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    Default A Museum Standard Gold Waterman's Pen.

    I just stumbled on this pen on "Heritage collectible .UK website" This was listed as Waterman's Museum Standard Gold Pen.
    I was very curious of this pen and it was on 3000.00. Haven't seen any of these before and I wonder how many of these gold pens out there and are they specially commissioned pens or belongs to a special editions.

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    Default Re: A Museum Standard Gold Waterman's Pen.

    Pens were made in the USA, then shipped abroad where European goldsmiths created overlays. One of these was available from a vendor at the Baltimore Pen Show.

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