I should be most grateful for your assistance.
I picked up a pen in an auction lot which has what looks like a Platinum 3776 nib. However I have not been able to identify the model - it certainly does not look like the current Century line of pens. Pictures below. If someone could help me to identify the model and its age it would be much appreciated.
The body of the pen is gloss black plastic with gold plated clip, cap band and trim. The clip has a scroll or shield at its top. Both barrel and cap have flat tops and the cap is snap-on. There are no makers markings anywhere on the body or trim.
The nib is marked with the Platinum trade mark P and the number 3776. It is also marked with14K and what I think is the Kanji or symbol for medium and carries, at its lower point, what looks like a stylised J and S within a circle. It writes very nicely with a bit of spring in the tip. While marked as medium it lays down a line similar to that from my Pelikan steel fine.
The pen came with an empty cartridge (which looks like a Platinum) but no converter - if it is a Platinum Pen, will current converters fit OK?
Any Ideas on what I've got?
Thanks in advance