Size: Capped - 129mm; posted - 141mm.
A very nice example of the most uncommon of the Slimfolds. The "New" Slimfold looks outwardly almost identical to the Parker 45, but sports a screw-on cap. It was introduced late in 1971, and was discontinued in 1975, so it only had a short production run and is very difficult to find today. This pen is in excellent condition with no damage noted, and to me it looks likely that it has never actually been used. Both barrel and cap are lovely and glossy, and the chrome plated trim is all in lovely bright condition. The cap has a chrome plated top button, with a chrome plated Parker arrow pocket clip. The cap has a narrow chrome plated lip band. The barrel unscrews to allow the fitting of either a standard Parker ink cartridge or, if you prefer bottled ink, you can use a standard Parker ink converter (not included). The nib is made from 14 carat gold and has a medium width point.
I have fully serviced this pen. It writes very well, producing a very smooth, wet medium width line
A rather unusual pen in beautiful condition.