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Conklin Crescent 2NL Fountain Pen - BCHR, Accommodation Clip, Flexible Fine 14k Nib (Excellent, Restored)

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Classic Conklin Crescent model 2NL full size fountain pen from the 1920s. Crescent filler in black chased hard rubber with an accommodation clip and a gold plated crescent. Flexible fine Toledo #2 nib is smooth. Excellent condition, fully restored and working well.

SKU: 18702
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Type  Crescent filling vintage fountain pen, restored and working well.

Product Name  Crescent 2NL.

Manufacturer and Year  Conklin, made in Toledo, Ohio -- 1920s.

Length  5 inches.

Filling System  Crescent filler. We've restored it with a new sac and its working very well.

Color  Black chased hard rubber with a gold plated crescent, an accommodation clip, and no cap band.

Nib  FLEXIBLE FINE Conklin Toledo #2 nib is smooth with nice tipping material. It's close to what we would call fully flexible, with easy line variation from extra fine to broad under hardly any pressure. See our writing sample below. 

Condition  Excellent condition. There was no clip originally and an accomodation clip was added, which has a lot of brassing. The body is slightly faded, and you can see the darker color underneath the cap. There are no dings or dents, chips, or personalization. The crescent is a bit scratched and brassed. The imprints are worn, but readable. We've restored the pen and it's working very well.


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SKU 18702
Condition Used
Maker Conklin Pen Co.
Type Fountain Pens


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