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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)


A NEW and EXCITING BOOK -
something for every Conway Stewart enthusiast
Andy Russell

‘50 Years of the Dinkie’ is a slip-cased limited edition of 100 copies,
only available direct from the author at a cost of £65,
plus postage (payment can be made by bank transfer or Paypal).
Each book is hand-numbered and signed, with a personal dedication if required.
Further details and sample pages can be seen on the English Pen Books website
www.englishpenbooks.co.uk/home/50-years-of-the-dinkie/

To order the book, please e-mail andy@englishpenbooks.co.uk  in the first instance.
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



CSR 725

 

The slim and attractive No.12 Light & dark Blue marble with Gold veins
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr725
(with original FINE/MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr725(i)
c.1955 EX £55







CSR
410

 

 

 

 

 

And here is a MINT set with:

Pen: No.12

Pencil: Nippy No.3

csr410
Burgundy marble with Gold veins
(click on all 3 images for larger pictures)
csr410(i)
(pen has original slightly flexible MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr410(ii)
c.1960

Pen and pencil - MINT

 

Box also in superb condition

£90





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 563 No.15 Plain Dark Green with nickel-plated trim
(with original MEDIUM nib)
sold
c.1958 EX £48







CSH
280

 

 

 

 

 

Just as it left the factory all those years ago - a No. 5 set, containing:

Pen: No.15

Pencil: Nippy No.3

csh280
Burgundy marble with Black veins
(click on all 3 images for larger pictures)
csh280(i)
(pen has original slightly flexible MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csh280(ii)
c.1958

Pen and pencil - MINT

 

Box: a few small signs of previous storage (tiniest hint of foxing on the inside lining)

£88






CSR 571

 

 

 

No.15

Light/Dark Green marble, with gold-plated trim
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr571
(with original MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE for a picture of the nib
csr571(i)
c.1958 EX £50
CSR 587

Beautiful, rare, and very Art-Deco

(the Nos. 16 and 17 were specially made in the late 1950's to reflect the earlier Art Deco style - and are hard to find in this condition nowadays)

Ruby 'Candle-flame' - with Gold-plated trim (the No.16 had nickel-plated trim)


(pen has original slightly flexible MEDIUM nib)


sold

c.1960

Pen and pencil - EX

Box: VG/EX - original owner's name and address written in one corner on the inside lid (The Plough, Hyde Heath, Amersham, Buckinghamshire)

£90





CSR 600

 

 

 

A No.30 Boxed set, complete with Guarantee and filling instructions



Pen: No.24

 

Pencil: No.18

csr600
(click on the images above & below for larger pictures)
Blue & Black marble
csr600(i)
(with original MEDIUM No.5 nib)
Click HERE for a picture of the nib
csr600(ii)
c.1954

VG/EX

Pen: EX

Pencil: VG - previous owner's name engraved (small) - see photos

Box: Not original - but colour co-ordinated

£70
CSR 724 CSR 724 Rare and desirable GREEN HERRINGBONE
(with MEDIUM/BROAD oblique nib)
sold
c.1960 VG/EX - a few minor surface marks, but hardly noticeable £135


CSR 726

 

This is also a very rare pattern of the No.27 - not often to be found for sale

Blue hatched
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr726
(with original FINE nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib

csr726(i)

c.1954 EX £105





CSR 360

 

 

No.27

Blue & Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr360
(with original firm FINE nib) - could be changed for a MEDIUM point.
csr360(i)
c.1954 VG/EX - two initials of previous owner (P.P) tastefully engraved on the cap band £68



CSR 705

 

No.28 Blue and Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr705
(with original MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr705(i)
c.1954 EX £55




CSR 700

 

 

A not-so-often-found

sturdy No.45

Black
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr700
(with original MEDIUM Duro No.40 nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr700(i)
c.1946 VG/EX £65




CSH 900

 

 

 

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

 

Black
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csh900
(with original firm MEDIUM DURO nib)
Click
HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csh900(i)
c.1947 VG - the tiniest mis-alignment in one spot on the nib - which in no way affects the way it writes £60


CSR
718

 

Another top-of-the-range No.55

The No.55 was the top-of-the range in the immediate post war Conway Stewart production - and still sought after today

Ruby and Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr718
(with original MEDIUM DURO nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr718(i)
c.1946 VG/EX £95



CSR
713

 

And another top-of-the range No.55.

