All Items : Popular Collectibles : Writing Instruments : Fountain Pens : Contemporary item #1216563 (stock #D000029)
The 2007 Parker Duofold 'True Blue' limited edition fountain pen in blue and white marble resin with white alloy trim and clip. This handsome pen evokes the colours of Parker's pre-War history, comes in a magnificent weighty lacquered wood box with chrome furnishings containing warranty and True Blue booklets, authenticity card, and a bottle of Penman ink, fabric pouch, outer card box and the original numbered factory plastic wrapping. Condition: Mint. Unused. Uninked...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Writing Instruments : Fountain Pens : Pre 1930 item #1218344 (stock #D000054)
This lady's ring-top lever-fill fountain pen was in production from 1923 to 1929 and is in superb condition. The surface of Sheaffer's 'Radite' material has retained its shine perfectly, showing no wear (it has not been polished - there was no need). The pen is from the period that spelled the end of hard rubber and the move to plastic (Sheaffer's own 'Radite' material)in the mid 1920s...
An elegant 1960s black Pelikan 140 foutnain pen from Germany. This pen has the Pelikan 14 carat solid gold medium nib with double breather hole. The filling system is by piston operated by a twist knob. In superb condition throughout we have not filled this pen as the signs are it has never seen ink and we wished to preserve its pristine condition is preserved. Length: 4¾ inches / 123mm closed.
This beautifully coloured 2003 'antique' pearl-brown marble Italian pen is a rare and unused limited edition engraved for British The Writing Equipement Society. It is one of only 40 made and is numbered 14/40. The nib is in two tone solid 18 carat gold and filling is by twist-knob that operates a piston. It is a weighty pen of substantial proportions for the serious collector. It comes in its Stipula presentation box with signed, sealed certificate and booklet...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Writing Instruments : Fountain Pens : Pre 1930 item #1217484 (stock #D000052)
This a rare and fine example of the Waterman full-overlay 9 carat gold fountain pen in guilloche pattern by engine-turning with blank indicia cartouche (no personal engraving). It dates from the mid-1920s and the condition is superb as can be seen from the photos. Detail shots of the top and bottom show how remarkably well-preserved is this pen. Condition: Excellent with just the smallest of marks on the base, as can be seen in the double-closeup photo...
Conway Stewart's N°479 fountain pen was in production through the 1930s and 1940s and this example is in good condition for its age. The barrel markings: 'The Universal Pen Conway Stewart London N° 479' are clear and easily legible, while this pen has clearly served a loving owner for many years. The Fine Conway Stewart nib is of solid 14 carat gold and has a heart-shaped breather...
A 1960s German piston-fill Pelikan 400 fountain pen in excellent condition. This model has a very unusual upturned nib-tip that enables writing with the pen upside down for a different pen-stroke. Transaprency is excellent and the pen is completely free of cracks, scratches, chips, bite marks and personalised engraving. Fully functional and original. Length: 5.125 inches / 130mm
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Writing Instruments : Fountain Pens : Pre 2000 item #1216547 (stock #D000038)
A magnificent creation by montblanc in the prestigious Patron of the Arts series, this 1997 limited edition (N° 0670 of 4810)celebrates the great Russian Tsarist female leader of the Eighteenth Century. An historic limited edition pen, it is of aubergine precious resin and gold plated overlay, engraved with flower head bands: undoubtedly one of the most spectacular pens to have emerged from the house of Montblanc. Condition: Mint. Unused. Uninked...
Fast becoming a classic this large weighty pen brought out to celebrarte the turn of the millenium is engineered with the quality and accuracy you would expect from the house of Alfred Dunhill. AD2000: Anno Domini 2000 - or Alfred Dunhill 2000: they obviously played on their initials, or perhaps were inspired by them. The balance of the pen is said to carry forward the writing, and it certainly writes more easily than you might expect from such a big, metal pen...
