The Le Man 100 was introduced in 1983 for the company's 100th anniversary.
Nib:Medium, two-tone nib imprinted with "Waterman / Ideal / Paris / 18k 750 / France" with a globe
For Medium Stub, please email me for availability email@example.com - this nib does not have the globe
Pen: Tubular shape, 1-2 cap rings, 2 end rings, washer clip, a ring on the section, and gold plate at the end of the section where the nib is inserted.
Filling : Takes standard Waterman piston converter, included. Also takes standard European cartridges
The Man 100 was introduced in 1983 as the flagship of the Waterman line and commemorates the 100th anniversary of the company. It's is a blend of retro and contemporary pen design, capturing the cylindrical look of early black hard rubber pens from the 1910s through the 1920s. Some references to this pen call it the "Le Man 100", which is what Waterman calls the line in its French language product launch write up, however in the company's English language "Waterman Brand History," published in March, 1998, the line is called, "Man 100." So both names apply, depending on what language you are speaking at the moment!