Here is the famous Parker Duofold Lucky Curve orange pen. It is from the 1920s and is in perfect condition. The orange covering is made from hard rubber. The clip says Parker. The barrel of the pen says George S. Parker duofold fountain pen, the second line says Janesville, Wis. USA, Pat 4/25/1911. This was a revolutionary pen. George Parker was a teacher who sold pens to his students. He then tried to repair the pens as they broke frequently. He soon discovered the he could make a living making and improving pens. After many attempts he came up with the Lucky Curve Fountain pen. It did not leak and had a gold nib. The ink did not effect the gold nib nor run out the point. This is a the beginning of modern fountain pens. This pen belonged to my Dad or my Uncle. I'm sure it was purchased in the 20s. It has been is storage for many years and is in perfect condition. It is a great addition to a collection or one to use yourself.
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