Back in stock after a 5 year absence -- new old stock Eversharp Symphonys with flexible nibs!

Parker Classic Fountain Pen (1989) - Matte Black w GT, USA, Medium Triangular Nib (New Old Stock, Works Well)

Be the first to review this product

Parker Classic fountain pen from the 1980s. Matte black with gold plated trim. Medium gold plated triangular nib. Ships with a Parker converter installed. New old stock in mint condition.

SKU: 16083
Sign up for price alert
Only 1 left

Availability: In stock

$90.00

Description

Details

Type  Fountain pen, very slender, with an interesting nib. Not a model we see very often.

Product Name  Parker Classic aka International Classic

Manufacturer and Year  Parker, USA. -- 1989 (the date code is a clear IN indicating 1989).

Length   Just over 5-5/16".

Filling System   Takes Parker-style cartridges and converters. Because the barrel is quite slender not all Parker converters will fit. A Parker squeeze converter is installed. (The modern Parker piston converter does not fit.)

Color  Matte Black with an epoxy coating. The section has a grid pattern etched into it and the trim is gold plated.

Nib  Medium Parker gold plated steel triangular nib. There is an M on the nib collar. The nib writes smoothly. Its design is based on the Parker 180 reversible nib but it wasn't advertised as such, and while you might be able to write with it upsidedown, it isn't much different than the other way in terms of line width.

Condition  New old stock in mint condition. No scratches, dents, cracks, dings, or personalization.  The imprints are clear.  The pen is sleek and elegant.  

 

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 16083
Condition New
Maker Parker
Type Fountain Pens

Reviews

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Parker Classic Fountain Pen (1989) - Matte Black w GT, USA, Medium Triangular Nib (New Old Stock, Works Well)

Policies

Returns Policy: No questions asked, money back guarantee. If you have a problem with an item, we will replace/repair it, or refund your money, the choice is up to you. If you decide you don't like the nib after you've inked a new pen, we'll refund 75%. (There will be no such charge for a pen that is pre-owned, provided you return it in the condition received.) Of course, if it's a defect, we'll refund 100%.

Payment Policy: Paying via Credit Card or PayPal are the only methods allowed for addresses outside the United States. Customers from the United States also have the option of sending a check, money order or cashier's check. Payment method is selected during checkout.

Domestic US Shipping Policy: For the most part, shipping to US addresses is free and is made via first class mail.

International Shipping PolicyInternational shipping is based on weight, and we give you a choice (depending on country) of first class, first class registered, priority mail or express delivery (only Express Mail provides true tracking). Internatonal shipments valued at over $40 come with free insurance, unless that service is not available for your specific country. Most of our customers opt for the very reasonably priced first class mail method, which can take anywhere from one to four weeks. We are happy to discuss alternatives to the options currently offered during the checkout process, so please contact us if you'd like a quote.

Most countries charge customs fees on shipments from the United States, but this is not something we can estimate and there is no way to pay these fees in advance. It is the responsibility of the customer to anticipate these costs and pay them when they are assessed by your country or postal system. We have heard that shipments valued at 50 EU or more get assessed fees in EU countries, for example.

UK customers please note: Packages valued at over $18 are subjected to both an administrative charge and a tax by UK customs and Royal Mail. Sorry, this is not something we can predict or pay in advance.

Promo Codes and Coupons: You need to be registered and logged in in order to use one of our promo codes. They can each only be used once per customer. If you have problems getting a promo code to be accepted, sometimes it helps to log out and log back in again.