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Parker 51 Vacumatic Fountain Pen (1946 - T6) - Jewelers Band Cap, Black, Fine (Excellent, Restored)

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Parker 51 Vacumatic fountain pen from 1946. Black body with the less common "stacked coins" aka Jeweler's Band cap and a chrome plated blue diamond clip. Fine 14k nib is firm and smooth. The pen is in excellent condition, fully restored and working well.

SKU: 19150
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Type  Vintage vacumatic filling fountain pen, restored, working well.

Product Name  Parker "51" Vacumatic.

Manufacturer and Year  Parker, made in USA -- early 1946 (the date code .T.6. is clear).

Length  Full length 5-7/16".

Filling System  Standard plastic Vacumatic (plunger) filling system. We've restored it with a new diaphragm and it's working very well. 

Color Black body with the "stacked coins" aka Jewelers Band lustraloy cap. Blue Diamond clip is chrome plated (the blue paint still looks perfect). Pearlescent cap jewel.

Nib  FINE gold nib is smooth with nice tipping material.

Condition  Excellent condition.  No cracks, chips, dings, or dents.  This is a handsome, shiny, classic pen.  There is light to moderate scratching on the section and barrel.  The section has one small, deep gouge just above the band.  The barrel has horizontal capping lines.  The blue diamond is fully intact.  The pearlescent jewel looks great.  The imprints are clear.

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Additional Info

SKU 19150
Condition Used
Maker Parker
Type Fountain Pens


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