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The Conklin Pen Company was established in 1898 and is regarded as one of the most significant and innovative manufactures from the golden era of fountain pens. Having produced such models as the Crescent Filler (Mark Twain's [Samual Clemens] pen of choice), Endura, Nozac and Glider, Conklin fountain pens are valued by collectors and admired by pen enthusiasts throughout the world. The Conklin Pen Co. has recently changed hands and is now under new distribution. The Current styles below feature newly produced Conklin pens while the discontinued styles are of older manufacture.

Current Styles

Mark Twain Crescent Collection
Replica of the original Conklin crescent filler used and promoted by Mark Twain.

Endura Pens
Based on the originally released model in 1924, the new Endura has all the aesthetic design features which made this pen such a timeless classic.

Glider Pens
Made from solid bars of acrylic resin with an engraved "chased" pattern down the barrel and cap.
Conklin Herringbone
Herringbone Collection
Combines vintage appeal with modern European style and elegance.

Symetrik Collection
Originally introduced in 1929, the Symetrik was the first streamlined fountain pen design released by the Conklin Pen Company.

Stylograph Pens
Remastered vintage art deco styling in a mesmerizing mosaic pattern. Richly colored resin matched with bright, polished chrome trims.
Conklin Mark Twain Crescent Limited Edition
Mark Twain Demo Crescent Ltd.
The Mark Twain Demonstrator Crescent Filler is limited to 1898 numbered pieces world-wide, the year that Conklin was founded.

Discontinued Styles

Antique Collection
The “Antique “ Collection combines the vintage design of the roaring 20’s with modern technical enhancements...

All American Collection
Originally released by Conklin in the 1940's, the new All American incorporates modern design.

Cushion Point Collection
Conklin has incorporated vintage pen features into it's modern pen designs. Features a hooded nib...

Durograph Pens
The Conklin Pen Company revives it's 1920's classic,originally
released in 1923.

Jockey Club Collection
A new stunning array of styles inspired by the elegance of the thoroughbred and their Jockey's colorful racing silks.

Glider Series
Modeled in the spirit of the original Conklin Glider pen of the 1940’s, representing extraordinary value in a fine writing instrument.

Nozac Collection
Famous for it's unique faceted design, the Conklin Nozac sets the Standard for American Fountain pen design.

Stylograph Collection
Conklin introduces a unique collection of elegant writing instruments combining modern design features with the vintage aspects of the original Conklin models of the 1930’s.



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