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Sheaffer Targa Garnet Red Ronce Set

Stock number: 5763

Sheaffer Targa Garnet Red Ronce Set

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Fine to Medium nib, Cartridge fill system.
Condition: Good
Colour: Garnet Red Ronce with GP Trim
c1994

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This vintage fountain pen and ballpoint set forms part of the successful Targa range - a very successful model produced by the Sheaffer Pen Company in the U.S.A. - this particular example, issued between 1988 and 1996, has a Garnet Red Ronce lacquer finish with gold plated trim and black inlay on both ends of the fountain pen and the crown of the ballpoint. The fountain pen sports the stylish Sheaffer 14ct gold inlaid nib with a fine to medium point which states "Sheaffer 585 14k". As you will see from the montage there is minimum age wear. Note that the ballpoint has small marks on the gold plated trim of the tip. As you would expect they both have the Sheaffer "Lifetime" dot on the clip. The fountain pen is filled by fitting a Sheaffer ink cartridge. As with most ink cartridges when first fitting you will need to give it a squeeze to push the ink through to the feed. It will also take a standard international size ink cartridge. It measures 138 mm with cap on and 165mm with cap on barrel end. The ballpoint is a twist expel/repel system and is 130mm long. It has a black ink refill in place that seems to be working well. The Targa range is fast becoming highly collectable and, with its large range of finishes, is an interesting model to collect. The fountain pen is a good writer and a pleasure to use everyday. 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. A gift box is available free of charge on request at checkout. 

Ref: http://www.sheaffertarga.com

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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

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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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Waterman 0512VP - Basketweave

Stock number: 5645

Waterman 0512VP - Basketweave

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Medium to Broad nib, Eyedropper fill system.
Condition: Good
Colour: Gold Fill Overlay
c1915

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This fine gold fill filigree overlay vintage eye-dropper filling fountain pen was made by Waterman between 1910 and 1916. The eyedropper filling system was used by Waterman up to 1928. The gold fill filigree overlay pattern is called “Basketweave” and was produced in both a gold fill and sterling silver finish. The gold fill is overlaid on hard rubber, the base material used for a large number of fountain pens at the time. You will note that the far end of the barrel is clear of overlay (as it should be). Engraved into the hard rubber at the very bottom of the barrel is the model number “0512 VP”. It is a clipless model and the “VP” is a Waterman code for Vest Pocket – indicating that it was anticipated that this pen would be carried in a man’s vest pocket – at the time Waterman produced leather pen holders to fit vest pockets to carry the pen upright. At the bottom of the barrel overlay are the words “Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pen”. The barrel personalisation lozenge is clear. The rim of the overlay on the screw on cap has the words “Waterman’s Ideal Fountain Pen”. This vintage pen is filled by unscrewing the nib unit and using an eye-dropper to take ink from an inkwell and dropping it into the barrel of the pen. The nib unit is then screwed back on to seal the ink into the barrel. It comes with a modern day eye-dropper. On test I have found that on first filling it may take a little patience to allow the ink to flow through to the feed and therefore the nib, but once it has you just need to keep the ink topped up in the barrel from time to time. The nib is a Waterman No. 2 with a medium to broad point with some flex and reads “Waterman’s Ideal Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. America 2”. Condition is good with only minor age wear and some brassing to the overlay. It measures 115mm with cap on and 140mm with cap on barrel end. It is an elegant but chunky pen with a pleasing weight and balance in the hand. A fine example of a quality Waterman pen of the period, it will grace any vintage fountain pen collection. It is also suitable to use everyday but perhaps more as a desktop item than one to carry in a briefcase or handbag – or even a vest pocket. 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 upon request at checkout.

