Does anyone know this Parker line?
Posted 25 February 2014 - 11:51 PM
I got a vintage Parker rollerball a year ago, it's made from solid silver and I don't have a clue what it is. I guess it's about 30 years old or so, can anyone tell me what it is, it's very thin and can fit modern roller cartridges
Welcome to Fountain Pen Board. Parker made a fair number of pens in silver, not all of which were fat. A particularly thin pen from that era that was I believe offered in silver was the Parker 180.
Here is a link to Parker 180 chat. Of course a pic will help. We offer free storage in the GALLERY at top of page.
Posted 26 February 2014 - 10:18 AM
A photo would be helpful but failing that a quick description of the pattern and the cap imprints would probably be enough to identify it as there weren't many Parker models that were produced both in Sterling and as a rollerball. The links will help.....
Parker 105 in the bark pattern
Parker 85 in the Acacia pattern (bark but not the same pattern as the 105)
Parker 75 in the Cisele (grid) pattern
Sonnet in the Cisele (grid) pattern
Duofold in the Godron pattern (lined)
The clips should be the key feature here - match the same clip and you've found your pen
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