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Rare Blue Marble; Streamlined; Large Bold Pen; Circa 1950s
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~ The Flagship of the Parker Pen Company ~

~ RARE Blue Marble English Duofold ~

~ Streamlined ~ Button Filling ~ Gold Trim & a 2-tone Solid 14ct Gold Nib, Circa 1930s ~

~ New Ink Sac Fitted, Serviced, Excellent Overall Condition ~ 

vintage pen overview summary
Up here is a vintage Parker Duofold STREAMLINE BLUE MARBLE fountain pen, which was manufactured in England circa 1920s. The pen is in excellent condition, without any damage only showing minor wear due to age. The pen is pretty long and bold; of overall length 5-3/16 inches. The imprint on the barrel is nice. The body is polished and it shows attractive superb and rare blue marble colour, with the gold pocket clip and the double cap band shiny. The pen bears a Parker solid Newheaven N 14ct gold nib, in nice condition. The button filling system is in perfect working order. The pen has been serviced and tested for full functionality.

The Parker Duofold is one of the most recognizable and enduring fountain pen designs. Launched in 1921, the pen was a phenomenal success and put the Parker Pen Company squarely into the front rank of fountain pen manufacturers. Duofold remain popular in Europe being produced well into the 60s in varying sizes and colors when it was revived in the 80's once again as Parker's Flagship model.

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Model: Parker Senior Duofold – England
Colour: Blue marble
Overall Length: 5-3/16 inches
Date Manufactured: Circa 1930s
Filler Type: Button filling
Restoration: The pen has been conservatively serviced, polished and tested for full functionality
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