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Omas introduced the Extra Lucens model in 1939.

These pens were manufactured in three sizes and in a  pretty limited range of colors ( brown, gray laminated, blue laminated, cracked ice) and were meant to be the top of the range.

They were originally fitted with a precious two tone Omas Extra Lucens nib. Nibs were available in a number of grades and both as flexible or rigid.

Later on the two tone nib was abandoned  and all the pens were fitted with single tone nibs.

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This Omas Extra Lucens in cracked ice celluloid is in excellent condition and is fitted with a very pleasant and flexible nib.

The only flaw on this pen is that the tip of the arrow clip is worn out and the arrow is a bit "blunt".