Mark Twain is celebrated here via a pen the great writer himself appreciated dearly. Conklin patented the Crescent Filler mechanism soon after they established in Toledo, Ohio and it soon became a favourite of Twain's who went on to become the company's official spokesman in 1903.
In addition to Twain's appreciation of the filling mechanism he found another benefit to the design, stating "Also, I prefer it because it is a profanity saver, it cannot roll off the desk".
Four resin finishes evoke great models of the past and a special limited edition clear demonstrator model completes the collection. Hand-made in Italy, the fountain pens use the revolutionary filling mechanism, feature Conklin's spring loaded rocker clip and are engraved with Twain's signature around the band.
The cushion point steel nib is available in 5 widths.