Vintage Pens: Parker Vacumatic
Vintage Pens: 1908 Parker Vacumatic
Parker spent millions designing the ultimate "sacless" fountain pen when it invented the Parker Vacumatic. The research and design paid off with a pen that had a hollow barrel and a diaphragm to fill it with more ink than any competitor's pen. The art deco styling was cutting edge. We have fully restored this "major-sized" vintage pen with a new diaphragm. The cap and barrel show some moderate wear, but the barrel also has incredible clarity. You will always know how much ink is left in it. The blue diamond clip meant it had a warranty for the lifetime of its original owner. The clear imprint on this pen states it was made in 1946. It's 14k gold nib writes a firm fine line. 12.8cm capped.