Type One-of-a-kind fountain pen made in Conway Stewart material and fitted with a vintage flexible nib
Product Name This is one of our prototypes, no name for the model.
Manufacturer and Year Peyton Street Pens, nib was made by Edward Jenkins in the 1940s or 1950s.
Length 5-5/8" with cap, 5" without cap. The pen does not post.
Filling System Button-filler. You unscrew the blind cap on the end of the barrel, put the nib in ink, and express the button a few times. Then wait a few seconds and remove the nib from the ink. (We will send instructions for how to use this filling system.) DO NOT UNSCREW THE SECTION! This will damage the pen.
Color Conway Stewart "Burgundy Blush" material . The blind cap, section, and cap finial are alumilite, cast by Peyton Street Pens, in a reddish burgundy color. Sterling roll stop.
Nib FLEXIBLE fine. 14k Edward Jenkins #2 nib. The nib has been straightened, but still has some lingering waviness that doesn't affect the writing experience. See writing sample below.
Condition Perfect, brand new. It will be shipped in one of our Peyton Street Pens gift boxes.