I want to give away or sell all the pens that I have but don't use anymore. This one is a vintage Saffer (yes, Saffer, not Sheaffer) fountain pen that got me through a semester at university. It still works nicely, but I just don't use it anymore. So instead of having it collect dust, I decided to PIF it away. I will ship it anywhere, but ask the recipient to cover the shipping cost if it turns out to be too expensive.
The pen has a hooded design and is pretty tough, although there isn't much available information on the web. Perhaps somebody here can identify it better. It has a "Saffer" imprint on it, and it has a very simple piston filling mechanism. I tried to clean it out as best as I could, but the filler still has ink stains on it. Sorry for that. All I could find with Google is that this is either an Italian or a Spanish vintage school pen. The material feels durable, and the nib writes without issue. The barrel and cap have microscratches (normal for a pen of this age).
It could maybe get you through a few semesters, or could be a nice addition to your collection of vintage pens if you are into collecting European made pens. If you are interested, please write a few words about yourself (nothing uncomfortable, though) and what you will use the pen for. That's all! The winner will be selected by 31th December, so it's gonna be a new year's present. (Although it might take a few weeks to actually ship.)