Conklin All American Brownstone fountain pen
The Conklin Durograph was introduced in 1923, the name is a contraction of the words "Durable" and "Graph". (A short time later the name was changed to Endura) The Conklin Durograph was an answer to the then just launched Parker Duofold (1921). The characterizing features, such as the black clip top and barrel end stand out immediately. The Durograph is available in different colors, the Conklin logo is printed in white on the cap top and the brand name Conklin and the model name are engraved on the cap band. The Durograph can be filled with standard ink cartridges or with the included converter.