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    Default Selection of Parker Pens

    Hi all,
    I am delighted I found this site and extremely grateful for all replies.
    As you may know I am new to this scene and have become intrigued
    I have spotted a collected for sale for 50 but I am not 1000% sure on the exact models included if someone could point me in the right direction
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    Default Re: Selection of Parker Pens

    I think you're going to need to learn how to use this: Automated Parker Identification Systems.
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    Default Re: Selection of Parker Pens

    That's a fantastic site isn't it! And after a while you recognise the usual ones... though Parker Mixy threw me the first time I found one.

    Of course, some people would say that APIS is a load of bull :-)

    (Egyptologists will understand)

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    What are the correct hieroglyphs to convey "Groan"?
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    Default Re: Selection of Parker Pens

    I thought that apis was latin.

    When I was young, I was told of a shard of pottery found, bearing the inscription "itis apis potand abigone".

    But seriously, thank you Grainweevil. I can see an evening or two coming up exploring the Parker pen site.

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