This pen is a Canadian Stalwart, with an unusual conical gripping section, sloping to an edge at the nib, rather than “ski-jump”, with a slope and a rise at the edge. This style, in my experience, is seen only with French pens. Of course, since the 1930s there were many more French Watermans’ than American, but there is no correlative French model like the Stalwart. So, it is unknown whether this section was fit to this pen at some point or it came from the Canadian factory with it. At any rate, this pen is very nice, in light brown/gold celluloid with some iridescence in the marbling; it resembles an Esterbrook. There are no major nicks or scratches; the gold trim is in very good condition. The imprint is thin but complete. It is a lever-filler, and fills well. The nib, which writes a wet medium, is 14k gold, marked Ideal, and Canada.