Size: Capped - 137mm; posted - 160mm.
A glossy green Victory Mk. V. The condition is excellent with no damage that I can see at all. It doesn't appear to have been used much at all as it still has a partial factory-applied chalk mark on the barrel. Barrel and cap are both glossy with no splits, cracks or chips or even any noticeable scratches. The rolled gold trim is all bright and shiny. The cap has a green conical top "jewel" with a rolled gold Parker arrow pocket clip and "deco" engraved cap band. The barrel imprint is still complete though typically shallow. The barrel unscrews to reveal the Aerometric filler. This is also in very good condition. In common with all early Aerometric pens, the filler is chrome plated. The original pliglass ink sac is still present and still nice and supple. It has nearly all of its original transparency, with just a tiny bit of staining at the very end. The nib is a shiny Parker No. 10 in 14-carat gold in a fine point. The white paperboard box is also in very good condition with just very minor corner wear. Edges and base a covered in gold coloured board, and inside the pad is made from a white satin material; this does have some faint brown ager marking to it.
I have fully serviced this pen. The nib is very smooth to write with and produces a wet, fine width line. .