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Sheaffer Connaisseur 810 Fountain Pen And Ballpoint Set (1989)- Black, C/C, Medium 18k Nib (New Old Stock, In Box, Works Well)

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Sheaffer Connaisseur fountain pen and ballpoint pen set in black with gold plated trim.   The is the second version of the black Connaisseur. Fountain pen has a Sheaffer 18k medium nib. New old stock, mint condition,  in box.

SKU: 19662
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Availability: In stock




Type  Fountain pen and ballpoint set

Product Name  Connaisseur, Model 810.

Manufacturer and Year  Sheaffer, USA -- this 2nd edition was introduced in 1989. This is the non-Grand version of the black Connaisseur and as such it is lighter with a smaller nib. This version has Sheaffer  on the cap band in script lettering. You also see this model with block lettering.

Length Fountain pen is 5-9/16", and ballpoint is 5-6/16" long.

Filling System  Fountain pen takes Sheaffer cartridges and squeeze converters (modern piston converters to do not fit). Bottled ink can be used with the included Sheaffer squeeze converter. Ballpoint pen takes Sheaffer ballpoint refills, and a working black medium one is installed. The cap twists to extend and retract the tip.

Color  Black with 23k gold plated trim.

Nib  MEDIUM Sheaffer 18k nib The section is marked "M."

Condition  New old stock condition, in box.  This is a handsome, pristine set.   The imprints on both are clear.  Both pieces are working well.  


Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 19662
Condition New
Maker Sheaffer
Type Ballpoints, Fountain Pens, Pen Sets


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