Dating descriptions for women
Some collectors speculate that the ones without a datecode are really pre-production models from 1940.Another explanation may be that they were never dated or that the datecode wore off (on most instances the datecode is lightly imprinted to begin with).They can be easily distinguished from later production by several unique characteristics.All pens of this period are double jewels, meaning that they have a decorative "jewel" at the top of the cap and at the end of the barrel.The imprint on the majority of these pens is at the end of the barrel, near the decorative "jewel", all in one line.They may or may not have a "1" datecode after the imprint.As they wore, and due to the softness of the material, they became shiny and lost the machining lines. The clips on "first year" pens are also rather unique.They actually resemble the Parker Vacumatic clips in use at the time.
In addition, I have been able to inspect a demonstrator with the "1" imprint by the clutch ring and a rounded blindcap.It is also rather common to find "first year" pens with just a barrel aluminum jewel and a plastic cap jewel.It seems as it Parker ran out of cap jewels first, and continued production with whatever was available. Finn and Porter (located in the Embassy Suites Hotel) 900 10th Street NW Washington, DC 20001 Within 0.3 mile of Metro Center Metro Station.We have arranged with the venue to provide 3 hour valet parking to anybody at our event who purchases two drinks or other items from the bar or restaurant (subject to availability).
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On very early examples, the filler will not have the diamond struck at the end of the brass button.