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Omas Princess (Old Style) Fountain Pen - Scarlet Red Celluloid w Gold Trim, 18k Fine Nib (Near Mint in Box, Works Well)

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Older version of the Omas Princess in Scarlet Red. Petite pen with gold trim and 12-faceted body. 18k fine nib. This is from the 1991-2002 version of the Omas Princess and not the post 2002 version. Near mint condition in box.

SKU: 14258
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Type  Classic style fountain pen

Product Name   Omas Classic Celluloid Princess.

Manufacturer and Year  Omas, Italy -- 1992, as dated near the section. This version was made from 1991-2002 when the Classic Celluloid line was discontinued.

Length  4-1/4" not including ringtop hardware. It is shorter than the Dama.

Filling System  Piston filler has been checked and is working well

Color  "Scarlet Red" is a cracked ice burgundy barrel and cap made of celluloid The barrel and cap have gold trim and are 12-faceted. The barrel is labeled, "Omas Extra." It's called Scarlet Red and has a matching tassel on the ring top.

Nib  18k Fine nib is smooth with nice round tipping and the a hint of spring. It's two-tone and quite lovely. It is marked F on the side of the nib.

Condition  Near mint condition. There's a few tiny dings or marks on the edges of the cap facets and one small area with tiny scratches. The scratches can just be felt when a nail is run over them. The barrel looks perfect. Ships in large Omas box with booklet and notepad.


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Additional Info

SKU 14258
Condition Used
Maker Omas
Type Fountain Pens


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