|Type||Fountain pen handmade of Indian ebonite (hard rubber) fitted with 1970s Sheaffer nib|
|Product Name||This pen is a model commissioned by Peyton Street Pens to accept our new old stock nibs. We are calling this pen the "4CS" because it is a a more slender version of the regular Ranga model 4C. It has similar rounded ends, but it is more slender by about 3/32".|
|Manufacturer and Year||Ranga Pen Company, India - 2012|
Sheaffer converter (included) or Sheaffer cartridges
We have these in a few different colors, and we'll be adding more. Most colors come in smooth and matte ("bakul") versions.
The colors/patterns you see in the pulldown menu represent the standard ebonite colors.
FYI, the difference between mottled and ripple is that the mottled blend is free form swirl of two colors, while the ripple pattern has rings and peaks ala the classic Waterman effect.
This pen has been configured to accept a Sheaffer Imperial-era screw-in nib assembly. We are shipping the pen with a "short diamond" steel inlaid nib as originally intended for the 444, 440 and 330 quasi-Imperial models. Note that the pen will also accept the gold nibs from the high-end 3-digit Imperial models.
Brand new, never used. New converter. We have adjusted the nibs for smoothness.
The clip can be removed if you prefer the clip-less look. These pens come with a gold colored clip, but we have a few silver colored clips. Make your clip selection from the pulldown menu.
With 14k Long Diamond Nib:
STANDARD EBONITE COLORS
Matte (Bakul) Black
Smooth Pink Ripple
Smooth Ripple Brown
Smooth Ripple Green
Smooth Ripple Blue Green
Matte Mottled Brown
Smooth Ripple Olive
Smooth Mottled Brown
Smooth Mottled Green
Smooth Red Ripple
Smooth Ripple Yellow
Matte (Bakul) Ripple Red
Smooth Mottled Olive
Smooth Green Pink Ripple
Smooth Green Orange Ripple
Smooth Blue Brown Ripple
Smooth Blue Yellow Ripple
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