Waterman 1930s, Black/red Celluloid, Flex Nib, Restored, Fountain Pen
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Waterman 1930s, Black/red Celluloid, Flex Nib, Restored, Fountain Pen:
WATERMAN 1930s, BLACK/RED CELLULOID, FLEX NIB, RESTORED, FOUNTAIN PEN
Waterman 3 fountain pen, 1930s, in black-and-gray-marble-with-red-flecks celluloid and chrome trim. No. 2 nib, Waterman '30s 'Tip-fil' feed.
Very good condition with no chips or cracks, some minor trim wear. A great looking pen.
The nib is a really nice Waterman No. 2. Flexible without being really soft, it's excellent for everyday use but is also capable of significant line variation -- it's nice and fine with no pressure, and with pressure, gets very wide. You can use it for any pointed-pen styles like spencerian or copperplate.
Restored and working with a new sac installed. Length is about five 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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