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Conklin Pens

Here at Executive Pens Direct we have a great selection of Conklin Fountain pens including the Conklin Duragraph, a statement pen with a bold, modern style and classic oversized flat top design. The Conklin All American, suited to those who enjoy a slightly heftier pen and featuring a comfortable cigar shaped barrel.

The Conklin Mark Twain Crescent Filler featuring the iconic Crescent filler system from years gone by. The brand new Conklin Duraflex featuring Conklin’s new revolution in nibs, the Omniflex, which allows beautiful sweeping strokes and tapers.

Conklin Pens

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  1. Limited Edition Conklin Duraflex Elements Earth Fountain Pen
    As low as £74.00
  2. Limited Edition Conklin Duraflex Elements Water Fountain Pen
    As low as £74.00
  3. Limited Edition Conklin Duraflex Elements Fire Fountain Pen
    As low as £74.00
  4. Conklin Mark Twain Crescent Filler Fountain Pen - Black Chase with Rose Gold
    As low as £205.00
  5. Conklin Nozac Piston Fountain Pen - Ohio Blue
    As low as £165.00
  6. Conklin Nozac Piston Fountain Pen - Toledo Red
    As low as £165.00
  7. Conklin Minigraph Fountain Pen - Purple Dunes
    As low as £50.00
  8. Conklin Minigraph Fountain Pen - Blue Baltic
    As low as £50.00
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THE HISTORY OF CONKLIN

Established in 1898, the founder of the Conklin Pen Company Roy Conklin is now regarded as one of the most momentous and innovative creators of American writing instruments from the golden age of fountain pens. Hailing from Toledo in Ohio Roy Conklin patented the first automatic fountain pen filling mechanism and produced the world’s first practical self filling fountain pen, named the crescent filler. Soon a success throughout the world this genius idea made fountain pens more practical for use by the general public. Famous endorsers of their pens, like Mark Twain, further propelled the Conklin Company forward.

This changed somewhat at the dawn of the great depression as Conklin, along with many other companies, were suffering a decline in sales. This lead them to create a new range of pens, named the All American, which still satisfied a demand for superior quality writing instruments but and an affordable price.

The last important Conklin model was the Nozac which was released in 1931 and equipped with piston filler.

In 1948 unfortunately the Conklin Pen Company ceased trading but it has now been brought back to life by YAFA who, since 2000, have been rebuilding this iconic brand. Today the pen range consists of replicas of the quintessential models of Conklin’s golden years.