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Wahl-Eversharp Doric "Gold Seal" with #6 Fine Adjustable Nib


Ken W

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This 2nd Generation “Gold Seal” Doric is in excellent condition and measures 4 9/16 inches closed. It has no cracks, no damage, no crystallization and no engravings. The gold-filled trim is nice and clean throughout and shows no brassing. The Eversharp imprint on the back of the cap is gently worn but still fully legible. The original Wahl-Eversharp #6 adjustable nib is smooth and Fine – since this is an adjustable nib, you can make it either firm or flexible by simply sliding the top portion of the nib either forward or to the rear. This pen’s nib/feed/section also has the ink-shut-off feature. The blind cap unscrews smoothly and the piston rod slides out with no problems. However, it will require basic restoration if you intend to use it.

 

Price is $230 inclusive of US shipping (CONUS only). Please email me with any questions – first firm email gets the pen. I prefer Paypal (direct money transfer preferred, add 3% to price if credit card or debit card), though money orders will do too. Thanks for looking.

 

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Thanks. If there are any international buyers interested, I will consider international shipping at your cost (must be insured and trackable). Please email me at klw23@georgetown.edu if you have any questions or would like to make an offer. Thanks for looking.

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What a unique pen with an adjustable nib. I wish I had not blown my Fountain Pen budget. Something always seems to come along after I have purchased something.

 

Todd

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