Montblanc 146 Le Grand Solitaire. Gold Barley 1st issue Fountain Pen 1991. 18k M Semi Flex Nib. Made in Germany in 1991 ONLY in this exact form. True 1st EVER issue Serial Numbers. Also has early Ink Window without lines. By end of 1991 beginning of 1992 the added Stripes to the window. Very highly sought after. The pen is Yellow Gold plated. It has zero plate loss or brassing etc. Overall once in the hand to the naked eye looks fantastic. For a 30 year old I would say stunning. The FINE Barley pattern is Timeless Elegance personified. Pen works and writes as NEW. Nib is perfect with zero damage. RARE semi flexible nib. Can flex from Fine to Bold Broad on the down stroke when varying levels of pressure is applied. MOST of these modern era nibs are FIRM. Comes in a superb original Montblanc 146 size presentation Case that compliments the pen perfectly. Come s ready to write just add your favourite colour bottled ink… Perfect as a gift or treat yourself to a wonderful collectible fountain pen that can be used and enjoyed daily.. Please view all the Photographs they form large part of the description. All photographs are of actual pen. What you see is everything you receive. Any boxes or papers will ALWAYS be photographed if included. Fed Ex is also available. PLEASE VIEW MY OTHER ITEMS MORE PENS, Montblanc, Onoto, Conway Stewart, Parker, Waterman, Mabie Todd Swan, Sheaffer, Dunhill etc. The item “Montblanc 146 Solitaire Gold Barley Fountain Pen 1991. 18k M Semi Flex Nib. RARE” is in sale since Thursday, March 25, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectables\Pens & Writing Equipment\Pens\Fountain Pens\Montblanc”. The seller is “myhs10cd” and is located in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
No noticeable scratch or dirt. See the pictures for more details. If you have any question about the condition, accessories, or anything about the product, Please feel free to message us. We are glad to answer all your concerns. If you are planning to be in the situation with no internet, please let us know. North America Oceania Middle East. If the product contains explosive materials, we have to take that out. (Do not worry, we contact you if we have to). Return is allowed when the condition does not match with description. Please keep in your mind that we take pictures of all the item’s details to avoid any problem. The item “S. T. Dupont Audrey Collection Audrey Hepburn Liberte Fountain Pen Nib 14k F Rare” is in sale since Sunday, January 12, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Fountain Pens\S.T. Dupont”. The seller is “experience_japan” and is located in Kyotoshi nishikyoku. This item can be shipped worldwide.
High-relief sculptural gold-plated sterling silver barrel and cap. Depicting Eve and the serpent, ebonite endpiece and section. Eve And The Snake Limited Edition fountain pen. With 18 K Gold small Medium nib. Cap and barrel made of red and black streaked ebonite. Cap overlay in the image of Eve holding the apple. And barrel overlay in the image of the snake. Both overlays made of vermeil (gold-plated 925 sterling silver). Formed using the lost wax method. Which Audiard employs to near perfection. Safety filling mechanism, with turning knob at the end of the barrel. And accompanied by an eye dropper. Piston-operated, by turning the vermeil top. Also, accompanied by signed (engraved signature) in a metal medallion. And a sculpted plaster stand. (which incorporates an ink pot space with lid). With metal upright whose sculpted top is in the form. Of a sculptor inspecting his large masterpiece sculpture. Michel Audiard is a well known. And highly respected French artist/sculptor/designer. Who has produced many significant and unique pieces. Across a range of fields, from art pieces. To pens, to furniture, etc. This pen is one of a kind, released in circa 1998. It is indeed a unique offering, and most beautiful. (the certificate of origin cover is discoloured down one edge o the front). Length closed is 12.3 cm, length open is 12.5cm. Width at widest point on cap is 2.2cm, and weight empty is 100g. Pictures are part of the description. General terms of sale. Due to fraud cases experiences in the past, we request that. Please consider time zone differences. We will be very happy to resolve the issue with you as soon as possible. The item “RARE UNIQUE MICHEL AUDIARD EVE AND SNAKE SCULPTURE FOUNTAIN PEN COLLECTORS” is in sale since Friday, March 19, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Fountain Pens\Other Fountain Pens”. The seller is “the-incurable-collectors” and is located in Oregon. This item can be shipped worldwide.
