Type Early Parker fountain pen in wonderful working condition with a nicely flexible nib
Product Name Lucky Curve. With its ornate top hardware, this pen resembles model 84 in the Parker 1923 catalog.
Manufacturer and Year Parker, USA - This is an early model from the teens or 1920s.
Length 4-5/8", not including ring top hardware
Filling System Button filler. Excellent filling system with a new sac.
Color Black chased hard rubber body and cap. Gold end piece and ring-top. The ring-top has an ornate band in the middle of the gold top piece. The cap band is 1/2" wide and impressive.
Nib MEDIUM flexiible #2 nib, marked "Lucky Curve". Super soft and flexes easily from medium to double broad. See writing sample below.
Condition Excellent + with no cracks or chips. This is a beautiful little pen, very elegant and vintage-looking. The chasing on the cap and barrel is superior and there are very few scratches. The barrel does have marks caused by the cap lip. The gold covered blind cap at the end of the barrel has many small bite marks. The wide cap band is lovely and has only microscratching. The top gold piece and ring top are lovely with hardly any wear. Although the stationary ring is in place, the attachment ring is missing. The imprints are clear.