This is an Eclipse Hooded Knight in burgundy c. early 1940s. This was Eclipse Canada's response to the Parker 51 and has a similar clip design as the Eclipse Streamline model, which may borrow from the Eversharp Skyline clip. The hooded nib is actually an ordinary open nib hidden under an extension of the section that has a V cutout for the breather hole. The 5 1/4 inch long Hooded Knight is a button filler, activated by removing the blind cap from the end of the barrel. The pen is made of injection molded plastic and gray, blue, black and burgundy examples exist. Some versions have longer gold cap bands that extend under the clip. Some have clips with a feathered design. The barrel imprint reads PENS HOODED KNIGHT PENCILS over ECLIPSE FOUNTAIN PEN AND PENCIL CO. LTD. over TORONTO - CANADA. The section has an imprint indicating USA, Canada and Great Britain patents. The very firm nib has no hallmarks and may be gold plated.