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Crisp Imprint, Circa 1920s
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VINTAGE PARKER PASTEL FOUNTAIN PEN & PENCIL SET~ Stunning RARE RED MAGENTA MOIRE Patterning ~~ Flat-top ~ Button Filler ~ Gold Trim & a Parker Solid 14ct Gold Nib, Circa 1920s ~~ New Ink Sac Fitted, Serviced, Excellent Overall Condition ~
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Up here is a vintage Parker Pastel Lucky Curve Button Filler fountain pen and pencil set, which was manufactured Pre-War in USA circa 1920s. This Parker Duofold is a fine example, in stunning RARE RED MAGENTA MOIRE pattern with stylish and eye-catching gold trim. Though of its age, the pen is in nice condition, without any damage only showing minor wear due to age. It bears a Parker solid 14ct gold nib. The imprint on the barrel is crisp; with intact white chalk mark. The Parker Duofold has a button filling system, which is particularly simple and elegant filling method - the end of the pen unscrews revealing a button which is depressed while the nib is immersed in ink. A new extra strong latex sac has been fitted. The pen set has been serviced and tested for full functionality. This pen set is rare and very much sought after, of such a vintage pen in nice condition. Ownership of pen with the history and prestige of the Parker Duofold, will provide the owner with a feeling of satisfaction and a sense of cermony each time that they write.

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Model: Parker Pastel – USA
Colour: Red magenta moire
Overall Length: 4-3/8 inches
Date Manufactured: Circa 1920s
Filler Type: Button-fil
Restoration: The pen has been conservatively serviced, polished and tested for full functionality
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