Pens and Ephemera
Vintage Pens: 2578 Wearever Fountain Pen
Filling Mechanism: Lever Filler
Wearever actually made the most fountain pens of the golden era of pens. However, most of those were $1 pens from the dime store scene. This late model Wearever from the 1940s or '50s is actually pretty nice for a Wearever fountain pen. We polished the cap up as best we could to a gleaming shine, although we couldn't get the edges closest to the clip very well. We also installed a new ink sac. The plating is wearing off the stainless steel nib that looks more mangled than it writes. It writes a pretty nice medium line for a steel nib, and it has a little stub-like line variation. A great pen for a vintage newbie or third tier collector. 13.1cm capped.