I can't tell what four of the pens that arrived in the lot of seven are. Two of them have no unique feature, other than a previous owner's name etched and gold leafed into the side of the pen. One is the yellow hermaphrodite. The fourth is the little, three and a half inch long pen with the ring on top instead of a clip on the cap. I think I got a good picture of that one--it's the fourth picture down on the post from last Friday. It's absolutely adorable, even if the barrel of the pen is bent, and because I couldn't identify it, I wasn't planning on selling it. I'm still not, since the barrel of the pen is bent, and there's a tiny crack in the pen body at the top of the lever. But the not knowing was bugging the ever living hell out of me.
I typed the description of one of my pens' unique feature into a search engine--a laurel wreath engraved on a teensy medallion on the end of the lever. Turns out, that was the identifying feature: the pen is a lady's pendant Eclipse, made between 1928 and 1932.
I found some pictures, and yep: that's my pen.
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