Historical Woods Jefferson Tulip Poplar Fountain Pen
The Jefferson Tulip Popular pens are created by Historical Woods of America from the Tulip Poplar tree that many believe Thomas Jefferson planted in 1807 off the southwest corner of his home, Monticello. The famous tree recently succumbed to old age; the salvaged wood is hand-cut and polished to make the barrels of these historic pens. A portion of the proceeds from the sales of the fountain pen and rollerball will benefit the Thomas Jefferson Foundation’s educational programs. The fountain pen comes with an iridium tipped, gold plated medium nib. Uses cartridges or converter.