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I have reposted Jeff Mulliken's post on Parker production figures by gauge (1869-1942) as an announcement. I don't want this one to get lost.
Of particular note, besides the ebb and flow of the gauges, is the fact that more 16's were produced than 20's, by a fairly wide margin; 27,867 vs. 20,155.
This is good stuff, thank you Jeff.
Here's the post:
Here is a link to a neat set of figures of Parker production by gauge broken up into 5 year increments. It gives a clear picture of production and customer demand for the different gauges as it evolved over the years:
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