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Diamond Point Fountain Pen (1930s) - Mandarin Yellow, Green Marbled Bands, 14k Warranted Fine Nib (Excellent, Restored)

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Diamond Point fountain pen probably from the 1930s. Lever filler in mandarin yellow with gold plated trim and two thin trim bands in green marble on the cap. 14k Warranted fine nib. Excellent condition, fully restored and working well.

SKU: 19416
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Type  Vintage lever filling fountain pen.

Product Name  Unknown, junior size

Manufacturer and Year  Diamond Point, made in USA -- The company was active from the 1920s  to 1953.

Length  5".

Filling System  Lever filler. We've restored it with a new sac and it's working well.

Color  Mandarin Yellow with 1/8" gold cap band and thin green marble bands around the top of the cap and the end of the barrel. The section is black.  The barrel tapers toward the end.

Nib  14k Warranted Fine Nib. Semi-flex.

Condition   Excellent condition with no cracks or dents.  This is a short, classic-looking pen, in a bright mandarin yellow color.  The barrel has some short scratches near the end.  There are marks around the edges of the lever and the lever itself has plating wear and dots of pitting.  There are marks on the barrel caused by the cap lip.  The cap is in very good shape except for a small mark on the side opposite the clip.  The cap band is loose.  The clip has brassing on the ball.  The iimprint on the clip is clear.

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 19416
Condition Used
Maker Diamond Pen
Type Fountain Pens


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