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Conklin Duragraph Fountain Pen - Orange Nights

Conklin Duragraph Fountain Pen - Orange Nights


 
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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.

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Product Code: CK71370

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Conklin Duragraph Fountain Pen - Orange Nights

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.



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Beautiful Pen August 31, 2017
Reviewer: Wilfred von Dauster from Los Osos, CA United States  
This pen draws people's attention every time I use it. It is beautifully finished, comfortable to hold for extended use, and its flow characteristics are good. I've dinged it one star for the nib, it is well behaved and smooth enough, but runs much closer to a European fine than a medium. Posting is a little awkward as well. If you like a finer medium line than a Lamy medium, this is the pen for you. Otherwise, #6 nibs are plentiful, or choose the stub.

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