Yeap, an affordable extra fine flex for your calligraphy/copperplate/Spencerian lettering needs today! Early 1930’s Depression Era Parker “Parkette” with an extra fine flex nib!
Imagine the early 1930’s; financial collapse, economic turmoil, millions out of work and this pen with a gold nib was a precious pen to even a common person who barely was getting by.
Fully restored, no cracks on the cap lip, name on the barrel. Imagine the use this pen got in the depths of the Great Depression! Yet it has survived all these years and now fitted with a new ink sac, it is ready to tell its story in your hands today for only $65.00 plus shipping today by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let this pen be a part of your history today!
I just had to share some photos from the last 9 months of a few pens I received that required “special” help. The series of slides represent many vintage and modern pens that have fell victim to poor ink choices from their owners. I consider this almost “child abuse” but then again, everyone takes care of their “children” differently. Clogged and chemically melted feeds, damaged rubber diaphragms that often are turned into gelatinous goo!