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Conway Stewart The Great Exhibition Pen, 2006

The Conway Stewart Great Exhibition pen is a masterpiece that was created to celebrate the Great Exhibition of 1851. Handcrafted by famous English pen overlay genius, Henry Simpole, this sterling silver pen is fitted with an 18ct Conway Stewart Broad nib and uses a filling mechanism typically used in the late 1800s; the Eye Dropper. The pen's large size and ink capacity, equivalent to 8 standard international ink cartridges, make it a unique and impressive addition to the brand's line. As the largest pen ever sold by Conway Stewart, measuring 8 inches, it is a rare and valuable item with only one available. The pen pays homage to one of the most important events in British history, The Great Exhibition of 1851, and carries the English Assay hallmark authenticating the precious metal overlay. The Great Exhibition Pen is a true representation of British craftsmanship at its best and will become a prized possession for any discerning pen enthusiast, investor, and aficionado.

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