France - 1980-1989 - As new - unused
|Object:||Fountain pen (More lots)|
|Material:||.999 (24 kt) gold|
|Manufacturer/Brand:||Waterman (More lots)|
|Country of Origin:||France|
|Condition:||As new - unused|
|In working order:||Yes|
Beautiful Fountain Pen, with a 18 k-750 full Gold nib, size F, with Rhodium finish. Made in France.
Simple snap fastening method of opening the cap.
In 1883, in New York, L.E. Waterman invented the modern fountain pen, and Waterman France in 1927 invented the cartridge.
One hundred years of experience in the field of handwriting have enabled Waterman to create in 1983 an overall mastery of luxury and design, of quality and art which made possible the creation of "Waterman Ideal Gentleman Model fountain pen".
All the trimmings are in 23,5 carat Gold.
The pen is in excellent conditions.
It belongs to my father's collection and it has just been kept in a drawer since he had bought in 1983.
This pen comes with its complete original packaging, including its original Waterman hard box, its original Waterman papers, including the Waterman Worldwide Guarantee Card, and the original Blue ink cartridge.
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|Rest of Europe||$38.77|
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