In 2021, 100 years will have passed since the launch of the iconic Parker Duofold pen, and to celebrate this milestone, Parker is publishing its annual special edition Parker Duofold 100th. The limited edition is a celebration of elegance, the extraordinary craftsmanship of the Parker brand and the pioneering spirit of the brand's founder George S. Parker. Duofold is celebrating 100 years during which he managed unreal things - for example, the famous experiment with falling from a plane from a height of 915 meters, which was to confirm its indestructibility. Duofold also has many famous users and has been to many historical events. Sir Arthur C. Doyle wrote books with him about Sherlock Holmes, and Boris Yeltsin and George Bush signed an agreement with Duofold in 1992 to reduce START II's strategic weapons. The Parker Duofold 100th is an annual special edition that represents more than 130 years of Parker's innovative and craft skills and is unique in its design.
The larger fountain pen, body and cap made of several thin layers of diffusely bound rare resin create striking colored stripes. Shiny black resin grip. The top of lids made of gold leaf with engraving of the 100th anniversary. The rings on the lid, typical of Duofold, are made of gold leaf. Iconic clip in the shape of an arrow plated with gold. Tip made of 18 carat gold (fineness Au 750/1000) with a decorative engraving of ace of aces and the centenary, partially plated with rhodium.
- screw cap
- the Centennial fountain pen is equipped with a two-channel ink supply system to the pen tip
- inside the pen is a gold-plated De Luxe converter for filling the pen with ink from a bottle
- possibility to use Quink ink cartridges
- package contains 5 pieces of black ink cartridges
Comes in a luxury gift box.