UNUSED RARE France 1980’s Purple Parker 180 F Nib Fountain Pen. NO CRACKS NO HAIRLINE CRACKS. See my other auctions. I declare the packages as a “GIFT” for you and put some low value, not. The item(s) you see in the photos is what you will receive. See all photos for more details and to help judge condition. If there are any questions please ask. CONDITION AS SHOWN ON PICTURES. Condition to be expected exactly what can be seen on the pictures added to the listing. Use the image to evaluate quality in order to avoid any future misunderstandings, please. I advise you to wait up to 30 days. If you don’t get your item in that period please contact me.. The item “UNUSED RARE France 1980’s Purple Parker 180 F Nib Fountain Pen” is in sale since Monday, September 14, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Fountain Pens\Parker”. The seller is “nenad1982pa” and is located in Pancevo. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Pelikan 140 Fountain Pen 14k EF Flex Nib Rare Vintage Excellent. A beautiful item collection or a great pen for regular use. All my pens offered by inheritance, I’m not an expert, but I’m happy to answer questions or add some more photos. See high resolution images. Dear buyers, please keep in mind that i are dealing with vintage and antique items. You should not expect vintage and antique items to be as brand new ones. They always have some degree of wearing. Please, take care to examine the photos and read descriptions; Thank you. However, please keep in mind that the actual colors can be slightly different, due to differences in camera exposure settings, reflections of light, and variations from monitor to monitor. If you have any questions about this topic, I will be glad to answer that. Please before you pay, make sure you want this item. Professional and safe packaging. Look at my other auctions. The item “Pelikan 140 Fountain Pen 14k EF Flex Nib Rare Vintage Excellent” is in sale since Thursday, December 24, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Fountain Pens\Pelikan”. The seller is “kizaazoran” and is located in Belgrade. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Platinum / Blue Enamel. LIMITED EDITION LOUIS CARTIER’ART DECO’ FOUNTAIN PEN. LIMITED EDITION TO CELEBRATE CARTIER’S 150TH ANNIVERSARY. Serial Number xxx / 1847. Comes with correct and original Cartier. 18K platinum pl solid gold nib. Real quality solid weight and feel! The pen is a convertible filler. Uses Cartier ink cartridges or the Cartier ink converter included. Complete with case, outer box. And all booklets and papers. And small box of 2 Cartier sample ink cartridges. (Pictures are part of the description). General terms of sale. Due to fraud cases experiences in the past, we request that. Photographs are part of the description. Please consider time zone differences might cause a slight delay. We will be very happy to resolve the issue with you as soon as possible. The item “CARTIER Louis Cartier Art Deco Platinum Blue Enamel Limited Edition 1847 piece” is in sale since Saturday, March 20, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Ballpoint Pens\Other Collectible Ballpoint”. The seller is “the-incurable-collectors” and is located in Portland, Oregon. This item can be shipped worldwide.
ECLIPSE 1/20 18K GOLD FILLED CASE WITH 14K NIB IN GOOD CONDITION TO RESTORE AS SEEN IN THE PHOTOS. FROM A VERY NICE UPSCALE LOCAL ESTATE SALE. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR NEED ADDITIONAL PHOTOS PLEASE SEND ME YOUR REQUEST. THANKS FOR LOOKING AND BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE OTHER PENS AND GREAT ITEMS I HAVE LISTED. The item “VERY RARE ECLIPSE CLIP CAP FOUNTAIN PEN 18K GOLD FILLED CASE 14K NIB” is in sale since Wednesday, October 7, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Fountain Pens\Waterman”. The seller is “reel-one73″ and is located in Berryton, Kansas. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay, Russian federation.
Up for sale is an Ultra Rare – New Old Stock (NOS) – Mint condition – Pelikan M250 Blue Set – With Divine 12C Mono Tone HEF Nib & Vintage Inkwell. The set is in absolute NOS Mint condition, label still on barrel indicates EF size, also a label on pen’s cap clip indicates the Pelikan model M250, feels like just came out of factory yesterday. The set also comes with already discontiuned Rare Pelikan Vintage Style inkwell, allowing you to place the pen on the inkwell, the inkwell perform both as inkwell and pen holder. What makes the set ultra rare is the 12C HEF nib, H stands for’Hard’, the 12C HEF was specialty nib exclusively for the Japanese market back in 80s and 90s. The 12C HEF nib was designed to write Asian characters, writes a true EF size line, just divine nib. The nib was using a vintage blade shape grinding, unlike the current Pelikan EF grinding (current Pelikan EF grinding is ball shape, no line variation). Ultra rare set, get the set ASAP! The item “Ultra Rare-NOS-Mint Pelikan M250 Blue Set-12C HEF Nib-Vintage Inkwell” is in sale since Thursday, January 21, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Fountain Pens\Pelikan”. The seller is “jhsd1124013561″ and is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This item can be shipped worldwide.
