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    Default Re: Pen Values

    No misprint. According to David Nishimura for pre-1917 pens: lever-filler = 1 in the tens place, PSF suffix (P indicates screw-cap.
    So your pen is a solid gold overlay, screw cap, #2 nib, and the slender model.
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    Default Re: Pen Values

    Quote Originally Posted by Hawk View Post
    No misprint. According to David Nishimura for pre-1917 pens: lever-filler = 1 in the tens place, PSF suffix (P indicates screw-cap.
    So your pen is a solid gold overlay, screw cap, #2 nib, and the slender model.
    Yep. I just got an explanation from David Isaacson a few minutes ago.

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