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OMAS PARAGON 1990s - Black with GF finish

In the early 1980's, when the lines of Milord and Gentlemen in celluloid were discontinued and Omas introduced its first models in cotton resin, the top of the range was the Paragon model.

The model was named  Paragon but this denomination was never engraved on the barrels of the pens.  Early Paragons showed a serial number (although they were not a limited edition) along with " OMAS-557/F"  engraved on the barrel.  Later models  show only "OMAS EXTRA"  on the barrel or no denomination at all. Early models were fittd with the traditional Omas straight clip, which had been used since the late 1940's on facetted models. The clip was then replaced byt a rollerclip in the early 1990s when the line was reviewed.

They were initially fitted with 14 ct two tone nibs which were offered in a wide range of grades. Later nibs are 18 ct.

This Omas Paragon is in excellent condition  and is fitted with a pleasant 18 k M nib.