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  1. So my pen dealer out of the blue messages me yesterday to tell me that she's got a NOS Parker 25 for me. We go back and forth with pictures and pricing and she also discloses the existence of a Parker 45 Convertible GT with a 14K gold nib that is also for sale. Resistance is futile and so I cave in! Today I picked up these two beauties: an old NOS Parker 25 Stainless Steel with black trim with original box, original Spanish sticker price hanging from the clip, and a clear tag identifying this pen as a 25 with a fine nib. Turns out the pen was made in England between 1975 and 1979 as there is
  2. alexander_k

    Pens That Hate Me, I: Parker 25

    When I was young, there were few fountain pens in the shops and even fewer I could afford. I had a few gaily colored plastic cylinders from the Sheaffer NoNonsense range but they felt too light and insubstantial. And I had a couple Parker 25 pens. I was not taken with the form of the nib or the barrel but at least the 25 felt more solid and balanced in my hand. Unfortunately, just like the NoNonsense, the 25 was too dry, with frequent flow problems. Quite often there was little difference between writing with a 25 or a ballpoint pen. Many years and many pens passed until a 25 reappeared amo
  3. Ok, so it wouldn't be a Parker 25. It wouldn't even be a Parker pen Sir Kenneth Grange designed a few pens - one of them the iconic Parker 25 shown below: http://i68.tinypic.com/dhcqb7.jpg It has that very distinct tapering on the barrel about 3/4 down and a very flat base. A few years later, Grange also did some work for Platignum designing the Platpen - see below; http://i66.tinypic.com/2pt5x7s.jpg Can you see the same tapering on the barrel? This time way further up on the pen though. These pens are not completely easy to get hold of these days but there is a seller on eBay that
  4. Inkysloth

    Parker 25 In Interesting Tin

    Hi all, I found an interesting Parker 25 set at Greenwich Market today, it's the black trim version, and appears unused - still has the converter in, totally clean, no scratches or scuffs on any of the plastic. Has anyone seen this set before? Parker 25 in exciting tin by Robin Inkysloth, on Flickr Edited to add: Letter code IQ suggests it was made in 1990, initially I wondered if it was a 25 year anniversary set, but that would be year 2000. Hmm.
  5. Captivelight

    After Three Months ...

    So, around 3 months ago I bought a Parker 45 in a nostalgic fit of self indulgence on the grounds that it was the pen that saw me through my school days, or to be more accurate that THEY were the pens that saw me through as it turned out that my fellow class mates were pretty much convinced that property ownership was not an important issue leading to a fair number of pens disappearing never to be seen again. So, having bought myself one pen I found myself buying another, and another ... and pretty soon I seem to have found a new direction to my wanderings on the internet whilst I'm sat here p





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