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Parker Vacumatic Reference Book (Geoffrey Parker, David Shepherd, and Dan Zazove, 2008) - Hardback, 343 pp., Surrenden Pens Limited (Like New)

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Parker Vacumatic, by Geoffrey Parker, David Shepherd, and Dan Zazove, covers the development of this pen from 1932 through 1948.
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Type Hardback Book 

Product Name  Parker Vacumatic, by Geoffrey Parker, David Shepherd, and Dan Zazove in collaboration with Parker Pen Company (in dust jacket)

  • This is THE reference book for the Parker Vacumatic.  
  • Almost every type and variation of the Vacumatic is described and illustrated.   
  • Details from Kenneth Parker's personal journal,
  • Hundreds of detailed photographs 
  • The  photography by David Shepherd.  The book includes photographs of previously unpublished pens and Vacumatic ephemera.   
  • The chapters include:  1) History; 2) First Generation 1932-36; 3) Second Generation 1937-41; 4) Third Generation 1942-48; 5) Design; 6) Marketing.  

Publisher and Year  Surrenden Press Limited, 2008, Brighton, UK

Length  8-1/2" wide X 11" long

Condition  Like new.  There are some shiny marks on the front cover and a few scratch marks and one little ink mark on the back cover.

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SKU 15681
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