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Lady Sheaffer 904 Fountain Pen (1970s) - Paisley, 14k Medium Nib (Excellent, Works Well)

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Lady Sheaffer 904 fountain pen from the 1970s. "Paisley" pattern of black lacquer and gold filled scallop etching. Medium 14k gold nib.  Excellent pre-owned condition.

SKU: 15841
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Type  Cartridge/converter filling fountain pen

Product Name  Lady Sheaffer 904 Paisley

Manufacturer and Year  Sheaffer USA -- 1970s.

Length  5-3/16 inches.

Filling System  Cartridge/converter filler. It takes Sheaffer cartridges and converters. A piston converter does not fit, but the squeeze converter does.

Color  The body is black lacquer with a gold filled scalloped pattern called "Paisley"

Nib  MEDIUM 585 14k nib. The nib is marked 14k. This semi-hooded nib style is called "Stylpoint" and it is the same nib they used on the Imperial I and the Skripsets. 

Condition  Excellent used condition for this beautiful, shiny and elegant pen.  It is difficult to notice scratches because of the "paisley" patterning, but some microscratching can be seen with magnification on the black areas inside the gold patterning.  The black lacquer area where the cap and barrel meet has some moderate scratch marks.  The clip has some scratches and the white dot has one small deep scratch and three little dings. The black lacquer behind the clip looks great.  The section has some long thin scratch lines, some in clusters; even so, it is shiny looking.  

 

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SKU 15841
Condition New
Maker Sheaffer
Type Fountain Pens

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