The Parker 75 was first introduced in 1963 and was designed for the high end of the market. It became Parkers most succesful model in terms of revenue generation and lasted well in to the 1980's before being laid to rest.
This is one of the range of Lacquered pens introduced in the late 1970's, it was made in France and is finished in one of the most iconic finishes applied to any pen, Lapis Lazuli, which first appeared on the Duofold Streamline back in the 1930's.
The set consists of a Fountain pen with a smooth medium nib and a Ball pen, probably rarer and more desirable than the Fountain pen!!
They are both in excellent condition with no chips to the lacquer and no wear to the gold plate. They are supplied in their original Parker box complete with the insurance documentation and instructions.
We are very lucky here at Vintage Fountain Pens Ltd as we are able to continue to run the business from home. However we are taking every precaution to ensure that we all remain safe, all envelopes are new and come from sealed packaging, all pens and accessories are kept in sealed cupboards until required and all work areas are disinfected on a daily basis. We are still taking in repairs and, as long as the Post Office is open, we are able to turn them round very quickly. Let us hope that we get on top of this virus very quickly and we can all get back to normal. Thank you for your continued support.