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Parker Duovac Ingenue Vacumatic (1941) - Blue Striped, Parker Fine "A" Nib (Very Nice, Restored)

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Parker Duovac Duofold Vacumatic, junior sized "Ingenue", fountain pen from 1941.  Blue and grey striped with gold plated trim, two thin rings on cap band. Very nice condition with good barrel visibility, working perfectly. Parker Fine "A" nib.

SKU: 19518
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Type  Vintage fountain pen 

Product Name  Parker Duofold Vacumatic Junior aka "Duovac"

Manufacturer and Year  Parker - 1941 (The imprint "1." on the barrel is very good.)

Length  5-1/16" (This makes it a Junior aka Ingenue.)

Filling System  Vacumatic filler. We restored the filling system with a new sac, and it is in perfect working condition. The barrel is semi-transparent and you can watch the liquid level rise as you fill it. We'll guarantee the filling system for a year.

Color  Blue and grey (alternating with clear stripes) body and cap with gold plated trim.

Nib  Parker Fine nib has an "A" stamped on the back.

Condition  Very nice condition with no cracks, chips, dents, or dings.  This is a very prettily colored pen with nice shine and transparency.  The cap and barrel have moderate scratching with some small deep scratches at the top of the cap and under the cap bands.  The twist end of the barrel has some long thin scratches as well as some short deep ones.  The trim and clip have plating wear.  The imprint is faded but readable.  

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SKU 19518
Condition Used
Maker Parker
Type Fountain Pens


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