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I figure there are a million "show your pen" threads, so what could one more hurt.


Post here and show your Waterman collections, segregated by material, age, era, or however you see. But they do have to be grouped with similar Watermans.


Here are my hard rubber and HR-derived Watermans, not counting a 15 PSF and a Paisley pattern 0552½V I received in the mail today.



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Pardon the sloppy panorama. Two of the black HR models got mutated into one…


From left to right:

Red Ripple/"Woodgrain": 56, 55, 55, 52, 52, 52½, 52V, 52½V, 52½V, 52½V, 52½V, 51V


Olive Ripple: 94

BluGreen Ripple: 52V, 52V


Cardinal: 52V, 52½V, 52½V

Overlays: 0552½V, 0552½V, 452½V, 452½V, 452½V, 442½V


Black HR: 0755 (kind of merged into the next), 55, 52, 52, 52, 52, 12, 14, 12, 12, 54V, 52V, 12V PSF, 52½V, 52½V, 0942½V


I'll try to do a better job with the panorama when I do my next family portraits—Celluloids, Pencils, and Moderns. :)


Seriously though, post yours too! I don't want to be the only (bleep) showing off… ;)


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Great pictures everyone!


Christof, I can't tell you how often I've run into that pictures of yours and saved it just to stare at it later. :puddle: :puddle: :puddle:


AndrewC, I LOVE those stepped caps on the celluloid models! Heck, I just love all the celluloid models. :wub:


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Some nice sets there. Thanks for showing.





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