1st Issue (Prototype) Lever Pen. 14K F/M Full Flex Nib. Just serviced with new Ink Sac. Works and writes as when New. Made in New York 1914 to 1915 (Nib and BHR pen). Once in London it was given this wonderful EXTRA Thick solid Gold Jacket Overlay. Timeless elegance personified, As English and of its time as it gets. UNIQUE to London Market ONLY. Fully Hallmarked at the London Assay office in 1915. This pen is a TRUE piece of Waterman History. First EVER issued Lever Pen by Waterman. The pen is a fantastic senior size at 13.8cm or 5.4inch capped. Similar in size to the models that replaced the PSF, the famous 1917 to 1920’s model 52 or 54. Although the same size pens, Width and Length as each other. The PSF and 52 or 54 share no parts other than lever design. The caps and barrels do not interchange. The threading is COMPLETELY different between the two era designs so their parts do not fit each other. This pen is a ClipLess model in that it NEVER had a fixed Clip fitted. As was the fashion in London and Paris at the time. This pens ULTRA Rare 1st issue LEVER is actually the standard length but the front 1/3 is hidden by its prototype Gold Jacket. Giving it the unique look of having a short lever (see photo 8). This rare Lever has the early LARGE Ideal Lollypop FONT. Remarkably this lever is still Pristine. Zero plate loss etc. 1st ever lever and its perfect. The pen has no cracks or splits etc. Beyond rare to find at all let alone so clean. Overall once in the hand to the naked eye looks amazing. Considering this pen is 106 years old I would say it is the cleanest example in the world. That is if there is another example to compare it to. This is NOT a NEW pen. Of course, as with any 106 year old original it has a few micro signs of being handled and light desk wear etc. Although I have seen 1 month old pens in far worse condition. Regardless of the fact this pen is in sensational condition it is actually its place in HISTORY that stands it aside from all others. You will not find an earlier example. They simply DO NOT exist. This pen IS the first of its kind. The original Waterman Lever pen.. As beautiful to look at and historically significant as this pen undoubtedly is. It writes even better. Its amazing New York 2 (large) nib is a simple JOY to write with. The nib is also perfect with zero damage. Superb Iridium tips are good to last several more lifetimes. It writes with a Bold Fine or Medium line that has Fine line side stroke at normal pressure. Very elegant writing perfect for everyday use. However, this nib also has fantastic flexibility that allows for even more line width variation on the down stroke when varying levels of pressure is applied. It can flex to all the way past Double Broad and beyond. A nib so creative its only limitation is the imagination and writing ability of its user. It original feed offers PERFECT ink flow. Never skipped a beat during its writing test and I really push them. This chap is worth breaking the bank for. You will not see another example. This chap is as RARE as Waterman pens come. Handsome, Refined, 1915 certified, modern size senior, Historically significant, Perfect weight, Perfect Length, Width, Weight balance in the hand when writing, A sensational Flex nib, A simple JOY to write with…… The superlatives are endless with this pen. HISTORY in more detail…. For those interested or if you have the inclination or time. Who exactly was he? For those unaware of who FDW (Frank Dan Waterman) is you must first start at the beginning. With his Uncle Lewis Edson Waterman. In 1883 Lewis formed the Waterman Pen Company. Lewis died in 1901 leaving the company to his Nephew, Frank Waterman. Lewis’s production innovations and Feed invention created the platform that allowed FDW to expand and evolve the Waterman pen company into the largest pen sales in the world by 1910. Although Lewis gets credit. It is actually FDW that is responsible for almost EVERY collectible vintage waterman pen ever made. Sleeve fillers, pump filler, coin fillers etc etc etc. ALL under FDW stewardship. Models, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20, PSF, 42, 44, 46, 48, 52, 54, 56, 58, 92, 94, 5, 7, Ripple, Celluloid transition, Patrician, Lizard etc etc etc etc. FDW made them all. Not his uncle Lewis! Lets give credit where credit is due. The heyday of the Waterman Pen company came under FDW’s ownership. Lewis simply laid the foundations. And London have a strong connection. To my knowledge it is the ONLY place you find his name directly attached to a pen. Of course the English have a proud tradition of Hallmarking ALL Gold and Silver goods with Makers mark and date codes etc. Was proud to add his initials to such an esteemed historic tradition. FDW made London the distribution centre for ALL its European exports. Or Canada came from New York to London. From London to rest of Europe and World from early 1900’s to 1929. However I can not remember ever seeing an earlier Gold Stamped Waterman pen with FDW initial than this 1915 PSF example. It could well be 1915? 