The 1930s Art Deco Parker Vacumatic fountain pen was launched in 1933.  The pen was originally named the Golden Arrow, a reference to the new arrow clip that would go on to become a Parker trademark.  The Vacumatics featured alternating horizontal bands of pearlescent and clear celluloid. These clear bands allowed the user to see the level of ink in the barrel.
The 1930s Art Deco Parker Vacumatic fountain pen was launched in 1933. The pen was originally named the Golden Arrow, a reference to the new arrow clip that would go on to become a Parker trademark. The Vacumatics featured alternating horizontal bands of pearlescent and clear celluloid. These clear bands allowed the user to see the level of ink in the barrel.