Name: Parker Falcon 50 Fountain pen
Maker: Parker, UK - c1980s
Colour: Gold Insignia Pattern
Material: Rolled Gold
Nib: Unitary Nib - Medium
Filling System: Parker Cartridge / Parker Ink Converter Compatible
Condition: Near Mint
The Parker Falcon, officially known as the Parker 50 - was introduced in 1979 and was a development of the earlier T1 model which featured a titanium body. The T1 failed because of the high production costs but the Falcon was made from more conventional materials and was an immediate success. The unitary nib from the T1 was retained and the pen's looks brought it wide acclaim
The pen comes boxed in its original hard case, with sliding perspex lid. The pen has been fully serviced and is ready to write. A superb example of this sleek iconic pen in Insignia pattern.
There are no imperfections to note, no chips cracks or engravings. The pen has some minor surface wear around the grip section and nib unit, the gold plating is in superb condition, free of dings and imperfections. The case shows wear throughout including marks to the lid.