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Eversharp Symphony 500 Fountain Pen - Black, First Version (Loewy) , Flexible Medium 14k Nib (Excellent, Restored)

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Eversharp Symphony 500, first generation fountain pen from the late 1940s. Lever filler in black with a chrome plated "slipper" style cap and gold plated trim. Flexible medium 14k nib. Excellent condition.

SKU: 19238
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Type  Lever filling fountain pen, restored and working well.

Product Name  Symphony, model 500, first generation, as identified by metal barrel threads. Designed by Loewy.

Manufacturer and Year  Eversharp, made in USA -- 1948-49.

Length  5-1/2".

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

Color  Black section and barrel. Chrome plated cap and gold plated trim. We've seen the cap referred to as chrome plated and as stainless steel, but it's clearly plated based off of when we looked at caps with heavier wear. This is the original slipper cap style. The body has metal cap threads.

Nib  Flexible Medium Eversharp 14k nib.  Please see writing sample.  

Condition  Very nice condition with no cracks, chips, dents, or dings. The pen is shiny and elegant.   The barrel has moderate to heavy scratching near the end and some lighter scratching near the top.  The lever has plating wear.  The cap has some freckly pitting.  The clip is excellent but it is loose and has a bit of side-to-side movement.  The imprint is clear.  

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SKU 19238
Condition Used
Maker Eversharp
Type Fountain Pens


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