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Master Japan Fountain Pen (1970s) - Black w Gold Cap, Fine Gold Plated Master Nib (Excellent, Works Well)

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1970s fountain pen marked Master (they were a large second tier Japanese manufacturer). Fixed in place aerometric filling system. Black with a gold colored cap and clip, and gold colored trim on the barrel. Fine gold plated nib is semi-hooded, marked Master. Excellent condition.

SKU: 19481
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$60.00

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Type  Cartridge/converter filling fountain pen. 

Product Name  Unknown

Manufacturer and Year  Master, Japan -- probably made in the 1970s based on the style.  Master was  a large second tier pen maker in Japan.

Length  5-3/16".

Filling System  There is a squeeze filler fixed in place, and it cannot be removed.

Color  Black body with a gold colored end piece and a gold colored cap and clip. 

Nib  FINE gold plated semi-hooded nib is smooth, marked Master. The plating is a bit worn.

Condition  Excellent condition with no cracks, chips, dents, or dings.  This is a very shiny pen in a classic style, light in weight.  The barrel has a few areas of freckly spots and some light scratches but it is quite shiny and excellent overall.  The cap some light scratches and some little surface flecks/dots, but these do not impact the deep golden shine. The clip has a little plating wear around the edges.  The feed is quite scratched up.  The imprints are crisp.

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Additional Info

SKU 19481
Condition Used
Maker Other
Type Fountain Pens

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