> Sheaffer PFM II in Burgundy with Frosted Steel Cap
A Sheaffer PFM (PFM meaning Pen for Men) is a little larger than the average pen but still not too large for a ladies hand and I know a few ladies that use one as an everyday pen; it uses the unusual snorkel filling system which is generally found to be quite a talking point; these pens were made in 1959 in five colours viz. black, burgundy, blue, green, and grey and in five models viz. PFM I, PFM II, PFM III, PFM IV, and PFM V; this pen is the burgundy one with the frosted steel cap.
This is another burgundy PFM II pen in perfect mechanical condition but has been used so there are fine surface scratches visible under a glass however, it does have a few bruises on the cap; there is no plating wear on the clip; the bruises on the cap can be seen in the last three pictures. The nib is a lovely medium grade PdAg (palladium silver) and writes nicely.