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    Waterman 515 (Stock#2840)


    Though there is no model number this appears to be a Waterman 515, dating to the late 1940s. It is a substantial pen at 13.8 cm capped. As is usual with Watermans of this period, there is some wear on the gold plating, particularly on the clip and lever. The cap and barrel threads are good and the pen closes with a single turn. There are no major scratches or cracks or bite marks. The barrel imprint is crisp. The large original 14 carat English number five nib is a firm medium. A new sac has been fitted and the pen fills and writes well (see writing sample).

    A high status pen in good condition and an excellent writer.


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