And it was a rather neat pen, too--the feed is transparent, and the nib looks to be in excellent shape.
I got two unidentified pens that came without a cap, and one extra cap. (And yes, that is my hand.)
There's a yellow hermaphrodite* pen with a bent nib. The cap doesn't fit the rest of the pen...which is what bent the nib.
I got an unidentified lever pen with a ring on the top of the cap rather than a clip, and a missing nib and broken feed. The lever has some really pretty engravings, so bent or not, I'm going to replace the nib and feed and ink sac, and keep it. If I can straighten the barrel, I'll consider selling it.
I got an Eberhardt Faber Permapoint with some of the cap decorations (a ring at the bottom) missing, a nib bent away from the feed, and no ink sac.
And I got a Parker 21. Probably a first generation, made in 1948, with a fine nib. Yes, that's my handwriting.
Nothing is particularly worth a lot of money--the Parker is worth the most, and it might cover the cost of this lot of pens.
*The pen is both fountain pen and mechanical pencil...which works and has a blue lead in it.