75.00
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This English vintage fountain pen was made around 1942 by the Parker Pen factory, most likely at the old Valentine pen works at Newhaven. Parker, having taken over the Valentine Pen Co. to ensure UK Parker production, had by this stage begun to phase out Valentine pens and by 1945 manufacturing had concentrated on Parker model production. This particular model is the Victory MKI and it was produced in colours similar to Parker’s successful Duofold range – in this instance the finish is termed lined rose, silver and burgundy marble. As you will see the rolled gold Parker ball ended clip was still in use at this time. This particular MKI is the bandless model and therefore has no cap band. The barrel imprint reads “Parker Victory Reg T.M.”. It has a 14k warranted 1st quality medium point nib and measures 130mm with cap on and 158mm with cap on barrel end. Condition is fair to good. You will see that the clip ring sits slightly proud of the cap and appears to be a replacement from a larger model and there are two old marks on the area above the clip. The cap and barrel though are in pretty good condition with the barrel having a visible imprint. So not an A1 example but this is reflected in the price. A  classic vintage Parker, in a pleasing and popular finish, which will serve well as an everyday writer. All vintage pens are professionally serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. unless stated otherwise and bench tested prior to offering for sale. A further inspection is carried out before despatch. A gift box is available free of charge on request at checkout and filling instructions will be sent with your order.

 Source: Fountain Pens - United States of America and the United Kingdom – Andreas Lambrou – Philip Wilson Publishers p.217

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