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Conklin Identification Help Please!

conklin identification help the crescent

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#1 Cheeseandbacon


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Posted 19 March 2018 - 17:06

Hello All,


I have recently come across this fabulous looking fountain pen. However i am not having much luck in researching its history / identifying / valuing this pen. This seems to be a early / rare Conklin. My trail so far: The pen is stamped The Crescent Pen, but after looking at Conklin Crescent Pens on Google and Ebay this didn't seem right. Spotted a similar finish on a All American reptilian however there is no plunger. So this has pushed me down the endura route, but now I'm back the the start scratching my head.


Can anyone help!!??


I am looking to sell this pen on in the near future, so your community wealth of knowledge would be most helpful and i would be most grateful.


Many Thanks 



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#2 Uncial


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Posted 20 March 2018 - 00:44

Its not an Endura. Likely Chicago period, but does the nib say 'made in England'? I can't make out the rest. It has an interesting finish, not one I've seen before. Its a lever filler.

#3 Cheeseandbacon


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Posted 24 March 2018 - 19:52

Indeed it says made in England. Ritewell nib, so has probably been replaced at some point.

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Posted 25 March 2018 - 01:18

I don't know the name of the pen, but here is the patent info.





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Posted 25 March 2018 - 01:50

Conklin:  All American..lever filler c.1936-37 in Reptilian  {Snake Skin} Gold..Green vein..


Redacting.....Welcome Aboard....Cheeseandbacon....Enjoy your time here.................



Edited by Freddy, 25 March 2018 - 01:53.

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