This pen, from the early 1930s, has the added interest of a New York Telephone Company imprint. The pen itself is in excellent condition — the virtually unmarked mottled red celluloid extends to the section, the lever is strong, the trim is unmarked. There are a couple of what appear to be tool marks on the section. It is a longer pen, like so many of the era, at 5 17/32″ capped. The nib is the original Hutcheon Brothers nib, but sadly, the nib is cracked from the base up into the visible portion above the section. The nib was carefully replaced into the section, and the pen writes a nice fine line with a little bit of flex, but this pen is priced to accommodate this issue.