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(Updated 27th November, 2020)

NOW AVAILABLE !


The amazingly popular book by Stephen Hull -
FOUNTAIN PENS FOR THE MILLION -
has just been re-issued as a paperback.
We can supply it by return post at a cost of £40.00 plus £7.00 for UK postage
(Overseas postage is now expensive and will cost around £20.00)

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Probably the most popular English pens and pencils of all time, Conway Stewarts were marketed between 1905 and 1977.
During that time many hundreds of different models were manufactured,in a dazzling array of varying colours, patterns and styles - ranging from the small lever-filler "Dinkies" to the very large button-filler "Duro" pens.

Many of the models featured here date from the period just after the second-world war, when production was re-started with the No.55 and 286 pens. In 1949 the now familiar more 'streamlined' look was introduced with the No.28 and 58 models, and these were soon followed by many others (including 12,14,15, 24,27,60,75,388...)with the now sought-after herringbone patterns being introduced in 1957,and only manufactured for the next three or so years.

Beautifully made, these pens are not just desirable collectors' items - they are also a delight to use.

(Condition Scale: F = Fair. G = Good. VG = Very Good. EX = Excellent).
(All are in working order, unless annotated otherwise)


To order pens from the list below (or elsewhere on this website),
please e-mail us at Writetime2@aol.com

Our ref.
Model No.
Colour
Year
Condition
Price





CSH
515

 

 

 

 

One of the more unusual shades of this model

Pen: No.14

Pencil: Nippy No.2

Grey
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csh515
(pen has original MEDIUM nib)
csh515(i)
c.1960

Pen and pencil - EX

 

Box -a few marks from previous use

£80



CSR 952

 

 

And here's another of the rarer single colour No.15 pens

(usually found in shades of marble)

Dark Green (almost impossible to photograph well !) with nickel-plated trim
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr952
(with original MEDIUM nib - slight flex)
Click
HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr952(i)
c.1965 MINT £85
Y 482

B-I-G and handsome

A most rare button-filling DURO No.20, and all the more unusual since it has the bandless cap.

Black

(with original large MEDIUM DURO nib - slight flex)

sold

c.1937 VG/EX £265


CSR 808

 

The pattern they all love ( and want !)

No.24 - Cracked Ice

Black and White marble (a.k.a. Cracked Ice)
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr808
(with original MEDIUM OBLIQUE stub nib )
Click
HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr808(i)
c.1954 EX £265

CSR 879

 

It's Cracked-Ice and it's a No.27 !

Not often seen these days !

Cracked Ice (a.k.a. Black & White marble)
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr879(i)
(with original MEDIUM nib - some slight flex)
Click
HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr879
c.1950 VG/EX - very slight plating wear on the edges of the filler-lever £245








CSR 792

 

 

 

 

 

Boxed set

Pen: No.27

Pencil: No.37

csr792
Black
(click on all the images for larger pictures)
csr792(ii)
(pen has original FINE No 5 nib - with slight flex)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr792(i)
c.1955

Pen: VG/EX

 

Pencil: VG/EX - previous owner's initial H.F.N. embossed (small) in gold

 

Box: VG - only used for sets with a No.27 pen. Small mark on left hand side of top of box (see photo)

£90




CSR 876

 

 

No.28 Green hatched
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr876
(with original MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr876(i)
c.1954 EX £65


CSR 908

 

A feast of mid-sized No.36's

similar in appearance to another 58 but slimmer and slightly shorter

Green hatched
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr908
(with original MEDIUM nib - hint of flex)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr908(i)
c.1956 EX £70



CSR 909

 

No.36

(similar in appearance to another 58 but slimmer and slightly shorter)

Magenta lined
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr909
(with original FINE nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr909(i)
c.1956 EX £65



CSR 823

 

All that is best about Conway Stewart - a handsome and chunky No.55

This is the Mark 1 model (the first one they produced post-war), with the model number below the inscription

Green & Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr823
(with original FINE DURO No.40 nib - slight flex)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr823(i)
c.1946 VG £85



CSR 727

 

A rare and early MARK 1 No.58 pen and pencil (No.33) set

(First introduced in 1949, the Mark 1 model has the model number underneath the inscription).

csr727
(click on all the images for larger pictures)
csr727(i)
(pen has what might be a later semi-flexible MEDIUM DURO 58 nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr727(ii)
c.1950 VG/EX - the tiniest hint of plating wear on the filler-lever of the pen £140

 

CSR 781

 

A top-of-the-range EXECUTIVE 60 Silvery Green hatched
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr781
(with original MEDIUM DURO nib)
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HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr781(i)
c.1955 VG/EX £100

 

CSR 942

 

And another top-of-the-range EXECUTIVE 60 Light abd dark Blue marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr942
(with original MEDIUM DURO nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr942(i)
c.1954 VG/EX - small hint of plating wear on the edges of the filler lever £100
CSR 883 And yet another top-of-the-range EXECUTIVE 60 Black
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr883
(with original MEDIUM/BROAD DURO nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr883(i)
c.1952 VG - small hint of plating wear on the filler lever £85



 

CSR 886

 

 

Longer and slimmer.

No.73

Burgundy hatched
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr886
(with original MEDIUM flexible No.4 nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr886(i)
c.1958 EX - the tiniest hint of plationg wear in one small spot on the clip £70
CSR 913

We don't see this model very often, and certainly not in this condition.

No.77 - click HERE to see the barrel inscription

The 2nd biggest post-war pen by CS (the No.100 being the only one that is larger)

Black



(with FINE DURO nib)


sold
c.1956 EX - near MINT £100
CSR 912

The mid-sized

No.84

Light and dark Blue marble
(with original MEDIUM No.4 nib - slight flex)
sold
c.1956 VG/EX £68




CSR 604

 

 

Black is beautiful - especially in a L-O-N-G No.85L

Black
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr604
(with original FINE nib)
Click HERE for a picture of the nib
csr604(i)
c.1960 EX £58


CSR 943

 

 

B-I-G and iconic - the chunky and large No.100

(First manufactured in 1954, the only colour was Black, since British Xylonite could not provide coloured rod of this large diameter)

Black

(with original large FINE DURO 20 nib)


sold

c.1956 VG - would have been EX but for a slight and almost imperceptible deformation in the tines of the nib (does not affect the writing in any way) £160



CSR 855

 

The ever-popular traditional No.286 Green & Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr855
(with original FINE nib - slight flexibility)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr855(i)

c.1946 VG/EX £68



CSR 915

 

 

Small is beautiful !

and especially in this mid-Blue satin colour

No.540 Dinkie

Blue Moiré
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr915
(with original MEDIUM semi-flexible nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr915(i)
c.1940

VG

£68


CSR 950

 

That most unusual finish on a Conway Stewart pen - Red Moiré (named after the silky-style finish on fabric).

No.759

Red Moiré
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr950
(with original flexible MEDIUM nib)
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HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr950(i)
c.1946 G/VG - barrel inscription worn and slight 'pinching' near the top of the cap. £55


CSR 681

 

 

Boxed pen and pencil set in its original colour-matched box

Pen: 759

Pencil: "Nippy"

csr681
Green marble with Black veins
(click on the images for larger pictures)
csr681(i)
(pen has its original MEDIUM semi-flexible nib)
Click HERE and
HERE for pictures of the nib
csr681(ii)
c.1946 VG £95

FOOTNOTE: The Conway Stewart Company is now no longer making fountain pens.
The company has gone into liquidation, and their assets have been sold off.

 

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