Roy Conklin from Toledo, Ohio Formed the self filling fountain pen company in 1898 after inventing his unique Crescent filling System. By 1907 the Company had been transformed into the Conklin Pen Manufacturing Company.
By the 1920’s the company had grown to become one of the big four US Pen manufacturers still offering the extremely successful Crescent filling system
When sales began to decline the Company offered lever fill pens in addition to crescent fillers and by the Late 20’s many different models in beautiful colours were being produced.
The 30’s saw superb models including Nozacs in unique patterns and finishes much sought after by collectors
By the Later 30’s it was almost over for Conklin due to it’s economic problems. It was sold to a syndicate who produced uninteresting low cost models until the late 40’s
Early Conklin 211 L Crescent filler in Chased Hard Rubber In Remarkable Near MINT Condition. Fitted with the original 14kt gold full flex Wet noodle nib giving a superb writing style. See writing sample in picture gallery below
Extremely Rare Conklin in Greek Key Pattern Gold fill. Lever fill. In Perfect condition but with a few scuff marks on the top of the cap and barrel. Fitted with the original 18kt gold full flex, wet noodle fine tipped nib giving a wonderful writing style.
Stunning Conklin Standard Size Endura in Dark Verde with gold filled trim. In Near MINT Condition. Lever fill. Fitted with the original 14kt gold medium tipped, super smooth nib
Conklin Glider in Striated Brown with gold filled trim. In Perfect condition but with some plate loss on the lever and clip.. Lever fill. Fitted with a later twin tone semi flex medium tipped nib. Full size pen measuring 133 mm long capped