PK2718 Parker Jotter Ballpoint Pen, Very Unusual! We purchased this from a former Parker employee many years ago. Assembled from Parker Flighter parts, however none are marked Parker. Cap actuated, click cap to extend and retract Parker ballpoint refill. The clip has a very modern look, however no typical arrow design. Ribbed cap tassie. Measures 5 inches long. Mint condition, (1 avail)
PK2624 Parker Princess Jotter Ballpen, ca. 1958, USA, Pink. Cap section and barrel section are engraved diamond pattern with gold plated detailing. Measures 5 inches long. Clipless as designed. Click button top to extend and retract Parker ballpoint refill. Body is in excellent condition, click mechanism is sticky. (1 avail)
Parker Vector Roller Ball Pen, Special Political Imprint, replicated signature of Tommy G. Thompson and the state seal of Wisconsin on black barrel in white. Thompson was Governor of Wisconsin from 1987-2001 and US Secretary of HHS from 2001-2005. How appropriate for Thompson to have these pens made right in the state of Wisconsin at Parker Pen in Janesville! Black barrel, matte steel cap, bright steel barrel end and arrow clip. Uses current production Parker roller ball refills, fresh refill included. Measures 5 1/8 inches long. Excellent condition. (1 avail)
PKR612 Parker 51 Advertisement, 1948, National Geographic, 7x10, Full Color, "The most valued of your friends...Perfect gift to keep them thinking of you! It gives individuality to your good wishes!", illustration of Parker 51 pen and pencil set.
Parker Quink Ink Bottle Holder. Green and brown mottled bakelite. Cylindrical ribbing. Clear Parker cylindrical ink bottle with black bakelite screw on cap, cap is embossed Quink. Original label is on bottle, but totally stained with black ink. Measures 1.75 inches diameter, height is 3.25 inches. Aside from the stained bottle label, in very good condition. (1 avail)
PK2724 Parker Classic Jotter Ballpoint Pen, ca. early 1990s, USA. Flighter finish with gold electroplated clip and clicker button. Measures 5.25 inches long. Slim profile. Cap actuated, click button to extend and retract Parker Refill. Name engraved: FRANK in small block capital letters on side of cap. (1 avail)
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)