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Diamond Medal Standard Fountain Pen -- Full Size Slender, Yellow w White Bands, Medium 14k Nib (Excellent, Restored)

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Standard size pen by Diamond Medal, one of the better "second tier" American pen makers of the early part of the last century. Yellow celluloid with white inserts and black end pieces. Medium 14k nib is smooth. Excellent condition, fully restored with new sac.

SKU: 18590
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$135.00

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Type  Fountain pen

Product Name  Standard

Manufacturer and Year  Diamond Medal, USA -- circa 1930s

Length  5-5/16"

Filling System  Lever filler (restored with new sac.)

Color  Yellow with a white ring on either end just before the black end piece. Gold plated trim, with a 1/4" wide cap band.

Nib  Medium Diamond Medal 14k #2 nib is in excellent condition with a good amount of tipping material. No flex.

Condition  Excellent + condition with no cracks and very good color. Lots of lesser scratching and shallow bite marks on both ends. The celluloid has darkened a bit over time; the area under the cap is slightly brighter than the rest of the pen. The threads underneath the cap are slightly inkstained and dark. There's a little brassing on the ball of the clip and the lever; the plating on cap band looks great. No cracks or chips, readable imprint. It's working very well, and looks quite nice.

 

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SKU 18590
Condition Used
Maker Diamond Pen
Type Fountain Pens

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