Type Lever filling fountain pen.
Product Name Unknown. Townsend was a less than top tier maker, but this is one of their nicer pens.
Manufacturer and Year Townsend, 1920s-30s
Filling System Lever filler (new sac, working well)
Color Navy blue with black end pieces and section. Gold plated trim band, clip, and lever.
Nib Medium 14k #8 Warranted flexible nib. Good flex, with nice line variation encouraged by medium-stub-like cut. Tipping is a little uneven, but there's a good deal of tipping left. See writing sample.
Condition Excellent condition with hardly any brassing. The section looks nice but has some small nicks just above the line near the bottom where the section meets the barrel. The barrel has wear and some longer thin lines of scratching, but this does not affect the shine and luster of the plastic. The cap also has micro-scratching with some short deeper scratches to the right of the bottom of the clip above and below the trim ring. The clip looks nice with just some light wear. The "Townsend" imprint on the clip is clear. The trim band has light wear and a few tiny deeper scratch marks. The lever filler looks very nice, with a little plating wear above the end.