Parker Pen no. 61, grey, in excellent condition. Complete with original box and booklet.
Parker 61 Fountain Pen
Early Parker 61 fountain pen with capillary type
Finish: silver barrel rolled gold cap..
Length: Approx. 5 1/8 inches (130mm)
Cap Imprint: Marked 'Parker, Made in England'.
Nib: 14k gold, nib size is believed to be medium
Model 61 was introduced by Parker in 1956. The pen was the result of extensive work of technological development (crowned by registering many patents that would make this the first pen that refilled by itself)
The production was ended in 1982 ca.
The distinguishing feature of this model is its capillary filling system, otherwise the pen follows fairly closely the previous model 51, in both materials and the use of a hooded nib. The section has a metal inlay indicating the tip, which purpose is solely decorative. The hood has the simple and effective snap closure already used in the 51.
Just like the Parker 51 this pen was produced with coloured body in Lucite (plexiglas), and metal cap. This was produced in different variants depending on the type of machining, chrome, gold, or, in the case of the Heirloom version with the unique decoration ...
The capillary filling system is the main novelty of the Parker 61,
|Member since:||May 27, 2017|
when the battery was replaced they failed to replace the back seal.unfortunately because of this it takes inn water vapour
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