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Admin23.08.2021

Parker '51 Collection

Although it has often been repeated as fact that 51s bearing a "T"-prefix date code were assembled in Parker's Toronto plant, there are strong reasons to doubt this full discussion.
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Admin14.08.2021

Parker Penography: PARKER 51

It is to this day one of the most collected fountain pens and one can still find them relatively cheap at theflea markets.
Admin05.07.2021

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These rubber sacs inevitably rotted away in time due to the acid in the ink.
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Admin09.09.2021

Parker 51 Fountain Pens

2d 656, June 2, 1960.
Admin21.08.2021

freeforallinc.com

The clutch ring, which is not functional, is now reduced to a narrow trim ring.
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Admin20.09.2021

Parker 51

he exception were the so called "First Year" pens, "MK 0", if You will, very sought for by collectors, that were produced during late 1940 and 1941.
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Admin05.08.2021

Is enough nib poking out from this Parker 51?

It changed name to Insignia in 1957 and both names are used by collector's.
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Admin20.08.2021

Parker '51 Collection

The new clip was very similar to the early Vacumatic clips but was longer.
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Admin08.08.2021

Parker 51 Fountain Pens

The cap jewel or clip screw, was made in black while the Standard had a pearl coloured plastic The "51" Special initially came in four colours, Green being a later fifth addition to the line.
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Admin24.08.2021

Parker 51

Inspired by the past, but made for the future, the Parker 51 fountain pen's groundbreaking design is a modern take on the original Parker icon.
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Admin21.09.2021

The Parker “51”

Pens made after Parker stopped using date codes early to mid-1950s cannot be dated to a particular year, but you can at least narrow the possible range of years.
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Admin18.08.2021

Parker '51 Collection

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