National Geographic : 1970 Sep
Parker makes a case for its point A case of sterling silver. A case with balanced weight-so you don't have to "lean" on the point. A case with a grip that's contoured and ribbed-to show your fingers where to hold. So every time you pick it up, you hold the pen comfortably, the same way. Which brings us to the point. It's the only point on any pen that turns to the angle you want it to have, and stays there. So whenever you hold the pen in your hand, the point lies flat on the paper. To let you write .E smoother than Syou ever could before. And that's our whole case. PARKER 75 THESTERLINGSILVERPARKER75 IS $25. WITHMATCHING PENCILOR BALLPEN,$40. OTHERPARKERPENSTOOWNORGIVE,FROMTHE $1.98 JOTTERBALLPENTOTHE $150 PRESIDENTIAL FOUNTAIN PEN.