(this page updated 16th January, 2019)

Burnham pens were manufactured in England between the mid-1920's and the mid-1960's
and are now becoming very collectible.
Early Burnhams are quite rare, whilst the 1940's/1950's models come in a
stunning array of different coloured marbles and several different sizes.
By any standards these are worthy pens, and they make very decorative
and useful additions to any collection.


All are in working order - unless noted

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Our
ref.
Model Colour
Year
Condition
Price



RBU
128

 

 

 

 

A most rare and unusual small lady- sized pen and pencil set in the most attractive shade of Yellow with some Cream highlights - a pattern hardly ever seen from this manufacturer

Would make a unique gift to someone special - or yourself. (you won't find another one like these anywhere else)!

rbu128(i)
Yellow, with some Cream highlights
(click on the images above & below for larger pictures)
rbu128
(pen has semi-flexible MEDIUM 14 carat gold nib)
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rbu128(ii)

c.1932

VG/EX - some very slight darkening on pen barrel, from previous use

Box is not the original

£135


RBU
108

 

 

L-O-N-G and slim handsome triple banded button-filler

Barrel inscription reads The Burnham, British Make

Green marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
rbu108
(with original flexible MEDIUM/FINE gold nib)
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rbu108(i)
c.1936 EX £70


RBU
50

 

 

S-L-I-M and compact mid-size button-filler in a most attractive patterning

Barrel inscription reads The Burnham, British Make

Blue marble with translucent Silver flecks

(with original semi-flexible MEDIUM gold nib)

sold

c.1936 VG - lowest cap band slightly loose, and clip is from a later period £50





RBU
77

 

 

 

A handsome, rare, and slightly longer than usual lever-filler

Barrel inscription reads The Burnham, British Make

Light and Dark Green marble with Black veins (gold-plated trim)
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
rbu77
(with original semi-flexible FINE/MEDIUM nib)
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rbu77(i)
c.1936 VG - slight spreading at the lever-box and some minor plier marks on the section £60



RBU
262

 

 

 

An interesting and slightly longer than usual pre-war Burnham.

Barrel inscription reads The Burnham, British Make

Burgundy and Black marble (gold-plated trim)
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
rbu262
(with flexible MEDIUM warranted 14 ct gold nib)
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rbu262(i)
c.1936 VG/EX - the slightest tightness when screwing cap on to barrel £60



RBU
80

 

 

Very pretty and rare lady-size slim pen, with the added rarity of the blind cap being in the same material as the body of the pen

No barrel inscription - ? worn away

Subtle shades of Green, with a hint of Silver (gold-plated trim)
(click on the image immediately below for a larger picture)
rbu 80
(with later WHS (W.H.Smith & Son Ltd) MEDIUM nib)
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rbu80(i)
c.1938 VG - slight swelling around the lever aperture £55





RBU
117

 

 

 

A No.55 lever-filler in the unusual patterning of Green 'flame' (a material also used by Conway Stewart)

Green 'flame' (Green & Black patterning)
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
rbu117
(with original FINE/MEDIUM gold nib)
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rbu117
c.1938

 

VG/EX

Barrel inscription slightly worn - otherwise this is a superb example

£65



RBU
149

 

 

 

And another boxed set - from around the same period - this time with a lady-sized slim and attractive twin-banded pen

There is no barrel inscription on the pen, though it may have been worn away

Subtle shades of Blue marble (gold-plated trim)
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
rbu149
(pen has original semi-flexible MEDIUM nib)
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rbu149(i)
c.1939 VG/EX £90



BU
344

 

No.48 Burgundy marble with Black veins
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
bu344
(with original MEDIUM B 48 plated nib - screw-in unit which means that the nib can be easily replaced))
bu344(i)
c.1953 VG - slightest hint of 'pinching' mid-way down cap.
Slight plating wear on cap band.
40
($75)

RBU
161

 

 

A handsome full-size pen and pencil set, in an unusual and sturdy period Burnham box

Pen is a B 48
(the nibs in this model are interchangeable, so please enquire about a different point if MEDIUM is not to your taste)

Silver, Gold and Black marble
(click on the image below for a larger picture)
rbu161
(pen has original MEDIUM B48 plated nib)
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rbu161
c.1955 EX £85



BU
343

 

The compact and short No.49 Burgundy marble with Black veins
(click on the image below for a larger picture)
bu343
(with original MEDIUM S 20 plated nib)
c.1953 EX 40
($75)


 

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