Size: Capped - 131mm; posted - 156mm.
These late forties English Waterman set is made from a very attractive pastel grey celluloid with gold filled trim. Both pieces are in beautiful condition with no damage that I can see at all. I ould be surprised if either pen or pencil has been used more than a few times. The caps have a gold filled top button holding on the Waterman's pocket clip. There is also a single narrow gold filled cap band.
The barrel imprint is deep and crisp and sharp and looks like it might have been made yesterday. The filling lever is of the typical Waterman spade-ended type. The section is in jet black hard rubber. The Waterman's No. W-2B 14 carat gold nib is in lovely undamaged condition and in a medium point.
A propel-repel pencil that works by twisting the point. The cap unscrews to reveal an unused but hardened pink eraser. The barrel on the pencil also has a very crisp imprint. I have installed a fresh 1.18mm lead into the mechanism so it is all ready to go.
I have fully serviced this set. The pen writes very nicely with a very smooth, medium width and wet line.