A longtime member of our local pen club sent me a photo of his Conway Stewart fountain pen and asked me for my assistance in ID'ing it, so I thought I'd post my query here on FPN in the hopes that someone might be able to help my friend. I checked the wonderful "Conway Stewart Book of Numbers" (http://conwaystewart...book/cslist.htm) first, but not every model description has an accompanying photo (and I don't mean to complain about that at all as the site is AMAZING).
Here's his description of the mystery fountain pen:
"The only imprinting on the barrel is ‘Made in England’. The clip also is devoid of anything but the Conway Stewart logo. Plus the clip is lacking the typical Conway Stewart triangle end (and just straight to the bottom). The nib is marked Conway Stewart 14Ct and is quite a good little point with responsible flex for its small size. The clip is over the top at the attaching end, with a round flat chrome rivet. As you will see, the cap also sports a very thin GF cap band. As for the size of my mystery point, it measures all of 6 inches posted but caps back to an even 5. The clip is extremely long, measuring a good 1 ¾ inches. The pen is finished a jet black plastic and seems to be in remarkably good condition now that I have serviced it. As for dating I would hazard a guess at somewhere in the 1950s or at the latest early 60s. "
..and here's my friend's photo of it: Thanks in advance!