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Pencil: 5440 Eagle Magic Knife & Pencil
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: pre-1900
Price: $149.99
Pencil: 5440: Eagle: Magic Knife & Pencil
Who says they weren't incredibly crafty pencil makers in the 19th century. Judging by the patent dates all over the original box of this Eagle Pencil & Magic Knife, we think this was made in the late 1800s. We also think it is new old stock. Click the headline for photos. This is far too pretty to have seen daily use. We think it is new old stock or something insanely close to it. Of course, the highlight of the pencil is a gravity knife! Every junior high thug's dream pencil. Just push down on the pencil end to release the knife inside the barrel while the knife end is pointed to the ground. Turn it knife up and push the button to retract the knife. It is insanely cool.
Pre-Owned Pens: 5401 Xezo Incognito
Filling Mechanism: Rollerball
Era: 1980-present
Price: $125.00
Pre-Owned Pens: 5401: Xezo: Incognito
Need a tuxedo of a pen for New Year's? Check out this limited edition Xezo Incognito made of sterling silver. It takes Pilot G2 gel refills or standard rollerball refills. This one comes with a partially used, working black G2. Numbered 029 of 250. There's a dimple in the barrel, but the pen looks really sharp, otherwise. It has a little more heft than an average pen but not too much more to make it difficult to write. 13.5cm capped.
Pre-Owned Pens: 5395 LeBoeuf Greg Norman
Filling Mechanism: Cartridge/Converter
Era: 1980-present   Fountain Pen Nib Size: F
Price: $125.00
Pre-Owned Pens: 5395: LeBoeuf: Greg Norman
You're gonna need a bigger pen case. That's right "The Shark" Greg Norman has his own limited edition LeBoeuf fountain pen. Ours is numbered 0668. This is the modern revival of the classic LeBoeuf pen company that first invented the celluloid pen. The PGA champion's autograph is on the black cap of this otherwise gold plated pen sporting an alternating design of plain stripes and a barley pattern. At the top of the cap is an opal, perhaps a nod to his Aussie roots. Its two-tone 18k gold nib writes a smooth fine line. Click the headline for a close-up. You can fill it with its included screw-in standard international converter or like cartridges. The pen looks great overall, though it has a little light shop wear. 14cm capped.
Inkwells and Blotters: 5357 Hand Painted French Inkwell
Era: 1930-1939
Price: $99.99
Inkwells and Blotters: 5357: Hand Painted: French Inkwell
Sacre bleu! We just obtained this lovely, hand-painted ceramic inkwell that was made in France. We have no idea who painted it or how old it actually is. Click the headline for the only clue we have to go on. Nevertheless, it is a very nice orange base color with a hint of brown that is seemingly painted in gold leaf with a floral design. The inkwell reservoir is small, maybe the size of 2 thimbles, holding maybe 3 or 4 thimbles full of ink. The porcelain or ceramic is in good condition, but you can see some places, especially around where the lid rests, where the paint has worn off.
Pre-Owned Pens: 5278 Michel Perchin Fabergé Imperial Russia Green
Filling Mechanism: Cartridge/Converter
Era: 1980-present   Fountain Pen Nib Size: F
Price: $3,999.99
Pre-Owned Pens: 5278: Michel Perchin: Fabergé Imperial Russia Green
This green Michel Perchin Fabergé Imperial Russia fountain pen is quite possibly the most beautiful and luxurious writing instrument we have ever offered. Look at how the hand-carved guilloché glitters under than hand-painted polished glass enamel. Simply stunning! Its cap and barrel started as a block of solid sterling silver. Once it was carved into shape by hand, it was guilded in gold and the green-glass enamel was painstakingly applied layer by layer. Made the same way the Fabergé eggs were made, it is more than just a pen. It is both jewelry and art. Numbered 97 of only 500, our preowned luxury pen was never used and comes complete with all of its papers and boxes.
Pre-Owned Pens: 5277 Michel Perchin Fabergé Imperial Russia Red
Filling Mechanism: Cartridge/Converter
Era: 1980-present   Fountain Pen Nib Size: F
Price: $3,999.99
Pre-Owned Pens: 5277: Michel Perchin: Fabergé Imperial Russia Red
Inspired by the incredible Fabergé Eggs of the Russian czar, the artisans at Michel Perchin set out to recreate the eggs as writing instruments! Our Michel Perchin Fabergé Imperial Russia in red emulates the stunning works of art beautifully. The entire cap and barrel are made of solid sterling silver that was then engraved by hand with intricate guilloché. The higher relief work was coated in gold, while the quilloché work was painstakingly enameled with red glass! Each of only 500 hand-made pens of this design took hundreds of hours to complete. This is pen 97 of 500. You might be the lucky first person to ever write with it, as it has sat unused in storage for nearly 30 years. Comes complete with all of its original boxes and papers. Its 18k gold nib is two-toned and looks like a fine point. Click the headline for close-ups.
Pre-Owned Pens: 5336 Aldo Domani Fountain Pen
Filling Mechanism: Cartridge/Converter
Era: 1980-present   Fountain Pen Nib Size: M
Price: $29.99
Pre-Owned Pens: 5336: Aldo Domani: Fountain Pen
Looking for a basic knock-around pen? Maybe a pen to help teach a child or teen to use a fountain pen? Perhaps this Aldo Domani fountain pen is what you seek. It is in good working order with only some light wear from use. The logo is coming off the cap ring, but that is about all. It takes standard international cartridges or a converter but comes with neither. You will write a medium line with a little scratch to it with the pen's basic steel nib. Click the headline for close-ups. 13.2cm capped.
Vintage Pens: 5328 Edward Todd Gold-Plated #5
Filling Mechanism: Lever Filler
Era: 1920-1929   Fountain Pen Nib Size: M
Price: $299.99
Vintage Pens: 5328: Edward Todd: Gold-Plated #5
The cool part about moving closer to New York City is that we now find much cooler vintage pens from the city in the 19-teens and '20s. Here is a stunning Edward Todd fountain pen from the 1920s. At its core is a black hard rubber foundation with a 16K gold-plated overlay. We can't say it is perfect, as it has a few very minor imperfections such as light wear marks and a couple of tiny scratches, but there are no dents or long, deep scratches. We don't even seen a ring around where the cap would post. It isn't perfect, but it is close enough that it should be a museum-worthy candidate. It is restored with a working ink sac. Its #5 14k gold nib writes a smooth medium line without very much flex. Compared to the nib, the gold plating looks as if it has a shade of green-gold. Click the headline for close-ups. 13.6cm capped.
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