Vintage Sheaffer School Lever Fill Fountain Pen W/ 14k Gold Nib
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Vintage Sheaffer School Lever Fill Fountain Pen W/ 14k Gold Nib:
Vintage Sheaffer Fountain Pen
Description: Hard pen to identify but I think its a school Sheaffer with a 14K gold nib. This is brown plastic lever fill with a thin gold accent ring on the cap
Color:brown with gold accent ring and clip
Markings: Sheaffer Pen Co. Fort Madison IA, USA Mad in USA on body/ Sheaffer 33 Made in USA 14K on nib
Condition:nice condition with minimal scratches, nib is straight
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