About This Pen
What is a Commander? I have no idea; there is no information available about them. From its appearance, this is an American pen of the 1930s, in delightful plastic with green, gold, and yellow stripes. It has a completely clear ink-view window, and appears after its cleaning to have not been used. It is a little smaller, at 4 3/8” long capped, but fits well in the hand. The nib is steel, marked “Commander Pen”, and writes a nice fine. This will be a nice steady writer, and its nib should conform well to the writer’s hand. Finally, this pen was imprinted for Anne M. Regan, so there is a 10% discount awaiting a buyer or recipient of that name!