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Sheaffer Balance II Fountain Pen - Navy Blue Resin, Vintage Sheaffer 14k Fine Nib (New Old Stock w Vintage Nib, Works Well)

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Sheaffer Balance II fountain pen from the late 1990s or earlier 2000s. Cartridge/converter filler in navy blue resin with gold plated trim. Vintage two-tone 14k Sheaffer nib is smooth. Pen is in new old stock condition, though the nib is vintage. Working very well with an included piston converter.

SKU: 17037
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Type  Cartridge/converter filling fountain pen, working well.

Product Name  Model #876, from the Balance II series, the revival series of the 1930s Balance pens.

Manufacturer and Year  Sheaffer, made in USA -- this color came out in 1998.

Length  5-3/4 inches.

Filling System  Takes Sheaffer style cartridges, or you can fill it with bottled ink via the included piston converter. 

Color  Navy blue resin acrylic with gold plated trim and a 1/8" cap band and a white dot above the clip.  

Nib Fine 14k Sheaffer nib is from the 1930s-40s and it has been fitted to a Balance II feed and housing. This nib has a lot of gold and excellent tipping material.

Condition  Barrel and cap are new old stock but nib has been used.  This is a shiny, classic, full-sized pen.  No cracks, chips, dents, dings, personalization, or plating wear.  Only very light polishing marks on cap and barrel, invisible to the naked eye.  The silver colored masking on the nib is a little worn around the edges.

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 17037
Condition Refurbished
Maker Sheaffer
Type Fountain Pens


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