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Parker Vacumatic Junior Mechanical Pencil (1936) - Burgundy Marble, 1.1mm Lead (Excellent, Works Well)

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Parker 1936 Vacumatic Junior mechanical pencil in burgundy marble.   It has a short clip, a pair of narrow cap bands, and a black cap jewel. The pencil takes 1.1mm leads. Excellent condition and working well.

SKU: 19350
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$65.00

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Type  Vintage Mechanical Pencil

Product Name  Vacumatic Junior, based off of the trim. (Juniors and Majors are the approximately the same size, but the Juniors had the two thin cap bands).

Manufacturer and Year  Parker, USA -- 1936 (It has a clear date code of 36).

Length 4-3/4"

Filling System The pencil uses a twist mechanism and takes 1.1 mm leads. A hardened eraser can be found beneath the cap. We will include a small paxcket of leads.

Color  Burgundy marble (burgundy and black marbling).   It has a short arrow clip, a black cap jewel, and a pair of narrow cap bands.

Condition  Excellent condition with no cracks, chips, or dings.  This is a beautiful little pencil with great, deep coloring.  The cap and barrel have light to moderate consistent scratching but with no deep scratches or flaws.  The top band that holds the clip has some plating wear and scratch marks.  The clip looks good.  The cap bands are nice, just a little brassing.  The nose cone has a very small dent but it does not impede the modevment of the lead.  The imprints are nice and clear.

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SKU 19350
Condition Used
Maker Parker
Type Pencils

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