Nib: Fine 14k Gold Conical
1960s-70s Sheaffers produced at the tail end of the Imperial Era. The clip is Imperial all the way, but these slender models have long caps and sections and a short Triumph nib like the Imperial II and III pens.Triumph Pens 1942-1948.Cartridge/Converter
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Removing the cap of a Triumph nib pen reveals not only a Sheaffer hallmark, but an innovation in design and functionality. The Triumph, also the namesake of the new pen line introduced in 1942, is one of the most unique nibs ever made, developed to be stronger, based on cylindrical design, than a traditional open nib and to have more ink channels, which extend well into the section, in order to have better ink flow in general and better usability at high altitudes. Sheaffer also advertised this "feed-back" design allowed the pen to be carried in any position, as the feed was designed to back flow the ink into the barrel when the pen was not in use.
Note: it was normal with this model that the nib section was Burgundy. Skript cartridges