All Pens and Ephemera

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Pencil: 5026 Wahl-Eversharp Skyline 176 PB
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1940-1949
Price: $49.99
Pencil: 5026: Wahl-Eversharp: Skyline 176 PB
Click-advance lead systems were brand new when Eversharp released its Eversharp 176-PB pencil. It might also be considered an Eversharp Skyline pencil. This vintage pencil is new-old-stock. You can see its original price tag/sticker ring in the photo. There is a little ink staining on the ring, but you can read most of the ring, including its 1940s' price of $3.75. We like that it is blue and that you can see how they used a different plastic for the nose cone. No brassing mars the gold-plated trim, but you can see plenty of wear marks on the pencil. Remove the tail clicker to find a hardened eraser and spare 1,1mm leads. 11.6cm.
Pencil: 4953 Pelikan D200
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1980-present
Price: $99.99
Pencil: 4953: Pelikan: D200
Tortoise shell pens are among the most sought in the Pelikan line, and here we have an even rarer .5mm pencil. It is a clicker in good working order. Pull off the clicker to reveal spare leads and a hardened eraser. Our pencil shows some wear from use but no cracks or deep scratches. The clicker logo plating is a little thin, showing a mama pelican with a single chick. 13.6cm
Pencil: 5021 Conklin Endura
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1930-1939
Price: $49.99
Pencil: 5021: Conklin: Endura
Bronze and black flecks glitter in the light of this Conklin Endura pencil. In great working order, you'll smoothly advance and retract the 1.1 lead with a twist of the tail piece. You can still see yellow accent paint in the rings around the celluloid. The imprint is still legible. There isn't much brassing. However, there are scratches on the nose cone and bite marks on the tail. Spare leads are under the tail cap. 12.2cm.
Pencil: 5020 Wahl-Eversharp Mottled
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $49.99
Pencil: 5020: Wahl-Eversharp: Mottled
Mottled hard rubber looks fantastic with gold-filled trim on this vintage pencil. This pencil looks fantastic. The steel nose cone has the only wear that is really showing. Twist the top of the pencil to advance the lead. Pull back on the topper to expose a compartment to store spare 1.1mm leads. There is a lead loaded in the pencil but there are no spares. 13.5cm
Pencil: 5015 Sheaffer Autograph
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1940-1949
Price: $99.99
Pencil: 5015: Sheaffer: Autograph
Solid 14k gold wraps a wide band around the tail cap of this Sheaffer Autograph pencil! These ostentatious vintage pencils are rare to find without an actual autograph etched into the gold. You'll find a little wear on the pencil but not much. Its .9mm lead extends and retracts with a twist of the tail cap. Under the tail cap is a working white eraser and a spare lead. 12.8cm.
Pre-Owned Pens: 4959 Pelikan Souverän K800
Filling Mechanism: Ballpoint
Era: 1980-present
Price: $199.99
Pre-Owned Pens: 4959: Pelikan: Souverän K800
Pelikan makes some of our favorite luxury pens on the market today. Our Pelikan Souverän K800 looks to be in near mint condition. We love its iconic green stripes on the tail cap. Twist it to advance or retract the working blue Parker-style ballpoint refill. This larger model is a little easier to grip and is nicely weighted. The golden logo on the top of the pen has a black mama pelican and two chicks. 13.8cm.
Pencil: 5012 Sheaffer Sentinel
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1950-1959
Price: $49.99
Pencil: 5012: Sheaffer: Sentinel
Matching its pencil lines to its TouchDown-filling fountain pens, this vintage pencil was released as the Sheaffer Sentinel pencil. A two-tone chrome and gold cap contrasts beautifully against a dark green barrel. Minimal wear mars the surfaces of this classic pencil. A twist of the tail cap smoothly advances and retracts the .9mm lead. Cooler still is that this pencil is loaded with a red lead! Remove the cap to reveal a hardened original blue Sheaffer eraser. 12.9cm.
Pencil: 5010 Parker Non-Stop (Vacumatic)
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1940-1949
Price: $149.99
Pencil: 5010: Parker: Non-Stop (Vacumatic)
Parker Vacumatic pencils sold far less than their fountain pen counterparts, which Parker chalked up to the Great Depression. Nevertheless, Parker didn't stop innovating the Parker Vacumatic line. In 1939 it released the Parker Non-Stop pencil to pair with Vacumatic fountain pens. Unique to the Non-Stop was that it was a cap-activated click pencil! This was not a common feature in that era. Plus, the .9mm leads now fed directly from the spare lead reservoir. As such, these pencils held much more lead and required way less effort to keep writing. Our vintage pencil has a couple of deep scratches, which you can see in the tail cap in the photo. Especially unique is the wide stacked-coins cap band, which has a blank initials' plate. A hardened eraser and spare red leads are included. 13.1mm.
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