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I have no idea what they're worth, or when they were made, but they look great! I especially like the look of the middle one. If I'm in need of a ballpoint, then I've always got a Jotter to hand.

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Hi,

 

One is called the Harlequin pattern. They tend to sell for around £60 to £80. Like this one on Ebay;

 

Item number 251185803163

 

You can work the date out from looking on this website;

http://parkerpens.net/codekey.html

 

Kind regards,

 

Darryl

http://www.moreengineering.co.uk

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Ex Parker Pen Toolmaker, Newhaven, England.

http://www.moreengineering.co.uk

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Hi,

 

One is called the Harlequin pattern. They tend to sell for around £60 to £80. Like this one on Ebay;

 

Item number 251185803163

 

You can work the date out from looking on this website;

http://parkerpens.net/codekey.html

 

Kind regards,

 

Darryl

http://www.moreengineering.co.uk

Thanks a lot, Darryl.

Yes, the second seems to be some sort of Harlequin or Arlequin pattern... but while looking on Google "Jotter" "Parker" arlequin"/"harlequin", I find different things. Even with the "75", Harlequin seems to gather several patterns. Well, I thought it might be a little easier to identify those Jotters.

 

Still need some more help but great help from you already, Darryl!

 

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Hello! :)

I'm still very surprised that no one were able to help me identifying those Jotters. I was sure to be at the right place.... and I'm still thinking so but... really, nobody here can help me?

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I can't may referances however I found this

 

http://www.mayfairstationers.co.uk/parker-jotter-golden-edition-ballpen-p-14546.html

 

 

The 3 may be worth £50 in total.

 

OK, thanks for the data. I had been able to find this my myself long ago but as far as it is not one of my "unknown patterns", it was quite useless. But thanks anyway, Sir Knight!

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