A few final good models did emerge in Waterman’s postwar years, and this set is one of those good ones, an executive pen and pencil set without a known model name. It is in a very handsome light blue, with shiny chrome friction cap and gold trim, and has probably never been used except for being dipped; in replacing its sac, dried ink was found in the nib and feed but not in the sac (to preserve its condition, there is no writing sample). The nib was tested with water, and writes a nice fine line. The mechanical pencil shows no evidence of prior use, and the mechanism works freely. Both pen and pencil still retain their stamped price codes. This set comes with its probably original case.