These are getting harder and harder to find. and more and more popular with users and collectors !

Blue and Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr713
(with original firm MEDIUM DURO nib)
Click
HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr713(i)
c.1947 VG - tiniest hint ofplating wear on the lever £85



CSR 728

 

The ever popular near top-of-the range No.58

(First introduced in 1949, this is the Mark 1 model, with the model number underneath the inscription).

Tiger's Eye (a.k.a Candy-stripe)
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr728
(with original MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr728(i)
c.1950 VG - some slight plating wear on the filler lever £165


CSR 601

 

Another No.58

(First introduced in 1949, this is also the Mark 1 model, with the model number underneath the inscription).

Black
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr601
(with original MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE for a picture of the nib
csr601(i)
c.1950 VG/EX £85



CSR 727

 

And this one is also 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 682

 

 

Another near top-of-the range No.58

(First introduced in 1949, this is the Mark 2 model, with the model number after the inscription).

Blue and Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr682
(with original firm FINE nib)
Click HERE & HERE for pictures of the nib
csr682(i)
c.1954 VG £85


CSR 730

 

And yet another No.58

(First introduced in 1949, this is the Mark 2 model, with the model number after the inscription).

Green hatched
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr730
(with original MEDIUM DURO No.58 nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr730(i)
c.1954 EX £95


CSR 732

 

One of only two Conway Stewart models with the Grecian-style cap-band (the other being the No.22 'Floral').

Marketed as the 'Speedy-Phil' No.74, it first appeared in August 1957, but had a very short life, probably due to the inefficient leverless filling system !

We have converted this to a Parker Aerometric filling system, so now it really does hold a good amount of ink !
csr732
Black
(click on all the images for larger pictures)
csr732(i)
(with original MEDIUM DURO No.58 nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr732(ii)
c.1958 EX £85
CSR 712 No. 75

Light and Dark Green marble, with nickel-plated trim
(with original MEDIUM nib)

sold

c.1954 EX £50



CSR 623

 

 

 

And here is another attractive mid-sized No.84 in a set, complete with its matching No.26 pencil

 

csr623
Mid Blue and dark Blue marble
(click on the images for larger pictures)
csr623(i)
(pen has its with original BROAD semi-flex nib)
Click
HERE for a picture of the nib
csr623(ii)
c.1956 EX £85




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 684

 

 

A second L-O-N-G No.85L

Cerise marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr684
(with original MEDIUM/BROAD semi-flexible nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr684(i)
c.1960 EX £75




CSH 869

 

 

Was this Conway Stewart's answer to the Parker 51 ???

A handsome No.87, with Gold-plated lined slip-cap and Pressac filling system

Black - with Gold-plated cap
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csh869
(with original MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csh869(i)
c.1965 MINT £60



CSR 689

 

We don't see many of these - the No 93 (the most compact of all the herringbone pens)


Green Herringbone
(with original BROAD semi-flexible nib)

sold

c.1960 EX £95



CSR 729

 

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
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr729
(with original large FINE Duro 20 nib)
Click HERE and for HERE for pictures of the nib
csr729(i)

c.1956 VG/EX - tiny deformation in the left-hand tine of the nib - virtually unnoticeable, and does not affect the writing performance in any way £155


CSR 708

 

Dare to be different, and write with an attractive No. 115 Ink Pencil - advertised by Conway Stewart as a STYLO

Green marble (Gold-plated trim)
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr708
Click HERE and for HERE for pictures of the writing needle
crs708(i)

c.1956 EX £55
CSR 698

You won't see this number very often.

The 217 was only made for export to Australia and New Zealand, and then only for a few years (pre-war)

Black
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr698
(with original semi-flexible MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and
HERE for pictures of the nib
csr698(i)
c.1938 EX £70



PCS 305

 

No.226 - also not so often found

Black chased
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
pcs305
(with original flexible MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and
HERE for pictures of the nib
pcs305(i)
c.1938 EX £85




CSR 575

 

 

The ever-popular traditional No.286

Burgundy & Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr575
(with original semi-flexible MEDIUM/BROAD nib)
Click HERE for a picture of the nib
csr575(i)
c.1946 VG - some slight plating wear on the filler lever £60



