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Sheaffer Clipper Snorkel Fountain Pen (Canada) - Black, Medium PdAg Nib (Excellent, Restored)

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Sheaffer snorkel "Clipper" fountain pen from 1955-9 and made in Canada. Black body with stainless steel cap and gold plated trim, with a medium, palladium-silver triumph nib. Excellent pre-owned condition. The snorkel filling system has been restored and tested, and it works very well.

SKU: 19172
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Type  Snorkel Fountain Pen

Product Name Sheaffer Clipper

 Manufacturer and Year  Sheaffer, Canada 1955-9

Length   5-9/16"

Filling System  Snorkel filler - working perfectly. We'll send instructions on how to use the snorkel filling system. We've replaced the O-ring, sac and point gasket, and tested the pen thoroughly.

Color Black body with stainless steel cap. The cap has a pattern of lines with a gold plated clip and band.

Nib  Sheaffer nib is Triumph style, palladium-silver, and medium. This nib is in great condition, very smooth.

Condition  Excellent condition with  no cracks, chips, or dings.  The pen is slim, shiny, and lovely.  The barrel is excellent with just some light scratching.  The cap has one small dent to the right of the top of the clip.  It also has some scratching to the right and left of the top of the clip.  The clip has some light scratching and a little nick in the plating.  The cap ring looks lovely.  The imprints are clear.  

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Additional Info

SKU 19172
Condition Used
Maker Sheaffer
Type Fountain Pens


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