No-Name “Silver”

late 1920s
About This Pen

A NoName mystery…a fine pen made of 900 grade “coin” silver that has a Deco feel, probably late 1920s-early 1930s, unknown origin. The barrel and cap are in an engraved pattern that appears to be similar to chainmail; much enlarged (see photo) one can see that it is touching ovals. The clip is riveted, a clue to its age. The silver is in excellent condition, without dents or blemish. This is a button-filler, with a strong button. The section is in black celluloid, with a christmas tree feed. The pen is 12cm long capped, and it posts to 15.4cm. The nib is a fine with some flex. It is marked “Platinor”, a term that does not appear to have history in pen use. It is also marked “Iridium”. This is a special pen that can be used steadily and will be a treasure in a silver collection.

This pen is not for sale.