A new color, the Conklin All American Old Glory, has just been added to the collection! Conklin Pen Company just released their new All American line earlier this year and have now added a new color. The Old Glory design comes with a marbled resin cap and barrel in what else but red, white and blue with some brown/gold mixed in, perfect for the All American name plate.
The Conklin Pen Company has created some significant and innovative pen designs since they began in 1898. The original All American collection was created in the 1930s and this newly redesigned All American was created, drawing inspiration from the original design.
The Conklin All American is hand made from European high grade resins in an impressive large size but still comfortable to use. The cigar shaped design has a slight taper on the barrel that provides good balance making the All American Collection is ideal for those who want a large pen. The pen is one that stands out in a crowd, but which still stays true to the classic style and feel of the original Conklin design.
The initial redesign was released with three finishes, Sunburst Orange, Tortoise Shell, and the popular Yellowstone. The Conklin All American Old Glory color is a perfect addition to these great finishes. The new All American pens pay homage to the vintage Conklin era and their classic designs.
The Conklin All American Old Glory comes in either fountain pen or twist action ballpoint pen. The All American fountain pen comes in your choice of fine, medium or stub nib. Each two tone nib features the Conklin logo and “Toledo, Ohio, USA” with a special crescent shaped breather hole.
Each Conklin All American pen comes with beautiful presentation box lined with satin material making this pen a great gift idea. The Conklin All American is great for both men or women who love fine writing instruments. Get your Conklin All American Old Glory pen today from Pen Chalet!
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Other Conklin pens that have recently been redesigned include the Conklin Duragraph fountian pen and Conklin Herringbone fountain pen.