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Parker Vacumatics And Duofolds


The Parker Vacumatic is probably the most well known collectible fountain pen. They're very pretty, work well, hold a decent amount of ink, and let you see when the ink supply is getting low. The down side is that they're tricky to service. I disassembled these pens, replaced the diaphragm (if needed), and cleaned the inside of the barrel as completely as possible.  These are guaranteed to work, and if there are problems, I'll fix them.  I love Vacs, have collected quite a few (second only to Moore pens), and like fixing them up. .

28 DEC 2017
Parker Vacumatic - Blue Diamond
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Pen1819 - Well preserved black Vacumatic with average transparency.  Fine-XF Vacumatic nib.  There's a bit of wear on the imprint so that you can't read a date code. Fully restored. 5", 127 mm

Price: $120 with free shipping in the US

Parker Vacumatic - Blue Diamond
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Pen1690 - Well preserved black Vacumatic with excellent transparency.  Fine correct Vacumatic nib.  Fully restored. 5", 127 mm

Price: $130 with free shipping in the US

1945 Gray Pearl Vacumatic
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HK7 - This is a well preserved Blue Diamond standard sized Vacumatic.  It has a fine 14 Kt Parker Vacumatic nib.  Very good condition, with only minimal brassing of the nickel plated clip. Not much transparency. 5", 127 mm.

Price: $135 with free shipping in the US

1937 Green Marbled 2 Band
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A very pretty green marbled Vacumatic Junior from 1937. Great transparency. Clear imprint, and no brassing. It has a fine 14 Kt Parker Vacumatic nib.  Lock-down filler. Excellent condition! Great transparency.  4 7/8", 127 mm.

Price: $195 with free shipping in the US SOLD