The C/C is a school version of Waterman’s early cartridge pen, and I can’t say that I’m positive about the name. I have it from secondary sources I trust, but I find this model also appears in some literature as the “Waterman-Bic #298″ with a rather uglier clip than my example. It is functionally similar to the C/F, of course, although both the look and feel of the point suggest the much later Parker 25.
Production Run: c. 1953 – c. 1960(?)
Cost When New: $2.95 for the one connected with Bic (for modern value, try this calculator).
Size: 13.7 cm long capped, 14.8 cm posted, 12.4 cm uncapped.
Filler: Cartridge, capacity approx. 1.2 ml.
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