I don't know anyone personally who would appreciate this so I thought I might as well share it here. The newest addition to my modest collection; a mint, 1964 first-year Parker 75 "Cisele" with original box and numbered certificate of origin with corresponding engraving, for the Italian market.
One curiosity for me is that it doesn't have any Italian silver hallmarks even though it was sold for the Italian market. I know at some point they did add them to the cap. However, the certificate of origin is from the registered Italian importer and distributor for Parker (API FANTUCCI UMBERTO S.p.A. on Via Ricasoli 44 in Firenze) which is the same importer/distributor indicated on those subsequent hallmarks. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that those hallmark types (the modern ones) weren't instituted until 1968? Or maybe because it was just too early in the pen's history. In any case, hope someone else finds this interesting. Cheers!