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With Gift Box & Papers; 1/10 12ct Gold filled; Circa 1970s
was £439.99
now £369.99 old ink pens
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~ Comes with a Hardcase Gift Box & Papers ~

~ DING-FREE MINT 1/10 12ct Gold Filled Cap & Barrel ~

~ Cartridge Filler shows NEW MINT NEVER INKED BEFORE ~

~ Advertised by Parker as 'Pen from Outer Space' in Christmas 1956 ~ 

~ Glossy ~ Double Jewel / Twin Tassie ~ Circa 1970s ~

~ Serviced, MINTY Overall Condition ~

vintage pen overview summary

Up here is a vintage Parker "61" fountain pen, which was manufactured in USA circa 1970s. The pen comes with a hardcase gift box and papers in excellent condition. The pen is a special version, DING FREE with 1/10 12ct gold filled cap and barrel. The pen bears DOUBLE GOLD RING SILVERY GREY JEWEL STONEThe pen is probably an NEW OLD STOCK, MINT, the cartridge filler shows that it has never been inked before. The  gold arrow inlaid in front of the nib is intact in excellent condition. The Parker advertising campaign for the 1956 Christmas season likens the revolutionary 61 to a pen from Outer Space, was very much on the mind of the American public at that time. This Parker "61" is highly collection, a classic elegance and has been produced to the highest standards of craftsmanship, technology and aesthetics. The pen has been fully serviced. This is rare and very much sought after, of such a collectible and vintage pen in nice condition.


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Model: Parker 61 - USA
Colour: Gold filled
Overall Length: 5-3/8 inches
Date Manufactured: Circa 1970s
Filler Type: Cartridge
Restoration: The pen has been conservatively serviced, polished and tested for full functionality
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