George S. Parker was born in Shullsburg, Wisconsin, in 1863. His first factory was in Janesville, Wisconsin, USA.
Vintage Parker Pens - Page 1
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
Parker 45 Harlequin Circlet fountain pen and ballpoint pen set, cartridge converter, medium nib, no dings or marks, 1980s, English, (excellent). Sold
Parker 61 Consort fountain pen with 14crt medium nib, hooded nib with inlaid arrow, converter filler (bottled ink or ink cartridges), black with heavily rolled gold cap, circa 1970s, English, (excellent). Sold
Black Parker 17 Duofold with 14crt open medium nib, aerometric filler, original retailer chalk marks reading "17 Duofold M 45/-" rolled gold trim, circa 1962, English, (mint). Sold