George S. Parker was born in Shullsburg, Wisconsin, in 1863. His first factory was in Janesville, Wisconsin, USA.
Vintage Parker Pens - Page 1
Marbled maroon Parker Duofold Centennial burgundy fountain pen, earlier shorter pocket clip with engraved feathers, flat top cap with flat cap bands, 18k medium nib, excellent condition in all respects, original Parker pen box, c. 1988, English, (excellent), £319.
A marbled blue Parker Duofold Centennial fountain pen, short pocket clip with engraved feathers, flat top screw on cap with flat 23k plated cap bands, ruthenium tipped 18k gold extra fine two tone arrow style nib, great condition in all respects, c. 1987, English, (excellent), £319.
Lapis lazuli Parker Duofold Centennial fountain pen, large Parker arrow nib, tapered cap top, raised cap bands, two tone 18k medium nib, raised Duofold decal, unmarked condition in all respects, complete with original boxed and converter, c. 1996, English, (excellent), £299.
A ceramic figural novelty biscuit cookie jar container in the shape of a large bottle of Parker Quink ink. These were made under licence from the Parker Pen Co. Ltd by A Hobbs Welch Design in the early 1980s. Height 190mm, width 180mm, as new with no chips, (excellent). Sold
Parker 61 Consort fountain pen and matching ballpoint pen set, 14k medium nib fitted to the fountain pen, cartridge converter, no dings or surface scratches, original retailer chalk marks to both pen barrels, boxed with the converter, English, c. 1975, (mint), £229.
Parker 61 Consort fountain pen, black barrel, 14k medium nib, cartridge converter, original converter present, no scratches, boxed as illustrated, English, c. 1970, (excellent). Sold
Marbled green Parker Duofold pencil, raised feather decoration to the pocket clip, gold plated trim, circa 1990, English, .9mm leads, eraser and spare leads revealed by removing the finial, (mint). All Parker Duofold pencils have now been discontinued by Parker. Sold
Parker 61 Stratus fountain pen and ballpoint pens, heavy rolled gold finishes, 14crt medium gold nib, cartridge/converter filling system, original pen box with hanging tags, English, c. 1970s, (mint). Sold
Parker 61 ballpoint and pencil in turquoise blue with satin chrome caps and pearlised cap jewels, in the original gift box, English, c. 1960s, engraved 'LUCAS' (otherwise mint). Sold