About This Model
Conway Stewart was a major manufacturer of good to great fountain pens in England for a hundred years, from 1905-2005. During the pre-WWII years they sold far more pens than any other brand in England; one major author believes more than all the other companies’ output combined. They were very well-made, good-looking, and great writers with soft, wet, and often flexible nibs. It is interesting that they produced a bewildering quantity of models and colors, including some bright floral patterns in casein during the pre-WWII shortage years.
About This Pen
This is a Conway Stewart No. 475, called The Conway Pen. It is in marbled blue/black, with a black turban crown and black end cap. At 12.9cm long capped, it is a full-size pen from the late 1930s-WWII. Its trim is gold, and untarnished. The nib is marked “Conway”, is a 14c gold, number 4. It writes a wonderful British soft fine with a touch of flex. Overall, this Conway Stewart is in excellent condition, very clean and shiny, with no deep scratches.
This pen is not for sale.