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Parker-Eversharp Kimberly Gamin "Tiara" Mini- Ballpoint (1959) - Gold with Red Fish Scale Cap (Mint, Needs Refill)

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One of Parker Eversharp's mini Kimberly ballpoints from the late 1950s, where the model was renamed the Gamin. This one was called "Tiara" and has a gold body and a red and gold "fish scale" patterned cap.  It is in superior condition.

SKU: 15618
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$70.00

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Type  Early ballpoint pen

Product Name  Kimberly. This model was renamed the "Gamin" and this pattern was called "Tiara." Here's an interesting page on Richard Binder's web site on this model.

Manufacturer and Year  Eversharp/Parker, late 1950s. It's got the Parker halo logo. Parker and Eversharp merged in 1958. This pen started appearing in ads in 1959.

Length  3-1/2".

Filling System  The original refill installed in the pen is dried up. (On previous Kimberly ballpoints we were able to cut down a generic ballpoint refill and it fit quite well, but for this listing we are just including the original refill. You'll need to rig a replacement if you want to use the pen. The link above to te Binder page will give you some suggestions as to how to do this.)

Color  Gold body with red and gold patterned fishscale cap.  The pattern makes it appear that there is gold netting around the red cap.  The end of the cap is solid red.

Condition  Superior condition with just light hand wear.  This is a dainty, elegant little purse pen.

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SKU 15618
Condition Used
Maker Eversharp
Type Ballpoints

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