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Conklin Pens Conklin Pens
The Conklin Pen Company was established in Toledo, Ohio in 1898 and is regarded as one of the most significant and innovative manufacturers from the golden era of fountain pens. Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens) endorsed the Conklin Crescent Filler in 1903 and became a spokesman for the company. The Conklin Pen Company flourished in the 20ís, 30ís, and 40ís but eventually shut down U.S. operations in 1955. In 2000 the Conklin brand was revived by an American pen enthusiast with headquarters in New Jersey.

Classic Conklin patterns such as the Crescent Filler, Duragraph (1923), Nozac (1932), Glider and All American (1940ís), valued by collectors worldwide, have been brought back to life with modern production techniques and new and exciting materials.

All American
All American
Endura
Endura
Herringbone
Herringbone
Word Gauge
Word Gauge