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Vintage Founatin Pens Heritage from 1880s to 1970s | Conway Stewart
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Stunning rare color; Circa 1930s
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~ The Pursuit of Excellence - Conway Stewart ~

~ Comes with Original CS Dinkie Paper Gift Box ~

~ RARE Stunning HARLEQUIN Multi-color Pattern ~

~ Gold Trim ~ a Conway Stewart Solid 14ct Gold Nib, Circa 1930s ~

~ New Ink Sac Fitted; Serviced; Nice Overall Condition ~ 

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Up here is a vintage Conway Stewart DINKIE 540 fountain pen, which was manufactured in England circa 1930s. The pen comes with its original CS Dinkie paper giftbox in nice condition. The pen is in nice to fair condition, without any damage only showing wear and crazing due to age; though not in its perfect status, yet still highly collectible item. This Conway Stewart was manufactured in stunning RARE harlequin multi-color celluloid material. The large shield side lever and the trim are in preistine condition. It bears a 14ct Conway Stewart gold nib. The lever filling system is in perfect working order. A new sac has been fitted. The pen has been serviced and tested for full functionality. This Conway Stewart is a classic elegance and has been produced to the highest standards of carftsmanship. The special colour even makes it extremely attractive, rare and highly sought after by collectors all over the world. This would make an excellent gift to treat yourself or for someone special.

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Model: Conway Stewart Dinkie 540 – English
Colour: Harlequin
Overall Length: 3-3/4 inches
Date Manufactured: Circa 1930s
Filler Type: Lever
Restoration: The pen has been conservatively serviced, polished and tested for full functionality
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