Size: Capped - 5 3/16 inches, posted - 6 1/4 inches.
A very pretty and glossy green marbled Conway Stewart with the candy stripe marking. It is quite unusual to find a Conway Stewart made from this pattern of celluloid rod stock. The pen's condition is very good - in fact, it is undamaged apart from a tiny bit of plating wear to the filling lever that you will need a loupe to see. The pen's shape and proportions remind me a lot of a smaller version of the No. 58 pen. The cap has a conical black top jewel that holds on the washer style pocket clip. The clip has the "CS" monogram within a diamond shaped cartouche at the top and another diamond at the bottom. There is also a single gold filled cap band. The barrel also has a conical shaped end. It bears a shallow but complete imprint and has a small gold filled filling lever. This has a circular end tab with the "CS" monogram again within a diamond shaped cartouche. The black hard rubber section, also undamaged and glossy, holds the large and undamaged Conway Stewart No. 5 nib in 14 carat gold. This one is a medium point.
I have fully serviced this pen. The nib is very smooth and writes a lovely wet, generous medium line.