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Parker 21 Super in Green

Regular price £50.00

The Parker 21 Mk.1 was only made from 1948 to 1951 when the section and cap design were modified for the Mk. 2 version, a more practical pen than the original.  In 1953 the Parker 21 Super, this pen, was introduced. 

The 21 was discontinued in 1965, probably because the Parker 45 was now a competitor.  

This is a particularly fine example. Finished in Green, with a stainless steel cap and the redesigned 'arrow' clip.  The body and hood have an excellent surface with a very good shine and no visible scrartches or other blemishes.  The cap, which is engraved with '21', is also in excellent condition.

The Green colour, one of the less common Parker 21 colours, it is strikingly attractive and quite collectable. 

The filling system, a modified 'Aerometric', works well and the parker 'Octanium' nib writes with a very smooth and consistent fine line, a very 'easy' writer.  It would suit a person with small handwriting and also for detailed work.

The Parker 21 is an extremely good choice as an unusual and dependable every day writer and is often favoured rather than the much more expensive Parker 51 to which it bears a close, if superficial resemblance.  It is an excellent pen in its own right.

Read a full Parker 21 review here.