Lamy CP1 ballpoint pen Stainless steel
The Lamy CP1, a somewhat strange name, but appropriate when you know that CP stands for Cylindrical Pen. The CP1 collection is Lamy's second oldest and still existing writing line. The series was designed in 1974 by Gerd A. Müller, who was also at the cradle of the Lamy 2000. The models from the CP1 series have, just like the Lamy 2000, a spring-loaded solid steel clip, but are above all characterized by their slim design. The barrel and cap of this CP1 fountain pen have a ribbed surface, finished with a shiny platinum finish. The nib is 14 karat gold in bicolor. The fountain pen can be filled with cartridges or with a converter from the ink bottle. The Lamy CP1 Platina is available as a fountain pen, ballpoint pen and roller.