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Vintage Waterman Pens And Pencils

WA209  $85

Waterman Fountain Pen, ca. early 1980s, France, Pink Granite Lacque finish, heavy gold electroplated clip and cap band – band is marked:  Waterman Made in France.  Rounded cap and barrel ends.  (Referred to as Forme Rond).  Gold plated nib is a responsive medium point.  Measures 5.5 inches long.  Cartridge-Converter fill, Waterman piston style converter is included, Waterman cartridges sold separately.  Very good condition.  

WA211  $65

 

Waterman Kultur Fountain Pen, ca. early 2000s, France. Matte Silver cap and barrel with black cap top and clear section so you can see the ink flow through. Bright chrome clip with center cut out. Large polished steel nib. Nib is marked Fine, but as is typical of the Kultur series, writes more like a medium. Cartridge-converter fill-Waterman converter is included. Measures 5 3/8 inches long. Included is a Waterman royal blue gift box and instruction booklet. These items are not original to the pen. Very good condition.  

WA214  $75

Waterman Desk Set, ca. 1960s, black porcelain circular base with bright chrome straight fixed pen holder. Measures about 5 inches diameter. Printed on the rear bottom edge of the base in large silver letters: Waterman’s. We have been unable to turn up any information on this rather sleek looking desk set base. Our best guess is that it would have held a slim Waterman ballpoint desk pen, but we also have not been able to locate information on a Waterman pen that would have been suitable for this base. In the meantime, we dropped in a slim black Sheaffer ballpoint desk style pen which fits just right! Very unusual and the large Waterman’s imprint on the back is an eye catcher. Very good condition. 

WA220   $500 

Waterman Ink Vue Demonstrator Fountain Pen, ca. mid-1930s, USA.  Clear celluloid cap and barrel, nickel trim.  Solid 14KT gold nib is marked:  Waterman’s Ideal 14KT Reg. US. Pat Off Made in USA.  Keyhole shaped vent hole.  Flexible nib goes from fine to broad.  Ink Vue Filling – Lift jointed lever at end of barrel to depress Ink Vue Sac and fill barrel with ink. Barrel is engraved in gold:  Ed Hunt.  Ink Vues were a departure for Waterman who traditionally used the lever fill system.  My personal opinion is that they required a hands on approach to sell, at least initially – of all the demonstrator pens I’ve seen over the years, I’ve seen more Ink Vue demos than any other pen.  I think they kept the salesman, Ed Hunt, busy demonstrating the Ink Vue.  This particular demo is probably in the best condition of any we’ve acquired over the years.  The cap is slightly yellowed, still very transparent.  Center section is ambered.  The lower end is starting to amber, but still easy to see the sac inside.  The cap’s nickel trim – clip and band are well worn, clip shows light to medium corrosion especially on high points.  The lever and lever box are in excellent condition.  Section is hard rubber and color is excellent.  Art Deco ends, cap top is black stepped design, the bottom end would have originally had a Waterman’s Ideal medallion and it is missing. Measures 5 1/8 inches long.  The original black hard shell box has champagne colored satin lining with Waterman’s printed on the lid, lower lining is cream colored and has numerous ink stains.

  

 

Waterman Memorabilia

P-823 Waterman 8x10 Color Photograph $5

Waterman 8x10 Color Photograph - Nice layout of 8 Waterman pens including No. 52, No. 94, No. 12, a Silver Ray Ink Vue Set and some others. This photo looks like it may have been taken for someone’s catalogue layout, but I don now know who took the photo or when they were taken! Very high quality photography. Perfect condition. Just waiting for you to frame it and put with your Waterman memorabilia!

P-825 Waterman 8x10 Color Photograph $5

Waterman 8x10 Color Photograph - Waterman Crusader Black Fountain Pen with gold cap. This photo looks like it may have been taken for someone’s catalogue layout, but I don now know who took the photo or when they were taken! Very high quality photography. Perfect condition. Just waiting for you to frame it and put with your Waterman memorabilia!

P-826 Waterman 8x10 Color Photograph $5

Waterman 8x10 Color Photograph - Waterman Ink Vue Silver Ray Fountain Pen and Pencil Set. This photo looks like it may have been taken for someone’s catalogue layout, but I don now know who took the photo or when they were taken! Very high quality photography. Perfect condition. Just waiting for you to frame it and put with your Waterman memorabilia!

P-827Waterman 8x10 Color Photograph $5

Waterman 8x10 Color Photograph - Waterman Patrician Turquoise Fountain Pen and Pencil on book pages from Julius Caesar. This photo looks like it may have been taken for someone’s catalogue layout, but I don now know who took the photo or when they were taken! Very high quality photography. Perfect condition. Just waiting for you to frame it and put with your Waterman memorabilia!

P-829 Waterman 8x10 Color Photograph $5

Waterman 8x10 Color Photograph - Waterman Exclusive (modern) Fountain Pen, Roller Ball and Ballpoint Pen trio in marbled green lacque. cap. This photo looks like it may have been taken for someone’s catalogue layout, but I don now know who took the photo or when they were taken! Very high quality photography. Perfect condition. Just waiting for you to frame it and put with your Waterman memorabilia!

B1658 Waterman 1923 Advertising Calendar Blotter $25

Waterman 1923 Advertising Calendar Blotter is printed in blue and black on white blotting paper. Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen and Globe logo printed in the center. Imprinted for Thiele Prescription Druggist in Alliance, Nebraska. Measures 3.5 x 6 inches. Never used, no ink blots on the back and in excellent condition. As it says, Useful Every Day In The Year.

Refilling your Vintage Mechanical Pencils

Most mechanical pencils made before the late 1960s and some even after that are refilled by feeding lead in from the Point End. Those that feed from the barrel (below the eraser) are a fairly modern invention! Don't be fooled by leads in the barrel, in older pencils, that was simply a space to store a few extra leads, but that's it - just storage. As always with vintage writing instruments, exceptions will crop up!

The instruction to the left are from a Sheaffer package insert, but apply to most older mechanical pencils.

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