Retro 51 Smithsonian Corona Roller Ball, Inspired by tradition and history, This Retro 51 pen,. a part of the Smithsonian museum pen collection. Reminisce the bronze-colored metal, that covers the building’s lattice of the Museum.
The pen Designer David Adjaye, pays homage to the iron work of African-American slaves in Louisiana and South Carolina. Each roller ball pen comes numbered on the top ring. The pen comes with matte black nickel trims and packaged in a commemorative Smithsonian NMAAHC tube.
Each twist-top retractable roller ball gives you smooth writing, switches to a ball pen with just a refill change. Experiment the silky writing of this pen. We are sure that you are going to like it!
Retro 51 Smithsonian Corona Roller Ball
Retro 1951, started in the 90’s with a focus on producing unique gifts with an emphasis on fine writing instruments and every day stuff. The pen is not a pen but a vehicle to an end – a way of showing who you are. The pen is a perfect gift that will last for years and serve as a token of achievement and fond memories. Although Retro specializes in fine writing pens, They also offer leather accessories and “other cool stuff” with unusual stylings. All these items come branded and packaged with the fun graphics, also their colors have a feel of nostalgic Americana.
Ships complete with the Easy Flow 9000 black refill in pen that retracts with the knurl twist top. The styling of the Tornado pen line also brings an exceptional value to any pen collection. The pen comes in tube packaging, that looks good when used as a pen stand. The knurled top has become a trademarked look for Retro and synonymous with the tagline, Furthermore, This pen will make you like the way you write!