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Parker 75 AMERICANA Fountain Pen, pewter facsimile writing stand, 1976  

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PARKER 75 Americana Limited Edition Bicentennial Commemorative Fountain Pen with Pewter Replica Writing Stand


United States



Pewter fountain pen, captop cabochon made of wood from Independence Hall. Medium 14K gold nib. Created in 1976, to commemorate the Bicentennial, the Americana was one of the first limited edition pens. Housed in a pewter display box replicating a Colonial American writing stand; these boxes were hand-produced by famed Massachusetts silversmiths Reed & Barton. Only a small number of these stands were made. Outer box, velveteen bag, wood display box, pewter display box with two hinged lids, metal plaque, booklet. Limited Edition: 5015/10,000. Excellent condition, a few light surface marks.

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