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Canadian Parker "d.q." Duofold Quality


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Posted 04 July 2020 - 03:45

Anyone have any history on the Canadian-made Duofold Quality pens? I am repairing a black hard rubber D.Q. pen with length-wise lines on the barrel and cap. The imprint is weak but under light I was able to decipher that the pen was made in Toronto, Canada, which was a surprise to me. Are the Canadian D.Q. pens from the same period as the American ones? I figured this pen to be made about 1924-25 or so, but that was when I assumed I had a U.S. made pen.

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