|One of the grand pen
companies of the Twentieth Century, Wahl Eversharp pens are notable for
adventurous design elements, often wonderful flex nibs, and unstable
celluloid that shrinks and turns to dust. Condition matters! The
best Wahls are a delight, and these are restored and in good working
Nice burgundy Skyline with a rigid fine 14Kt nib. Skylines were among
the best selling pens of the 1940s. This one is in nice condition,
with some "desk wear" around the cap. 5 1/4", 133 mm.
Price: $75 with free shipping in the
|Wahl-Eversharp Oxford Set
A very pretty set. Oxford was one of Wahl's economy line during the 1930s. The
color on my screen is a bit more red than this set really is - there's an
element of pink-purple mixed with the predominant red in the real color. The nib
is small, 14Kt, and very fine. Very little brassing, great imprints. The
pen is 4 7/8", 124 mm.
Price: $100 with Free Shipping in
|Wahl Greek Key
Wahl made pretty metal pens, this one with a broad stub that has give, but
no flex (line variation due to pressure). A great signature pen. This one
was made in Canada. Lever filler. The pen is on the smaller side, 4
3/8", 110 mm. Excellent condition.
Price: $110 with Free Shipping in
the US SOLD
|Wahl - Hard
Wahl made hard rubber pens for a long time. This one has a nice flexible
fine #2 14 Kt nib and a roller-clip. The chasing has some wear, and
there's a bit of brassing on the lever. 130 mm, 5 3/16"
Price: $110 with free shipping in
the US SOLD