Parker 25, England, c. 1970´s, flighter, blue shell and logo, cartridge or converter (not included), stainless steel nib, fine point, excellent. #2205 $USD 45
Cross Century II Classic, Ireland, very scarce in blood red lacquer with darker veins, gold plated clip, band and cone, scrolled decorated golden nib, medium point, converter installed. In original presentation box, very attractive  #2993 $USD 90
Pelikan M200, Germany, 2002 - 2004, demo anthracite, traslucent, gold plated clip and bands, highly polished gold plated steel nib, fine point. Near mint, discontinued, scarce. #2819 $USD 160

Pelikan 30 ballpoint, W. Germany c. 1972, black and rolled gold, 13 cm long, cap actuated. Near mint #2966 $USD 50

Sheaffer Targa Imperial 1007 ballpoint, USA, c. 1990, geometric gold plated, white dot, twist cap actuated, mint, unused with label. #663 $USD 50

ST Dupont, France, c. 1975, Classique Millerais, heavy gold plated, multifaceted pattern, at one side of the clip imprint  “ST Dupont” and on the other the french hallmarks for gold and “Paris”, solid 18K 750 gold nib, medium point, cartridge or converter (included) filling, length capped 5 3/8” . Mint never used in original Dupont box. #1656  $USD 180. Alternative pen # 2953 same model slightly used $USD 140

Rotring 700, Germany, 1990, en la línea de las Montblanc Noblesse CS. The book Lambrou’s Fountain Pens of the World, says that in 1982, Rotring acquired from Mont Blanc the tooling for the CS line, and used that tooling to produce the 700. The design is very thin, quite elegant and it is made from brass, with a black satin finish and the characteristic red band of the brand, the clip has a very complex design which reminds the old Rotring Drop-Bow Compass, on the cap lip engraved Rotring 700 Germany, the grip has several rectangular shallow cavities for greater confort, the polished steel nib is engraved Rotring and is a medium point, smooth writing, cartridge or converter filling. Unique unusual model, discontinued when Sanford acquired Rotring in 1998. Used, very good condition, nib size label still on the barrel. # 2652 $USD 80

Élysée Grecian border inlaid, W. Germany, c. 1988, brass base cap and barrel 24 Kt gold plated, finished with chocolate brown chinese lacquer with Grecian border in gold, on the cap band imprinted "Elysée" and "W - GERMANY", on the cap top the Staedtler logo, on the clip Élysée and the logo, smooth 14 kt solid gold nib, broad point, twist converter (included) or cartridges filling, about 5 7/16 inches long capped and 6 1/16 inches posted. Mint or near mint in presentation box (the box has some age marks) #2373 $USD 160

Elysée Black Intarsia Noire, Germany, c. 1994, brass base cap and barrel gold plated, finished with black – grey stripes chinese lacquer in a panels pattern, wide gold plated cap band imprinted "Elysée" on the front and "GERMANY" on the back, Gold plated innerspring clip with four side prongs above the clip post, 18 karat solid gold bicolour open nib, with special Élysée logo stamping and platinum plated center, medium point, about 5 5/8 inches long capped and 6 1/8 inches posted, twist converter (included) or cartridges. All of the Intarsia models are fitted with very smooth and wet writing nibs. Mint NOS in presentation box. #2493 $USD 190

Elysée (Staedtler) Germany, produced by the pen company founded by Paul Dummert in Pforzheim in1925. The 70´s found the company producing high quality  pens for other important international pen companies with their own brands. In the 80´s the company launched its own brand Elysee intended to be writing jewels. The distribution was made by Montblanc. In 1991 Staedtler took over the company under the name of Elysée Schreibgeräte GmbH. In 2000 due to the production cost of these highest quality pens they stopped the pen production. Elysee pens are famous for excellently crafted high quality nibs,
Pilot Justus Pen, Japan, 1970´s, the name "Justus"  derived from the word "adjustable" because this pen features an unique adjustbale nib. The section has a rotating bezel that extend and retracts a 14K gold overbar on top of the nib. The system allows for a harder writing nib or a softer one. The cap and barrel have a fluted design, the clip has the keyhole design, and interestingly it is shaped to match the nibs overbar, Twisting the nib section in either direction determines the position of a gold piece on top of the nib which in turn controls how much the tines will flex. Even in the "hard" setting this nib has some springiness. In the "soft" position it is very flexible, and you will be able to get some nice calligraphic line variation with this pen. Nib: Nice 14K yellow gold iridium tipped, Fine point nib. Filling System Cartridge Converter filler. Cartridges included. Working Condition used but in excellent. When this pen first was released in the late 1970's, it was quite expensive, about three times more than the Murex pen. For this reason they are exceedingly hard to find, This is a rare chance to acquire a very special pen.#730 $USD 350
Pilot  Grandee, Japan, 1987,  sterling silver koushi lattice pattern, standard size, spring  clip imprint Grandee, on the cap lip imprint Pilot Japan Sterling Silver, 14 Kt solid White gold nib, imprint Pilot 14 Kt 585 <M>H887 (made in the Pilot Hiratsuka plat in august 1987), médium point (equivalent to an european EF).  Mint, new old stock  #1367 $USD 150
Pilot Grandee, Japan, 1990, urushi lacre veins lacquer, gold filled clip, rings and ends, on the cap lip imprint Pilot Japan, on the clip Grandee L, 14 Kt solid gold nib, Japanese fine point (equivalent to EF in occidental standards), imprint Pilot 14 Kt 585 <F> 490 (made in April 1990), cartridge or converter (included) filling. Mint, new old stock, with Pilot label. #1188 $USD 130