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Conway Stewart Oxford History

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#1 slick04


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Posted 11 February 2016 - 22:13

I am the proud owner of a Conway Stewart Oxford fountain pen (brown tortoise shell in colour) and I am trying to research the pen with respect to how many were sold etc. One rarely sees them advertised for sale second hand, as opposed to other modern Conway Stewarts.


I have conversed with Bespoke British Pens who took over what was left of Conway Stewart and they cannot find any records.


If anyone has any information historically on the CS Oxford, or if anyone owns one, I would be grateful if you could post it here.



Edited by slick04, 12 February 2016 - 10:34.

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