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Ref. number
Model
Colour
Year
Condition
Price
WA 405 RARE - HANDSOME - and MUCH SOUGHT-AFTER.
A very nice example of a No.94 in Moss Agate
with original Canadian No.4 MEDIUM semi-flexible nib
sold
Moss Agate c.1934 VG/EX £170


WA 364

 

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






WA 392

 

 

 

An attractive English pen.
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wa392
with original MEDIUM semi-flexible No.2B English nib
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Green and Black marble c.1939 VG (hints of plating wear on the filler lever) £65





WA 361

 

 

Another desirable English pen
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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 383

 

 

 

A handsome English 515.
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wa383
with MEDIUM semi-flexible W5 nib
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wa383
Brown/Russet c.1947 EX £75





WA 374

 

 

 

Another handsome English 515.
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wa374
with FINE semi-flexible W5 nib
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wa374(i)
Brown/Russet c.1947 EX £75
WA 397 And another handsome English 515, similar to the one above.
with MEDIUM flexible No. 5 nib
sold
Deep Maroon c.1947 VG £58
WA 398 The slimmer sister/brother of the pens above - an English W2
with original MEDIUM flexible W-2B nib
sold
Maroon c.1947 EX £55





WA 379

 

 

 

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 £50



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 FINE semi-flexible NW5 nib (the NW on the nib may stand
for Neasden - a North West suburb of London where Waterman's had their factory)
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wa355(i)
Black c.1948 EX £65




WA 385

 

 

Top-of-the-range here - a boxed W5 pen, with matching pencil. The photos don't really do this set justice, and with its attractive triple-banding, the pen is one that everyone enjoys owning and using.

pen has later replacement MEDIUM nib

sold

A sort of Silvery Green vertical lined effect

c.1948

Box: EX - not original, and be careful of your fingers when it snaps shout !

Pen: VG - there is some slight plating wear appearing on the lever

Pencil: VG - quite stiff to operate.

£95

WA 369

 

Delightfully petite - an oh-so-pretty Lady-sized 512V
with original MEDIUM flexible No. 2A nib
sold
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)
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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 373 A very attractive and MINT English W3 pen and pencil set, complete with original box and paperwork.
pen has BROAD W5 stub nib - slight flex
sold
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)
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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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