Waterman’s IDEAL Patrician Senior Black Gold Emblem Fountain Pen


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Up here is a vintage Waterman’s Patrician fountain pen, which was manufactured in USA circa 1934. This Waterman’s is a fine example, classic in royal black with gold trim. This is the SENIOR version, jumbo and large bold pen of overall length 5-1/2 inches. At the barrel end is a stunning Waterman’s IDEAL GLOBE gold emblem. The pen bears a stunning extra broad art-deco gold capband. The pen is in nice condition, only showing minor wear over the body. It bears a very large Waterman Patrician 14ct solid gold nib, with ‘diamond’ airhole, flexible writing smooth medium line. The pen bears lever filling system. A new sac has been fitted. The filling system is in good working order. The pen has been restored and tested for full functionality. Waterman began its conversion from hard rubber to celluloid in 1929 with the introduction of the Patrician, pen of classic art deco design. The delayed switch to plastic, together with other reasons, caused Waterman lost ground slowly during the depression years of the 1930s. Patrician offered during the period was a marketing failure, and thus making Patrician one of the rarest and most avidly-sought pens now. Most of the parts on these pens are unique to this line of pens. This makes this Patrician even more collectible, as in such an excellent condition. This Waterman’s is a classic elegance and has been produced to the highest standards of craftsmanship. This would make an excellent gift to treat yourself or for someone special

Additional information


Waterman Patrician

Country Manufactured




Capped length

5-1/2 inches

Date Manufactured

Circa 1930s

Filler Type

Lever filler


full functionality and working order, serviced


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