Elysée (Staedtler) Parthenon, Germany.produced by the pen company founded by Paul Dummert in 1925. The 70´s found the company producing high quality pens for other important international pen companies with their own brands. In the 80´s the company launched its own brand Elysee intended to be writing jewels. Top of the line oversize pen, c. 1994, made in brass, different colors lacquer and 18Kt gold plated, unique window pattern, wide gold plated cap band imprinted "Elysée GERMANY 18Kt gold plated", Gold plated innerspring clip with four side prongs above the clip post, two colour 18 karat solid gold open nib, with special Élysée logo stamping and platinum plated center, medium point, about 5 5/8 inches long capped and 6 1/8 inches posted, twist converter or standard international cartridges. All of the Parthenon models are fitted with very smooth and wet writing nibs. Mint NOS in presentation box and certificate. Prices varies with color: the black and the blue $USD 230, bimetal $USD 240 and the red $USD 250 - #2491

Elysée Intarsia, Germany, c. 1994, brass base cap and barrel gold plated, finished with  chinese lacquer in a panels pattern, wide gold plated cap band imprinted "Elysée" on the front and "GERMANY" on the back, Gold plated innerspring clip with four side prongs above the clip post, 18 karat solid gold bicolour open nib, with special Élysée logo stamping and platinum plated center, medium point, about 5 5/8 inches long capped and 6 1/8 inches posted, twist converter (included) or cartridges. All of the Intarsia models are fitted with very smooth and wet writing nibs. Mint NOS, in the presentation box. The black is finished with black – grey stripes chinese lacquer in the panels while the blue is finished with plain blue lacquer. The blue has also a gold plated blanc where the name of the owner may be engraved. Each one $USD 190 #2493 black, #2494 blue. $USD 190 each

Pelikan M205, Germany, 2009 – 2013, special edition in Toledo red, rhodinated clip and bands, medium point, piston filler. Mint NOS. Very attractive #1943 $USD 160

Pelikan M250 Souverain, Germany, first series c. 1980 with two cap bands, rare dark red cap and barrel, clip and trims gold plated, smoked ink window, gold plated clip and trims. same size as M400, piston fill, solid gold 14 C nib, oblique medium point. Mint, new old stock, scarce. #1944 $USD 190 

Pelikan Souverain M400 size, Germany, c. 2000, sterling silver cap, gold plated clip and bands, on the wider cap band engraved Pelikan Souverain Germany, the cap is engraved with lines along its length, though spaced a bit further apart, and leaves a blank space for personalization, black resin barrel with a green ink view window, a two tone 18C-750 gold nib BB size (may be other sizes available, please ask). The model M430 should have a single ring at the section and double rings at the piston knob, so I am not sure if this is a transitional model. The cap has some non distracting light scratches beside the clip, otherwise excellent, beautiful pen. #2764 $USD 250 

Parker Falcon Signet (Gold Falcon) set of fountain pen and ball pen, England, first year of production: the ballpointa has the time code corrresponding to the last quarter of 1980 and fountain pen the corresponding to the first of 1981. Both pieces have a longitudinal lines engraved and a blank cartouche. The fountain pen with its revolutionary and unique nib integrated with the section (a feature shared with the Parker T1 only), it produces a smooth medium line, comes with a converter. The ballpoint is actuated with the cap. Both pieces are mint NOS in original wood box. Undoubtedly top of the range set. #243 $USD 225

Parker 50 Falcon fountain pen and ball pen, USA, c.1980, brown epoxy, GF clip and trims. This is the only Parker other than the T-1 that features a large nib integrated to the section. The fine pointed nib has a ball tip which makes this pen ideally suited for either left or right handed writers. Lenght capped 13 cm. Cartridge or converter (included) filling. The ball pen is cap actuated. Both pieces are NOS, mint, in oiginal hard box (the box has age yellow stains) #473 $USD 185

Pilot Falcon Elabo, Japan, glossy black resine, slip on cap, gold filled clip and four bands, on the cap lip two bands, on the broad band imprinted Elabo Made in Japan and hexagonal chain decoration, the 14k gold nib is engraved: 14 Kt 585 Pilot, <SB> Japan, filling by cartridge or converter (included), lenght capped 5 3/8, lenght posted just below 6”, diameter 9/16”. On the barrel there is engraved the number 026419. Used in excellent condition #2768 $USD 150

