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Parker 75 Custom Fountain Pen (1983) - Uncommon "Florence" Vermeil and Sterling Silver Stripes, Medium 18k Nib (Excellent +, Works Well)

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Uncommon Parker 75 "Custom" fountain pen in the "Florence" pattern which is vermeil with engraved stripes which expose sterling, resulting in a two-tone effect. Gold trim with a raised black cap jewel.   Medium 18k gold 750 nib. Excellent + condition.

SKU: 19313
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Type  Fountain pen

Product Name  Parker 75 Custom in the uncommon "Florence" pattern.... this was the final version of the Parker 75.  It is marked "Argent Massif (sterling silver) M.D." on the cap band. The vermeil version of the Florence pattern was introduced in 1983.

Manufacturer and Year  Parker, France - this model was made in 1983.

Length  5-3/16"

Filling System  Cartridges or converter. A converter is included.

Color The "Florence" pattern is vermeil with engraved stripes which expose sterling, resulting in a two-tone effect. Gold trim with a raised black cap jewel.  

Nib  MEDIUM 18k nib.  The nib is marked "M".  

Condition  Excellent + condition with no cracks, chips, dents, or dings.  This is an beautiful, elegant pen.  The cap and barrel have microscratching and polishing marks.  There is some plating wear near the end of the pen on some of the gold stripes, but no brassing.  The clip and trim are lovely.  All imprints and hallmarks are clear.  

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SKU 19313
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Maker Parker
Type Fountain Pens


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