About This Pen
Kaweco was one of the first German fountain pen manufacturers, and through two world wars, the Depression, the rise of ballpoints and now the computerized age, is still in business but has had several owners and identities. After WWII its manufacturing returned to life with a full range of models under their prewar names, including the Colleg, a mid-priced line aimed at college students. It is, like most German pens, of black celluloid and piston-filled. It is a full-size pen — 12.6 cm long, and fits the hand very nicely. This pen was released from my personal collection and freshly restored. It’s a very nice writer, with its original responsive steel nib.
This pen is not for sale.