Nib: Fine flexible, 14k Tolido, Conklin No.2
Conklin's Endura c1925 Black chased hard rubber lever-fill ; capped: 5.5 inches long Made in USA Pat. Nov.17, 1925 Clip Imprint: Conklin Pat.5-28-18 Lever bar imprint: Pat.Nov.17 1925 NB
Good Condition: *There is a chip next to the lever-bar where the "C" ring hole is *the G/F plating on clip has slight mark, brassing
* Ink well not included
In 1891, Roy Conklin received a patent for his fountain pen design. Later, in 1898, he began the Conklin Pen Company in Toledo, Ohio. During 1916, the pen innovator produced a spring-loaded pocket clip, and later in the 1920s, Conklin started sending his pens overseas to Europe and South America. In 1921, Conklin's Crescent Filler model became the market's top selling product. The company released a lever-filling version after the Sheaffer Pen Corporation experienced success with its Lever Filler writing device. In 1923, Conklin introduced the Duragraph model, which led to the company producing the Endura edition during 1924.