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Parker 61 Instant Ink - ca. 1961

Parker 61 Instant Ink - ca. 1961. General consensus amongst the Parker gurus is that these are far more rare than the Parker 61 pens they're designed to be used with! Rarity does not always equate to expensive and these are much less than a Parker 61 fountain pen! Parker Instant Ink is a Super Quink Ink concentrate for use with the Parker 61. The idea was to plug the Instant Ink cartridge onto the end of the capillary filler, dunk in water, let it mix with the ink and feed into the pen. Ink cartridge is still sealed in the package.

$10.00
SKU:
I1280

Parker 61 Norman Rockwell Advertisement reprint from the Saturday Evening Post October 3, 1959.

PK2711  Parker 61 Advertising Reprint of Parker 61 Norman Rockwell Advertisement from the Saturday Evening Post October 3, 1959. Full color. 8x10 inches on heavy glossy photo paper. “Daddy is trying to spoil me: Three girls holding and admiring a Parker 61 Capillary Fountain Pen. Originally, there were additional Rockwell 61 adverts used in this series as part of an advertising campaign to Parker retailers. Excellent condition. (1 avail)

$20.00
SKU:
PK2711

Group of 4 different pieces of Parker Ephemera

1) Parker 61 Filling instructions for Pkr 45, Touche, Parker 51 aerometric and Parker 51, also info on Jotter BPs and Writefine Pencils.2) Roaring 20s, Big Red Writes Again Filling instructions and Guarantee and Owner Survey. 3) Parker 1916 invoice for 24 pks of new gold #4 pens, total $1.25 Handwritten note on backside that it was paid by check March 17, 1916. 4) Parker advertisement 2.5 x 6 inches on 6x10 Munsey’s Magazine featuring Parker Lucky Curve (1 set avail)

$10.00
SKU:
P1090