Vintage pens--newly Listed.
(From left to right in photo above:)
1. Epenco (Eagle). Circa1935, Senior length (5 1/4" capped), thin body width. Dark red with cream and light red flecks, a sort of art deco pattern plastic, with GF hardware. "Medfield" gold plated, rather rigid. Slight plating loss on wide cap band, otherwise no dents, dings or discoloration. Lever-fill, refurbished. Writes a fine, smooth line. Price reduced to $45 from $65.
2. wyvern 404, senior size (53/8" capped), English pen, from abput 1950. Deep green plastic with a hooded nib, between medium and fine. Nib appears to be gold, but impossible to tell from appearance. lever fill, refurbished, fills as it should. $70, reduced from $85..
3. Good Service lady's ribbon pen, 4 1/2" capped, green plastic flecked with cream, pattern like that of Parker Duofolds of the 1920s. (Parker made Good Service pens for Sears Roebuck.) Fine stainless nib marked "Epenco.." Lever fill, reurbished. Price reduced to $45 from $60.
4. National Security" medium size pen (4 3/4" capped). Nib marked "Phillipi, 14 Ct." indicates it is English in origins. Writes a smooth fine line, and is a button fill. Refirbished, fills as it should.. Price $70, reduced from $85.
5. "Spors" Japanese CBHR senior size pen (5 1/2" capped.) ") About 1930, from the styling. Medium stainless (originally gold-plated) nib marked "durium." Lever fill, refurbished. $45, reduced from $55.