NOTHING OVER 40
(Page updated 16th August, 2019)

On this page you will find pens. pencils, and ephemera with no price greater then 30 -
and sometimes considerably less than that.
The prices are no reflection of the quality of manufacture of the items, though
you will need to check the description of condition, and also if the item is
in working order - all ARE in working order, unless specifically noted.

Some of the items are from our own collections, and we are glad to be able to pass
them on to other enthusiasts and collectors.


(Condition Scale: F = Fair. G = Good. VG = Very Good. EX = Excellent).

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Model
Colour
Year
Condition
Price
  Please note: As with other items on our website, all of these pens are fully restored and ready to use. Please add 5.00 (UK buyers) for signed-for postage, and for overseas, 9.00 for the Royal Mail's International signed-for Service        

NOFP 102

 

An unusual and virtually MINT bulb-filling 'Ink Visible' pen - almost certainly made by Lang's of Liverpool (and it might have been an un-numbered Summit model)
(click on the images for larger pictures)
nofp102
with original 14carat gold MEDIUM/FINE flexible nib
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
nofp102 (i)
Mottled vulcanite (hard rubber) c.1940 VG - plating worn on lower half of clip - otherwise EX £38

NOFP 103

 

No doubt about the origin of this one. Here we have a STEPHENS' LEVERFILL No.106
with 14carat warranted gold BROAD semi-flexible nib

sold

Black chased vulcanite (hard rubber) c.1946 VG/EX £40


NOFP 104

 

From the golden era of English pen manufacture - a handsome lever-filling SUMMIT S.125
(click on the images for larger pictures)
nofp104
with original hooded 14 carat gold FINE semi-flexible nib
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
nofp104(i)
Green and Black marble c.1950 EX £40

NOFP 105

new

No barrel markings on this one, but there's no doubt whatsoever that it is a SUMMIT streamlined No.S 165
(click on the images for larger pictures)
nofp105
with original hooded 14 carat gold BROAD nib
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
nofp105
Grey chased c.1957 EX £38

NOFP 95

 

Have you ever wanted a Mandarin Parker ? Well, this isn't one, but it is Yellow !
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nofp95
with original MEDIUM plated nib
nofp95(i)

Yellow c.1950 Restored, but no guarantee about reliability £28


NOFP 96

 

A CONWAY STEWART No.57 - one of their later pens,with the push-on cap and their Pressac (aerometric) filling system
with original 14K gold MEDIUM nib

sold
Black with Chome plated cap c.1970 Pen unused, but there is some deterioriation in the plating £35


 

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