Conklin created the Mark Twain 2012 Crescent Filler Fountain Pen as an exact replica of the original Crescent Filler fountain pen used and promoted by Mark Twain. There is a new finish to add to the line now – the zebra finish!
Image from Fahrney's

Image from Fahrney’s

The Crescent Filler is known for its easy-to-fill reservoir.  The crescent on the barrel is depressed to empty the rubber bladder inside; ink flows back in as the crescent is released. Conklin fitted the Crescent with a two-tone steel nib featuring a corresponding crescent shaped breathing hole, which is now also available in a stub nib, as well as a fine and a medium.
The Crescent Filler fountain pen is now available in captivating, fresh resin colors – green, orange, beige, and zebra. Rich gold plating adds a bit of elegance to the clip and band engraved with the Conklin logo. The MSRP of the Conklin Mark Twain Crescent Filler is $165.00USD, but it will cost you $132.00USD.

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  • Mark Insertgenericband Roach

    Are they sure that’s the Zebra version?

    • Jon

      If your zebra goes “Moo!”

    • http://www.gourmetpens.com/ Azizah Asgarali

      That’s what they called it :)

    • sharkync

      Seems like another example of “Blurred Lines.”

  • Dirck in Saskatchewan

    It calls irresistibly to mind the craze for cow prints which gripped North America so firmly about ten years past. Still, it’s no more silly than the nacre celluloid of the the 1930s.

  • http://www.inkdependence.com/ Mike

    I just got one of these in the mocha (beige) color, and it’s one of my favorite pens. That stub is really great.

  • A.J. Rosati

    Where could I get one of these I really would love to have one!!

  • Will Platt

    My little sister would love this pen!