1915 is the FIRST year Waterman made a Lever pen. Those models are PSF. In 1917 Waterman renumbered its pens and the 12PSF became the 52 for example etc etc.. This FDW Gold pen is pre PSF and exceptionally rare. VERY few of these were ever made. The GOLD Lever housing is bespoke to this pen. I have not seen another even similar. The IDEAL logo under the Lever lollypop is Silver and also ULTRA Rare (see photo 5). This pen is a Prototype. It has no model number. It is similar to a 12 or 14 PSF. However, when you directly compare this pen to a first issue 12PSF it has a few unique quirks. The width of the pen is 1mm wider. The nib and feed are larger than a 12PSF. The threads are a touch different also. All in time to make the 1915 manufacture date. It is a prototype PSF design (The BHR parts). The Gold parts are also UNIQUE and Prototype for London. The size 2 nib is very unusual in size. It is wide like a size 4 nib. Same with the feed. Indeed my 12PSF nib and feed simply slide in and out of this pens front section and this pens large size 2 nib and feed will not go into the 12PSF front section. This pen has to be amongst the FIRST PSF Lever models EVER made. So why did it take Waterman so long to make a Lever pen? 1915 seemed a bit late to me. I always imagined they made them early 1900’s. However the fact is they did not make a Lever pen for sale until 1915. So lets deep dive into the history of the Lever design itself to find answers to this 1915 date. 1908 is when the first Lever pens were patented. By Sheaffer no less. Before he even had a pen company to speak of. His delay in forming a company and getting manufacture up and running and marketing etc took him years before releasing to a wide audience. Perhaps as late as 1912. I believe Sheaffer tried to sell his design to other pen companies. So, Waterman would have been long aware of his design. So in 1915 to 1917 Waterman and several other pen companies like Swan Mabie Todd, Conklin and Conway Stewart to name a few launched their own Lever pens. Which is why 1915 is the 1st year Waterman made a Lever pen. ALL lever pens use Sheaffer’s original design more or less. It was the best. Finally, one has to also look at the history of when this pen was made. 1914 to 1915 is also a VERY important time in the history of the World and in the relationship between the U. Millions of men were passing through England onto WAR in Europe. Certainly a good time to be in the pen business. War brought millions of letters daily to homes around the world. No internet, no texts, no telephones. A letter was the ONLY form of communication. Waterman was uniquely placed in both New York and London to offer its wares to travelling soldiers, sailors, pilots and officers alike who’s only lifeline to family, friends, girlfriends and lovers alike was the humble letter. Diaries, Poems and War letters. Pens were in an ALL time high demand. Americans, Canadians, Australians, New Zealand, India, Commonwealth etc etc etc, Soldiers all leaving from ports in England. Waterman also had a huge base in Paris, France. So if they did not sell a soldier a pen in New York or London then they got you in Paris en-route to the trenches…. Full of innovation and death. C ome s ready to write just add your favourite colour bottled ink… Perfect as a gift or treat yourself to a wonderful collectible fountain pen that can be used and enjoyed daily.. Please view all the Photographs they form large part of the description. All photographs are of actual pen. What you see is everything you receive. Any boxes or papers will ALWAYS be photographed if included. Fed Ex is also available. PLEASE VIEW MY OTHER ITEMS MORE PENS, Montblanc, Onoto, Conway Stewart, Parker, Waterman, Mabie Todd Swan, Sheaffer, Dunhill etc. The item “Waterman PSF Solid Gold F. D. W. Fountain Pen 1915. 14K F/M Flex Nib. Ultra Rare” is in sale since Thursday, March 25, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectables\Pens & Writing Equipment\Pens\Fountain Pens\Waterman”. The seller is “myhs10cd” and is located in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire. This item can be shipped worldwide.