go site posted in Parker: Greetings all, I was looking over my Parker 51 Aerometric out of Parker ran date codes on their pens until in the US. In mid Parker began marking most pens and pencils with a date code, both the barrel and the nibs were marked, but lacking a date code doesn't.
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Help , dating Parker 51 pen I've got two 21s, beautiful workhorses of a bygone era. Dedicated to the pink tiger stripe and the man behind it.
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July 1st, 6. Help , dating Parker 51 pen Check the barrel of the pen near the silver trim ring.
I looked on both sides of the clip, all around the base of the cap, inside the base of the cap and all around the aerometric filler, which says PARKER 51, squeeze 4 times, use only Superchrome ink, etc. Can't find any date codes??? Looked for older dots and dashes and couldn't find any; looked for the newer letters and numbers and still couldn't find any.
All the best, Sean Edited by S. Colfer, 05 February - The clutch ring is the ring between the barrel and the section. So basically, look along the open edge of the barrel when the barrel is unscrewed.
A lot of times the imprints are warn pretty thin, so it might be tough to find Good Luck on your hunt, Brian. Member - Gold 3, posts Location: Irony is not lost on INFJ's--in fact,they revel in it. Phil Edited by philm, 05 February - If your pen does not have one, you can always narrow the date range by the details given here.
All the best, Sean. Tom A veteran is someone who wrote a blank check Made payable to 'The United States of America ' for an amount of 'up to and including my life.
Wishing I was in AK I don't know the changes listed in the chronology to date the second Very cool though, my gold nibbed 51 special was made in 50, as long as the body was not a swap out The colors match purfectly so I doubt they where. May be, but if the filler of your pen says "Superchrome ink" then you can narrow the year up to Sometimes, being a jackass is what I do best.
I can date it using the Superchrome ink tag. We know the Superchrome tag was removed after '57; so mine was made sometime between 55 and Maybe I have a '57 I wonder if that's anything like having a '57 Chevy?! I have no problem being wrong,Tom John You're not the only one But I didn't even get the t-shirt Edited by OldGriz, 07 February - Vancouver, BC Canada Flag: Member - Gold posts Location: Mark There are a couple of opposing theories on that one, Mark. I once owned a Canadian-made 51 with the unusual clip that had the blue diamond riding on top of the clip where it bends.
It was a model,single-jeweled,with the stamp under the clutch ring reading,"Made in Canada". I would assume that if it doesn't read "Made in Canada" in the imprint,the chances are good that the parts were shipped to Canada where it was put together. Shire Middle Earth Flag: What David is referring to is Parker date codes in general My comment is specific to the Parker Neither site is wrong Parker used the same date coding system for all their pens until sometime in the mid-later s.