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Inkograph Stylus Pen (1930's) - Full Size, Blue Marble (Excellent, Restored)

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Vintage stylus fountain pen (needle point, ala today's Rapidograph or drafting pens) made by Inkograph in the 1930s. Full size, lever filler, made of blue marbled material with gold colored or plated trim. Excellent condition, restored and working well.

SKU: 14426
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$90.00

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Type  Vintage stylus fountain pen. Unlike a regular fountain pen, the stylus pens have a needle like tip.

Product Name  Unknown

Manufacturer and Year  Inkograph, New York City USA -- 1930s

Length  4-7/8"

Filling System  Lever filler. We've replaced the sac and it's working well.

Color  Blue and black marbled pattern with gold colored or plated trim

Nib  Stylus nib, extra fine

Condition  Excellent condition. The coloring is even and looks great. The cap band is a little loose. It moves at one point and has scratches from the movement. The clip is partially brassed. The barrel imprint is very clear. The imprint is very clear. No major scratches and no cracks, chips, or dents. It looks like the area around the tip has been chewed on. It's restored and working well.

There's a little needle inside the thin tube of the tip which keeps the channel from clogging and helps feed ink to the tip, and the needle moves back and forth in the tube with a shake of the pen, just as it should.  You'll want to experiment with inks, because these stylus pens can be a little finicky.

 

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SKU 14426
Condition Used
Maker Other
Type Other

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