Waterman’s 52V

1920s-30s

About This Pen

This pen is a typical 52V, the code means “lever filler, size 2 nib, shorter model”, describes this pen perfectly. It’s in very nice used condition. The black hard rubber barrel is discolored but is very clean, with complete chasing. The very detailed imprint is deep and completely legible. There was very little variety in their sizing, so this pen is 4 ¼” long. However, no one owns a Waterman’s 52 series pen for its appearance. Yes, the nib is an Ideal 2. It writes a pretty full flex (I don’t do flex grading), but it’s not a wet noodle. The writing sample tells it all; I had to have a right-handed writer capable of using this nib competently write it for me.

Price: $105 Sold

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