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Tropen 100 Fountain Pen Set - Burgundy, GP Medium Nib (Excellent + in Box, Works Well)

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Tropen 100 fountain pen and mechanical pencil set in burgundy. The fountain pen is a piston filler with a medium gold plated nib. The mechanical pencil has a twist mechanism and takes 1.1mm leads. The set is in excellent + condition and ships in a box.
SKU: 14687
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Type  Pen Set

Product Name  100 as identified near the piston knob.

Manufacturer and Year  Tropen, made in Germany -- 1950s or 60s.

Length  The fountain pen is 5" and the mechanical pencil is 5-1/8".

Filling System  The fountain pen is a piston filler. It has been tested and holds water well. The mechanical pencil takes 1.1mm leads and uses a twist mechanism on the cone to extend and retract the points. It works well. No eraser, but there are extra leads in the barrel.

Color  Burgundy with gold plated trim.

Nib  MEDIUM gold plated steel nib. The nib seems a medium-fine but is identified as a fine towards the end of the barrel near the piston knob.

Condition  Excellent + condition. The fountain pen is in better condition than the mechanical pencil. The pen has a little plating wear and capping marks. The pencil has trim wear on the clip and cone in addition to bite marks on the cone. The imprints on the pen are clear. The "Made in Germany" imprint on the pencil is incomplete. It looks like it was stamped improperly. The set ships in a gift box.


Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 14687
Condition Used
Maker Other
Type Fountain Pens, Pen Sets, Pencils


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