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How Is A Parker (Classic) Lady Ballpoint Different From A Run-Of-The-Mill Classic?

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#1 rpparker

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Posted 03 October 2014 - 20:46

http://parkerpens.net/classic.html 

 

This site says "in 1975 the Parker Lady was launched. Ladies pens were usually smaller but the Parker Lady was of the same size and design as the International Classic, save the finish.........By 1981 the model name Parker Lady was dropped."

 

On eBay almost every classic (or 75 classic or international classic - take your pick) is listed as Lady.

 

Does anyone know which finishes were the real Lady finishes between 1975 and 1981? Picutres?

  



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