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Parker Sonnet Fountain Pen (1997) - Laque Firedance, 23k GP Trim, 18k Medium Nib (Near Mint, Works well)

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Parker Sonnet fountain pen, made in France in 1997. Cartridge/converter filler, Laque Firedance finish with 23k gold plated trim. Medium 18k single-tone gold nib is smooth. Near mint.

SKU: 13088
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Type  High-end modern fountain pen.

Product Name  Sonnet (this is the first version with the thin cap bands).

Manufacturer and Year  Parker, France -- 1997 (the date code is a clear IP indicating 1997).

Length  5-1/4"

Filling System  The pen takes Parker style cartridges and converters. A slide converter is installed.

Color  Laque Firedance finish of black and red lacquer in a lovely pattern with 23k gold plated trim. It's a pretty even mix of red and black.

Nib  MEDIUM 18k gold nib is smooth with perfect tipping, it's marked M on the feed. It has a little flexibility to it, the sort of springy-ness you find in modern nibs, not like vintage flex.

Condition  Near Mint. The pen has light handwear and one or two tiny marks on the cap. The imprint is slightly faint around one of the n's in sonnet and around the date code. No cracks, dings, dents, plating wear, or scratches. It's working perfectly.


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Additional Info

SKU 13088
Condition Used
Maker Parker
Type Fountain Pens


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