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Identify This Waterman Model ?

waterman identify 70s 80s metal

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#1 InkPartout

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Posted 31 March 2019 - 16:20

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Maybe this entry deserves a new topic (if I don't get an answer, I'm going to do that: or would someone do that for me or move it to a better place if they think it would be better), but I'm just to use the same title, "Help Identifying Waterman Pens"...

I don't have, but want acquire, a particular model of Waterman fountain pen, well, technically it was a cartridge pen becauase it didn't come with bottle filler. This model was extant in the very late seventies or early eighties, although it could have been made outside that period as well. The one I had was a silver coloured smooth metal (stainless steel).

I have included a picture of what remember is an identical model (except the picture is of a bottle-filler).

The features I would point out are i) the almost cylindrical shape of the capped pen, squarely cut at the cap end, and barrel slightly tapering toward the end ii) the characteristic 'W' shape of the ink flow assembly where the nib is seen to enter the pen (not clear from the picture, unless it is magnified up).

Can anyone ID this model ? It might finding another easier if I had a name.

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Posted 04 April 2019 - 00:05

Reposted from an old topic:

 

Maybe this entry deserves a new topic (if I don't get an answer, I'm going to do that: or would someone do that for me or move it to a better place if they think it would be better), but I'm just to use the same title, "Help Identifying Waterman Pens"...

I don't have, but want acquire, a particular model of Waterman fountain pen, well, technically it was a cartridge pen becauase it didn't come with bottle filler. This model was extant in the very late seventies or early eighties, although it could have been made outside that period as well. The one I had was a silver coloured smooth metal (stainless steel).

I have included a picture of what remember is an identical model (except the picture is of a bottle-filler).

The features I would point out are i) the almost cylindrical shape of the capped pen, squarely cut at the cap end, and barrel slightly tapering toward the end ii) the characteristic 'W' shape of the ink flow assembly where the nib is seen to enter the pen (not clear from the picture, unless it is magnified up).

Can anyone ID this model ? It might finding another easier if I had a name.

InkPartout
28.March.2019

 

31.March.2019

Locking this, I just split your other post off and answered in it.


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