Parker - Fountain pen

Parker - Fountain pen
U.S. - 1960-1979 - Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes

Dispatch note: 3086
Ubi: 9-1

Parker fountain pen in black resin and gilt cap. Made in the United States, in the late 1950s. The gold inlay of the tip is missing.

The unit, manufactured by the prestigious brand of writing items Parker, corresponds to model 61.

The barrel is made of resin and the clip is plated in hallmarked 12-karat gold and adorned with Parker's emblem, the arrow.
Double jewel (cap and barrel)

It works by means of a capillary filling system. The Parker 61 was the first ballpoint pen to use a self-filling capacity without moving parts, according to the capillary effect.
If the ballpoint pen is submerged in ink for 20 seconds, the ink will be sucked into a perforated sheet rolled into the barrel.
The capillary system works properly and, of course, it writes well

It features a half hidden medium nib, with a smooth and pleasant writing.

Preserved in a very good condition. Its operation was checked, its exterior was smoothly polished.

Guaranteed authenticity

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Fountain pen
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Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
In working order
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