Waterman Lady Patricia 1920s, Onyx---extra Flex Nib---restored---fountain Pen
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Waterman Lady Patricia 1920s, Onyx---extra Flex Nib---restored---fountain Pen:
WATERMAN LADY PATRICIA 1920s, ONYX---EXTRA FLEX NIB---RESTORED---FOUNTAIN PEN
WatermanLady Patriciafountain pen, late 1920s, in 'onyx'--cream/red marbled celluloid andbrick-colored hard rubber trim--and gold filled furniture.
Excellent condition with no chips or cracks, clear imprints, minor trim wear, some discoloration. Note the lovely color of the hard rubber section and the correct matching hard rubber feed and cap lip. Really nice. Charming script initials in top crown.
The WatermanNo. 2 nib is fine and very flexible. Its hairlines are respectable, and its wide lines are dramatically wide.It's excellent forpointed-pen calligraphy styles like spencerian or copperplate, but also fine for everyday use. A really nice all around vintage pen.
Restored and working with a new sac installed. Length is about4 1/4 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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