Parker Jotter Desk Style Ballpoint Pen, Black barrel with bright turquoise taper.

PK2373  Parker Jotter Desk Style Ballpoint Pen, USA, bright Parker Jotter desk pen fits all Jotter desk sets of course but also fits a number of other basic styled vintage desk sets. Since Parker BP refills don't dry out quickly at all when left exposed, these are great pens to just keep on your desk or near your phone. Measures 6.25 inches long. Black barrel with bright turquoise taper. New old stock in mint condition. (9 available)


Parker Pen Tray, ca. 1940s

S1051  Parker Pen Tray, ca. 1940s, Brass with pinkish-tan velour covering inside tray. Parker marked across the back in black. This tray was designed to hold six boxed Parker pens inside a large Parker display cabinet. Measures 14 x 7 inches, height at rear is 1.75 inches. Excellent condition. (pen in photo not included) (1 avail)


Parker 45 Flighter Ballpoint, USA, ca. early 1960s

PK2715  Parker 45 Flighter Ballpoint, USA, ca. early 1960s, concentric engraved rings encircle lower 1.5 inches of barrel, cap actuated – push down cap to extend and retract Parker jotter ballpoint refill.  Engraving on side of cap: <AL logo>Stainless Steel Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation. Condition is very good except from some light scuff markers where the cap comes in contact with barrel when actuated. Of Note: The Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp is still in business today, operating out of Pittsburgh.


Parker 51 Book

PKR51  The Parker 51 Book written by David and Mark Shepherd @2004. David Shepherd compiled the first published history of the Parker 51 using privileged information available only through private resources. This hardback book features over 700 color photographs complemented by authoritative information throughout it's 176 pages. This book has been much awaited and will be an important part of any serious pen collectors' library of reference materials. The ultimate guide to the Parker 51!