Waterman Thorobred

late 1930s
About This Pen

An American Thorobred, late 1930s, marbled celluloid in grey with red stripes, imprinted “Thorobred” at the bottom of the barrel, and is probably of the 3 series. At 4 1/4” long capped, it is a vest pocket pen that becomes a comfortable 5 1/2” long writer when posted. The trim is missing finish in various places. The nib is the original Waterman Ideal, 14K, and it writes a nicely wet fine line with some flex.

This pen is not for sale.