Type VIntage fountain pen.
Product Name Ink-Vue, first version. This Canadian version has a slightly different clip and cap band when compared to its American counterpart.
Manufacturer and Year Waterman, Canada - circa 1935
Filling System Compound style lever filler which we have restored and tested. It requires that you pump it a few times - we'll enclose instructions on this filling system. We restored it with a new sac, and fully tested it.
Color "Emerald Ray" finish (green and black celluloid) with great barrel clarity. The trim is gold plated.
Nib Medium Keyhole nib. This nib isn't labeled with one of Waterman's color designations, but we believe that it's a medium, with some flexibility. We have included a writing sample in our photos, so be sure to check that out. Note: there are some tool marks and scratches on the top surface of the nib. They don't affect the nib's performance.
Condition Excellent condition. No cracks, chips, dents, or dings. The trim looks really good; there is some brassing on the sides of the clip. The lever has some brassing around the edges of the tab, and the rest of the housing looks quite nice. The cap band looks great. There is light scratching on the cap and barrel. The material is nice and shiny, and the barrel clarity is excellent. The imprints are clear. The emblem on the end of the barrel looks great. There are some small scratches on the cap, and light handwear on the barrel. The material has a good shine to it, and the barrel clarity is excellent. The imprint is clear. The pen is working very well.