David Oscarson William Clark Limited Edition Fountain Pen
In May, 1804, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark set out on an expedition of epic proportion. Having accepted this great adventure from President Thomas Jefferson, their mission was to explore, map and document the vast new region of the United States acquired through the Louisiana Purchase. Documenting and mapping the newly acquired Territory, Lewis, Clark and others in the company kept meticulously detailed journals describing their fascinating trek across North America.
You can document your import papers with the David Oscarson William Clark Limited Edition Fountain Pen, the 15th in the David Oscarson series of Limited Edition writing instruments. Rich with style and history, the William Clark reminds us of this phenomenal expedition. The Limited Edition fountain pen features a map of the Louisiana Purchase marking the Lewis and Clark Trail from St. Louis, Missouri all the way to Fort Clatsop, Oregon. The William Clark cap holds a feathered clip and a Peace Medal (given by Lewis and Clark to many of the Indian Chiefs along the Trail) is engraved on the barrel. William Clark became the superintendent of Indian Affairs (and later Governor of the Missouri Territory) and raised Sacagawea’s son, Pompey from 1810. This Limited Edition writing instrument will be produced in limited pieces of 100 (including fountain pens and roller balls). Hold some beauty in your hand. Translucent sapphire blue hard enamel.