The Phaeton 300 was first introduced in 1964, as the then-president of Esterbrook had a fascination with exotic cars. The sleek rollerball pen features 60s-inspired colors specially produced by Esterbrook. A brushed chrome metal cap with gold-plated clip adds style to this iconic Esterbrook revival. Iconic in style!
- - Polished acrylic resin barrel
- - Gold-plated trim and appointments
- - Brushed silver cap with matching acrylic finial on cap
- - Clip engraved with Esterbrook logo
- - Pull-off cap
Country of Manufacture: United States of America
The Esterbrook Pen Company, a true American original, is rewriting its long story of success in modern times with fresh new pen collections with the same spiriting and values that make the brand so successful. Established in 1858 by entrepreneur Richard Esterbrook, it quickly became one of the biggest and most beloved pen makers in the world. For the past 150 years, Esterbrook has helped visionaries, entrepreneurs and founders leave their mark in American culture and politics. They have equipped several US presidents from Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson to Disney artist Carl Banks, to Peanuts creator, Charles M. Schulz, who used No. 914 for all his comic sketches. Today, they aspire to reconnect with their customers, rebuild interest in fine writing and penmanship and revive the values and spirit of Richard Esterbrook for the 21st century.