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Parker Vacumatic Major Fountain Pen (1946) - Laminated Black, Medium Nib (Excellent, Restored)

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Parker 1946 Vacumatic fountain pen in laminated black. It has a black cap jewel and gold plated trim. Medium nib. Excellent condition. The pen is fully restored and working well.

SKU: 18097
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$135.00

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Type  Vac filling vintage fountain pen

Product Name  Parker Vacumatic Major

Manufacturer and Year  Parker USA -- 1946 (The date code on the barrel is a clear 6 with two dots, and the same is on the nib.)

Length  5";  this is the "Major" size.

Filling System  Vacumatic plunger filling system has been restored here at Peyton Street Pens and is in excellent working condition. The bladder has been replaced and the pen has been tested. It has the late-era plastic plunger.

Color  Laminated Black body and cap with gold plated trim.  The barrel has alternating amber and black lines. The cap has a black cap jewel and a chevron patterned cap band just over 1/8". It has a blue diamond clip.

Nib  MEDIUM 14k nib has a bit of give and is a smooth writer. It writes on the narrow side of medium when compared with modern nibs.

Condition  Excellent condition. The pen looks nice and shiny. The cap and barrel have moderate handwear and light scratches throughout. There's one short deep scratch on the barrel. The trim looks great and the cap jewel is perfect.  The imprint is very clear.  No cracks or dents.  

 

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Additional Info

SKU 18097
Condition Used
Maker Parker
Type Fountain Pens

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