Historical Presidential Pen Related Items
A gold mechanical pencil from the 1840 Harrison presidential campaign, the first known specially 'imprinted' (in this case the log cabin cap) presidential related writing implement:
A quill pen used by
Now here is a Presidential Pen to lust for the Lincoln bill signer used for the Emancipation Proclamation:
Photos of a 1933 unimprinted FDR billsigner:
Two letters & pens dating to 1971 responding to pen requests from VP Agnew and former Pres LBJ
P.1 HST - 3 unimprinted dip pens used by HST for bill signing
Below: a framed set of LBJ bill signers Presented to Irving H. Sprague upon leaving his LBJ White House position.
Mr. Sprague was LBJs assistant for Congressional Relations from 2/1/67 - 9/27/68.
JFK & LBJ using the Esterbrook bill signer in the oval office:
1959 photo of Senator JFK with Silvercraft "SENATOR" ball pen