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Montblanc Snake Clip solid silver with precious stone eyes, RED, BLU, or Green.** Condition: Anno: 2012
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Glossar Letter S

Scalfitture
Ding
Dellen
piccoli danni del overlay metallo

scolorazione
Ambering : celluoid
Verfärbung
One of several terms used to describe the discoloration of pen parts (caps and barrels), especially those made of celluloid, due mainly to the effects of ink and rubber. This discoloration is not only superficial but affects the entire material of the pen.
scolorazione
Ambering : hard rubber
Verfärbung
Hard rubber discolors in response to outside influences, including water and light, which induce part of the sulphur to appear on the outside of the pen, thus turning it from ebony black to olive green. This discoloration is only superficial and the original black color can usually be restored.
Sdorato
Brassing
Abrieb der Vergoldung
A term used to indicate wear of gold-filled, gold-plated or rolled gold finishes. The base metal was often brass which became visible after extended use hence the term.
serbatoio
reservoir
Tintentank
Sezione
Section < grip section
Griffstück
the part of the pen at the end of the barrel that holds the nib and feed. Sections are either threaded into barrels or are designed to friction fit.
Sfera
Ballpoint
Kugelschreiber
The first successful ballpoint, invented by Lazlo Biro in 1931, was broadly introduced in the USA in 1945 as the Reynolds. Eversharp soon introduced a ballpoint as well, but it was not until the first Parker Jotter in 1954 that the ballpoint really caught on and signaled the end of the golden age of fountain pens.
Signet
Signet
Signet
a model of the Parker 51 that had a gold-filled cap and barrel.
Skyline
Skyline
Skyline
Wahl-Eversharp's modern designed pen of the '40s. The Skyline was a very popular pen and millions were produced in hundreds of variations. They were lever-fillers and are known as very good writers. P.S. If anyone finds a white one, call me.
Sleeve-filler
Sleeve-filler
Sleeve-filler
yet another approach to operating a pressure bar against a sac. A sleeve was moved out of the way to reveal the pressure bar which was operated by the thumb.
Snake
Snake
Snake
a popular design of the early century for eyedropper pens. Parker's snake came in silver or gold-filled. Waterman's, which is much rarer, is only known in silver. The lowest priced snakes, in good condition, will bring over $10,000.
Snorkel
Snorkel
Snorkel
A filling system by Sheaffer from the early '50s. A knob on the barrel caused a metal tube to emerge from the feed so that the entire nib did not have to be immersed to fill.
Striata
striped
Gestreift
A celluloid pattern
Stub
Nib: Stub
Stub
a nib that has a blunt end and produces a wide line on downstrokes and a narrow one on cross-strokes. Stubs were made in fine, medium and broad widths. They are similar to calligraphy nibs and have become popular among vintage pen users.
Symetrik
Symetrik
Symetrik
Conklin's entry into the field of streamlined pens introduced by all the major companies in the early '30s to replace the flat-tops of the '20s.
Symphony
Symphony
Symphony
designed by Raymond Loewy, Symphony replaced the Eversharp Skyline. It featured a metal cap but used a nib/feed assembly like that of the Skyline.