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Dating An English Parker 51 - Parker - The Fountain Pen. Dating An English Parker 51 - posted in Parker: Hi - Can anyone help me date an English Parker 51. Black body, gold filled cap, aerometric filler. Near the base of the cap is 'PARKER' and '1/10 2 ct R Gold. The very base of the cap is clear, but just above the clear space, vertical stripes running to the top..
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Parker 51 Jewel | eBay Offered is a vintage Parker 51 fountain pen 5 3/8' long. The barrel is black and the cap is a chromium type metal with a matching clip and a single jewel.
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Production Dating - parker51.com Dating of Parker '51' pens is easy, down to the quarter it was made; at least for the barrel. Parker used a date system of one digit, surrounded by a series of dots to signify the quarter the pen was made in.. A smaller Demi pen was available from the beginning of the aerometric production. This was a Parker '51' pen in all respects, similar.
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Parker 51 - Vintage Pens Parker date codes-- Some Notes on Repair of the Parker 51-- Basic Parker 51 Aerometric Repair The Aerometric filling system is shown below in an extract from an original ad, c. 1948. Note the fine-finned 'collector' under the hood and surrounding the base of the nib.
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Parker’s Date Coding Systems - richardspens.com Sometimes, it's really easy to nail a particular pen to a year. Sometimes, it's not. Parker has made it very easy to date some of their pens. From the 1932/1933 introduction of the Vacumatic until the 1950s, and again beginning in 1980, Parker has imprinted date codes on its pens.
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“51” Versions - Parker 51 – Dedicated to Parker. The imprint on the pens was changed by removing the Parker “51” portion and only leaving “Made in USA”, dated with a single digit in 1948 or 1949, and switched to a new two digit code in 1950 (although I have found a New Old Stock aerometric pen dated 1948 with the standard 2 line vacumatic imprint).
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51 – Ravens March Fountain Pens Aside from trim levels, there are three different styles of “51” with the Aerometric filler, which in a manner similar to the “21” are referred to as marks in the shorthand of collectors. The Mark I version is essentially a continuation of the body shape of the Vacumatic pens, and persisted until the mid-1960s.
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Restauration d’un Parker « 51 aerometric | «Stylos plume. Le Parker « 51 » aerometric est un stylo bien conçu, robuste et assez facile à restaurer. Pour illustrer ce tutoriel, c’est un Parker « 51 » Mk I « deluxe » en coloris « navy grey » qui va servir d’exemple.
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Parker Pens Penography: DATE CODES -DATING A PEN The first date codes, found for example on the Vacumatics, consists of two digits, the first one denoting the quarter of production, the second denoting the production year. Hence a '47' marking on a 1930's pen indicate that the pen was produced in the fourth quarter of 1937, not 1947, which is a common misconception.