D. Leonardt and Co. Crown dip pen nib.
A fine point nib with medium to stiff elastic/ flex, specially suited to Copperplate writing.
Very similar look and feel to an old 'Waverley' dip pen nib, although,
it does not have the same pronounced, upturned point, just a smooth polished tip.
The original Waverley dip pen nib were first made by Joseph Gillott for Macniven Cameron, then by Hinks Wells.
This shape and style of nib was much sought after for Old English and Copperplate writing,
being made by many pen manufactures in the Birmingham area.
Leonardt nibs are especially suited to Manuscript holders.