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Please Help Identify German Pen

fountain-ballpoint two-in-one german

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Posted 17 May 2018 - 22:47

Trying to learn the origins of this pen. "Germany" is inscribed on the top edge of the clip where it bends to join the cap. I wondered if it was a Waldmann? Any information gratefully appreciated.

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