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  1. Hello I've bought a modern Duofold Centennial True Blue at auction - but it does not appear to be one of the limited edition pens, as it doesn't have the "n/5000" number on the cap top. In the same auction there was also a "staffer" Duofold pen, from when the Newhaven factory shut down, so I wondered if this might be from a Parker employee's own collection? The True Blue came in a box a bit like the one a Parker 100 comes in - but with an outside white cardboard sleeve with a Parker label on it saying "Duofold True Blue Cent FP Fine G Box" and a barcode of "0 000000 000000". Does anyon
  2. Lately, Dr. Inkenstein has been, well, let's say highly INTERESTED in blue-black inks. After all, they are our favorite colors, if you include those which look teal, like Iroshizuku Ku-Jaku and Chesterfield Teal. So based on various online reviews and scans, I tested a bunch of new inks (all except the Everflo, which is not at all new and has been on my ink hutch for years, and is not a true blue-black but it's here for comparison purposes). Part of the 'fun'of testing inks is finding a perfect ink/pen combo. The Nemos write dry. The Hero and Lamys write wet. The dip pen dips. So many
  3. hi I have the following pens of this era: jack knife saftey- 23 1/2 DQ- 235 lucky curve- 222 This got wondering (although there is a list on parkerpen.net- does not state clip or ring) does anyone have a more accurate list of the following {Model- number} lucky curve jake knife pastel DQ Raven Trench pen Black Giant Ivorian True blue. many thanks Rick
  4. Ricky2011

    Early Parker Rare!

    Hi, over time as my collection of pens grows, so is my learning. However if you search in ebay you may find a variety of 51's, 75's 50's , duofolds& vacumatics. Yet you search for lucky curve in general and inc pastels & true blues. or earlier such as raven's, DQ's & jack knife. Have many survived and if so in what numbers? Clip versions and ring? kind regards Rick





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