This page refers to the Balance model using this name. You may be looking for a sub-model of Triumph, Touchdown (Early or Thin Model), or Snorkel.
The Statesman was sort of the high-normal for this line. Of standard length and width, it shared a price point with the oversized Premier, but to spend more on a Sheaffer one was looking at stepping up to some non-standard hardware. It bears a white dot and the point is marked LIFETIME and has a two-tone mask. It may be compared to the Admiral, which is the same but for the point and dot.
Production Run: 1938 – 1942 (this model changed substantially in the Triumph era).
Cost When New: $10.00 (for modern value, try this calculator).
Size: 13.6 cm long capped, 15.8 cm posted, 12.0 uncapped.
Point: 14k gold with platinum mask.
Filler: Lever, capacity approx. 1.1 ml, or vacuum filler, capacity approx. 1.8 ml.
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