Carters Pencil, c1930, turquoise & black, 5 1/16 inches, please note that the top portion of the clip has been pushed inside the barrel (see pic), clip is tight, gold plating almost completely worn off nose cone, full original eraser, pencil works great, coloring and surface condition excellent, VG+, $75, Item # CA381

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Parker Jack-Knife Safety #4 1/2, black chased hard rubber, c1920, 5 7/16 inches closed, user grade pen, oxidized and worn, chip to cap lip (see yellow arrow in pic #1; chip also visible in pic #2), clip is well brassed, Medium juicy Lucky Curve #4 nib w/ medium flex, restored, Good, $95, Item #PR201

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Parker Lucky Curve #20 1/2, black chased hard rubber, c1920, 5 3/8 inches closed, only flaw is that someone scratched the letter 'W' into a portion of the barrel imprint (see yellow arrows), smooth Fine+ #2 nib w/ mild flex, restored, Exc, $100, Item #PR201  SOLD

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Parker True Blue Flattop, c1928, 4 1/2 inches closed, some nicks to barrel (see red arrows), clip has a couple mild bends (see red arrows), smooth Broad nib w/ faint flex, restored, VG, $70, Item #PR183

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Sheaffer Lifetime Black & Pearl Midget Balance Pen, c1935, 4 1/8 inches closed, ringtop model, gold filled trim, cap band beautifully engraved, some ambering, nice looking clean pen, smooth firm Fine+ Lifetime nib, restored, Exc, $75, Item #SH215

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Sheaffer Lady Lifetime Black & Pearl Flattop Fountain Pen, c1928, 4 9/16 inches closed, ringtop model, gold filled trim, crack to cap lip (see red arrow), some ambering, smooth Fine & firm 'Lady' Lifetime nib, restored, VG, $45, Item #SH233

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Swan Mabie Todd Fountain Pen Set, c1940s, display box has white tape along its spine holding it together, pen & pencil are relatively modest, both have original price bands, pencil crown cannot be unscrewed in order to access the eraser, pen is lever filler w/ some wear to lever arm, pen measures 4 1/2 inches closed, Made in England, pencil works, pen is restored, smooth Medium firm Swan 14C-585 nib, restored, Exc+, $75, Item #SW246

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Wahl Sub-Brand Fountain Pen (perhaps Monitor or Paramount), BHR, stub oversize model, 5 1/16 inches closed, no maker's mark on pen, pen is oxidized, note the round dark area on the back of the cap - there must have been an round sticker over this area for a long time, no damage, smooth #5 Wahl nib, nib produces a Broad wet line, mild flex, $100, Item #WL462

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