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Conklin Duragraph Fountain Pen - Forest Green

Conklin Duragraph Fountain Pen - Forest Green


 
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The Conklin Pen Company revives its 1920's classic model, the Duragraph. The Duragraph was originally released in 1923, and is a classic example of the streamlined flat-top design that was so popular during that era. The Duragraph is produced from a unique hand-made resin, and each pen features the famous Conklin logo engraved over a brushed metal crown on each cap. A silver-plated clip and cap trim band accent each pen.

List Price: $55.00
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Product Code: CK71321

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Conklin Duragraph Fountain Pen - Forest Green

The Conklin Pen Company revives its 1920's classic model, the Duragraph. The Duragraph was originally released in 1923, and is a classic example of the streamlined flat-top design that was so popular during that era. The Duragraph is produced from a unique hand-made resin, and each pen features the famous Conklin logo engraved over a brushed metal crown on each cap. A silver-plated clip and cap trim band accent each pen.

The fountain pens feature a polished stainless steel nib in the 1.1 size, and a two-tone finish for the fine and medium nibs. The Duragraph fountain pens use a cartridge/converter filling system, and the international style converter is included. The pens are presented in a gorgeous satin-lined gift box.


Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review »

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Fantastic Value September 26, 2016
Reviewer: Frederick Isaac from Folsom, CA United States  
This is a terrific pen at a very reasonable price.

Highly recommend it !!



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Gem of a pen.......reasonably priced.. June 24, 2016
Reviewer: Gregory Siragusa from Waukesha, WI United States  
I already had a Conklin Crescent filler so I wanted a Conklin which could be an EDC FP.  The duragraph is every bit as good a writer than the Crescent filler.  It like  the flat finial the the Conklin signature, white on black.  Isn't really meant for posting, or at least it does not seem designed to do so, but it does post and is moderately secure.  Cartridge converter is a screw in had to use a bit of silicone grease on it as per Brian's advice and it did the trick.  
Would I buy another? Ubet I would.  Next time in the amber version.
AP's had great customer service and order was filled in less than 24 hours after ordering.

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Conklin June 24, 2016
Reviewer: Steven Kling from Tarpon Springs, FL United States  
Ordered 2 Conklins from Anderson Pens and they are great for the price.  Love the forest green and the Amber.  Now to decide: which one to use first!? Excellent customer care from them as well; I've come to expect that from them and they deliver on that, as usual.  Check them out as one of your "Usual Suspects" when you are looking to buy online.  They have a good selection to choose from.

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Green with Envy June 2, 2016
Reviewer: Lee S McDaniel from Lewisville, TX United States  
Like my other Duragraph, this pen is extremely smooth and exquisitely made. I still cannot believe that they cost so "little" comparitively speaking.
The green color is subtle and the marbling is subdued. Not gaudy or flashy, just right. It fills nicely and cleans easily. Buy one or two.....or three. You won't be disappointed.

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Very nice pen. March 1, 2015
Reviewer: Kirill from Madrid, Madrid Spain  
The material of a barrel and a cap is beautiful, you can see the structure and it semi-translucent, which is a nice touch. Writing experience is good, thanks to a comfortable grip section, but the nib is a bit scratchy, that I consider a very often case regarding steel nibs.

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