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  1. ALeonardoA

    '64 Parker 75 Cisele

    Hello members, 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!
  2. My friend was cleaning up her office and found a few rough-looking fountain pens. She gave them to me, after I said that I could probably still fix them. A cursory inspection showed them to be Parker 75s. One looked virtually unused, the other was inked and then forgotten. Here's a photo of what they looked like: Fast forward to a few hours after (I brought them home and excitedly started to polish, check the nibs, etc, read all about the restoration effort here), here's how they now look like: One of the pens was unused, there was no trace of ink in it when I flushed with water. The other one took some work, but both of them write perfectly well. To think she was about to throw these out! Even the ballpoint pen (which I polished up for her) was also still working.
  3. Please help me to verify this Parker 75, I ordered it on an other website, when received I found that problem and I wonder about it feed. Is it fake? Thank you very much for your review!
  4. Hi ! Last weekend, starting a new inventory for a address change, I ve managed to find a lost pen my late father has bought possibly in US in late 60's. Never used, genuine , kept on original case for the last 40 years, in excelente contidion, never used, except for the flock portion, it contains still the certificate, ink replacable bulk, information and instructions.And the tag price original.All papers in excelente condition. I personally do not collect pens but I believe this one must have some hitorical, collecting worthing I also can only guesss it s a late 60's or early 70's as how he often traveled to work to NY. I would like some help about the identification and an estimate actual value, considering the whole box and pen package . Maybe that ;s a 'one of a kind' cases, or not. Thank you very much any inputs and time to answer. Edited by moderator.
  5. h.farmawi

    Parker 75 Cleaning Help Please

    Hi guys i have this new Parker 75 set http://imageshack.com/a/img19/5127/mtna.jpg http://imageshack.com/a/img843/5381/h69t.jpg they are new so i just want to clean the exterior and i dont know how i need help in what to use and how to do it thanks alot best.
  6. Happy New Year FP fans! Last night I published the 2013 update to the reference section of my Parker 75 website. Things were quiet in the Parker 75 world until the Columbus Pen Show which revealed that there is still lots of Parker 75 information out there. This update shows a fraction of what I found which includes lots prototypes: - Aluminum 75 FPs with satin smooth finish and grid pattern - FP in vermeil with red grid lines - FP in sterling silver with white grid lines - Metal threaded FP sections in different colors There is much more so come visit if you have any interest in the Parker 75s and its family. Regards, Lih-Tah Wong www.Parker75.com

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