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Parker Striped Duofold - Green/Brown/Black

Stock number: 5739

Parker Striped Duofold - Green/Brown/Black

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Medium nib, Vacumatic fill system.
Condition: Fair
Colour: Green, Brown and Black Stripes
c1945

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This vintage fountain pen made by Parker in Canada in the1940’s, is what Parker termed a “Striped Duofold” – in a material Parker called “Laidtone”. It was available in three patterns and black. This particular example has a green, brown and black stripe design which is most attractive. It has a plastic plunger which is a later, streamlined version of Parker’s Speedline Vacumatic system which was originally launched in 1932 as the “Vacuum Filler”. The barrel is used as the ink reservoir rather than an ink sac and this increases the ink capacity. This vacuum pump mechanism was advertised as “revolutionary in principle and perfectly marvellous in performance”. It is easy to fill as you simply place the nib in the ink and press the plunger in and out to take the air out of the barrel and allow the ink inside. The barrel imprint is very feint but reads Parker Duofold Made in Canada”. The blind cap at the bottom of the barrel which, as you will see from the photograph, you take off to reveal the filling plunger, has a slight mismatch on lining up the black stripes. The cap has the Parker tapered clip and two thin cap bands. The nib states “Parker Fountain Pen14K Canada 3” and is a medium point wet writer. It measures 128mm with cap on and 143mm with cap on barrel end. You will see I have listed it as in Fair condition and this is reflected in the price. This is primarily due to a single crack in the cap lip that extends to the lower gold fill band – this does not affect the cap fit or purpose. There is also some general age wear that is more obvious under a magnifier. These areas are reflected in the price. This unusual vintage Duofold was discontinued in 1948 but it remains one of Parker’s most collectable and attractive finishes. Suitable for everyday writing or to add to a vintage fountain pen 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. A gift box is available free of charge on request at checkout and filling instructions will be sent with your order.

Source: Parker Duofold – David Shepherd, Dan Zazove – Surrenden Press Limited.

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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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Parker Vacumatic Maxima - Golden Pearl - 9ct. Band

Stock number: 5576

Parker Vacumatic Maxima - Golden Pearl - 9ct. Band

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Medium nib, Speedline vacumatic fill system.
Condition: Good
Colour: Parker
1939

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This vintage fountain pen was made by Parker in Canada in1939 and is a good example of the second generation of this very successful Parker model called the “Vacumatic”. Originally launched in 1932 as the “Vacuum Filler”, it was advertised as holding 102% more ink than other pens available at the time. The barrel is used as the ink reservoir rather than an ink sac. This increases the ink capacity. Filled by a then new style vacuum pump mechanism on the barrel end, it was also advertised as “revolutionary in principle and perfectly marvellous in performance”. It became an accepted and reliable filling method that was also initially used for the Parker 51. You will see from the photographs that this second generation model has the then new “speedline” fill system – which means that the plunger  which is used to pump ink into the barrel no longer has to be twisted to lock down but can be left in place to be covered by a longer decorative blind cap on the end of the barrel. It was available in a variety of patterns -  this example is in a pattern termed “Golden Pearl”.  The barrel imprint states “Made in Canada - Parker Vacumatic – Pat. No. 318982 9. Reg. T.M.S.” The fine to medium point nib has the Parker arrow design and states “Parker Vacumatic Reg. T.M. Made in Canada”. The cap is most unusual in that it has a single broad 9ct gold cap band marked “PPCo 975 and a hallmark for 1939. The cap also has the Parker gold fill feather arrow clip. The cap tassel has a decorative end that reflects the pattern of the pen as a whole. The barrel end tassel is black and this has obviously been replaced over the years.  This is a big chunky vintage pen measuring 135mm with cap on and 163mm with cap on barrel end. Condition is good but with some age wear – the end of barrel tassel replacement as mentioned above, some indentations on the barrel blind cap and marks on the section neck from a previous attempt at repair. These imperfections are reflected in the price. It remains an interesting and stylish vintage fountain pen suitable for everyday use and, with its rare 9ct gold band, suitable to add to a vintage fountain pen collection. All fountain pens are professionally serviced by Vintage Fountain Pens Inc. unless otherwise stated and are 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. Filling instructions will be sent with your order.

Source: Parker Vacumatic – Geoffrey Parker, David Shepherd, Dan Zazove – Surrenden Press Limited.

