Sunday, September 29, 2013

[SOLD]Curzon/National Security BCHR "Special Ideal" Flexible Pen $90

[SOLD]Curzon/National Security BCHR "Special Ideal" Flexible Pen

After some research and alot of help from my FPN buddy LinearM it has come to my attention that this pen is a Curzon or National Security pen which was under the British Carbon Papers company "BCP" in the 1930's. This pen is Black Chased Hard Rubber, and it shows no oxidation and is jet black. The nib has "Special Ideal" stamped and is a flexible steel nib that writes from XF-BB when flexed. Some of the gold plating has worn off due to its age. The engine turned design is beautiful, deep, and no oxidation to the hard rubber. The cap screws on the back when posting for a solid sturdy posting. Inscription area is clean and un-monogrammed. This is a nice full size lengthy pen and allows huge ink capacity. Cap is clipless and is originally clipless. A beautiful pen is great shape that will be great for anyone's collection. Has a new sac, and ready for a new home. Please check pics for a better description. Writing sample is done on .5cm light grid print on HP 24lb laserjet paper. Measurements: 13.7cm capped, 16.7cm posted, and 12.3cm unposted.

Asking price is $90 shipped within CONUS via Priority with tracking/insurance. USA buyers preferred. International buyers please PM or Email for shipping rates. I am not responsible for any duty fees incurred since I have no control over customs.

Please check my FPN profile for sale history since I ask previous buyers to leave feedback there. And also check out my blog which shows inventory of what I have available.

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