Size: Length - 4 15/16 inches.
A rather nice English Waterman's pencil from the late 1940s or early 1950s. It is in very good condition with the only damage I can see on it being a little plating wear to the very edges of the pocket clip and the cap bands. Otherwise, it is looking great with a good glossy appearance. The cap is fitted with a Deco-style Waterman's pocket clip in gold fill with the ribbing at the shoulder and this is held on by a small gold filled top button with a concave upper surface. The cap will unscrew to reveal the remains of the original pink eraser. At the top of the barrel are three narrow bands. Mid-barrel is the imprint which has faded in the centre but is still nice and crisp around the outside. The cone is gold filled also. This is a propel-repel pencil that works by twisting the cone. I have fitted a fresh 1.18mm lead into the mechanism, so it should be all ready to go.
I have fully serviced this pencil. It works perfectly.