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Beautiful 452 in Sterling with a killer flexi nib.




I forget the number of this one (possibly a smooth 0552) but I still remember that nib as well. Man what a pen! It's got one of the most beautiful engravings I can recall ever seeing on a FP.





A BCHR Waterman 42 1/2V Baby. Another one I regret selling.














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A few more.

A mid 40's English W5 model.


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NOS Boxed Waterman CF Set (missing the pencil)




BCHR Waterman 0852 1/2V




Mid 40's Waterman Commando. Cousin to the 100 Year pen




Mid 40's Waterman taperite Citation w/ Semi Hooded Nib. Like 99% of the commando/100 YRPen's out there with the clear barrel end it's crumbled away to nothing.






Awesome Little 3V Set from the late 30's.





Ribbed Waterman 100 Year Pen. 4th Generation Model A. Approx. 1945 or so. Suffering from the common barrel end problems.













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