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Levenger (Waldmann) Tuscany Fountain Pen - Sterling, Spiral Pattern, 14K Fine Nib (Near Mint, Works Well)

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Levenger fountain pen made by Waldmann. Cartridge/converter filler in sterling. Fine 14K nib is smooth with nice tipping and just a hint of flex. Near mint condition. Working well.

SKU: 15147
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$145.00

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Type  Cartridge/converter filling over-sized fountain pen from recent years, working well. 

Product Name Tuscany is what this was called under the Waldmann imprint but we are not sure if the model had a different name for the Levenger imprint.

Manufacturer and Year  Waldmann for Levenger, made in Germany -- Not the newest version of the Tuscany, we know this because the older ones have the swirl/spiral pattern and the new ones have a parallel lines pattern.

Length  5-5/8 inches.

Filling System  The pen takes standard international cartridges or converters. A converter is included. 

Color  925 Sterling barrel and cap with a spiral or swirl pattern. Waldmann is known for its sterling pens.

Nib Fine two tone 14kt Levenger nib.  It has nice tipping and is super springy.  There is a letter F on the left side of the nib.

Condition  Near mint condition. The pattern in the sterling is well maintained.  The imprints are still clear. There are no cracks, chips, dings, dents, or personalization. Light signs of usage. We've cleaned and tested the pen and it's working very well.

 

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SKU 15147
Condition Used
Maker Levenger
Type Fountain Pens

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