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Stunning & Rare LIME Color ~ Crescent on the Lever & Nib ~ circa 1930s ~
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~ Stunning & Rare LIME Color ~

~ 'CRESCENT' embossed on Side Lever and Airhole of the nib ~

~ FlatTop ~ Gold Trim ~ 14ct Conklin ENDURA Gold Nib ~ Circa 1920s ~

~ New Ink Sac Fitted, Serviced, Excellent Overall Condition ~ 

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Up here is a vintage Conklin Endura Symetrik fountain pen and pencil set, which was manufactured in USA circa 1930s. The pen is in EXCELLENT condition, without any damage only showing minor wear due to age. In response to Sheaffer's introduction of the streamlined Balance pen in 1929, Conklin produced the first Endura Symetrik, a rounded off flat-top Endura in the 1930s. The pen set is in stunning and rare LIME patterning. On the pocket clip of pen and pencil is the patent date 'Conklin PAT.MAY-28-1918' embossed. On the side lever, the patent date 'PAT NOV17.1925' AND THE 'CRESCENT' was embossed. The pen bears a large Conklin ENDURA 14ct solid gold nib, with a 'CRESCENT' airhole. A new sac has been fitted and the lever filling system is in full working order; and the pencil is also in working condition. The pen set has been serviced and tested for full functionality. This Conklin is a classic elegance. The colour even makes it extremely attractive, rare and highly sought after by collectors all over the world.

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Model: Conklin Endura – USA
Colour: Green lime
Overall Length: 4-13/16 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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