But to reach a 93% visual accuracy compared to traditional gold plating, Parker uses a 3 micrometer layer of which 0.4 micrometer is 14K gold.
Spanish-speaking employers and employees in the 50 states and other U. territories may print this for their reference, but may only complete the form in English to meet employment eligibility verification requirements. For very heavy lines on the down stroke and medium lines on the side stroke 14k 73 74 Fine Oblique Italic right hand 18k 75 Medium Right Oblique 14k 75 Medium Oblique Italic right hand 18k 76 Broad Oblique Italic right hand 18k 77 Fine Oblique Italic left hand 18k 78 Medium Oblique Italic left hand 18k 79 Broad Oblique Italic left hand 18k 79 Medium Left Oblique-For those who slant the pen when they write. Designed for people who hold the pen with very little slant 14k 71 72 Extra Broad Stub-Parkers widest stub point. In mid 1934 Parker began marking most pens and pencils with a date code, both the barrel and the nibs were marked, but lacking a date code doesn't necessarily mean that the pen was made pre-1935, since many imprints have been worn off with use. Hence a "47" marking on a 1930's pen indicate that the pen was produced in the fourth quarter of 1937, not 1947, which is a common misconception.