David Oscarson William Clark Limited Edition Rollerball
One of the greatest American stories of exploration and survival is the May, 1804 journey of Lewis and Clark into the interior of North America. This great part of American history is depicted on the David Oscarson William Clark Limited Edition Rollerball with signature in high relief surrounded by a background of river currents, made to represent the Missouri River.
Also proudly displayed is a map of the Louisiana Purchase with Lewis and Clark's rout engraved within. The William Clark Rollerball bears a feathered clip and a Peace Medal to symbolize the many medals they presented to Indian Chiefs along their trail. Each pen is Guilloche engraved and showcases David Oscarson’s mastery of the art of hard enamel. This fifteenth collection of limited edition David Oscarson writing instruments is in 100 each (including fountain and rollerball). A writing instrument that will make a statement. Comes in translucent sapphire blue hard enamel.