Pencil: 4850 Parker Duofold
All the cool cats in the 1920s had an orange Parker Duofold. This pencil is in great working order, loaded with 1.1mm lead and a spare. It is the medium size, as opposed to a small or oversized version. There is some brassing on the gold-plated trim. Tough to see in the photo, but it was pretty obviously dropped on its tail topper once. One side is a bit depressed. 12.8cm.
Pencil: 4840 Conklin Nozac
Red herringbone designs are among the most sought after by Conklin Nozak pen collectors. Here is a rare vintage pencil to match! Aside from a little brassing and wear, this writing instrument looks pretty sharp. It uses 1.1mm leads, and there are plenty of spares under the tail cap and hardened eraser. Twist the tail cap to advance and retract the lead. The imprint is fairly weak. 13.7cm.
Pencil: 4834 Sheaffer Imperial
We love the diamond pattern in the solid sterling silver Sheaffer Imperial pencil. It is in great working order. Twist the tail cap to extend and retract the .9mm lead. No dents but a little tarnish. You'll find the clip has the initials "S.R.M." A hardened eraser and spare lead are under the cap. 12.6cm.
Pencil: 4831 Sheaffer Titan
Sheaffer Titan pencils were the oversized models. This is a black-and-pearl model that is still showing good color. It works well advancing and retracting the 1.1mm lead. All it takes is a twist of the gold-plated tail cap. Unfortunately, somebody dropped this one years ago. One side of the tail piece is scrunched down a little in a few places. There's a little ding in the nose cone. You also can't miss the engraved name of "E.W. Miller." Spare leads are found under the tail cap. Nevertheless, it still works and writes great! 13.5cm capped.
Pencil: 4786 Mont Blanc Mozart
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Rock me, Amadeus! Here's a great little pencil for every occasion. It is the petite Montblanc Mozart. Gently used, it has a little wear and comes with what we think are its original boxes. We think it is an early version of the Mozart with a slender black box and not the larger box that includes the CD. This pencil has its proper nomenclature including serial number IF1390817 to the right of the clip band as you face it clip up; "Germany" to the left of the clip band and "Pix" under the clip. It takes .7mm leads and comes with a few spares under the cap with a partially used-but-fresh eraser. Pencil measures 11cm.
Pencil: 4769 Parker 51 Demi
You might think this Parker 51 Demi pencil looks black in the photo, but it is really a deep burgundy. It is difficult to see the difference until you set it next to a black pen or pencil. It has an early click-cap lead advance and comes loaded with a .9mm lead. The barrel is nice and clean, but the gold-filled cap has little specks in it that we couldn't quite polish out. An original, mostly hardened, eraser is under the tail cap. 12cm.
Pencil: 4741 Parker 21 Deluxe
Upgrade your vintage pencil game with a Parker 21 Deluxe. This black pencil has a unique cap that looks as if it might be plated in silver, though it is not marked as such. Either way, it stands out with pin striping and a gold-plated clip. Although it does not have its sticker, we think it is new old stock. It has what looks like a new eraser that has hardened under the cap and spare .9mm leads under it. Minimal wear. Advance and retract the leads with a twist of the tail cap. 12.7cm.
Pencil: 4738 Parker 21 Special
New Old Stock Parker 21 pencils keep coming at you with this navy blue Parker 21 Special. Complete with its original price sticker, this vintage pencil is in excellent working order. It has a little light wear from wherever it rattled around for these past 60 or more years. Yet, a smooth twist of the tail cap advances and retracts the .9mm lead. Under the steel tail cap is a hardened original eraser, and under it are spare leads. 12.7cm.