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Soennecken is one of the most ancient pen manufacturers in Europe. The company was founded in 1869 by Friedrich Soennecken and started its activity in the production of office supplies. Soennecken's productive and marketing strategies were  by far ahead of his time. He decided to aim at quality for all his products and focus on customer care.

The company was extremely successful and gained a very large share of the market.

Soennecken fountain pens, initially manufactured as eyedroppers only soon evolved in more refined and technically advanced instruments. The piston filling system was introduced in 1935.

This Soennecken 507 dates back to the years 1938/1942 and it is fitted with a very nice and pleasant 14 ct Soennecken nib.

The pen has some minimal signs of time, in particular a tiny superficial chip on the ink window which does not affect the functioning of the pen at all.

Nib grade is F, flexible.