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Parker 51 Premium Pen: Fountain $69, Ballpoint $49 + Delivery ($0 with eBay Plus) @ Peter's of Kensington eBay


Parker has been dedicated to crafting fine writing instruments for 130 years.

The Parker 51 Premium Fountain Pen – a reimagining of a classic design. The signature streamlined silhouette and unique hooded nib create a smooth and reliable writing experience. The barrel is crafted from precious resin in heritage colours, complemented by gold trims. The cap is beautifully engraved with contemporary patterns inspired by modern architecture—setting it off - with the Park gold-plated arrow clip.

Made in France.
Crafted from stainless steel & precious resin.
Glossy finish barrel.
Gold-plated trims.
Stainless steel gold plated medium, hooded nib
Gold and stainless-steel architecturally etched cap.
Signature Parker arrow clip.
Delivers smooth, reliable ink flow.
Includes blue and black ink cartridges
Beautifully presented in a Parker gift box.

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Free delivery with eBayPlus

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  • I have an old one of these. A great classic fountain pen. A shame they're now using cartridges rather than an internal bladder.

    • You can get a converter but yeah cartridges are both a waste and far fewer ink options. The cartridge inks are good quality though.

      • +1

        I tried converters for a different pen and disliked them (personal preference).

        Good ink versus bad ink: I always went with a bottle of Quink. I'm not sure how that rates but I was always happy with it.

        I've not used my fountain pen for a while. Time to get it out now! 😀

        • the bottle of Quink is the same as the cartridges. Solid ink with great flow but inoffensive.

      • Refill a cartridge with a blunt tip syringe

      • What about this converter

        • doesn't seem like a genuine converter as the tip is transparent but the original one is black

    • +1

      I have two vintage 51's - a Vacumatic from 1947 and a mid-50's Aerometric that used to belong to my Mum. Both are excellent pens, but I'm keen to see what the modern interpretation of these are like

      • the new one will bring disappointment

  • +1

    I love a good pen. These are nice, thanks OP

  • Do people still use fountain pens nowadays?

    • +4

      There's dozens of us!

      • +11


        • +3

          So many people will never know the pleasure of finding the right paper, pen (and nib size) and ink combo.

          It’s a shame :(

          • @Larsson: Cries missing my old Parker pen/ink/page combo. Surprised they don't come with "internal bladder".

    • +1

      Yes! How else can you try out all those pretty inks?

      (I said that out loud, didn't I…)

  • Be cheaper if walking and buying in the shop?

  • +1

    "Sell me this pen."

    • +1

      Are you traumatised from a past job interview by this question?

    • err uhh well you know… the things about this pen… uhh, its a really good pen

    • read this review:…

      Return to this deal and decide if it's worth it.

    • Write your name.
      Can I have the pen back?
      No, But I'll sell it to you…

  • +1

    Fountain pens are no good for us left handers. I had to use one for school and swear it caused my shocking hand writing to this day. There were none of those 90 degree hook nibs in those days

    • Have you tried bladder paper? I think Reddit had some good advice for left handed fountain pen lovers.

  • +1

    Ah the nostalgia. I can’t look at this pen without seeing an ink stain alongside it. Ink inside the cap, on the smooth grip area, and inevitably in the pencil case / shirt pocket / wherever.

    Maybe there’s a Rorschach test somewhere that can help me get to the bottom of this

  • +1

    Thanks, ordered. Already have around 10 found pens, but always wanted a Parker 51 with hooded nib.

  • +1

    I'm such a hipster I'm using quills.

    • Hahaha we have a quill and ink as well. To try learn calligraphy

  • +1


    • All of the pens are currently available, except for the green one.

  • Gen Z: How do I use this on my iPad?

  • Good for tax deduction

  • +1

    Back in stock, grabbed myself one. Thanks OP

  • +1

    Huge fan of vintage 51's. Very disappointed at the modern re-release in that they essentially re-used a Jotter nib and couldn't even pull off a real hooded nib design.

    At release it is overpriced and a sad reflection of the original; however, $69 is much more palatable and worthy of giving it a chance. Thanks OP!

  • +1

    This is a Lamy 2000 style pen for a fraction of the cost. Good deal. But I'll passiton for now as I have enough.
    Green is back in stock

    • Green Sold out now

    • +1

      They’re both fountain pens, sure, but the Lamy 2000 has a gold nib, this doesn’t. It’s not comparable.

      • Yeah true . It's more design wise with hidden nib

  • +1

    Got one just now. It just doesn't stand against the parker Standard. Too unpleasant to write with. Returning.

    • +1

      I'm still waiting for mine and am disappointed to hear it's not satisfactory.

  • Arrived in the mail and found it came with converter. It didn’t come with any cartridges. Is that how everyone received theirs?

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