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Parker 75 Insignia Deep Cut Cisele. 1986.

Regular price £145.00

 

The Parker 75 'Cisele' was introduced, as the 'Crosshatch' in 1964 and shortly afterwards a Gold filled version, the Insignia, was added.  This had a much 'flatter' finish than the original but the later French 'Place Vendome' version, this pen, reverted to the more pleasing deep cut blocks and coined the name 'Cisele', translating as 'chiseled', so very apt.  If you feel the need to spend some quality time counting the blocks I believe you will find there are 3300.

 The Gold and Silver plated 'Place Vendome' pens first appeared in 1983, this example carries a date code for the second quarter of 1986.

The pen is constructed in Brass with a 23Ct. Gold filling and Gold filled 'stack of coins' dished end studs. The nib is 14Ct. Gold with a medium point.  The Parker 75 is a cartridge / converter filler, this pen is fitted with the original Parker aerometric type ink converter.  The pen is presented in a new box with cardboard outer sleeve.

The 14 Ct. Gold nib can be rotated in the collar to give the optimum writing angle.  It has a medium point and writes with a smooth line.  

This example is in immaculate condition with no signs of use. 

The Parker 75 was a very expensive pen when new but succeeded because of the extremely high quality construction and timeless design.  Parker 75 Gold deep cut Ciseles in such good condition are not easy to find and are much sought after.  The 75 makes a really good vintage daily user and also has a good deal of prestige.  It is a truly fabulous pen! 

 Read a full Parker 75 review here


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