Type Vintage lever filling fountain pen working well.
Product Name Hundred Year Pen (marked on the nib, and on the cap) - this is the smaller "Lady" version.
Manufacturer and Year Waterman, Canada, circa 1941. This is the second year version where the clear parts matched the solid color ... in this case red. Second year ladies' models had one cap band and a ribbed barrel and partially ribbed cap (they were also available in a non-ribbed version).
Filling System Lever filler. We've replaced the sac and the filling system works well.
Color Translucent red ribbed barrel and cap with a slightly more clear red cap-top and barrel end, and gold plated trim.
Nib Flexible fine Hundred Year 14k Canada Nib. See writing sample.
Condition Excellent condition with no cracks, chips, dents, or dings. This is a dainty, unique little pen in a pretty color and with a neat ridged pattern. The barrel color is a bit mottled toward the end but the surface looks excellent. The lever has dots of pitting along the top edge along with some plating wear along the edges. The cap has light to moderate scratching. The cap bands look nice with a tad of plating wear along the edges and the bottom thin cap band is a bit wavy. The clip has plating wear at the lower edge of the end piece. The imprints on the cap and barrel are clear.