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Montblanc Snake Clip solid silver with precious stone eyes, RED, BLU, or Green.** Massiv Silber mit blauen saphir Augen. Zustand: Jahr: 2012
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Glossar Letter P

Pastel
Pastel
Pastel
in the late '20s Parker introduced a line of small pastel colored pens. In the '50s Esterbrook made a line of pastel purse pens. Both are today referred to as pastels.
Patrician
Patrician
Patrician
a large high end pen from Waterman, introduced in 1929. They were a very art deco styled pen and are highly valued by collectors today. A smaller lady's pen was added called the Lady Patricia.
Patronenfüller
Cartridge filler
Penna a cartuccia
While there were some very early ink cartridge systems, generally the cartridge filler is considered a late fountain pen development in reaction the quick and easy refilling methods of the new ballpoints. It is standard in many contemporary pens, often found together with a more traditional piston converter insert.
Permanite
Permanite
Permanite
The name Parker gave to its early celluoid. Parker made its first plastic pens in late 1926.
Personal Point
Personal Point
Personal Point
a nib/section assembly introduced by Wahl in 1929. It permitted the nib and feed to be screwed out of the section and replaced in a minute.
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
Peter Pan
a very small novelty pen made by Salz in the '20s and '30s. They came in a variety of decorative finishes and as either eyedropper or lever-fillers.
Pfannenfeder
Nibsizes: Pan Nib or Flat Tip
A tip, shaped like a pan, that flatly meets the paper. Pan nib styles are found with steel dip pens, but e.g. Pelikan as well did offer offer the S nib - Scheibenfeder (= disc) - similar in design the the pan nib.
Pfeilclip
Arrow clip
freccia
Parker's arrow logo first appeared on the clip of the Golden Arrow, the forerunner of the Vacumatic. The arrow was used on most subsequent Parker clips and also on nibs and other parts.
PFM
PFM
PFM
Sheaffer's popular "Pen For Men." A large snorkel-filler, the PFM came in eight grades. It also featured an inlaid nib. PFMs are highly valued by collectors and by those who uses vintage pens because it is such an excellent performer."
Plunger Filler oder Vacuumfüller
Plunger Filler
Plunger Filler
uses a moving gasket in the barrel similar to the piston but is operated by pumping a rod. The system was used on Sheaffer and Wahl pens in the '30s. They are difficult to restore and pens with these systems are considered somewhat less valuable than their lever-filling counterparts.
Pyralin
Pyralin
Pyralin
Wahl's name for the early plastic used in their first plastic pens. Practically celluloid