Sunday, February 12, 2012

A Parker'ish Pen


I bought these sections a bit ago.
They are some NOS Parker sections of some sort.
If any one knows what they are please let me know.


I am a big fan of tough pens because I use them a lot at work and in areas that good pens have no business being so when ever I can come up with a tough non expensive pen I love giving it a shot.



A close up of the front as well as the back of the nib.




The cap was from a Hero 616 I had laying on the bench and the acrylic was some stock that had come out of Italy a few years ago


4 comments:

Maja said...

The acrylic looks like the one used in my Danitrio "Cum Laude" pen that I bought a few years ago on FPN (the seller said it was Italian acrylic, and it's a nice, warm shade of bluish grey). Sorry can't ID the nib-section unit you used, but it fits the pen well. Great job, Chris!

M. Tamer Özsu said...

Hey, we are now into slip caps... Sweet; design opportunities grow.

Maja said...

Are you planning on making another one of these pens for sale, Chris? If so, how much would you be charging?

warnsmeth said...

Everyone know that Parker is one of the best pen maker company around this world. The above pen is very beautiful. Its outlook is very attractive.
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