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1/10 14K Gold Filled;Aerometric; Circa 195s
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~ The Worlds Most Wanted Pen~

~ Mark I Series ~ Oversize Large of Overall Length 5-3/8 inches ~

~ 1/10 14K Gold Filled ~ Aerometric ~ Circa 1950s ~

~ Serviced, Excellent Overall Condition ~ 

vintage pen overview summary

Up here is a vintage Parker "51" Mark I series fountain pen and pencil set, which was manufactured in USA circa 1950s. The size of this Parker 51 is large, with overall length near 5-3/8 inches. The Parker "51" went into production in 1941, and remained a best-seller for decades thereafter. Perhaps no other fountain pen has been so unanimously acclaimed as a classic. Nor is it merely a triumph of styling - though it has a place in the Museum of Modern Art's design collection, and Lazlo Moholy-Nagy found it worthy of praise - for it is also one of the most robust and practical wirting instruments ever made. This stylish Parker "51" Mark I series has been manufactured in stunning 1/10 14K GOLD FILLED. The pen is in EXCELLENT condition; without any ding dent damage, only some minor wears due to age. The aerometric filling system is in working order. This Parker "51" has a classic elegance and has been produced to the highest standards of craftsmanship, technology and aesthetics. This is rare and very much sought after, of such a collectible and vintage pen in nice condition.

fountain pen summary details
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Model: Parker 51 - USA
Colour: 14k Gold filled
Overall Length: 5-3/8 inches
Date Manufactured: Circa 1950s
Filler Type: Aerometric
Restoration: The pen has been conservatively serviced, polished and tested for full functionality
fountain pen history

The Parker Pen Company was founded in 1888 by George S. Parker, whose mission was to manufacture a better pen. The Parker Pen Company's tradition epitomizes the highest standards of craftsmanship, technology, and aesthetics.

The Parker 51 was named because research and development was completed in Parker's 51st year (1888-1939). Introduced in the US market in 1941, it soon became widely imitated by most pen manufacturers. None were successful to any significant degree in competing against the famed Parker 51. It was a revolutionary design when it debuted, advertised as 'Ten Years Ahead' of its time.

"Like a pen from another planet"....."So unique and so beautiful there is nothing to compare to it--so good it cannot be improved by any known method!"


The Parker 51 remained popular and can still claim the highest sales volume of any fountain pen. It is considered by most collectors to be the best pen ever made, and is truly recognizable throughout the world. In a poll by the Illinois Institute of Technology, it was voted the fourth best industrial design of the 20th century.

fountain pen cap THE CAP
Material: 1/10 14k gold filled
Top Ring: Gold; Polished
Top Jewel: Silvery dome jewel top
Trim Pattern: Reads 'PARKER' & 'MADE IN U.S.A. 1/10 14K GOLD FILLED'
Pocket Clip: Gold pocket clip; it is polished and adjusted to tight fit on your shirt.
Cap Screw: Push type
Work Done: The whole cap has been gently hand polished to restore its shiny condition
fountain pen gold nib THE NIB
Material: 14ct gold
Grade: Medium
Imprint: N/A
Condition of Feed : Excellent & clean
Work Done: The nib and feed has been cleaned to remove dried ink and residuals. The nib has been polished to restore its shiny condition.
Imprint: N/A
End Jewel: N/A
Screw with Filler: Smooth
Screw with Cap: Push type
Lever: N/A
Work Done: The barrel has been gently hand polished to restore shiny colour with the imprint masked
fountain pen barrel
pen barrel
Type: Aerometric
Imprint: N/A
Ink Storage: Medium storage; Easy to handle filler mechanism
Work Done: Tested
Functionality: Excellent
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