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Wat Sheaffer Pen Is Theis?



Nillermon

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I got this old Sheaffer from my mom. I cant find this pen anywhere om the webs.

 

It is gold plated, the lower part is gold plated silver and top is gold plated brass.

 

The ring says: SHEAFFER "Crown" U.S.A. D.L.

 

My mom got about 40 years ago.

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Thank you. I still cant find any info about this model. If it is really gold? Or When it is made. I knowl there have been om more of the same pen, maybe a set?

 

There is no carat om it only the Crown.

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It's gold filled.

 

Best regards.

Recite, and your Lord is the most Generous  Who taught by the pen

Taught man that which he knew not (96/3-5)

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The "Reminder Clip" ball points were introduced in 1960 and continued being made at least through the mid to late 90s. They were sold as sets often just a ball point and pencil, individually and in sets with a Imperial/Triumph fountain pen.

 

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If gold filled as suggested ( I haven't seen the D.L. before ) then your pen is an Imperial 777. The 777 indicates the finish ( ie gold filled, lined pattern) so would have matched several different fountain pens.

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