Waterman 12 1/2 Stenographer's Pen 1920s, Fine Flex Nib, Near Mint
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Waterman 12 1/2 Stenographer's Pen 1920s, Fine Flex Nib, Near Mint:
WATERMAN 12 1/2 STENOGRAPHER'S PEN 1920s, FINE FLEX NIB, NEAR MINT
Waterman12 1/2 inblack chased hard rubber with a wide gold filled decorated barrel band, probably 1920s. Eyedrop filler, clipless model. This is a thin pen with a #2 nib, marketed to stenographers.
Near mint with lovely crisp chasing, perfect gold fill, clear model number onthe barrel end with its original red paint still present.There's a little bit of fading to thehard rubber's color, but not much.The nib is fine and fairly flexible, capable of dramatic line variation. See the writing samples.
This is an eyedrop filler, so no restoration is needed. The section unscrews as it should, ready for you to drop in your favorite ink. Length is4 11/16 inches.
The writing samples are made using the pen itself, dipped inNoodler's BostonBrahmin Blackink.The paper is a Rhodia pad with 5mm squares.
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