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Treasure Mini Fountain Pen (1930s) - Pale Yellow Cracked Ice, Lever Filler, Medium Steel Nib (Very Nice, Restored)

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Very small Treasure miniature fountain pen from the circa 1930s. Lever filler in a pale yellow cracked ice pattern. Medium Steel nib. Very nice condition.

SKU: 19530
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$40.00

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Type  Lever filler fountain pen in a very small size .... more of a novelty than a practical pen, though it does work.

Product Name  Unknown.

Manufacturer and Year  The clip is marked Treasure - circa 1930s.

Length  Barely under 3-1/2" 

Filling System  Lever filler. We've restored it with a teeny little new sac and it's working very well.

Color  Pretty pale yellow cracked ice pattern with some thin red and green veins here and there. Gold plated trim.  Matte black section.

Nib  Medium "Treasure" nib with most of the gold plating rubbed off. These pens tend to have very poorly plated trim.

Condition  Very nice condition with no cracks, chips, dents, or dings.  This is a miniscule pen that is very prettily colored.  There are some bands of discoloration, a thin one on the barrel and a thicker one on the cap.  Otherwise the color looks good.  The cap and barrel have light to moderate surface scratching -- nothing major.  The cap band, lever, and clip have plating wear.  The Treasure imprint on the clip is clear.

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SKU 19530
Condition Used
Maker Other
Type Fountain Pens

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