Size: Capped - 128mm; posted - 154mm.
This glossy burgundy marbled celluloid Victory resembles somewhat a Streamlined Duofold in style. Made in England for only a couple of years from approx. 1939 to 1941, this pen is in excellent condition with just some plating wear to cap band and the pocket clip ball. These pens nearly always have this wear here for some reason. You will probably hardly even notice it. The cap has a large black top button that holds on the gold filled Parker washer-style pocket clip. The button has faded in colour over the years to a dark brown. The clip has a ball at the bottom and "PARKER" inscribed down the shank. There is a single gold filled band at the cap lip. The tapered barrel end blind cap unscrews smoothly to reveal the original brass filling button. The barrel imprint is rather faint but can be made out using a loupe and the nib is an excellent Parker Newhaven in 14 carat gold. It has a fine width point.
I have fully serviced this pen. The nib is very smooth writes beautifully with a good fine width line.