Moore - Fountain pen - 1

Moore - Fountain pen - 1
U.S. - 1920-1939 - Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes

Dispatch note: 1982

Ubi: 25-5

Brown striated celluloid Moore fountain pen and 18 kt Waterman nib.
Decorated with a brown celluloid and fluted pearl, accompanied by a gold ring on the end of its cap, while at the other end there is its clip, which is beautifully decorated with vertical lines and the brand name engraved on it, over the gold plating.
I have tried to find documentation about this model, but there is not as much as one would like. I can only say that by the late 1930s, the American Moore was looking to renew its catalogue of fountain pens, leaving somewhat aside the Art Deco models that had characterized the collection of this prestigious brand.

The filling, as shown in the image, is by suction, having a retractable lever on the marbled barrel. On the barrel, the brand, patent registration and model name are perfectly read.

The nib, in good conditions, is made of 18 kt gold, with the brand Waterman.
The overall condition of the fountain pen is very good, in the photos you can check it.
Buy with confidence, and good luck bidding!

Luxury&Collections Co.

Lot details
No. of items
Fountain pen
Model / Type
Manufacturer/ Brand
Country of Origin
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
In working order
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