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Wahl Oxford Fountain Pen Set (Junior) - Black with Gold Trim, 14k Flexible #3 Nib (Superior in Box, Restored)

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Black with gold trim lever fill fountain pen and mechanical pencil box set from Wahl Oxford, a Wahl sub-brand. This is an early "junior" style, with an Equi-poise like shape. Superior restored condition with a nice flexible 14k nib.

SKU: 15715
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$165.00

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Type  Lever fill fountain pen and pencil box set

Product Name  Unknown

Manufacturer and Year  Wahl Oxford (a Wahl-Eversharp sub-brand). This is an early model, probably from the 1930s.  This is the Junior model.

Length  The pen is just under 4-1/2"; the pencil is 4-5/8"

Filling System  The fountain pen is a lever filler, restored here at PSP with a new sac.  The pencil takes 1.1mm leads.  

Color  Black with gold plated trim. .

Nib  14k gold #3 flexible Wahl nib. See writing sample below. Not dramatic flex, but you get good line variation from extra fine to medium.

Condition  Superior condition.  Both the pen and pencil have light wear only.  The pen has capping marks and a few short scratches or toolmarks on the section.   The clip on the pen has some plating wear.  The lever has good plating.    The tip on the pencil has some moderate scratching.   All imprints are crystal clear.   The set comes in a grey cardboard box with a mottled gold pattern.  There are no cracks, serious scratches, dents, dings, or personalization.  

 

Additional Info

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SKU 15715
Condition Used
Maker Wahl-Eversharp
Type Fountain Pens

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