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Q: The Unique Pen, Made in England, fabrication date?



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I own a British pen and I am interesting in the fabrication period.
I guess it was between 1940-1950.
 

I changed the ink sack with a new one, seal it with shellac and dusting 
with talcum powder.
It is in a perfect condition and writes very smooth with a rich inflow.
I guess the nib is fine...

May be anybody has some information about ist.


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Thank you!

Thomas


 

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1945 to the early 1950's. With the unicorn warranted nib (if original) probably early 1950's.

 

Unique also sold similar, unmarked or third party pens in Germany at that time.

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1 minute ago, peterg said:

1945 to the early 1950's. With the unicorn warranted nib (if original) probably early 1950's.

 

Unique also sold similar, unmarked or third party pens in Germany at that time.


Thank you very much for the information!

For this age it's in a perfect condition....

Greetings
Thomas

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