Stephens Leverfil No.106
About This Model
English fountain pen manufacturers, covered the range from excellent and exclusive to budget/low quality, just as those seen from other countries. The best-known English budget brands included names like Croxley, Dickinson, Mentmore, Burnham, Valentine. They were almost all button-filled, made of celluloid (although some, like Conway Stewart, used casein in the lean pre-WWII years.
About This Pen
England, postwar 1940s. Black chased ebonite, gold-plate nib. Interesting that pen is postwar but made of ebonite. Stephens was a Curzon/Lange brand, like Summit. Very nice wet writer.