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(updated 25th July, 2022)

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Ref. number
Model
Colour
Year
Condition
Price


WA 387

 

 


A No.52 (clear engraving at the foot of the barrel) - complete with two 9 carat gold bands on the barrel.
with original MEDIUM USA No.2 semi-flexible nib

sold

Red and Black vulcanite (hard rubber) - with gold-plated trim Hallmarked for 1918

VG - would have been EX but for the fact that someone has tried to fill it, with the old sac still inside the barrel - so the filler lever is slightly bent out of shape, but still operates efficiently

Priced to sell..

£85
WA 386 An ultra-rare (and boxed) No.0754 in really fine condition, with not a hint of discoloration on the Black chased hard rubber barrel and cap.
with what we think is its original MEDIUM Canadian flexible nib
sold
Black chased vulcanite (hard rubber),
with gold-plated trim and what MIGHT be a gold band around the barrel
c.1920

Pen: VG/EX - barrel band has three initials of a previus owner tastefully engraved on it.

Box: Sound, with some previous wear to the rexine covering on the base, and ink stains on the inside of the lid

£155


WA 364

 

A very pretty and slim Canadian pen, in the most attractive Cream Pearl colouring
(click on the pictures below for larger images)
wa364
with original FINE semi-flexible nib
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wa364(i)
Cream Pearl c.1936 VG £70





WA 361

 

 

Another full-size English pen, this time with gold-plated trim.
(click on the pictures below for larger images)
wa361
with MEDIUM/BROAD OBLIQUE No.2 USA nib
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wa361(i)
Gold/Brown and Black marble (though there is a tiny hint of Red in one spot, which makes us wonder if it was origianlly a deeper colour) c.1939 VG £68





WA 382

 

 

 

We think this might be a 512 - English manufacture - (there is no model number engraved on the barrel)
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wa382
with original MEDIUM No.2A nib - hint of flex
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wa382(i)
Olive Green (hint of Brown) and Black marble c.1946 VG - slight pitting on the filler lever £60

WA 378

 

Slim, and an oh-so-pretty - the Lady-sized 512V (English manufacture)
(click on the FIRST picture below for a larger image)
wa378
with original firm FINE No. 2A nib
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wa378(i)
Pink/Mauve stripes c.1946 EX £60





WA 366

 

 

And now, the slightly larger English 515
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wa366
with original MEDIUM flexible No. 5 nib
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wa366(i)
Brown/Russet c.1947 EX £80





WA 383

 

 

 

And here is another handsome English 515, similar to the one above.
(click on the pictures below for larger images)
wa383
with original FINE No. 5 nib
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wa383
Brown/Russet c.1947 EX £75





WA 379

 

 

 

And the slimmer brother/sister of the two above.
This one is a No. 502 (English manufacture)
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wa379
with original MEDIUM No. 2A nib - moderate flex.
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wa379(i)
Brown/Russet c.1947 VG/EX - slight pitting on the lever £58



WA 372

 

 

This is almost certainly a No.515, though there is no number on the barrel engraving - just Waterman's, Made in England.
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wa372
with original MEDIUM semi-flexible W5 nib
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wa372(i)
Black c.1948 VG - would have been EX, but for a few marks on the section £55
WA 355 And this is definitely a No.515, complete with the number engraved on the barrel.
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wa355
with original BROAD W5 nib (hint of flex)
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wa355(i)
Black c.1948 EX £65

WA 369

 

Delightfully petite - an oh-so-pretty Lady-sized 512V
(click on the pictures below for larger images)
wa369
with original MEDIUM flexible No. 2A nib
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wa369(i)
Subtle shades of light and Dark Gold lines and swirls c.1948 EX £65





WA 376

 

 

 

Also slim - a No. 502 (similar to the No.512, but with a thinner cap band)
(click on the pictures below for larger images)
wa376
with original MEDIUM semi-flexible No. 2A nib
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wa376(i)
Red c.1948 VG - slight hints of plating wear £55

WA 349

 

 

wa349(i)
A handsome and desirable English W3 pen and pencil set, complete with original box and paperwork.
(click on the pictures below for larger images)
wa349
pen has MEDIUM/BROAD W3 nib - slight flex
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wa349(i)

Gold marble with Black vertical lines

Click HERE to see the barrel inscription

c.1948 EX £100

WA 373

 

 

 

wa373
A very attractive and MINT English W3 pen and pencil set, complete with original box and paperwork.
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wa373(i)
pen has BROAD W5 stub nib - slight flex
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wa373(ii)

Mid-Blue - probably manufactured for a chain of stationery shops (the barrel bears the inscription H and H just below the model number)

c.1950

MINT

Box shows a few outer signs of previous storage etc.

£100

WA 342

 

wa342
A really attractive LAUREAT II boxed fountain pen and ballpen
set (French manufacture)
(click on the pictures above and below to view larger images)
wa342
fountain pen has one of smoothest MEDIUM nibs we've ever written with
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wa342(i)
Green/Black marbling Early to mid 1990's EX - complete, and ready to write with working cartridge and ballpoint refill. £100


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