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Hi everyone,

 

I inherited these pens a few years ago and I must admit I don't know much about them at all. I admire their beauty and workmanship. I think I will keep one for myself and try to sell the others on this forum (in the appropriate section, of course). However, before I can begin, I need to price them. Will someone please help me with a price range for each of the sets below? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

 

Omas 1930 fountain pen

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Omas 1930 ballpoint pen

http://i60.tinypic.com/2afbuia.jpg

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Cross 14kt gold filled ballpoint pen (with engraving: "Secretary General Kurt Waldheim"--former Austrian President)

http://i62.tinypic.com/mtml1j.jpg

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Sheaffer set of 2 fountain pens (cart-med & cart-fine)

http://i61.tinypic.com/v6u0yb.jpg

http://i62.tinypic.com/x6dks2.jpg

http://i59.tinypic.com/x6fvxv.jpg

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The Omas ones look to be Paragons.

 

The Sheaffer ones are Imperial desk pens

 

Have no idea about the Cross though

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The Omas 1930 line was made in a variety of sizes. You would need to measure it to identify the model.

 

The Omas fountain pen is 12 cm long with the cap on, and 11 cm long with the cap off (from tip of nib to rear).

Any idea on price?

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The Omas fountain pen is 12 cm long with the cap on, and 11 cm long with the cap off (from tip of nib to rear).

Any idea on price?

That sounds like the smallest one, a Dama size pen.

 

No idea on price I fear since they so seldom come up for sale.

 

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