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In 1983 Waterman celebrated its first 100 years of activity and introduced a gorgeous new model called Man 100.

The Man 100 immediately became an iconic pen and it was declined in several ways, dressed in wood, silver and with geometric decorations on the black version.

Two very elegant versions of this model were manufactured using the antique technique of guillocheè decoration: the Opera, which recalls vintage Waterman pens with the typical "wave" pattern on the ebonite and the Arlequin, where the guilloche' decoration creates alternating diamonds which recall Arelquin's poor patched clothes.

The nib on these celebration pens has a special engraving and it is decorated with a small globe, Waterman's typical logo.

The Harlequin is one of  the most desirable Man 100 versions. This Arlequin is pre-owned but in absolute pristine condition and it is fitted with an F nib.

It comes in its original presentation. box.