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Stunning Rare Golden Brown Tiger Eye Hatched; Circa 1941
was £499.99
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~ Comes with a Parker Paper Gift Box ~ Mark I ~ Button Filling ~

~ Inspired by the Allied Victory in the World War II WWII ~

 ~ Stunning RARE Pattern - Golden Brown Tiger Eye Hatched ~

~ Gold Trim & 14ct Newheaven N Gold Nib, Circa 1941 ~

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

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Up here is a vintage Parker Victory Mark I fountain pen, which was manufactured in England circa 1941. The pen is in nice condition. The English Parker Victory Series was conceived and named in honour of the Allied Victory in World War II. The World War II slogan 'V' for Victory is well known even today and the name 'Victory' must have had a particular resonance in the years immediately following World War II. This stylish Parker has been manufactured in stunning & rare pattern - GOLDEN BROWN TIGER EYE HATCHED with gold filled trim. The gold trim is eye-catching. It bears a Parker Newheaven N 14ct gold nib. The button system is in perfect working condition. This Parker Victory has a classic elegance and has been produced to the highest standards of craftsmanship, technology and aesthetics. The pen has been fully restored and tested. This is rare and very much sought after, of such a collectible and vintage pen in excellent condition.

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Model: Parker Victory Mark I - England
Colour: Golden brown tiger eye hatched
Overall Length: 5-1/8 inches
Date Manufactured: Circa 1941
Filler Type: Button filling
Restoration: The pen has been conservatively serviced, polished and tested for full functionality
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