CSR 691

 

and another No.286 Blue and Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr691
(with original MEDIUM semi-flexible nib)
Click HERE and
HERE for pictures of the nib
csr691(i)
c.1946 VG £60





CSR 714

 

 

and no, you are not seeing double - this is another similar No.286 to the one above Blue and Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr714
(with original MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and
HERE for pictures of the nib
csr714(i)
c.1946 EX £55
CSR 711 and yet another No.286 Black
(with MEDIUM/BROAD semi-flexible stub nib)
sold
c.1946 EX £55


CSR 733

 

Harking back to the past traditional patterns of pens, Conway Stewart specially produced this model in the early 1950's, to satisfy the demands of those customers who preferred the more traditional style to the then recently introduced streamlined pens

Pen: No. 388

Pencil: No. 33

 

csr733
(click on all the images for larger pictures)
csr733(i)
(pen has its original MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr733(ii)
c.1952

Pen and Pencil: EX

Box: VG/EX (might not have been the original)

£110


CSR 693

 

One for the more rare numbers department !

A quite early No.470

Black chased vulcanite (hard rubber)
csr693
(with original MEDIUM flexible nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr693(i)
c.1934

VG - barrel inscription worn - just about legible.

Clip from a slightly later period. Originally it probably didn't have one.

£50


B 75

 

No.476

(The gold-plated version of the 479, complete with cap-band)

A real quality pen.

Light Green and mid-Green marble, with Black highlights
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
Blue 75(i)
(with original semi-flexible MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
Blue 75
c.1936 VG £70



CSH 585

 

 

No.476

(The gold-plated version of the 479, complete with cap-band)

.

Burgundy marble with Black veins
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csh585
(with original MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csh585(i)
c.1939 VG - some slight wear to barrel inscription £60

 



CSR 450

 

 

No.479

Blue marble, with rhodium-plated trim
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr450
(with original MEDIUM/BROAD nib)
Click HERE for a picture of the nib

c.1940 VG - slight colour difference between the cap and barrel £50



CSR 731

 

No.479 Light & dark marble, with rhodium-plated trim
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr731
(with original semi-flexible MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr731(i)
c.1944 EX £50
CSR 680 Another No.479, in a most attractive patterning Light & dark Cerise marble with Black veins - rhodium-plated trim
(with original firm FINE nib)

sold
c.1937 VG - tiniest deformation on the surface of the nib - hardly worth mentioning £55


PCS 306

 

This is another RARE one - a button-filling No.485

(Any button-filler CS is a must for any collector)


Black chased

(with original semi-flexible MEDIUM nib)

sold

c.1937 EX £85

CSR 661

 

 


Looking for a good home.

Small and part of the 1930's CS history

Boxed set.

Pen: DINKIE No.540

Pencil: Duro-Point 2R

 

csr661
(click on the images above & below for larger pictures)
Deep Cerise and Black marble
csr661(ii)
(pen has its original MEDIUM flexible nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr661(i)
c.1938

Box: marked, but completely intact

Pen: barrel slightly mis-shapen

Pencil: EX

A complete set for a very reasonable price !

£50


CSR 704

 

Although you may not believe it, this little Black Dinkie No.540 is RARE !

(Evidently, not so many Black ones were manufactured, and they don't often appear for sale)

Black vulcanite (hard rubber)
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr704
(with original BROAD semi-flexible nib)
Click HERE and
HERE for pictures of the nib
csr704(i)
c.1940 VG £50

CSR 694

 

 


Also looking for a good home.

Slim, elegant and at a knock-down price !

Boxed set, complete with original Guarantee and filling instructions

 

Pen: No.759

Pencil: Nippy

 

csr694
(click on the images above & below for larger pictures)
Light & Dark Green marble with Black veins
csr694(ii)
(pen has its original MEDIUM semi-flexible nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr694(i)
c.1947

Box: Back hinge slightly loose, but still intact

Pen: Crazing on very slightly mis-shapen barrel

Pencil: Crazing on the surface, but still nice and shiny.

Still a very attractive set, especially at this price !

£60


CSR 696

 

Look as hard as you like, but you won't find one of these for sale very often (if at all)

The INK VISIBLE No. 800 - click HERE to see the Ink Visible window

Blue and Black marble
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
csr696
(with what we think is its original flexible MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
csr696(i)
c.1937 EX £155

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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