Web Site: leboeufpens
Originally founded April 28, 1919 in Springfield, Massachusetts by a group of men: Frank LeBoeuf, Edward E. LeBoeuf, Leroy J. Learned, John H Williams and Eugene E. LeBoeuf.
The company was one of the first pen companies to produce pens made from celluloid. AT the time, most others were used hard rubber. This gave the company the cache of having "unbreakable" pens because of the sturdy nature of celluloid.
The company went bankrupt in 1933. In 1993 the name was purchased and by 1995 the new company commenced producing pens.
The New LeBoeuf Fountain Pen Company will continue the legacy of the LeBouef brand and products. We're on schedule to produce a broad range of luxury writing instruments, bringing the 1930's "Golden Era of Fountain Pens” into the 21st century. The Pilgrim was the firstline of pens issued from the new company. The line, originally from the 1930’s, it is a classical remake of a Leboeuf staple. Utilizing original LeBoeuf Pilgrim pens and drawings, they used a celluloid-style acrylic to represent the look and feel of this timeless instrument.
The Fountain Pen features a German gold-plated iridium nib with the Leboeuf logo in Medium Point size. The Pen utilizes a cartridge/converter filling system. The Pilgrim is also available as a Roller Ball, using an international-style refill.