Pelikan M205, Germany, traslucent in blue, silver rodium plated clip and bands, highly polished steel nib, medium point. Mint, original card box. #1533 $USD 135
Pelikan Epoch P363 granite and silver, tradition and innovation. Up-to-date aluminum barrel, innovatively lacquered with a high-quality leather look and a leathery structure that is pleasant to the touch. Solid gold 14 Kt, two colors, medium point. Cartridge-filling: when removing the barrel end, appears a slender tray that accepts the long cartridge. Screwing the barrel end back on fits the cartridge into the section and pierces the cartridge end. Pelikan Epoch fountain pens are supplied with a "long international" style cartridge. Standard international-size cartridges can also be used with a second cartridge acting as a spare. Mint #1616 $USD 140
Lamy 2000, Germany, c. 1966, first serie of this legendary model, created by the Bauhaus designer Gerd A. Müller, in black makrolon, unique combination of steel and fiberglass, with brushed finish, spring solid metal clip, the turning knob has a "L" disc at the end,, (only present in the vintage examples),  the cap is stamped with "LAMY 2000 W.-Germany" near the opening  14 Kt gold nib Platinum plated, generous and butter smooth medium point, piston filler. Excellent  #2172 $US 120
Lamy CP1 Platinum, this model is an upgrade from the original CP1, replacing the matte black lacquer finish with a ribbed pattern, with a  luxurious highly-polished platinum finish. The cylindrical body has a sprung, axle mounted clip made of solid stainless steel. It comes with an interchangeable bi-color 14k gold nib, Medium size. Compared to most high-end pens that typically have a larger profile, the CP1 Shiny Platinum provides a slim and luxurious alternative for all your daily use. Built off the Bauhaus philosophy of clear, functional, modern design, the company is an international leader in superior pens. Mint, unused, comes with box, certificate, use instructions, a blue LAMY ink cartridge, and a LAMY Z27 converter. #2067 $USD 190

Rotring fountain pen, Germany, metallic cap and barrel silver lacque finish, metallic section, red band near the top of the cap, Rotring imprinted on the clip, smooth steel nib, M size, cartridge filling. Mint. #1746 $USD 65

Pilot (Namiki), Japan, 1992, metal finished on red lacquer, kasuri pattern. Kasuri is the name of the fabric woven from threads that are especially dyed to create this pattern. This intricate art is only mastered by very expert elderly weavers. Rare nib section in red, clip and trims gold plated, imprint Pilot L on the cap lip, 14 Kt Gold wing nib marked Pilot14 Kt. 585 F A692 (meaning production of june 1992), 155 mm posted, 131 mm capped, 10 mm diameter. Mint, NOS, original label, cartridges or converter (optional, not included). #2621 $USD 70
Platinum 3776 Century Series, Japan, Chartres blue demonstrator special edition, named after the height of mount Fuji in meters, translucent blue, gold plated clip and trims, the “slip and seal” technology, whose cap prevents the ink drying out, solid 14 K gold nib, available in EF point, cartridge or converter (included) filling, length capped is 5 ½¨. Mint #2682 $USD 150
ST Dupont, France, c. 1975, laque de Chine onyx, gold filled clip, trims and band. The Classique line was designed in 1973, for a request of Jacqueline Kennedy to match with thefamous high line lighter. On the clip it has imprinted serial number and on the band “St Dupont Paris lacque de Chine” and gold french hallmark, solid 18K 750 gold nib,broad point, Dupont converter installed, length capped 13,9 cm. Two small worn spots on the band plating, otherwise excellent #2158 $USD 125
Parker 75, made in Meru, France, 1975, midnight black lacquer, gold filled stepped tassies, Parker arrow clip and cap band, on the cap band the logo, PARKER,  Made in France, TE (date code). Rare with the engraving L3118 on the back side of the grip (prototype identification?). The nib writes with a medium line, marked F on the back of the feed and on the nib PARKER 585 France and the hallmark. Excellent, slightly used, no brassing, no lacquer wear, scarce color, in presentation box. #2904 $USD 140
Parker 75 Insignia II, USA, c. 1975, 22 Kt gold over brass, stepped tassies, gold filled cross-hatch square grid,  on the cap imprinted "Parker 14K GF Made in U.S.A.” gold band grip, rare with the engraving L3118 on the back side of the grip (prototype identification?), solid gold nib medium point, cartridge or converter (included) filling. Mint to near mint in box #2482 $USD 135

Sheaffer  Imperial  ballpoint and mechanical pencil set, USA, limited edition Vintage 1997, gold filled, panels with grapevine decoration, both with white dot, ball point  is clip actuated (reminder clip)  pencil is twist actuated, uses .9 mm lead. On the cap lip imprinted 12 Kt G.F. Sheaffer U.S.A.  Excellent in original presentation box.#2421 $USD 140

Parker 45, England, 3rd Q1982, scarce vintage set of fountain pen and mechanical pencil, brushed stainless steel, rare solid 14 Kt gold nib, medium point, cartridge or converter filling (included).  Matching mechanical pencil, transversal lines engraving near de cone, 1.19 mm leads, twist actuated. Near mint  #336 $USD 55