Size: Length - 135mm capped; 159mm posted.
A very pretty jet black celluloid Wyvern from I would think the 1950s. This pen is in very good condition with the only damage being some plating wear to the pocket clip terminal and to the lower half of the cap band. The cap has a flat black truncated cone-shaped top button that holds on the washer style pocket clip. The pocket clip itself tapers toward the ball-shaped terminal. There is a single narrow gold plated cap band. The barrel has a good crisp and clear imprint that complete and easy to read. The filling lever has a small flat end tab. As was the rage in the 1950s, this pen has a semi-hooded nib that puts me in mind of the Waterman Taperite pens. It is made from 14 carat gold and is in a medium writing width.
I have fully serviced this pen. It fills easily and writes very smoothly with a good consistent ink flow. The nib writes with an excellent wet and consistent medium width line.
An uncommon English pen.