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Louis Cartier Stripe Fountain Pen - Godron, Palladium Plated w Matching Trim, Fine 18k Nib (Excellent +, Works Well)

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Metal plated Cartier fountain pen from the Louis Cartier collection. It has a godron or striped pattern and silver colored plated trim, possibly palladium. There is also a black stone at the end of the barrel. Excellent + condition with minor marks on the cap and barrel but no noticeable wear. Fine 18k nib.

SKU: 18825
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$375.00

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Type  Modern fountain pen

Product Name  Louis Cartier Stripe

Manufacturer and Year  Cartier, France -- this is a recent but not current model.

Length  5-5/8"

Filling System  The pen takes standard international refills and converters. It is fitted with a Cartier converter.

Nib  Fine 18k nib. Quite smooth. 

Color  Silver colored metal plated. We're going with palladium plating based off of the lack of hallmarks. Cartier started using palladium in the late 1980s and France doesn't require hallmarks for palladium. The trim is silver colored, matching the rest of the pen. Black section, and a black cabochon at the end of the barrel. The pen has a striped pattern.

Condition  Excellent + condition. Some polishing marks and signs of usage, but no dings or dents. No chips, pitting, cracks, or major scratches. The imprints are clear. The pen looks great and doesn't appear to have been used very much.

 

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SKU 18825
Condition Used
Maker Cartier
Type Fountain Pens

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