Classic Black Ebonite on Lucerne Pen

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  • Ebonite fountain pen
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  • Roller ball and fountain
  • Pen nibs

Product Description

In 1844 Charles Goodyear filed a patent with the US Patent Office for the process of making ebonite from ultra-vulcanized rubber.  It is considered by many to be the first step in a long century of materials development breakthroughs that eventually led to the development of modern polymers. This pen is made from modern ebonite production which is not significantly different from the original 1844 process.  The metal components are a two tone jewelry grade rhodium plating with titanium accents.  It is a desk pen, the cap is non-posting, it cannot be mounted on the back of the pen while in use.  It can be carried, but most users of a pen with this heft and size will keep their of pen on their desk and remove the cap and set it on the desk when writing. Weight 2.7 ounces, length 5.75 inches capped.  The pen comes in a walnut presentation box. Are you interested in a nib upgrade to 18 carat gold? Contact us for current pricing, gold prices are currently volatile.

Fountain Pen

  • Flex steel German made nib
  • Choose extra fine, fine, medium or broad nib
  • Fills with cartridge or converter
  • Space in body for spare cartridge
  • Nib has been examined and fine tuned

Rollerball Pen

  • Ink refill by Schmidt/Private Reserve, fast drying
  • Ceramic rollerball for smooth writing
  • Choose black or blue ink, fine or medium tip