Spend a dollar, get twelve cartridges full of ink, and as a special bonus, a pen to put them into; what a deal! I expect this is roughly contemporary with a similar package seen at the bottom of my Sheaffer cartridge pen page, but the difference in emphasis is suggestive of the two companies’ different perspectives. To Sheaffer, the ink is a throwaway, while to Wearever, it’s the pen.
Production Run: Somewhere between 1955 and 1965, as a guess
Cost When New: $1.00 (for modern value, try this calculator).
Size: I’m not unwrapping it to do the measurements.
Point: Steel, semi-hooded.
Filler: Cartridge, capacity approx. 0.9 ml.
If you are relying on the preceding information to win a bet or impress a teacher, you should read the site’s scholarly caveat. Remember, this is the internet, and it’s full of bad information.