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Parker 75 Prototype Vintage Pen

This is a 1975 Parker 75 cartridge/converter-fill in Smooth Gold-Plate. Smooth Arrow clip (no feathers on the arrow). Dimpled tassies. Parker 75 gripping section with indexed chrome-plated ring. What is extraordinary about this triangular gripping section is that it is a prototype of the section not introduced until the manufacture of the pen was transferred to France in 1988, made for the wide feed (no nib/feed unit included), but has the 1964 chrome-plated, indexed ring, never …

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Parker 51 Signet Vintage Pen

This is a 1947 Parker 51 Signet Aerometric-fill 3-Piece set in 1/10 12K Rolled-Gold (UK made; “Rolled-Gold” is their name for “Gold-Filled). All three pieces in “5-converging line” pattern. Medium nib. A few minor scratches 1″ up from the bottom of the barrel from posting the cap. Otherwise near mint+ with no signs of use or ink anywhere, in original form-fitted box. Item #215 in Catalog #84.

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Parker 51 Red Band Vintage Pen

This is a 1946 Parker 51 RED BAND button-fill in Black with Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. Very rare filler mechanism, made only in 1946-7! Shown open so you can see the button. This is the later version, with aluminum blind cap threads (the earlier version has plastic threads). Parker had a problem with the 51 collectors flooding – this system was supposed to solve that issue. The system was so difficult to repair Parker soon …

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Parker 51 Vintage Pen & Pencil Set

This 1945 pen and pencil are both Parker 51s. The fountain pen is a 51 Vacumatic-fill in Cordovan Brown. 1/10 16K G/F Cap with Pinstripe Panels and Chevron band. User grade; some color fading on the barrel and shell, otherwise near mint. The saving grace is the wonderful extra-smooth, medium nib! A great user grade writer. Matching 1945 Parker 51 twist-activated pencil in Cordovan Brown. Items #212 and #213 in Catalog #84.

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Parker 100 Fountain Pen

Parker 100 Fountain Pen This is a 2005 Parker 100 GT cartridge/converter-fill in Cobalt Black. Palladium-plate trim. Titanium Coated Graphite Grey cap. Hooded-nib (medium), reminiscent of the Parker 51. New-old-stock. Mint in original box with papers, outer box and outer sleeve. Converter included. Made only from 2004 to 2007 and becoming very hard to find. Item #115 in Catalog #84.

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Vintage Pens – Parker Vacumatic Successor

This vintage pen is a 1946 Parker VS “Vacumatic Successor” Mark I button filler in Dark Blue. Brushed Lustraloy (stainless steel) cap. An excellent pen, but it failed in the marketplace as the public now preferred a hooded nib like the Parker 51, to an open nib, like the VS. During the first year of production, a transparent feed was used, made from a then very modern “Lucite.” (It stained easily). The Mark I had …

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Vintage Pens – Parker Student Victory Prototype

These 1955 prototypes are Parker Student “Victory” cartridge/converter-fillers – one in White with brushed Lustraloy stainless steel cap, and one in Grey with the same cap. Both feature a dimpled gripping section. When the barrel is removed, it provides access to an area just below the gripping section for the student to add a paper with his or her name under a protective clear plastic sleeve. Features a spring loaded clip. These were never marketed. Alloy nib …

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Parker True Blue BF Vintage Pen

This 1928 Parker is a True Blue BF set. Designed as a lower cost market entry than the Duofold, initially named “Three Fifty” and the color called “Modernistic Blue and White,” production lasted only two years. GFT. Almost always found with heavy ambering, mint sets, such as this one, are extremely hard to find and highly desirable. Extra-fine/fine nib. A hint of ambering where the barrel is protected by the cap, otherwise near mint+ (could …

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Parker 75 Americana Pewter Ball Pen

This is a 1976 Parker 75 Americana Pewter Ball Pen – Fibre-Tip (Rollerball) set – a limited edition of #5318/10000 in brushed Pewter. Comes in the red velvet lined, hinged, covered desk stand, replicating a colonial writing stand. Made to commemorate the 200th year of the declaration of US independence. In the cap tassie of both pens is a piece of wood from Independence Hall. The shape of the clip represents a bell clapper. Parker …

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Parker 75 Spanish Treasure

This is a 1965 75 Spanish Treasure cartridge/converter-fill in Sterling Silver. The first Limited Edition fountain pen ever produced! New-old-stock. Mint in box with felt pouch, notarized certificate of authenticity, rare doubloon coin with parchment description, nib adjustment tool, cartridges and converter. Comes in a hinged wooden box with a map of the area in which the armada sank on the top cover, and a cross section of one of the ships displayed on the inside …

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