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  1. Ricky2011

    Parker Victory - Denmark Anchor.

    Hi just wondering if anyone else has come across the achor symbol on any early parker's these are from the 1945- 46 period. regards Rick
  2. Hi was going though my pictutes of pens id saved anyone know where this one came from. c.2018. thanks rick
  3. Ricky2011

    Parker Victory/duofold Uk Colours.

    Hi does anyone know the difference betwwen certian colurs... for example Scarlet verses Burgundy... similary with the L&D grey pearl ect. any advice?
  4. Today I got in a Parker Victory Mk V I ordered from England. I already have a Victory Mk IV that I am loving and thought it would be nice to try out the newer model. The pen is in excellent condition with a "6" date code on the body. That pen was made from 1953-60's. Does it mean it was from 1956 or 1966? The pen was advertised to have a medium nib but on getting it the nib is an Oblique with stub like qualities. The thin direction is 0.3mm and the heavy direction is 0.55mm. It also is semi-flex and will go out to 0.90mm. I'm still getting used to writing with that nib. I have oblique nibs on modern pens and this one is more like my Pelikan 400 with an OM nib. In general I don't use my stubs and oblique nibs much these days and in a way wish it was a normal round medium. I expect in the future when I'm more into stubs again I will be glad I have this nib. The cap unscrews in just one turn. For where I hold the pen it's quite comfortable and very similar in girth to my Parker 45 and 61. So far my favorite of the four pens in my Victory MK IV. Since it can be hard to find measurements on these vintage pens, here are my numbers: Section: 8.4-9.4mm. Barrel: 11mm. Length closed: 134mm. Length: 118mm. Length Posted: 155mm. Not sure what I should try next. Is the Duofold Sr the same size as the Victory MK IV? Is the Maxima a little bigger? I look the looks of the Maxima's nib. The Newhaven nibs. Maybe I should stick with Parkers from the UK. Pics of the Parkers I have so far... Top to bottom: Parker 45, Parker 61, Parker Victory MK V, Parker Victory MK IV. http://www.jeffdellis.com/images/ParkerFamilyP4-1.png http://www.jeffdellis.com/images/ParkerFamilyP4-2.png
  5. I won a Parker Victory AF a few days ago, I knew the pen had a damaged barrel, the pen arrived today and to me it looks like at some point there was a cigarette burn that had made a hole and someone filled it with something that looks like wax. The pen will work ok as is(once I get a new pressure bar) but I'm wondering how or even if it's possible to repair a hole a pens barrel. Does anyone know how restorers repair plastic? http://i61.tinypic.com/2vn4az9.jpg Sorry about the poor picture it's from the auction and I've not had time to take a better one yet.

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