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Parker Duofold UK - Transitional Junior, Black, Aerometric, Broad 14k Nib (Excellent, Works Well)

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Parker Transitional Junior Duofold fountain pen made in England from the late 1960s. It is transitional due to the 1950s filling system and 1970s cap. Aerometric filler. Parker nib is 14k, broad, and smooth. Excellent condition, working well.

SKU: 14208
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$110.00

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Type  Vintage Aerometric filling fountain pen.

Product Name Duofold UK Transitional Junior. It has the cap from the New series in the 1970s but the 1950s aerometric filling system.

Manufacturer and Year  Parker, made in England -- 1968-71. The 45-esque cap was introduced around 1968 and in 1971, the filling system and nibs were changed.

Length  5-5/16".

Filling System  Aerometric squeeze filler like the later Parker 51s and the Parker 21s. We've tested it and it's working well.

Color  Black with Parker 45-esque cap and rounded barrel. The cap has a flat metal clip and simple cap band trim. It also has a metal conical tassie. The trim is gold plated.

Nib  BROAD open nib is marked Parker 14k 585 England 10. The 10 indicates that it goes in a Junior size pen. It writes very smoothly with lots of tipping material.

Condition  Excellent condition. The pen has low handwear and a bit of trim wear but is nice and shiny in hand. No cracks, chips, or major wear. It's working very well. The sac in the filling system is perfectly clear and may have been never filled with ink.

 

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SKU 14208
Condition Used
Maker Parker
Type Fountain Pens

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