Wright Brothers Memorial ballpoint twist pen | gun metal
The Wright Brothers® Wright Brothers Memorial ballpoint twist pen | gun metal
Huffman Prairie Collection
Wright Brothers Memorial and surrounding park, named Wright Brothers Hill, were designed and constructed by the influential Olmsted Brothers landscape architectural firm. Orville Wright and several of the 119 students he taught to fly on the Huffman Prairie Flying Field were present for the August 19, 1940 (Orville's 69th birthday) dedication ceremony.
The distinctive Wright Brothers Memorial pen features oak hardwood from the property of Wright Brothers Hill, near Dayton, Ohio, overlooking Huffman Prairie Flying Field where Wilbur and Orville perfected the invention of flight. The precision-cut knurled gun-metal finish with diamond pattern on the tip and end cap provides a confident feel and smooth writing experience to pay homage to the brothers who were known for their detailed note-taking skills.
The United States of America
- Writing system: Ballpoint twist pen
- Hardware finish: Gun metal
- Barrel finish: Oak hardwood from Wright Brothers Hill
- Cap detail: Laser-etched Wright Flyer icon
- Refill type: Parker-style ballpoint