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Help Identifying Waterman Pen, Pencil And Ballpoint Set, Man 100 Or Not?

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#1 WhitefieldME

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Posted 13 May 2019 - 20:18

I recently acquired a nice set of Waterman products in a Waterman pouch. I know the fountain pen is a Waterman MAN 100, but wonder if the pencil and ballpoint accompanying the fountain pen are also MAN 100. The ballpoint and pencil are both slightly smaller than the fountain pen and the pencil has a black background with a gold W on the cap end, while the fountain pen and the ballpoint have a gold background with a black W. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.  

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Posted 13 May 2019 - 20:33

They were termed MAN 100/200.

The different tassie logo was to tell, just by a glance, which was which in ones shirt/coat top pocket. You could tell the FP by size but not tothers.

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Posted 14 May 2019 - 22:07

They were termed MAN 100/200.

The different tassie logo was to tell, just by a glance, which was which in ones shirt/coat top pocket. You could tell the FP by size but not tothers.


Weren't ballpoint and pencils of a single size unlike 100/200 FP?





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