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Parker Vacumatic Sub Deb Fountain Pen (1940) - Emerald Pearl, Star Clip, Medium-Fine 14k Nib (Excellent +, Restored)

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Parker Vacumatic fountain pen from 1940 in the Sub Deb size. Emerald color with a chevron cap band and top and end black jewels. 14k medium-fine nib. Excellent + condition, fully restored and working well.

SKU: 18975
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Type  Fountain pen

Product Name  Vacumatic Sub Deb, this was the successor to the Junior Debutante

Manufacturer and Year  Parker, USA -- 1940 (The date code is a clear 0 with two dots).

Length  4-5/8"

Filling System  Vacumatic filling system, restored here at Peyton Street Pens. This has an aluminum speedline plunger.

Color  Emerald green pearl bands alternating with semi-transparent amber bands. It has gold filled trim and a short star clip. Cap band is plain. The pen has a black cap jewel and a black blind cap jewel.

Nib  MEDIUM-FINE 14k nib. The feed has an A on it which identifies it as a feed for an accountant nib.

Condition  Excellent  + condition with no cracks, chips, dents, or dings.  This is a pretty little pen with beautiful color and excellent barrel transparency.  The cap and barrel have light to moderate wear, with the majority of scratches at the end of the barrel on the blind cap. Both jewels are perfect. The cap looks nice with primarily light scratching.  The clip and cap band are lovely.  The imprint is nice and clear.  

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SKU 18975
Condition Used
Maker Parker
Type Fountain Pens


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