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    Default Re: Reviews of some vintage fountain pens (will update)

    Hi! Yesterday I reviewed the middle model of this model line, but today I reviewed the youngest, slim/lady version.

    Waterman’s “Standard” Slim/Lady with glass cartridges (made in France) 1945-1953.

    The shape of this tool is identical to the all Waterman’s Standard line and yesterday’s reviewed Waterman’s Standard Middle – and this is cigar shape is made of black plastic. The filling system is glass cartridges of its proprietary Watermans format, which were produced in 3 sizes. The body consists of 3 parts: a section with nib, central body and blind cap at the end. Cap on thread, 2-starts thread, open/close in 1 and 1/4 turns.

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