The sort of bargain pen which the Canadian branch of the company ended up relying upon during the Depression. One assumes that if a catalogue were to appear, it would have a model number, if not a name. It is difficult to tell from the picture below (alas, my terrible previous camera!), but the barrel is translucent, allowing a fine notion of how much ink is left in it.
Production Run: c. 1930 – c. 1940; a very approximate range, as there is little to be found on the matter. If you have a catalogue or price-list with any sense of actual dates on it, I’d be delighted to hear from you.
Size: 12.6 cm long capped, 15.5 cm posted.
Point: Plated steel.
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