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.