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Platinum 3776 Celluloid Fountain Pen - Koi, 18k Medium Nib (Excellent, Works Well)

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Platinum 3776 fountain pen, Celluloid model in red and pearl, called Koi, with gold trim. 18k Medium. Excellent condition, in box.
SKU: 19283
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$200.00

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Type Fountain pen

Product Name Marked 3776 and made of celluloid, so it is called 3776 Celluloid.

Manufacturer and Year  Platinum, Japan -- probably part of the first series of celluloid pens (which began in 1987) since it lacks the "Slip and Seal" cap feature and has an 18k nib.

Length  5-3/8"

Filling System  Platinum cartridge or converter fill. A new converter will be installed.

Color  "Kingyo Koi," commonly shortened to "Koi," is a red, pink, and pearlescent white celluloid mix that's similar to cracked ice patterning. "Kingyo" is the Japanese word for goldfish and more accurately states the color goals of the pen than the word "koi."

Nib  Medium 18k nib.  Japanese fine and mediums run finer than the Western nibs.

Condition Excellent condition, in Platinum box.  No cracks, chips, dents, or dings.  This is a beautiful, colorful pen that is smooth and shiny.  Both the cap and barrel have light wear, including some long thin scratch lines.  There are horizontal capping lines on the barrel.  There is a little dot of plating wear over the "P" on the cap band.  The imprints are clear.  

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Additional Info

SKU 19283
Condition Used
Maker Platinum/Nakaya
Type Fountain Pens

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