This is a rare and unusual hand-carved and hand-painted wooden dip pen of a Native American profile in full-color headdress. It has a brass handle and nib. This antique hand-dip pen from the turn of the century, is a real collector's item, and would make a superb gift for any pen aficionado. I've been collecting dip pens for many years and have not seen another like it. This unique treasure measures a full 8 inches including the nib and is in excellent antique condition.
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This special piece has been part of our personal 125 piece antique pen and pencil collection that appeared at the Cooper Hewitt Museum of Design's Reading and Writing Exhibit in 1980 in New York City. It is now time to share all of these valuable and memorable pieces with antique lovers all over the world. There are many more, so please enjoy!
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