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Parker 75 Milleraies. 1984. Mint condition.

Regular price £145.00

The Parker 75 Milleraies, meaning 'a thousand lines' or 'needle chord' was part of the prestigious Place Vendome metal collection, introduced in 1981.  This pen carries a date code for the last quarter of 1984.

The pattern consists of closely spaced, fine longitudinal lines with a blank cartouche on the side of the cap.  Despite the name, there aren't a thousand lines on the pen, I counted sixty eight on the barrel. 

The pen has been fully serviced and is in totally mint condition throughout.  It is a cartridge/converter filler, fitted with the original Parker ink converter and supplied with an ink cartridge so it is ready to write in either configuration.

The pen is constructed in Brass with a 23Ct. Gold filling and Gold filled 'stack of coins' end studs. The nib is 14Ct. Gold with a medium point.  It is stamped '585M' for 14 Ct. Medium along with 'France' and the Parker 'shield'. The nib can be rotated in the collar to give the optimum writing angle which is retained if the ribbed 'grips' on the section are used to hold the pen.  It writes with a very smooth medium line.

The box is brand new, it is very high quality and will serve well for protection, transport, and display.

The Parker 75 Milleraies is quite a rare and very collectable pen.  It is outrageously attractive and has a great deal of prestige.