About This Pen
A good example of a typical 1930-40s American third tier plunger filler, this Traveler is a survivor, a cheaply produced pen that writes well. Its construction is so simple one wonders why more pens weren’t made this way. I’ve restored several of these, and they always work out well. It has a long marbled red plastic blind cap to match its cap, and the entire 2” barrel is in orange clear plastic. It is in very nice condition, no major scratches or flaws. The nib is a Signature, a brand seen often in third tier pens; its point is rolled steel, not iridium, but it writes a very nice, firm fine line. This pen’s only drawback is its limited ink capacity.
This pen is not for sale.