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John Holland 72 Fountain Pen - BCHR, Lever Filler, Flexible Medium-Fine Nib (Excellent + in Box, Restored)

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John Holland Model 72 fountain pen from the early 1900s. It is made of dark black hard rubber and has a flexible nib. Ships in box with paperwork. Excellent + condition.
SKU: 14475
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$200.00

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Type  Vintage lever fill pen which works beautifully and has a flexible nib.

Product Name  Model 72, as marked at the end of the barrel imprint

Manufacturer and Year  John Holland, USA -- 1920s.

Length  4-15/16"

Filling System  Lever filler (We have replaced the bladder and it works very well.)

Color Black chased hard rubber cap and barrel. Gold filled trim including a ball ended clip.

Nib  Medium flexible nib. The nib is a #12 Holland nib that offers flex based line variation. Please see the writing sample below. Despite having a high number, #12 Holland nibs are actually quite small.

Condition  Excellent + condition. The clip isn't straight and there are some shallow bite marks on the cap and the end of the barrel. The chasing is also a little worn on the top of the cap. Otherwise, there are no scratches, the barrel is a dark black with strong patterning and an easy to read barrel imprint. There are no scratches. It ships in a Christmas- themed John Holland box with paperwork (the paperwork is a little worn and frayed).

 

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SKU 14475
Condition Used
Maker John Holland
Type Fountain Pens

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