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Waterman 52 Fountain Pen (Canada) - BCHR, Nickel Trim, Flexible Fine (Excellent, Restored)

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Waterman 52 fountain pen, a classic from the 1920s and 1930s. Made in Canada. Lever filler in black chased hard rubber with nickel plated trim. Waterman's #2 gold nib is very flexible, almost full flex. Line width fine to broad. Excellent condition, very crisp and clean, fully restored and working well.

SKU: 18113
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Type  Vintage lever filling fountain pen with a smooth flexible nib.

Product Name  Model 52 (marked on the end of the pen barrel).

Manufacturer and Year  Waterman, made in Canada in the 1920s-30s.

Length  5-3/8".

Filling System  Lever filler. We've restored it with a new sac and it's working very well. 

Color  Black chased hard rubber with nickel plated trim. This model did not have a clip.

Nib  FLEXIBLE FINE gold Waterman's #2 nib is smooth. Very easy line variaiton from fine to broad under very little pressure. See our writing sample below.

Condition  Excellent condition. The color is slightly faded to a deep olive-black color, but it's fairly consistent over the whole pen. The chasing is crisp and clean on the cap, though worn nearly smooth on the barrel. In spite of this wear, the ripple pattern is still visible. No cracks or chips in the rim of the cap. No cracks, dings or dents, or personalization. The imprints are excellent (see photos). It's fully restored and working well.


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SKU 18113
Condition Used
Maker Waterman
Type Fountain Pens


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