Pen Model: Dickinson
Dickinson was a major stationery seller in England since the mid-1800's. Their pens, from the 1930's, were either torpedos with plain clips and black bodies or Croxleys, a nicer line in patterned celluloid or black. Over the years, there has been some doubt that Dickinson actually produced their own pens, because this was such a different expertise than Dickinson's core business of producing fine paper. With this doubt comes the guess by British pen experts that Croxleys were actually made by Conway Stewart.