Alfonzo Mur, author of The Conklin Way, generously offered that if I had, ahem, purchased his book, I would have found this pen on page 208 as there is one in his collection.
As Alfonzo is a friend, and I love Conklins, I'm a little embarrassed to admit that I haven't bought the book despite having had a chance to do so in Columbus last year (my excuse is that it sold out). So as I am on my way to purchase it from the US distributor of the book, Fountainpenhospital.com, I would recommend everyone else that loves Conklins and hasn't done so to quickly follow my (belated) lead.
Edited by marcshiman, 17 July 2014 - 12:01 PM.
Please join the Mabie Todd Swan project where I am trying to sort out the undocumented mess that is American Mabie Todd's from the 1930's. The last pens that MT seemed to advertise were the "Eternal" pens, and then the company put out a wide range of different styles, shapes, sizes and filling systems before eventually closing up shop. I invite you to post your pictures of your American pens
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