This is a Universal G-50 black lever fill fountain pen c. late 1940s. The G-50 came in two lengths, with the shorter pen called the G-50 Junior. The nib is a semi-hooded firm gold plated stainless steel type with no tipping, instead using a stamping to create a tipping like bulb at the end of the tines. The design follows popular pens like the Parker 51 and Waterman Taperite models. The nib is stamped KENART 14 K GOLD PLATED. The metal cap, clip, section ring, lever, and end cap are lightly gold plated and the barrel is probably injection molded plastic. Known colors include black, burgundy, brown and grey. It's about 5 1/4 inches long. The clip is are stamped UNIVERSAL. The barrel is stamped UNIVERSAL G-50 PEN CO N. Y. U. S. A.