Cross Peerless 125 medalist roller
A 125-year-old model name from Cross is revived with the introduction of the Peerless. On September 6, 1887, the then manager of Cross, Ezra Marble Jr., registered the patent for this "Peerless Fountian Pen". Two years later in 1889, Alonzo Cross added this model line to its range.
Today's Peerless collection is characterized by its large format, something that Cross has not always been known for. The model features that have been featured in the Century and Townsend collection for decades can also be found in this Peerless, such as the tapered cap and the design of the clip. The end of the end is finished with a faceted cut Swarovski crystal. The 18 carat nib is engraved with the numbers "125" and is available in different writing widths.
The Peerless collection is available in various finishes such as fountain pen, ballpoint pen and matching roller. The fountain pen is refillable with cartridges or with the supplied converter.
Each pen is delivered in a luxury gift box.