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NPT = Nickel plated trim NS = Needs sac PF = Plunger fill PR = Plunger RBHR = Red and black hard rubber RCHR = Red chased hard rubber RG = Rolled gold RHR = Red hard rubber RRHR = Red-ripple hard rubber, RT = Ring top SGM = Solid gold mounted SF = Silver filagree SFD = Silver filled SGF = Solid gold filagree SN = Section SPT = Silver plated trim SSM = Solid silver mounted TD = Touchdown filler TR = Tassie ring VM = Vermeille© 1995-2017 Tony Fischier and The Parker Pen Company®/Sanford Ecriture. ED = Eyedropper filled FU = Filler unit GF = Gold filled GFF = Gold filled filigree GFM = Gold filled mounted GFT = Gold filled trim IF = Ink feed IM = Iridium LF = Lever filler MBL = Marble MHR = Red and black mottled hard rubber MIB = Mint in box NB = Nib NF = Never filled. Untouched, unfilled pens, not currently available in stores.In 1950 a new system for the date coding was introduced where the two digits only indicated the year, not the quarter hence "50" means made in 1950, this system was used in the US until 1955 and in Canada a few years longer.. It has been assumed that Parker began marking some of their pens on the trim or cap bands to allow for dating in 1970. Right Oblique has the largest surface on right sided of point. 0.000039 inches) To be stamped 10K the layer must equal at least 1/10 of the total weight of the item. For very heavy lines on the down stroke and medium lines on the side stroke 14k 73 74 Fine Oblique Italic right hand 18k 75 Medium Right Oblique 14k 75 Medium Oblique Italic right hand 18k 76 Broad Oblique Italic right hand 18k 77 Fine Oblique Italic left hand 18k 78 Medium Oblique Italic left hand 18k 79 Broad Oblique Italic left hand 18k 79 Medium Left Oblique-For those who slant the pen when they write. If You feel that Your copyright has been violated please contact the WEBMASTER. BC = Blind cap BCHR = Black, chased hard rubber BHR = Black hard rubber BLHR = Black lined hard rubber BY = Body/barrel CF = Capillary filler CL = Clip CP = Cap CPT = Crome plated trim CS = Clip screw EB-1 = Engraved body/barrel. All logos and/or images on these pages are © Copyright of Parker Pen Company®Sanford Ecritureunless otherwise stated and is reprinted by kind permission.
Flaws should always be noted, such as scratches, cracks, dents, etc.
Hence a "47" marking on a 1930's pen indicate that the pen was produced in the fourth quarter of 1937, not 1947, which is a common misconception.
In the second quarter of 1938 this system was however changed to save production time, and a new date code, using a system of dots, was adopted.
Designed for people who hold the pen with very little slant 14k 71 72 Extra Broad Stub-Parkers widest stub point.
Produces heavy lines on horizontal stroke, thin lines on vertical stroke 14k 70 Medium Stub-a heavier flat point for shaded writing and printing.
This is a standard for shortening the description of pens, either for personal use or when offering pens for sale.