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Sheaffer Balance II SE "Aspen" Fountain Pen - Medium Feathertouch 18k Nib (Near Mint in Box, Works Well)

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Special Edition of the Sheaffer Balance II fountain pen, in blue and brown acrylic. Sheaffer two tone 18k nib Feather Touch in Medium. Near mint, barely used condition.
SKU: 18335
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Type  Special edition fountain pen w 18k nib

 Product Name  Sheaffer's name for this product line was Balance II. It was a revival of the Balance pens of the 1930s. Model #878.

Manufacturer and Year  Sheaffer USA - this special edition came out in 1999

Length  5-3/4"

Filling System  Sheaffer converter (included), or you can use Sheaffer cartridges (not included)

Color  Beautiful marbled blue and brown aka "Aspen Glow". Gold plated trim.

Nib  MEDIUM Sheaffer Feather Touch 18k Nib.

Condition  Perfect, almost like new, though it has been inked. Minor signs of use. Comes packaged in original display box, with bottle of black Sheaffer Skrip ink.

Please note that this pen is extremely hard to find without any cracks. We have carefully inspected it, and can't find any. Having said that, we strongly suggest that you treat this pen even more gently than you treat the rest of your fine pen collection. Be especially careful with the clip and the cap. Do not pull on the clip, or the stress will cause a crack. Similarly, the cap lip will crack very easily if the cap is posted, even though there are no cracks now. 


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SKU 18335
Condition Used
Maker Sheaffer
Type Fountain Pens


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