CURZON FLAT-TOPS - THE VELVET TIP
Firstly, there is a need to clarify the terminology, as Summit appear to have returned to variations on this theme more than once over a period of time:
There were examples that carried the 'Velvet Tip' name within the logo, but also carried various model numbers (all H Models as far as I can tell). Where appropriate these are detailed under that model number.
There was also a range of later pens that carried the name "Velvetip". These are not considered here.
Here are 4 typical Velvet Tips:
They all carry the "Curzons" riveted pocket clip, the long straight lever, and measure around 5 1/2". The nibs are all Warranted 14ct. The barrel stamps come in a range of flavours:
The middle one above is the one usually seen on those pens that also carry a model number.
But to add confusion, the pen below, clearly a later 1930's example, carries no model number