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Parker Duofold Senior Fountain Pen - Jade Green, Fine (Excellent, Restored)

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Parker Duofold Senior Lucky Curve fountain pen from the 1920s. Jade green with gold filled trim and a single cap band. Fine gold Parker Duofold U.S.A. nib is large and has a serial number. Excellent condition, fully restored and working well.

SKU: 9503
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$360.00

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Type  Vintage button filling fountain pen in a large size.

Product Name  Parker Duofold Senior.

Manufacturer and Year  Parker, made in U.S.A. - circa mid-late 1920s.

Length  5-1/2" inches.

Filling System  Button filler. We've restored it with a new sac and it's working very well.

Color  Jade green body and cap with gold filled trim and a single cap band. 

Nib  FINE gold "Parker Duofold made in U.S.A." nib is smooth and firm, with lovely tipping material and a slight upturn to it which looks like it was done well, but possibly not by the manufacturer. The serial number is 0168177. It's got the Lucky Curve feed, but not the tail that extends into the sac.

Condition  Excellent condition. There are just a couple of small spots of light brassing on the clip, and some scratching on the black end pieces. The pen shows some discoloration, with the cap and the end of the barrel still maintaining a lighter color close to the original, but the mid-barrel and where the barrel is covered by the cap having darkened some. No cracks or chips, dings, dents, or personalization. It's fully restored and working well. 

 

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Additional Info

SKU 9503
Condition Used
Maker Parker
Type Fountain Pens

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