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Conklin Mark Twain Crescent Filler Red Chase Gold Trim Fountain Pen

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$223.89
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CK71158
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Product Description

In celebration of Conklin's innovative design and Mark Twain's passion for the Crescent Filling fountain pen, we are pleased to launch the Mark Twain Crescent Filler collection. An exact replica of the original Conklin Crescent Filler dating back to the early 1900s.

The Crescent Filler is famous for its easy-to-fill reservoir. To fill your fountain pen, simply press the crescent on the barrel to empty the rubber bladder inside; as the crescent is released, ink flows back into the bladder.

Offered in a choice of five finishes, from the simple conservative to the bright and cheerful, or downright flamboyant hand made resins, each Crescent Filler fountain pen is well made, high quality, and makes for an affordable fine writing instrument.

The Crescent Filler is accented with Gold plated trim, and is engraved with a Rick-Rack chase design, a replica of the original Conklin vintage pen engravings, reminiscent of the famous 'C' of the Conklin name and logo.

Available in a choice of Fine, Medium or Stub nib grades, the Crescent Filler offers the ideal choice for your individual handwriting style.

Each Conklin fine writing instrument is housed in a luxury gift presentation box lined with luxury satin. Ideal as a perfect gift for yourself or a loved one, this model is the the right size for both men and women who use fine writing instruments in their daily professional lives.

System: Fountain pen uses crescent filling system

Nib type: Steel iridium nib

Conditions: New in box with original international warranty and packaging

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