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Founded in the UK city of Leicester, where their factory was in Woodboy Street,
the Wyvern Pen Company took its name from the winged two-legged dragon with a
barbed tail that appears in the coat-of-arms of the city.
Production at the Vulcanite Works began as far back as 1896 and continued
until the demise of the company in 1955.
They made a wide variety of models (and also manufactured nibs for other pen companies)
and today they are still as durable as when they were new, and a pleasure to use and own.



( Updated 25th August, 2019)

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

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ref.
Model
Colour
Year
Condition
Price


WV7

 

A chunky No.81 Perfect Pen
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
wv7
with original MEDIUM nib
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib
wv7(i)
Slightly faded Burgundy and Black marble c.1948 G/VG - plating worn on clip and cap bands slightly loose £45
GWV 5

No.404 (with the hooded nib)
original MEDIUM/BROAD (14 carat) gold nib

sold

VERY dark Green (almost impossible to show in the photos) c.1951 EX £40

WV 8

new


A pretty and slim Wyvern PREFECT (NOT a Wyern PERFECT !) pen and pencil set, in one of the very special decorated bakelite boxes that are unique to the Wyvern Pen Company.
(click on the images for larger pictures)
wv8(i)
a full-size pen, but originally made for school use, hence the title PREFECT.
wv8(ii)

Pen has its original MEDIUM semi-flexible nib
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wv8(box)
Green marble c.1955 VG/EX £95

GWV 3

 

Boxed No.202 pen and matching pencil - with another of those iconic Wyvern bakelite boxes
(click on the images below for larger pictures)
gwv3

Pen has its original MEDIUM (14 carat) gold nib
gwv3(i)
Very dark Blue
(a hard colour to photograph well !)
c.1953

Pen - VG (cap slightly loose when pen is closed

Pencil - EX

Box - one hinge faulty, but it still opens and shuts easily

£65


 

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