7756: Parker Duofold Senior: black hard rubber button-filler, 14.1 cm long, gold filled trim, medium imprint worn but legible, overall condition worn but sound, good milling at ends; big smooth Duofold nib lays down a wet line with no pressure, latent hairline from vent hole appears stable for ordinary use; black hard rubber Duofolds are uncommon.
10134: Parker Duofold Senior Deluxe: big black hard rubber button-filler, 13.9 cm long, gold filled trim, wide cap band has a very thick layer of gold indeed, visible in the engraved monogram, "W. A. R." (name also engraved on barrel, in small cursive font); pen is well-used but sound, medium imprint mostly legible, unobtrusive sealed hairline at top of cap, big nib is a smooth and pleasant writer.
10677: Parker Duofold Senior: classic oversize button-filler, single raised cap band, 13.9 cm long, elegant and less common in black; gold filled trim, small Lucky Curve barrel imprint, spearhead feed with Lucky Curve end intact inside. Massive Duofold nib is a very smooth writer.
10349: Parker Duofold Junior: early black celluloid button-filler with raised single cap band, 11.6 cm long, gold filled trim, good barrel imprint and crisp milling at ends. Extremely smooth Duofold nib, unusual Lucky Curve feed appears to have been machined straight and then bent (see detail).
7502: Parker Duofold Senior: unusual black button-filler, 14 cm long, gold filled trim, appearing to date to c. 1927, but late barrel imprint with 4th quarter 1937 date code indicates factory assembly of older parts (note late imprint on clip, however).
10873: Parker Duofold Senior: classic "Big Red" oversize button-filler, 14 cm long, gold filled trim, massive Duofold nib, strong imprints, crisp cap end milling; increasingly hard to find in top condition.
10144: Parker Duofold Senior: oversize button-filler, 14 cm long, gold filled trim, less common but no less elegant in basic black; nice clean example, would appear at first glance to date to c. 1928-29, but nib imprint with serial number and clip without patent date suggest a factory assembly date in the 1930s. Big Duofold nib has just enough spring to give a bit of shading.
10107: Parker Duofold Juniorette: small burgundy (red pearl and black) streamline button-filler, 11.3 cm long, gold filled trim, earlier Duofold nib with semistub tip, spearhead feed, good barrel imprint, next to no plating wear, cap mark to posting end of barrel, later replacement blind cap.
10648: Parker Lady Duofold Deluxe: Mandarin Yellow streamline ringtop button-filler, 11.8 cm long, gold filled trim, cap lip has been replaced using vintage celluloid, stronger than new and invisible from the outside. Spearhead feed, long-tined Duofold nib opens up with light pressure.
6906: Parker Duofold Senior Deluxe set: black lined pearl button-filler with matching 1.1 mm pencil, gold filled trim, triple bands, pen is 13 cm long with big firm Duofold Deluxe nib, comb feed is a slightly later (later '30s on) upgrade; both pen and pencil bear a personalized inscription with 1934 date, color is notably good, pen has been equipped with a silicone sac to preserve color.
10824: Parker Duofold Junior: jade green streamlined button-filler, 12.1 cm long, gold filled trim, strong imprints, no brassing, typical darkening but still very presentable and a smooth writer.
10133: Parker Duofold Senior: orange streamline button-filler, 13.1 cm long, gold filled trim, late production, with clip lacking patent date, celluloid ends, arrow nib, and comb feed. No barrel imprint, but does not appear to have been worn off: the pen does not show the usual signs of polishing -- all trim is unbrassed, and sharp edges are still sharp. Minor usage marks to barrel, barrel thread hairline has been invisibly repaired, mouth internally sleeved with brass is stronger than new. Nib is smooth and extraordinarily flexible, opening up widely with light pressure.
10666: Parker Duofold set in box: black striped red and silver pearl Vac-filler, 12.2 cm long, matching pencil uses .9 mm lead; good barrel imprints with 1st quarter date codes on both pen and pencil, though nib code is 1948 and thus a replacement or exchange; fine barrel transparency, lively nib.
7371: Parker Duofold ballpoint: black and pearl, gold plated trim, made in UK, "T" date code, foil hang tag on clip; in black-finished American maple box within cardboard outer box, including instructions and 1990-dated Platinum Club booklet.
6567: Parker Israel's 50th Duofold Centennial: numbered limited edition of only 500 pieces, in a cherrywood box with inset bronze commemorative medal with matching number; complete with all original packaging and paperwork; we were fortunate enough to acquire a small cache of these very scarce Duofolds, including some with sequential numbers.