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Probably the most popular English pens and pencils of all time, Conway Stewarts were marketed between 1905 and 1977.
During that time many hundreds of different models were manufactured,in a dazzling array of varying colours, patterns and styles -
ranging from the small lever-filler "Dinkies" to the very large button-filler "Duro" pens.

Many of the models featured here date from the period just after the second-world war, when production was re-started with the No.55 and 286 pens. In 1949 the now familiar more 'streamlined' look was introduced with the No.28 and 58 models, and these were soon followed by many others (including 12,14,15, 24,27,60,75,388...)with the now sought-after herringbone patterns being introduced in 1957,and only manufactured for the next three or so years.

Beautifully made, these pens are not just desirable collectors' items - they are also a delight to use.

(Condition Scale: F = Fair. G = Good. VG = Very Good. EX = Excellent).
(All are in working order, unless annotated otherwise)


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Our ref.
Model No.
Colour
Year
Condition
Price

CSR 546

 

 

Real Conway Stewart history !

A boxed and stunning early B-I-G Duro (sometimes known as the Duro No.1).

These hardly ever turn up for sale, and this one is in very nice condition. Where and when will YOU find another ?...

Red and Black mottled rubber (MHR)
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csr546
(with original feed and large MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for pictures of the nib

csr546(i)
c.1928

VG/EX - barrel inscription worn, but you can still read that this is a DURO pen.

The clip may not be original, but is certainly from that period.

£375





CSH
515

 

 

 

 

One of the more unusual shades of this model

Pen: No.14

Pencil: Nippy No.2

Grey
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csh515
(pen has original MEDIUM nib)
csh515(i)
c.1960

Pen and pencil - EX

 

Box -a few marks from previous use

£90




CSR 563

 

 

No.15

Plain Dark Green with nickel-plated trim
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csr563
(with original MEDIUM nib)
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csr563(i)
c.1958 EX £48



CSR 407

 

No.16 Black, with Nickel-plated trim
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csr407
(with original MEDIUM FLEXIBLE nib)
csr407(i)
c.1958 EX £48



GCS 104

 

 

And here is the later and more vibrant version of the above - a No.24 Cracked Ice - the one everyone wants to own !

Cracked ice (a.k.a. Black & White marble)
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gcs104
(with original MEDIUM nib)
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gcs104(i)
c.1955 EX £200





CSR 360

 

 

No.27

Blue & Black marble
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csr360
(with original firm FINE nib) - could be changed for a MEDIUM point.
csr360(i)
c.1954 VG/EX - two initials of previous owner (P.P) tastefully engraved on the cap band £68






CSR 565

 

 

 

A hard to find MINT No.27

Green hatched
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csr565
(with original firm FINE nib)
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csr565(i)
c.1954 MINT £100




CSR
535

 

 

No.28

Green hatched
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csr535
(with original MEDIUM nib)
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csr535(i)
c.1954 EX £60

CSR
553

 

From the golden-age of Conway Stewart - a handsome and boxed mid-size button-filling
DURO No.40

(probably the rarest of the button-filling Duros)

Burgundy and Black marble
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csr553
(with original MEDIUM DURO nib)
Click HERE for a picture of the nib
csr553

c.1936

Pen: EX

Box: Rare in this size, if a bit worn in detail

£240





CSR 545

 

 

One of the rarer button-filling Duros.

The slimmest and most compact of the 20/30/40/50 series - this is a Duro 50 - not often seen for sale.

Handsome Green and Black marble
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csr545
(with original FLEXIBLE MEDIUM Duro nib)
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csr545(i)
c.1938 VG - the slighest hint of 'pinching' at one small spot on the cap (not really visible) £120

CSR 559

 

All that is best about Conway Stewart - the handsome No.55

Stylish, chunky, and a delight to own and use

Black

(with original MEDIUM Duro nib)

sold

c.1946 EX £70


GCS 103

 

 

Beautiful - L-O-N-G - and in wonderful 'as new' condition

The elegant 85L - and it has a BROAD nib !

Shades of Crimson marble with Gold veins
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gcs103
(with original rare to find No.3 BROAD nib)
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gcs103(i)
c.1960 EX - virtually MINT £100

CSH 809

 

 

And here's the L-O-N-G 85L with its matching pencil.

Marketed as a No. 14 set, it includes the No.40 pencil

These sets don't turn up that often nowadays, and this is a very nice example

csh809(i)
Reflective mid-Green marble with Gold veins
(click on the images above and below for larger pictures)
csh809
(pen has original No.3 MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE and HERE for ictures of the nib
csh809(ii)
c.1958 EX £125
CS 786 No.286 Green marble
(with original FINE semi-flexible nib)
sold
c.1945 VG £55


CSR 408

 

The slim and delightfully retro-styled No.388 Green marble
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csr408
(with original FINE nib)
csr408(i)
c.1956 VG - detail on lever worn, otherwise it would have been EX 55

 




OR 285

 

 

 

A really handsone No.479, specially manufactured for the stationery department of Boots, the Chemists

Mid & Dark Green marble, with Black highlights and nickel-plated trim
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Orange285
(with original MEDIUM semi-flexible nib)
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Orange285(i)

c.1940 EX - £68

 



CSR 450

 

 

No.479

Blue marble, with nickel-plated trim
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csr450
(with original MEDIUM/BROAD nib)
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c.1940 VG - slight colour difference between the cap and barrel £50

 



CSR 549

 

 

No.479

Black chased, with nickel-plated trim
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csr549
(with original semi-flexible BROAD nib)
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csr549(i)

c.1940 EX - some very slight wear to the chasing patterning £48


CSR 567

 

An earlier version of the above (No.479) and virtually MINT condition Black chased, with nickel-plated trim
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csr567
(with original BROAD flexible nib)
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csr567(i)
c.1936 Virtually MINT £65


CSH 631

 

A second petite No 540 DINKIE - with the rarer spoon-ended filler-lever Unusual Blue Moiré
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csh631
(with original MEDIUM semi-flexible nib)
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csh631(i)
c.1938 G/VG - some very slight swelling where the lever pivots £45




CSR 566

 

 

Rare and delightful - a mid-size Dandy No.726M Red and Black vulcanite (hard rubber) - complete with original matching feed
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csr566
(with original FINE/EXTRA FINE nib)
Click HERE for a picture of the nib
csr566(i)
c.1934 EX £110


CSR 541

 

 

B-I-G - in fact BIG and chunky..

This could well be a rare 770M though there is no inscription on the barrel (or else it has been worn away)

Red and Black vulcanite (hard rubber) - complete with original matching feed
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csr541
(with LARGE FINE Duro No.20 nib)
Click HERE for a picture of the nib
csr541(i)

c.1932

VG - some slight fading of original colour.

Plating is also VG

£245




CSR 564

 

 

A delightful, rare, and petite DANDY No.800M that has hardly ever, if at all, been used Red & Black vulcanite (hard rubber)
complete with original matching feed
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csr564
(with original MEDIUM nib)
Click HERE for a picture of the nib
csr564(i)
c.1932 EX - virtually mint, apart from some plating wear on the lever £60

FOOTNOTE: The Conway Stewart Company is now no longer making fountain pens.
The company has gone into liquidation, and their assets have been sold off.

(September 2014 - their website at www.conwaystewart.com was still up and running)

 

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