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Vintage Pens: 2806 Parker Jotter
Filling Mechanism: Ballpoint
Era: 1950-1959
Price: $299.99
Vintage Pens: 2806: Parker: Jotter
Ballpoint pens weren't invented in 1954, but that was the year they were finally perfected. Parker Jotter ballpoint pens were released that year to great fanfare. Cap-free and clickable, the most important part of this pen was its long-lasting, convenient refill. How successful was it? That refill and the Parker Jotter are still being made today! More than that, most major pen manufacturers have adopted the Parker ballpoint refill for their own pens! Our first-year Parker Jotter comes in one of the rarest colors: marine blue. Closer to turquoise, marine blue was the name Parker gave the color. Its barrel is ribbed and the inverted "V" clip are hallmarks of all first-year pens. There are no cracks, but there is a little wear from use. The refill is fairly recent and working. 12.7cm.
Vintage Pens: 2789 Parker Maxima
Filling Mechanism: Aerometric Filler
Era: 1950-1959
Price: $125.00
Vintage Pens: 2789: Parker: Maxima
Parker grew with great success in the United Kingdom after WWII. It created lines of pens that were never available here in the U.S. This big, lovely black vintage pen is a Parker Maxima. They used the size name of the American Parker Vacumatic, but this is NOT a Vacumatic. It is a large aerometric-filler with an open nib from the 1950s. In the U.S. Vacumatic production ended in 1948, as 51s became the dominant pen in the Parker lineup. This UK Parker Maxima uses the new Aerometric filling system that 51s adopted in 1949. The unrestored filler works very well. Click the headline to see the nib better. Yes, it looks a little wonky, but it writes a very nice fine-medium line. We think it is smooth at our handwriting angle, but others might find a shadow of a hint of feedback at a different angle. There's brassing on the cap band. A wear ring has formed here the lip of the cap rubs against the barrel when screwed on properly. Otherwise, just light wear and no cracks. 14.2cm capped.
Vintage Pens: 2785 Parker 51 Demonstrator
Filling Mechanism: Vacuum Filler
Era: 1940-1949
Price: $499.99
Vintage Pens: 2785: Parker: 51 Demonstrator
Talk about your grail pens! Here's a 1948 Parker 51 Demonstrator. Only given to sales reps and stores to show all of the inner workings of a Parker 51, this pen is one of the cleanest we've seen. We got it from a dedicated Parker collector who put in a fresh diaphragm and breather tube. The lucite barrel and hood had some slight yellowing but very little compared to others we've seen. After hours of staring at it, we noticed two tiny fractals in the inner layer of the barrel. The blind cap has a little blue staining. The ink collector fins are yellowed but clean. Everything appears to work but we didn't dare fill it to keep it looking clean. The 14k gold nib looks like a fine, but we haven't written with it. This is a museum-quality pen that you are welcome to fill...or just display and make your friends jealous. Barrel imprint reads "Parker 51 / Made in U.S.A." It has an 8 with 3 dots. No cracks. Cap has scratches. Barrel has big scuff in center. Otherwise just trace wear.
Vintage Pens: 2787 Parker 75
Filling Mechanism: Cartridge/Converter
Era: 1960-1979
Price: $149.99
Vintage Pens: 2787: Parker: 75
Parker 75s were one of the last great pens of the fountain pen era put into daily use. This vintage pen and pencil set comes with its original box and papers. Made of sterling silver, this was the pen that brought the ciselé design on Parker pens for the next 50 years! The red ring in the photo shows a little dent. The pencil has two smaller dents in it barrel. The fountain pen's inkfeed is marked "66." The section collar has hash marks to help you line up the nib just right to make the triangular section grip fit your hand perfectly. (Sadly, the nib wrench is missing.) The end caps have 4 rings and flat ends (no dinner plates). The section screws into the sterling barrel with plastic threads. This pen comes with a working original converter, but it will use a modern converter and cartridges. The nib writes a smooth fine line at some angles and with a little feedback at other angles. The pencil works well and comes with spare .9mm leads in the tail. The eraser is hardened.
Vintage Pens: 2776 Parker 45
Filling Mechanism: Cartridge/Converter
Era: 1960-1979
Price: $39.99
Vintage Pens: 2776: Parker: 45
Man had yet to step on the moon when the handsome Parker 45 was introduced. Sputnik had beat it into production. However, the Parker 45 remains a classic pen of the space age. Ours is a handsome model in rare "Matador Red." You can't see it on a casual glance, but the cap and barrel have moderate wear. The pen is in great working order with an early Parker converter using a squeezable ink sac. The great part is that when this converter eventually gives out, modern Parker converters will fit! So will cartridges! The pen comes with a steel nib that is marked medium and writes a smooth medium line. 13.6cm capped.
Vintage Pens: 2775 Parker 45
Filling Mechanism: Cartridge/Converter
Era: 1960-1979
Price: $29.99
Vintage Pens: 2775: Parker: 45
We like to give fun stories to some pens and imagine what a pen has seen in its lifetime, but we know the story behind this Parker 45. We bought it from a gentleman who was selling his collection of pens after lifetime of collecting. This pen he made a point of explaining was the pen he used to sign his marriage license nearly 50 years ago. We insisted he hold on to it, but he was adamant that it was time for this vintage pen to go on to new adventures with a new owner. Although it has some typical wear from use, it is crack and problem free. It even still has its original working rubber-ink-sac converter! We flushed the pen using the converter and it works great and doesn't leak. The steel nib is marked medium and it writes a very smooth medium line. (When the converter does wear out, it can use modern Parker cartridges and converters.) 13.6cm capped.
Vintage Pens: 0724 Parker 51 Desk Pen
Filling Mechanism: Vacuum Filler
Era: 1940-1949
Price: $149.99
Vintage Pens: 0724: Parker: 51 Desk Pen
Believe it or not, we found this Parker 51 in a shoebox at an estate sale. The tail appears to be made of solid silver. There are no marks proving its silver content, but it tarnishes, looks and feels like silver. The tail has no marks of manufacture. It looks "organic" in art-world jargon. We are pretty sure Parker didn't make it. It looks a little like something Ariel Kullock would make, but it isn't signed in any way. And the collection it came with was really old and low-rent. It might have been made by some lone jeweler or craftsman many years ago. The barrel, hood and 14k gold nib are all decidedly Parker. The barrel has a 1946 date code. We restored the pen with a new diaphragm. The tail taper screws on tightly; we just left it a little loose so you could see the design better. The nib writes an amazingly smooth and extra-fine line. We bought the base separate from the pen, but they make a good fit. Light to moderate wear on both the pen hood/barrel and base. No chips or cracks.
Pre-Owned Pens: Parker Classic
Filling Mechanism: Cartridge/Converter
Era: 1980-present
Price: $125.00

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Pre-Owned Pens: : Parker: Classic
Set of Parker Classic -Fountain pen (medium Nib) and Ball point pen . Rare Color , Matte Gray
Pens from late 80' s Mint condition- rarely used . no scratch on etheir pen.
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