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Parker 51 - Insignia - Rolled Gold Overlay

Stock number: 5797

Parker 51 - Insignia - Rolled Gold Overlay

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Medium nib, Aerometric fill system.
Condition: Good
Colour: Rolled Gold Overlay
c1956

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The aerometric filling “51” was launched in England by Parker in the early 50’s. Its aerodynamic design 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 example, produced at the Newhaven plant, with its rolled gold overlay on cap and barrel, was originally launched in America as the “Signet” but was renamed "Insignia" by Parker following legal advice. It comes with a Parker 51 medium point nib. Condition of both barrel and cap is good with only minor age wear. The cap carries the Parker arrow clip and has the Parker grey “jewel” in the cap crown. The aerometric filling system is often termed "squeezebox" and is a very simple method of filling the pen with ink by unscrewing the barrel to expose the polished steel sleeve filler covering the ink sac - just press the metal bar and release up to four times and this vintage pen is ready to use. It is a good size fountain pen measuring 140mm with cap on and 153mm with cap on barrel end. The Parker "51" was an outstandingly popular fountain pen in its day and remains a stylish and extremely good “workhorse” today. It is an excellent vintage fountain pen for both everyday use and for signing that important letter/ document. 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. There is some light reflection in the montage.

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

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Parker 45 Harlequin - Black Shield

Stock number: 5653

Parker 45 Harlequin - Black Shield

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Fine to Medium nib, Squeezebox fill system.
Condition: Very Good
Colour: Parker Steel - Black Shield
c1981

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This vintage fountain pen  - the Parker 45 was launched in the U.S.A. in the 1960’s and proved to be a very popular economy pen. It was named after the famous Western pistol and was the first pen Parker issued which would take an ink cartridge. The model subsequently became available in the U.K. and this example the Parker 45 Harlequin with its Black Shield pattern dates from 1981 and was phased out in 1983. Whilst it will take Parker ink cartridges, this particular example also comes with the Parker squeezebox fill system fitted. The nib is made of steel and has a firm fine to medium point. The text around the cap lip states “Parker Made in England AE”. Interestingly it has a “Parker U.S.A.” squeezebox filler unit. It is a long slim and very stylish pen measuring 135mm with cap on and 149mm with cap on barrel end. Condition is very good. It will serve well as an everyday writer but is also worth a place in a vintage fountain pen collection as an example of Parker design that was only available for a short period. 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 75 - Lapis Blue - Chinese Characters

Stock number: 5790

Parker 75 - Lapis Blue - Chinese Characters

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Medium nib, Squeezebox fill system.
Condition: Very Good
Colour: Parker
c1979

£245.00
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This exceptionally popular fountain pen range was launched by Parker in the USA in 1964 and, in its various finishes, was produced for the next thirty years. Parker called it the “75” following on from their usage of numbers to denote models which restarted with the “51”. This particular example was manufactured in the Parker factory in France in 1979 and forms part of their Laqué Collection. It is in their Lapis Lazuli colour finish. The Chinese characters at the bottom rear of the cap denote that it is from the very first series and so is quite rare. Around the lip of the cap are the words “Parker Made in France” and the Parker logo. You will note the ridged area between the nib and the barrel that was designed to increase the writer’s grip. The advantage of the “75” nib unit is that the nib collar will rotate if wished to move the nib to an alternative angle to suit your writing style. The smooth medium point nib states “France 585 Parker”. The feed has “M” on the reverse. The section threads are plastic and the top of the cap and the barrel end are dished. It is filled either by using the squeezebox filler unit as shown in the montage or by inserting a Parker ink cartridge (as usual with ink cartridges you will need to give the cartridge a squeeze once in position to start the ink flow). Condition is very good with only minor age wear. It measures 128mm with cap on and 144mm with cap on barrel end. A slim, elegant and, with its Chinese characters, quite rare late vintage fountain pen in a beautiful finish. It has a pleasing weight in the hand and a comforting click when replacing the cap on the barrel. It is suitable for everyday use or to add to a vintage fountain pen 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 dispatch. A gift box is available free of charge on request at checkout.


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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

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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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