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The smart new arrow clip was fixed to the top with a handsome jewel screw, and a similar bit of trim was found on the blind caps of most of the earlier Vac models (the arrow clip and top jewel would remain a Parker hallmark through the 1970s).
The points had a "golden arrow" engraving, set off (in earlier models) by two-tone plating.
Parker Duofolds of the later 1930s often had Vacumatic fillers, like this example that boasts the Speedline filler button.
The design changed more radically in the 1940s, when the second world war made more pressing demands on aluminum; the third generation plastic fillers came into use in the 1940s.
The second generation pens (1937-1941) became more diverse in style.