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Sheaffer Valiant Snorkel Fountain Pen - Hard to Find Fern Green, 14k Snorkel Tube, Fine 14k Triumph Nib (Superior, Restored)

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Sheaffer Valiant Snorkel TM fountain pen from 1957-9. Fern Green body with gold plated trim and 3/8-inch cap band. Fine two-tone Triumph style nib is 14k and smooth. 14k snorkel tube. Superior condition. Fully restored and working well.

SKU: 18675
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Type  Mint condition snorkel filling fountain pen in a hard to find color.

Product Name  Valiant Snorkel fountain pen.

Manufacturer and Year  Sheaffer, made in USA - 1957-9. The Valiant was made from '52-59, but the Fern Green color was introduced in 1957. This pen has a 14k snorkel tube, which we usually only see on first year snorkels, so it might be a replacement.

Length   5-5/16"

Filling System  Snorkel filling pen. We've restored it with a new sac, point gasket and o-ring, and we'll send instructions on how to use this filling system. 

Color  Fern Green with gold plated trim, 3/8-inch wide cap bands, and white dot above the clip. Gold snorkel tube.

Nib  FINE two-tone Triumph 14k nib. It's smooth and firm with excellent tipping material. The masking is in lovely condition with no wear apparent. 

Condition  Superior condition for this uniquely colored pen. No cracks, chips, dents, or dings. The cap and barrel have only very light signs of usage.  The cap band and clip are shiny and pretty.   


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SKU 18675
Condition Used
Maker Sheaffer
Type Fountain Pens


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