The lovely Scriptus Canada 150 show pen, styled after the classic designs of the 1930s. Honouring the 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation, this pen has been produced in a limited edition of 150, custom-made for us by the Bexley Pen Company, of Columbus, Ohio.
Made of Japanese-manufactured red ebonite, with a subtle flecked gradation. The classic gold-pated roller clip is attractive, and easy on clothing.
We have opted for an elegant section, longer than usual in modern pens. This ensures that this pen is a joy to hold, for all ages and hands. The section is made of black plastic, to avoid ink staining.
A steel Jowo #6-sized nib is provided with the pen, in either fine, medium, or broad width. This gives each pen owner the future option of swapping in a gold Jowo nib of any available style, if they wish to do so. (Please note: Scriptus does not supply gold nibs, but they are available from a number of pen shops & online vendors.)
We cannot guarantee that any particular serial number is still available, but if you have a preference, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your choice.
Can be filled using cartridges, or a converter and bottled ink. Safe for use with super-saturated, or boutique inks!
This page is for pre-ordering; the pen can be picked up at Scriptus 2017. Price (in Canadian dollars, of course) includes all taxes. If you choose a shipping option, your pen may not be shipped until after October 29, 2017 (Scriptus). Shipping is by Canada Post, and you will be given a tracking number.
Read the story of the design & development of this pen on our blog!