Parker 61 Custom Mkll duo set, Argentina, c. 1970, fountain pen and ball pen,rage red color, gold filled caps and clips, pearlescent jewels, the section of the fountain pen with double dots instead of the arrow, aerometric filler, gold nib fine point. The ball pen is cap actuated. Mint never used in original box. #2443 $USD 150

Parker 61 Mkll duo set, Argentina, c. 1970, fountain pen and ball pen in scarce surf green and frosty lustraloy, polished ring caps, gold filled clips and tassies, pearlescent jewels. The fountain pen on the section has double dots instead of the arrow, fine point gold nib, aerometric filler. The ball pen is cap actuated. Slighty used, the pen still with the chalk mark indicating the point size, this is the scarcest color #375 $USD 130

Parker 51 Insignia Argentina, c. 1960, trio set of fountain pen, mechanical pencil and ballpen with gold filled caps and barrels, converging lines pattern, pearlescent jewels, fountain pen with fine gold nib, aerometric filler, breather hole on the barrel end, the mechanical pencil uses 0,9 mm and is twist actuated, the ball pen is cap actuated. Parker 51 mechanical pencils and ballpens are very scarce. #484 $USD trio set 260, fountain pen with ballpen only (without the pencil) $USD 220

Wahl, USA, c. 1921, gold filled Grecian border pattern, early all metal barrel pen, 14 kt solid gold nib engraved A. Morton New York, fine point very flexible nib, lever filler, a name engraved on the barrel cartouche. Excellent condition, just a touch of brassing on the cap lip, two almost unnoticeable pin pricks, juicy nib in a very early Wahl pen $2248 $USD 90
Parker Duofold International MKl, UK, date code lllQ corresponding to 1st quarter of 1990, black onyx, clip and bands are  heavy rolled gold 23 kt, bicolor 18 kt solid gold nib, medium point, cartridge or converter (included) filling. Near mint, #3057 $250
Sheaffer Lifetime Triumph 1000, USA, c. 1940, black with gold filled clip and band, large lever filler, 13.4 cm long, white dot on cap end, two-tone Triumph nib, crisp imprint on barrel. Excellent, common small (1 per 5 mm) spot of brassing on the edge of the band, smooth nib #1570 $US 120
Lamy 26P, West Germany, c. 1960s, brushed steel, unual clip with a slit  finished in a black dot, the L on the black end of the barrel, Lamy 26P West Germany engraved on the cap lip, smooth steel nib broadish medium point, fitted with a converter. Near mint, scarce model #2305 $USD 85

Parker Major Vacumatic, USA, c.1943, black with gold filled blue diamond clip and chevron pattern cap band, imprint  "Geo Parker Parker Vacumatic Made in USA .3.”, excellent amber transparency of the reservoir, medium  point 14 kt Parker arrow nib, speedline filler, Length: capped 5 1/16", posted 5 7/8, diameter near ½”.. Excellent #2924 $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

Pelikan M200, Germany, 2002 - 2004, demo anthracite, traslucent, gold plated clip and bands, highly polished gold plated steel nib, fine point. Near mint, discontinued, scarce. #2819 $USD 160

Sheaffer Balance golden brown” pencil: 12.2 cm long, gold filled trim, clip and cone, uses .9 mm lead, twist actuated. Excellent  #L466 $USD 40

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

Rotring 700, Germany, 1990, en la línea de las Montblanc Noblesse CS. The book Lambrou’s Fountain Pens of the World, says that in 1982, Rotring acquired from Mont Blanc the tooling for the CS line, and used that tooling to produce the 700. The design is very thin, quite elegant and it is made from brass, with a black satin finish and the characteristic red band of the brand, the clip has a very complex design which reminds the old Rotring Drop-Bow Compass, on the cap lip engraved Rotring 700 Germany, the grip has several rectangular shallow cavities for greater confort, the polished steel nib is engraved Rotring and is a medium point, smooth writing, cartridge or converter filling. Unique unusual model, discontinued when Sanford acquired Rotring in 1998. Used, very good condition, nib size label still on the barrel. # 2652 $USD 80