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By chance is it a Vector?

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@QualityPens that is most definitely a a Parker Vector set looks like a LE / SE I don’t think I’ve seen that design in the uk

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15 minutes ago, QualityPens said:

Thanks what is a LE / SE


‘LE’ means ‘Limited Edition’ - a colour/finish that is only produced for a limited period of time. There is no limit set on the number that will be made, but they will only be made for a limited period of time.

E.g. Pelikan and Lamy both produce LE versions of some of their pens for one particular year, and then stop making those pens in that finish.
Examples of Pelikan’s 2013 LE M800 in the ‘Brown Tortoiseshell’ finish now cost a huge amount of money.

The same is true for Lamy’s 2011 LE Safari in ‘Aquamarine’.

 

‘SE’ means ‘Special Edition’. These are pens in a particular finish that is only made in one batch, with a fixed number of pens available. They usually have a serial number on them, such as ‘325/500’ (to show that the pen is no. 325 of the 500 that will be made).

One example of a ‘SE’ pen is the ‘Bauhaus’ blue edition of the Lamy 2000.

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I haven't seen that particular design (although I've seen similar designs, just in other color combinations), but I have a lot of Vectors and I could see myself maybe wanting that one.  

Of course the question might be if it's US production, UK production, French production, or made for Parker under contract by Luxor in India (most of mine are UK-production, but I have one re-issued French-made pen, and have had a couple that came out of the Janesville facility (but lost one of them; there's a Luxor-made design that's really neat, but was apparently only made for the Asian market).

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