Pilot Custom Elite, Japan, 1971, big size in black with broad rolled gold band on the cap, printed Elite, big size nib printed 18 kt -585 Pilot Custom Japan T10 71, fine semiflex point, fitted with non removible converter. Length capped 13,8 cm, posted 15.1 cm. Excellent condition. Scarce big size, big nib model #2770 $USD 150


Targa by Sheaffer 1034, USA, c. 1978, in highly desirable marble red lacquer called Ronce, 23 Kt gold plated clip and ends, with the famous Sheaffer inlaid gold nib, broad italic point size, fitted with the original converter., length capped 5 3/8”, diameter 7/16”. Mint or near mint in original box, scarce sought after color, rare nib size. #455 $USD 190 Note: Sheaffer used the name Targa for this model after the sports car race called Targa Florio, held in Sicily as a testing ground for the durability of high class cars such as Ferrari, Maserati, Porsche, Mercedes and Jaguar. Also Porsche called the same name to its sport cars. The name 'Targa by Sheaffer' had a tone indelibly associated with the prestige of the motor industry-innovative and functional with high performance, strong engineering and superb quality. It made a new statement about Sheaffer which continuously built on its reputation for quality and prestige while responding to the evolving desires of the consumer.

Targa by Sheaffer 1013, England, c. 1980, in the unique guilloché finish called Spiral on 23Kt gold plate, matching gold plated clip and trims with black lacquer ends, with the famous Sheaffer inlaid gold nib, fine point size, fitted with the original converter., length capped 5 3/8”, diameter 7/16”. Mint or near mint in original box, special guilloche. #1653 $USD 195 Note: The early models of the Targa by Sheaffer were in the traditional guilloche engraving patterns used by different pen makers such as Fine Barley, Square Cut, Fluted. But with time, Sheaffer introduced some more unusual, and in a way more exciting guilloche patterns, such as the unique Spiral.

Parker 75 fountain pen, USA, c. 1966, flighter, stainless steel, gold plated clip and tassie, graduate section ring, nib Parker 14Kt medium point. Imprint on cap lip "Parker Made in USA NL". Cartridge or converter (included) filler. Scarce, mint or near mint, boxed. #2705 $USD 115

Parker 35, France, Meru, c. 1980´s, very scarce member of the family of Parker 75, barleycorn pattern on rhodium plated, the section with metallic threads like the sought after Parker 75 first year, 18 Kt solid gold nib, fine point, cartridge or converter (installed) filling. Length capped 5", posted 5 5/8", diameter ⅜”. Mint or near mint condition, very scarce model. #2958 $USD 120

Parker, France, c. 2001, ebony black ballpoint, gold plated cap, godron pattern with empty blanc, green jewel cabouchon, twist actuated, 117 mm length. Accepts multipen refills. #3180 $USD 85

Sheaffer Crest Opalite Marine Green ballpen, USA, c. 1990, inspired on the 1950’s Snorkel Crest pens. Cap on 23 Kt gold laminated over bronze cap, the barrel made from real solid rod of celluloid that goes solid celluloid barrel through several lathe turning processes, finally hand sanded and polished. The result is a translucent luminous barrel. Twist actuated. Mint no box #3135 $USD 110
Caran d´Ache Léman Ebony black ballpoint, a tribute to the lake lapping the bays of Geneva, Switzerland, black lacquer and 24 kt gold plated clip and trims, modern stylized sword clip, on the tilted top the company logo enhanced by surrounding red lacquer, on the cap band engraved Caran d’Ache. Mint, never used, no box #3136 $USD 150
Parker 75 Diamant, 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 160
Parker 75 Place Vendome, France, 1985, lacquerburgundy and gold plated trims, on the cap lip imprint Parker, made in France, TE (code year corresponding to 1985) and the logo, scarce 18 kt (750) French nib with french hallmarks, medium point, converter installed. Blameless, most probably never used, in box #2902 $USD 160

Rotring 600 series hexagonal no longer manufactured, precision manufactured, Germany, hexagonal solid brass body, comfortable to hold contour grip, with a matte black finish It is heavy, yet the combination of the weight and balance with the hexagonal design makes it easy to hold the pen steady and level. Smooth medium point nib. Cartridge or converter (not included) filling. Near mint . #2988 $USD 120