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Bexley Gaston Custom "Yellow Jacket" LE Fountain Pen (2006) - Broad 18k Nib (New in Box, Works Well)

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Bexley "Yellow Jacket" Limited Edition Fountain Pen.  One of many models Jim Gaston commissioned from Bexley Pen Company. Yellow with black end pieces and gold plated trim.  Broad 18k two-tone nib. Near mint condition,  in box, with paperwork.  Never inked.  #20/100

SKU: 19080
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Type  Limited Edition Fountain pen (#20/100)

Product Name  Gaston Custom. This is one of the models Jim Gaston commissioned from Bexley. 

Manufacturer and Year  Bexley, USA -- 2002.

Length  5-1/8"

Filling System  Takes international cartridges and converters. A piston converter is installed.

Color  Yellow with black end pieces and gold plated trim.  The cap band has a thin line of black in between thin layers of gold.  The dot on the end piece of the barrel is marked 20.  This is pen 20/100.

Nib  BROAD 18k. It is marked Bexley and is a two-tone #6. The nib is marked B. (We're not sure if it is JoWo or Bock compatible, as Bexley has used both over the years.)

Condition  Near mint, in brown leather box, never inked.  No cracks, chips, dings, or dents.  There are also horizontal marks under the cap on the barrel caused by capping the pen, but no marks otherwise other than some faint turning marks from the manufacturing.  The paperwork indicates that this is pen #20, which matches the nuumber inset on the end of the barrel.

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Additional Info

SKU 19080
Condition New
Maker Bexley
Type Fountain Pens


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