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Conway Stewart 100 Lever Fill Fountain Pen in Black Celluloid with Rare 14ct Gold Nib.c.1954/58

Conway Stewart 100 Lever Fill Fountain Pen in Black Celluloid with Rare 14ct Gold Nib.c.1954/58
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Description: Conway Stewart 100 lever Fill Fountain Pen in Black Celluloid from the Late 1950's. Triple Cap band Version. Largest of the Original Conway Stewart Fountain Pen Range. Special and Rare Huge Phillips Oxford Nib:

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Price: £275.00
Item Ref: HD:CSV.100/6833


Conway Stewart 100 Fountain Pen in Black
 
 
Conway Stewart 100 Fountain Pen in Black
 
 
 
 
 
Please contact us quoting the Item Ref if you are interested in this pen and require further information. 
 
 
Measurements and Specifications

Closed Length: 5.4"

Barrel Length: 3.75"

Cap Length: 2.5"

Length Posted: 6.7"

Section Length: 0.65"

Barrel Diameter (Max): 0.52"

Cap Diameter (Max): 0.6"

Filling System: Lever Fill

Cap Type: Screw-On

Nib: 14ct Gold 

Nib Tip Width: Medium to Broad

Pen Weight: 20.5 g 
 
Please note: pen is supplied in bespoke Hepworth Dixon padded card box. We have however, included the pen's original 1950's Conway Stewart card box, guarantee and operating instructions. It must be said that original box has suffered age related .ware 
 
 
Phillips Oxford 14ct Gold Nib Fitted to this Conway Stewart 100 Fountain Pen.

Reg Phillips setup his pen repair business shortly after the Second World War. R.C. Phillips were a large stationers in Oriol Street, Oxford, England. They were official repair agents for Swan and De La Rue but repaired any other pens that came their way. They may well have had a significant number of students as customers who expected a lot out of their pens, because young undergraduates were not always very careful with their pens, Phillips had their own nibs produced (probably by Swan) which they fitted as replacements for those that had been irreparably damaged. Most - though not all - Phillips nibs tend to be firm, probably on the principle that firm nibs would stand up to rough treatment better.

R. C. Phillips finished their days at the bottom of Oxford High Street at the site that's presently occupied by Pens Plus.
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