The pen is octagonal in shape, was available in two different sizes with either a smooth finish or a Greek Key engraving and in Sterling silver or a Vermeil finish.
This pen is one of the very early versions in the Standard as opposed to the Large size and in the Vermeil finish.
The Reminiscence is a cartridge/converter pen which is the filling system I prefer and this pen has one of the absolutely luscious broad nibs that in fact writes like a Double Broad.
The engraving on the nib is quite different than what is usually seen on a Montegrappa nib without the Greek Key surround usually found.
The nib engraving is said to be the same that was used on the 1915 pen.
The pen is Sterling Silver with a 5 micron gold plating.
I find this size near perfect though many prefer the larger version so for me, it's this size that gets more pocket time.