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480,00 €
Aurora Primavera set of 4 pens, r.b. 4 pcs Set, Fountain pen, roller, Ballpoint and pencil green marbled resin Nibsize: 18 M Medium tip Condition: m/boxed/papers Year: 1998
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Glossar Letter L

Ladies' pen
Ladys´ Pen
Ladies' pen
Any of a number of small pens designed for women, usually with ringtops for chains or ribbons. Ladies' pens have become increasingly collectible, but still represent a good value in the vintage pen market.
Lapis
Lapis
Lapis
A blue color similar to lapis lazuli, a natural stone, introduced by Parker in 1927. There are patterns Lapis Blue on Blue and Blue on white.
LaPlume
LaPlume
LaPlume
a French-made Parker, small in size and shaped like a small 51 but with an exposed nib and a threaded cap. These are rare and considerably more valuable than their appearance might suggest.
lever box
Small rectangular box inserted into the pen barrel & held in place by tabs. The lever was then pinned to the box. Much more practical design & much easier to repair than earlier levers which were pinned directly in to the pen barrel.
Leverfiller
Hebelfüller
a leva
Introduced by Sheaffer in 1912, the lever presses against a pressure bar which depresses a sac to fill the pen. Lever-fillers became the dominant fill mechanism for Sheaffer, Wahl and Waterman from the '10s through the '30s.
leverless
Introduced by Swan pens, A pen which does not use a lever to fill. Instead, a metal bar inside squeezes the bladder when a turning knob at the barrel´s end is operated.
LF
lever fill
Lifetime
Lifetime
Lifetime
Sheaffer was first on the bandwagon to offer a lifetime guarantee and used the term to designate both pens and nibs. Initially, the term was used only on the nib, but soon after the white dot was added to the pen body.
liquid lead
Liquid graphite used by Parker ball points.
LL
liquid lead
Lockdown filler
Lockdown filler
Lockdown filler
on Parker's early vacumatics, the filler plunger locked in the downward position with a twist enabling the blind cap to be small.
Lucky Curve
Lucky Curve
Lucky Curve
Parker patented a curved feed in 1894, which supposedly carried excess ink from the nib back to the reservoir preventing leakage. It became a logo for Parker until 1929.
Lustraloy
Lustraloy
Lustraloy
Parker's name for brushed stainless steel used in the caps of 51s and later, 21s.
lustraloy
Parker's stainless steel alloy pen caps.