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Parker Advertisement, October 12, 1912

Parker Advertisement, October 12, 1912, Scientific American Handsome cut away illustration shows the Lucky Curve inside pen and the air space and ink level, Parker Disappearing Clip is noted.  This ad measures 8.25 x 2.5 inches and is on the original full page measuring 15.5 x 10 7/8 inches.  Other old ads on the page include Rice's Mill White Paint, M.I.P. Key Filing
Machine, Crude Asbestos Direct from Mines (ugh, that wouldn't go over well today!), Federal Vacuum Cleaner and other small ads. Very good condition.


Parker Advertisement, 1947

Parker Advertisement, 1947, full color, 10 x 13.5 inches. In the Hands of Americans Everywhere, Parker 51 World’s Most Wanted Pen, 5 different illustrated hands holding five different Parker 51 fountain pens. Along the right side of are testimonials from eight different “everyday” people who use Parker 51 pens.