A late 1940s style pen made in England by the Esterbrook company which was originally based in New Jersey and was an associate of the Relief fountain pen company.
An attractively coloured red pearl with maroon red streaks pen, a standard model type well suitable as a pen for everyday use, these are now becoming more difficult to find and more sought after by collectors.
The Esterbrook Relief rhodium plated steel nib is engraved Fine, type 9314 F but appears to be a medium point size nib with an iridium tip. Ink filling is by side lever method.
Housed in the authentic presentation box which unfortunately has some non decipherable ink writing on it.
A standard presentation pen case also comes with this pen, if required.