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    Combridge (Conway Stewart) (Stock#1804)


    The Combridge pen was made by Conway Stewart for a large stationers business in Birmingham. The pen dates from the 1930s. It measures 13.7 cm capped. The black in the mottled hard rubber is unfaded. The pen closes firmly with a single turn. There are no cracks, scratches or bite marks, but there are what appear to be tool marks on the feed which do not affect the ink flow (see photo). The chrome plating is good throughout. The barrel imprint is clear. The warranted 14 carat gold nib is a semi-flexible medium. A new sac has been fitted and the pen fills and writes well (see writing sample).

    A beautiful and uncommon pen in excellent condition. A fine writer.


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