The Conway Stewart 'Dinkie' was claimed by its manufacturers as being the smallest fountain pen in the world when it was introduced in the 1920s. The pen continued into the 1960s but the present model is an early one in good condition for its age. It is in a beautiful red and black marble with gold-plated appointments and it has a very broad solid gold 14 carat nib. So with the smallest of pens you have one of the broadest of nibs - a wonderful combination...
This classic 1930s twinset fountain pen and mechanical pencil from Wahl Eversharp is in the less usual larger size and is in excellent order. The gold plating is in truly stupendous condition, completely without wear as can be seen from the close-up photos. The fine/medium solid gold 14 carat nib is very flexible for those flourishes and curlicues. The mechanical pencil is in equally good condition with all brand markings crisp and clear...
This Delta Parthenope fountain pen is unused and uninked. It is in an unusual and distinctive brown pearl-marble with black cap and base piece, with silver-coloured appointments. The nib is of 18 carat solid white gold. The name of the pen - 'Parthenope' - comes from the ancient name for Naples...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Writing Instruments : Fountain Pens : Contemporary item #1218199 (stock #D000041)
An unused, uninked Delta 20th Anniversary Limited Edition fountain pen in black and orange. This striking 2002 creation by the well-known Italian pen manufacturer is numbered 191 of 982. It comes in an elegant presentation box lined with black velour with certificate and a bottle of unusual matching orange ink. Condition: Mint. Unused. Uninked. Filling system: lever/sac compression Writes: Untested as uninked. Nib : Fine, solid 18ct gold Markings: (1) Cap top Delta 20th Anniversay logo ...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Writing Instruments : Fountain Pens : Pre 2000 item #1218482 (stock #D000045)
This Omas 12-faceted piston-fill fountain pen was made to commemorate fifty years of the FAO and is part of the 1990s evocation of Omas's 1930s era. Length: 5½ inches / 138mm Condition: Mint. Never inked, never used. Nib : Extra-broad solid 18ct gold - two-tone. Markings: (1) Barrel: Omas Extra (2) Cap 'gio pomodoro' (3) Cap band (gold plated) 1945 - 1995 FAO. (4) Nib: Omas 750 18K BB. Box: Optional neutral presentation box.
Conway Stewart's modern evocation of their vintage period, this mint condition very limited edition (number 6 of just 50 made) pen is in a glorious glacé-fruit mixture of colours. The substantial pen is warm and smooth to the touch and though not unused, it remains in aboslutely perfect, mint condition. The wall-thickness of the cap is greater than any pen I've seen (see close-up) and the major cap-band is of solid, not plated, 18 carat gold - fully hallmarked. The pen writes a broad italic e...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Writing Instruments : Fountain Pens : Contemporary item #1216561 (stock #D000024)
Distinctive Writing Instruments Ltd
Price to be announced.
This is a Conway Stewart limited edition 'Dandy' fountain pen in clear and black marbled resin with gilt bands and clip. N° 601/xxxx with its Certificate of Authenticityin a black diamond shpaed presentation box set within an outer presentation box.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Writing Instruments : Fountain Pens : Pre 1980 item #1154737 (stock #270-07)
Two Good Eggs
$34.00
The Sheaffer fountain pen has a 14 K gold nib. The pen is marked "W.A. Sheaffer Pen Co. Fort Madison, Iowa, USA. Patented in USA. 1000". The pen is 5 1/8 inches long and has a military clip. The bladder to hold the ink is perished and would have to be replaced. It has a lever fill action.
An exceptional pen in the Montblanc Patron of the Arts series, this unused, uninked limited edition solid silver Karl der Grosse/Hommage a Charlemagne fountain pen has the Swiss Convention precious metals hallmarks and is numbered 1107/4810. It was released in 2000. It has a twisted solid silver cap and barrel and gold plated pierced decoration at each end. The medium nib is in solid 18 carat gold and bears the Charlemagne monogram.