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Innovation AND tradition 

Parker has continually introduced more innovative products than any other manufacturer over the last 130 years.  In 1889 the Lucky Curve ink feed was introduced. In 1931 Quink quick drying ink eliminated the need for blotting. In 1941 the most widely purchased fountain pen was the Parker 51. In the 19602 Parker put a ballpoint in every hand with its click-top Jotter.  Recently they introduced 5th General writing technology. Parker, a magical company that combines innovation and tradition. 

  • Parker Duofold Classic

    Pen pollsters

    Even back in the early 20th Century there were pollsters. There were blindfolded "taste" tests. And these trials were not related to politics or food. They were related to fountain pens. And "8 Men out of 10 Picked the Duofold" over ten other competitors. The more times change, the more things remain the same. These historic Duofold Classic fountain pens, rollerballs and ballpoints would still be a top selection in today's world of fine writing.

  • Parker Duofold Prestige

    "…what I have needed all my life."

    Back in the early 20th Century, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote that about his Parker Duofold. The details on these new Parker Duofold Prestige fountain pens, rollerballs and ballpoints would have astonished even Sherlock Holmes. Parker has taken its Roaring Twenties pen design and given it today's most popular finishes. The new Duofold Prestige Chevron is steel-based and comes is black with Ruthenium trim or blue with gold trim. The Duofold Metallic is brass-based and chiseled with a circular design in Ruthenium, then trimmed in a nickel palladium. The detailing makes the Metallic just slightly more expensive. Each pen arrives in a deluxe gift box worthy of this centenarian.

  • Parker IM Core

    "Perfect for any Servicemen!"

    In the 1940s, many families were faced with shipping holiday gifts overseas for brave friends and family serving in the armed services. Many Parker ads prompted Parker pen gifting. It was an excellent choice back then, as it still is today. The totally redesigned IM Core collection is a great gift -- the multiple color and trim options, all of which engrave beautifully. Just pick out a fountain pen, rollerball or ballpoint in their favorite color; add some special words of encouragement or a name and rank; then order plenty of refills to keep their letters coming.

  • Parker Ingenuity Luxury

    Don't strain your muscles

    In 1932, fountain pen users (that was everyone) were reminded that Parker pens ask, "…no one to strain his muscles and exert his mind to do its job of writing." The newest Parker writing technology, 5th Generation, still, "Does Everything but Your Thinking…" and it is cleaner, more simple and more versatile than many modern fountain pens. A shining stainless steel "hood' covers the hard-wearing refill tip which is fed liquid ink just like a fountain pen. The new Parker 5th Generation Ingenuity Collection features two sizes: large and slim. Each size has three different finishes.

  • Parker Jotter Premium

    "Stamp out Jotter snitching!"

    This was apparently quite pervasive in 1966, as Parker advertised how to cure a Jotter Snitcher. Their remedy still works today – get plenty of these beautiful new Jotter Premium click-top ballpoints so you always have one at hand. Aluminum barrels have replaced plastic, some are patterned and some are plain. These new earthy colors make these Jotter Premiums another collector's item. Order enough for yourself and every Jotter Snitcher you know.

  • Parker Premier

    Time-sensitive terminology

    "Aero-Metric", "Permanite", "Lustraloy" – all terms used throughout the years to describe Parker Pen innovations. Modern adjectives are "large capacity", "durable" and "lustrous" and the new Parker Premier collection applies them all. For fountain pen users, it is all in the nib. These new Premier Custom and Black Lacquer models have 18k gold nibs coated to match the trim. Just as in the past, they have "Pressureless Touch" and are "jewel smooth". The latest Premier updates include new finishes and patterns in Ruthenium and grey or red. All two-piece Premiers, including the popular Black Lacquer models, now have a screw-on cap, as well as updated trim and nib designs.

  • Parker Sonnet Core

    Love Sonnet

    Create your own poetry with a Sonnet from Parker. Multiple layers of rich red, blue or black lacquer coat this long-lived, balanced design. Black Sonnets are offered in matte powder-coating or glossy lacquer. Feelings will flow from the heart and the steel nib on your fountain pen. The capped Sonnet rollerball lays down consistent lines with a fine or medium point refill and the twist-top Sonnet ballpoint has infinite options to make it write just like you love.

  • Parker Sonnet Premium

    "It's the thought that counts."

    Parker has always found this to be "A sentiment as true in making pens as giving them." These two new offerings in the Parker Sonnet Premium collection are no exception. Fountain pens have 17 different pieces, assembled and a checked by hand. The rollerballs and ballpoints have equal attention to detail. Select from the popular Brown Rubber Sonnet Prestige or the Sterling Silver and Black series. Parker put thought behind the design and execution, just so you can comfortably put your thoughts to paper.

  • Parker Sonnet Sterling

    "...peculiarly your own…"

    "…as your favorite pair of slippers!" Let's go back to 1963. A fine writing instrument was important as keeping your toes warm. Parker introduced the first Sonnet Cisele fountain pen during this time. A symbol of good taste which has endured over the years. Today Parker introduces some subtle changes to this iconic fountain pen, rollerball and ballpoint. The historic Cisele finish has a new clip design and center band. Most notably, a brand new Purple Matrix option, trimmed in rose gold, has joined the sterling collection. Let's go back in time, with a new twist perhaps?

  • Parker Urban Premium

    "Dollars can't measure…"

    "…the pride it brings…" Devoted Parker Pen fans have known this for many, many years. They also know that Parker updates its designs every few years. This year it is the Urban fountain pen, rollerball and ballpoint that have received the most drastic makeover. The extreme curves are now more subtle, but the basic ergonomics remain as well as the grid pattern on the pearl and ebony models. New powdered silver and gold finishes will become bestsellers too. Parker proves you don't have to spend hundreds to have your fine writing instrument make a meaningful personal statement.

  • Parker Ballpoints

    Parker ballpoint pens are a one-piece twist to deploy design. The Parker ballpoint pen will accept an extremely broad selection of ballpoint refill technologies: standard ballpoint ink, GEL ballpoint ink, Liquid ballpoint ink as well as the Easy Flow technology from Schmidt. Some ballpoint ink choices come in as many as eight colors.
  • Parker Fountain Pens

    Parker offers a wide variety of fountain pens in classic to new tech designs. Parker fountain pens are usually sold in fine and medium nibs, but a few models are available with a medium nib only. Parker offers fountain pens in both steel and gold nibs. All Parker fountain pens will accept Parker ink cartridges or can be used with a Parker converter and bottled ink.
  • Parker Rollerballs

    Parker rollerball pens feature a separate cap and body design available in a wide range of collections. Your Parker rollerball pen will accept Parker rollerball refills available with a fine or medium point, as well as a specially designed Monteverde refill.

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