Recent Vintage and Collectable Additions - Page 1
Black lacquer Sheaffer Targa fountain pen with a spiral finish, 14k inlaid Sheaffer medium, uses bottled ink or ink cartridges, converter present, no surface scratches or marks, regular size, USA, c. 1989, (excellent). Sold
Sheaffer Targa fountain pen, gold plated fluted barrel and cap, 14k medium nib, white dot pocket clip, cartridge converter, converter present, no marks or scratches, USA, c. 1985, (excellent), £109.
Parker 61 Consort fountain pen and matching ballpoint pen set, 14k medium nib fitted to the fountain pen, cartridge converter, no dings or surface scratches, original retailer chalk marks to both pen barrels, boxed with the converter, English, c. 1975, (mint), £229.
Parker 61 Consort fountain pen, black barrel, 14k medium nib, cartridge converter, original converter present, no scratches, boxed as illustrated, English, c. 1970, (excellent). Sold
Large vintage Waterman L'Etalon fountain pen, gold plated basket weave finish, 18k medium nib, cartridge converter, converter present, no dings or surface scratches, France, c. 1990s, (excellent). Sold
Waterman CF fountain pen and matching ballpoint pen, very attractive finish that we have only seen a few times over the years, 18k fine nib, excellent example of this early cartridge converter fountain pen, gold plated, fountain pen uninked and both pens are unmarked in any respect and like new, complete with CF converter, France, c. 1970s, (mint). Sold
Parker 51 Signet fountain pen, 12k gold filled, 14k fine nib, pearlised cap jewel, c. 1955, aerometric filler, no dings, scuffing or marks, made in England, lightly engraved 'S. M. B.' on the cartouche, (excellent). Sold
Silver Mordan Poplar pencil, no dings or scratches, good mechanism, length 100mm, circa 1890, marked 'S. Mordan, sterling' (excellent), £169.
Yellow metal magic pencil, very good mechanism, no dings, bruises, or scratches, ring top, circa 1880, USA, (very good), £79.
Bottle of ink marked T. Webster & Co. Ltd, Diamine Works, Liverpool, and containing Webster's blue black Diamine writing fluid, in a large Bourne Denby stoneware salt glazed bottle, c. 1920s (very good). Sold
Silver Torpedo Sampson Mordan Everpoint pencil, 1938. Plain finial and with engine-turned barrel, patent No. 307227, hallmarked, good mechanism, boxed with no dings or dents, (excellent). Sold
Marbled green Parker Duofold pencil, raised feather decoration to the pocket clip, gold plated trim, circa 1990, English, .9mm leads, eraser and spare leads revealed by removing the finial, (mint). All Parker Duofold pencils have now been discontinued by Parker. Sold