This pen is a really nice example of the No.466 and was produced around 1930. It is made from black hard rubber with gold filled trim to the lever assembly.
The imprint is faint but still legible and the chased pattern to the cap an barrel is worn but still visible. The pen is in very good overall condition with only very light scratches and minor wear marks.
The pen has a superb Broad Italic Flexible Nib that writes very smoothly. It has been fully restored and is ready to write.
It is supplied in its original Conway Stewart box.