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I can't seem to find the link to the fake Parker 51 1st year Vac...I think it was supposed to be mustard. Who was the seller?

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I can't seem to find the link to the fake Parker 51 1st year Vac...I think it was supposed to be mustard. Who was the seller?

 

Not sure if they are currently for sale. The seller uses variations with "Jeff" and is from Korea.

 

http://parkercollector.com/bilder/fakes/

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Wow! Those fakes look good enough to eat - specially the mandarin duofolds! :lol:

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The colors on the 51s don't look right, or is it the lighting?

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The colors on the 51s don't look right, or is it the lighting?

 

Being colour-blind I have every opportunity of getting into serious trouble with this hobby of mine! Just as well I don't mind pestering other people who have a better distribution of cones on their retinas!! :headsmack: :lol:

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Here is an article written by FPGeeks blogger Dan Smith on Parker fakes at the above seller:

http://fpgeeks.com/2012/07/beware-of-fake-vintage-parker-duofolds-and-51s/

"You have to be willing to be very, very bad in this business if you're ever to be good. Only if you stand ready to make mistakes today can you hope to move ahead tomorrow."

Dwight V. Swain, author of Techniques of the Selling Writer.

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