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I'd love an ID if anyone knows off the top of their head; I've had this pen for around ten years (as can be seen by the worn plating) and still have no idea what it is.

Unidentified Sheaffer:

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Here is the nib if that helps:

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Braxfield
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May 21, 2018
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It's an Agio. The clue is the distinctive ribbing on the section, which so far as I know did not appear on any other model. I wouldn't call them wretched. They are rather dinky little things, and the section is hard to wipe off, but other than that perfectly workable. The street price for a new one is about that of a Lamy Al-star (which personally I would much prefer).
May 21, 2018
RayF
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May 12, 2018
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For future reference, when photographing a pen, especially for identification purposes, one MUST shoot the picture such that the pocket clip is clearly visible! Since that is THE prime location for the manufacturer's logo and occasionally includes clues to the specific model or year of manufacture, it need to be seen. You get points for showing the Nib, but a shot of the underside of the nib can also be helpful.
Glad you found the info you were looking for. Now that you know what it is, take it to the trash immediately; those Sheaffer Agios are wretched little pens!
May 12, 2018
MrSharkbait
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Feb 17, 2018
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Have you looked through this? http://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/blog/12/entry-122-identification-help-for-sheaffer-models/
Found it. Fashion / TRZ page 4 from link above.
Your pen reminds me of the blue Lamy Studio which I have been admiring from a distance.
Feb 17, 2018
BradleyW
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Feb 19, 2018
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I think that it is a Sheaffer Agio. They are discontinued but still fairly readily available.
I have a TRZ and a Fashion, and they have different grip sections and nibs from the picture.
The TRZ and the Fashion use the difficult-to-find and discontinued Sheaffer Slim II cartridge and converter. The Agio uses the normal (proprietary) Sheaffer cartridge and converter.
Feb 19, 2018