About This Pen
This pen is one of the celluloid third tier pens from the 1920s that was probably made to look like red hard rubber. In fact, I rubbed it to make sure it wasn’t ebonite. That it isn’t hard rubber doesn’t mean it isn’t attractive, however. It’s a substantial pen, at 5⅛” long and a full half inch wide just below the cap edge. Adding to its appearance are shiny black cap and barrel crowns. This is a nice looking pen, showing some age but not scratched or nicked. The gold-plated trim is all complete. The nib is a warranted 14K that writes a wet medium with a bit of flex; like other Wilrites I’ve seen, it’s a very nice writer.
Price: $65 Sold