Conway Stewart 55 Black Celluloid 1940-50s Fountain Pen. 14c M Flex Nib. Rare
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Conway Stewart 55 Black Celluloid 1940-50s Fountain Pen. 14c M Flex Nib. Rare:
Conway Stewart 55 Black Celluloid 1940-50s Fountain Pen. 14C M Flex Nib. Rare. Works perfect. Fully serviced.
The pen has been fully serviced and cleaned. A new sac fitted then re-assembled as it left the factory in the 1940-50s. All functions 100% as new.To fill could not be easier. Simply pull lever down 90 degree and then place nib in ink. Close the lever down flush. Take nib out of ink. Wipe excess. Done. Takes seconds.
Perfect as a gift or treat yourself to a quality collectible that can be used and enjoyeddaily.....
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Shipping costs etc, UK, £4.50 Worldwide add: Insured Registered Express delivery: Worldwide $14.00, Europe £10.00. Combined shipping is available. Email for quote. Fed Ex is also available..
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PLEASE VIEW MY OTHER ITEMS MORE PENS, Montblanc, Conway Stewart, Parker, Waterman, Mabie Todd Swan, Sheaffer, Dunhill, Dupontetc...On 20-Nov-13 at 17:06:13 GMT, seller added the following information:
Some more information about this, The Conway Stewart 55
This early Senior size Conway is one of the largest of the period at 13.2m or 5.2 inch capped. Quite chunky as well. Larger than a model 58 for example. This one is made of wonderful Gloss Black Celluloid, The Clip, Lever and Rings are Yellow Gold plated. The pen has no dents, deep scratches or bite marks etc. The gold trim is also great with only the lightest patina wear as is expected of 60+ year old. Its barrel signatures are deep and easy to read. It has, "The Conway Stewart" and No. 55 under which is an early logo example, The word, The, was dropped from The Conway Stewart logo by the 1950s to just, Conway Stewart. This early example also has Made in England going around the pen rather than under theConwayStewartlogo. Nice features. All date the pen from 1940s. Very nice example of a rare pen..
The 14C M flex nib writes with a fluid smooth medium line at normal pressure. Very user friendly. However this rare nib also has superb flex that allows for line width variation from medium all the way to double broad on the down stroke when pressure is applied. Very creative line full of personality and spring. Highly responsive.The nib, feed and section were all dismantled and cleaned correctly so this pen now flows and writes as well today as the day it was made 60 years ago. Zero leaks etc. PERFECT for everyday use. Fantastic pen. Ready to write just add your favorite ink...........