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Parker Pens33 of 33Vintage Parker 75 "Cisele" Pen parker royal challenger gray herringbone  fountain pen and pencil set
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    Posted 11 years ago

    Savoychina1
    (650 items)

    These pens are all Parker Brothers. The first picture is a pair of "Lucky Curves", perhaps a his/her set? They show a patent date of 1916 on thr cap and 1911 on the pen body. The second is also a "Lucky Curve" with the same dates. The third has no dates but has the classic Parker style clip.

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    1. ozmarty ozmarty, 11 years ago
      Hi Idon't know much about pens (though have a dozen or so) found this about one like the 3rd one of yours
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      PARKER VACUMATIC
      The 52 is the Parker dating code and also has 3 dots - one on either side and one underneath showing it was made in the first quarter of 1952.

      This model pen ceased production in USA in 1948 but continued until 1953 in Canada
      Regards Marty
    2. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 11 years ago
      THANKS! I appreciate the information.
    3. Jiffy pens, 11 years ago
      hello there-
      are you interested in selling any of them?
    4. PassingFancy PassingFancy, 10 years ago
      If you're still looking for info. Check out Richard Binder @ RichardsPens.com or Tony @ parkercollector.com. You'll find all the info you need. Those are valuable pens when restored.
      Best Regards, Mark

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