Very scarce finely chased black hard rubber pen, with a slip-on clip. It is unmarked, Waterman’s look-alike pen, specially Waterman’s-type lever, with a four petaled poppy engraved on it. On the barrel blank engraved J.J. Owens. Probably made by Sunbeam, Liverpool, c. 1930. Bears a 14 Kt warranted gold nib, medium fine, very flexible point. It measures 13,8 cm capped. Very crispy and glossy engravings, no signs of oxidation, excellent. #786 $USD 110

Conway Stewart 28, England, c. 1950, black celluloid, clip, gold filled band and lever, imprinted logo on the clip and the lever, 14 Kt solid gold Conway Stewart N° 5 nib, lever filling, no brassing anywere, excellent. #2857 $USD 90

Conway Stewart 15, England, c. 1950, jet black celluloid, nicke plated clip and lever, imprinted logo on the clip and the lever, 14 Kt solid gold nib with a imprint of a diamond a hajf of a sun in the center, smooth and unusual broad slightly oblique nib, great iridium, flexible, excelente. #3063 $USD 120

Rocola, England, c. 1940, black hard rubber, white metal clip and lever, clear deep imprint on barrel Rocola, smooth solid gold nib imprinted "Warranted 14Carat 1st QUALITY" very flexible from medium to broad line. Unusual War time pen with a juicy nib! #1984 $USD 50

Platignum Pressmatic (Mentmore), England, c.1960`s, set of fountain pen, mechanical pencil and ballpen, brushed chrome plated caps, navy grey barrels, ni bis solid 14Kt gold, medium point,  aerometric filling. Pencil is twist actuated, use 0.9mm leads. The ballpen is button actuated and accept Sheaffer refills. IN original presentation box (for two instruments, probably the ball pen has been added later.Fountain pen has no signs of use, pencil and ballpen are in excellent condition.#2105 $USD 70

Platignum supported the war effort, comissioned by the MOD to create 'spy' pens concealing maps and compasses.