Conway Stewart - The International - No.356
Stock number: 5841
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Medium with some flex nib, Lever fill system.
This lever filling vintage fountain pen was made by Conway Stewart in England around 1939. It is made of chased hard rubber in common with many fountain pens of the period. The barrel text reads “The International Pen – Conway Stewart London – No.356” with “Made in England” lower down the barrel. I have listed it in fair to good condition as there is pitting to the chrome plated clip and filling lever carrying the Conway branding. However, it deserves to be used once again for its Conway 14ct gold 1A nib that has a medium point with some flex. I have priced it accordingly. It is quite a long vintage pen measuring 129mm with cap on and 160mm with cap on barrel end. A Conway workhorse that will impress when you use it. All fountain pens are professionally serviced and bench tested prior to offering for sale. A further inspection is carried out before despatch. Filling instructions will be sent with your order and a gift box is available free of charge on request at checkout where you may also select your method of payment.
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