Type Vintage fountain pen
Product Name Unknown.
Manufacturer and Year Waterson, USA - circa 1920s. Not to be confused with Waterman that filed an FTC complaint (and prevailed) against Waterson for use of a mis-leading name.
Length Oversize, 5-3/8".
Filling System The pen is a lever filler, we've replaced the sac and it's working very well.
Color Yellow with 14k gold-filled trim. Black end pieces and a black section.
Nib Warranted 14k #8 nib. Fairly smooth with good tipping. It's got a little flex to it. See writing sample, below.
Condition Excellent condition with no dents, chips or dings. The color is bright and the surface is silky and shiny. The barrel has light scratching with moderate scratching around the bottom of the lever. The cap also has light scratching with more moderate scratching to the right of the bottom of the clip. The clip has some scratching and some plating wear. There is a small crack in the nib above the second "R" which should not affect the writig unless the nib is over-flexed. The lever is excellent. The imprints are clear.