Visit Our Rare Lincoln Pen!
The National Pen Company was a great Chicago pen company before the Great Depression hit. We have one of their handsome oversized Lincoln model pens in a mottled black and orange hard rubber. See our National Pen Co Lincoln on the vintage pens pages.
Monte Verde got really clever when they invented their famous Mega Ink Ball. It is a rollerball pen that fills like a fountain pen from a converter or cartridge! We now have a very gently used one in stock on the pre-owned pens page.
Fine-line writing pen junkies looking for a good daily users will really enjoy today's fully restored Sheaffer Valiant. It has a very smooth nib, and comes with its pencil mate in an original Sheaffer box.
Rock and roll your troubles away with our newly added rocker blotter. Made of wood, with a nice little inlay design, it is sure to dress up your desk while helping with the occasional spill or drip.
Oddities pass through our hands from time to time, and we just don't know how to explain them. Take our latest Parker Vacumatic on the vintage pens page. The stripes are really wavy; the imprint is missing. Yet, it has a Parker Vac nib. Check it out and see if you can solve the mystery.
We have found and restored another vintage Esterbrook SM fountain pen. It isn't mint, but it has plenty of nostalgia value and should be a treat for those who love them.
We don't know what Wearever called the color on this Deluxe 100 fountain pen, but we're calling it "faded watermellon." Come see this vintage pen that has been fully restored.
Adding to our bright-red fountain pen by Majestic, is a beautiful brown woodgrain designed version. Both have a nice 14k gold nib and write a good medium line. You have to see it to believe the greatness of the hard-candy look.
We don't know, but our Remington fountain pen on the vintage pens page is sure to be a fun little curio for your collection.
Even today the bold art deco Parker Duofold twin desk set is a sight to behold in "big red" glory. We think the base is quartz, and we know it is very dynamic and handsome. See it today on our vintage pens page.
There is something about the elegant swirls of brass that create an inkwell's base and tray that will take your breath away. We won't waste your time describing it here. You really need to see it on the Inkwells and Blotters page!
In a rarer brown color, our Sheaffer Saratoga is an easy to use TouchDown filler. It writes a smooth medium-broad line. Put it in your daily rotation when you buy it from our vintage pens page today.
Head on down to the vintage pens page for a teal Parker 45 with a two-tone steel cap. It is in great condition and can use a modern Parker piston converter. It's cheap, too!
The pen is mightier than the sword, but our new Allegory 1941 ballpoint pens are battle proven! These limited edition pens are made from the original teak deck of the U.S. North Carolina, a battleship that earned 15 battle stars during WWII. Bolt actions extend and retract the Parker-style refills, which are a nifty addition to the pens. See them today on our Pre-Owned Pens section...even though they are brand new in the box.
Remember, ThePenMarket.com also is your home for great vintage pen restoration. All customer repairs move to the front of the repair line, which means we plan on maintaing our one-to-two week turnaround time on your pens!
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