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Parker 51 Custom Vintage Fountain Pen in Teal with Rolled Gold Insignia Cap – England c.1968
Parker “51” Vacumatic Filler “First Year” The Parker “51” commonly referred to as a “First Year” pen is really a pen from late through They can be easily distinguished from later production by several unique characteristics. All pens of this period are double jewels, meaning that they have a decorative “jewel” at the top of the cap and at the end of the barrel. The imprint on the majority of these pens is at the end of the barrel, near the decorative “jewel”, all in one line.
They may or may not have a “1” datecode after the imprint.
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In the Duofold was changed again when the metallic button on the filler was transformed into an aluminium rod, rather than a button as such. This new pen was called The AF Duofold , aluminium filler. With this pen the tassie ring was also discontinued and the blind cap became rounded, like on later Vacumatics.
Parker began offering matching pencils aswell. The colour scheme was also simplified.
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Three early Parker ’51’ fountain pens: two in ‘cedar blue’ edition and one in black. One blue one Dating from the forth quarter of Translate to English.
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In cordovan brown, from , and has one jewel and a 14K gold-filled cap with vertical lines running the length of the cap. It is in excellent condition, showing two very small cap dings and only some minor signs of use. The vac filler works very well. A hairline crack at the base of the barrel was solvent-welded over the course of some weeks to ensure complete curing. The Vacumatic filling unit and diaphragm were both replaced.
It is very clean and shiny, showing only the microscratches of age and use. The pi-glass sac in the aerometric filler is somewhat stained, but it is soft and pliable. A very nice, attractive 51 that can withstand years of use. This Parker 51 is from , the end of the Vacumatic 51s. It is in black, with a gold-filled cap in the radiating four-bar pattern. Similarly, the cap is quite nice but has the microscratches of use.
Black hard rubber cap top. Triple gold filled center bands and ferrule. Twist to extend and retract 1. Fresh eraser installed.
Dating An English Parker 51 – posted in Parker: Hi – Can anyone help me date an English Parker Black body, gold filled cap, aerometric.
RED BAND “51” Produced merely two years and released in small numbers, the “red band” Parker “51” pens from are items of high cachet. Discontinued due to challenges repairing them, today they are quite scarce. Near the high end of the cachet pyramid reside those “51” featuring solid gold caps. Given as gifts by those who had significant discretionary funds, these truly evinced Parker’s, “Jewels of Pendom” philosophy.
Parker “51” was released for sale in the USA in While it is uncertain that all features persisted the entire year, or that all the first year features disappeared by the start of the 2nd year, pens that carry “First Year” features do have above average collector cachet. The blind cap is fitted with a gold-filled or gold tassie trim ring , instead of being smooth, as for Single Jewel pens.
Even excluding those pens with solid gold caps and those with “first year” features, the remaining Double Jewel pens are considered up-scale items from a collector standpoint, and do offer a wide variety of both colors and cap styles. Gold-Flled “Clusters of 4-Lines” pattern.
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School Certificate or its equivalent with credits in Mathematics and English Language. Deposit Receipt No. and Date Name and Adress Description of Goods 2 bottles Nescafe Instant coffee; 3 Parker “21” fountain pens; 1 Parker “51”.
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Date codes 2. Nib codes 3. Hallmarks and other markings 4. Condition codes 5. Abbreviation codes. In mid Parker began marking most pens and pencils with a date code, both the barrel and the nibs were marked, but lacking a date code doesn’t necessarily mean that the pen was made pre, since many imprints have been worn off with use.
The first date codes, found for example on the Vacumatics, consists of two digits, the first one denoting the quarter of production, the second denoting the production year. Hence a “47” marking on a ‘s pen indicate that the pen was produced in the fourth quarter of , not , which is a common misconception. In the second quarter of this system was however changed to save production time, and a new date code, using a system of dots, was adopted.
The stamp initially had three dots and for each quarter one dot was filed down leaving none for the fourth quarter. Since production was overlapping examples exist with either the imprint 28 or. Also, since this coding system extended over a decade, a pen marked 38 could be produced the third quarter either in or In a new system for the date coding was introduced where the two digits only indicated the year, not the quarter hence “50” means made in , this system was used in the US until and in Canada a few years longer..
It has been assumed that Parker began marking some of their pens on the trim or cap bands to allow for dating in
Boxed Parker 51 Vacumatic Fountain Pen & Pencil C.1947
Return to Parker. For those of us concerned with when a pen was made, Parker is the sweetest of all makers, in that many of their pen actually have a date printed right on them. Not only the year, but which quarter of the year, will appear, giving a very clear sense of just how old the pen is.
There are two easy ways to date the early Parker “51”. fitted to all vacumatic filler parker 51’s made in the UK, no English blue diamond caps were produced.
Barrel has a rack in the top of the barrel see photo