Civil War Pen Collection
This set of 3 hand-turned turned pens is fashioned in Antique Brass. From left to right, their hand-turned turned barrels represent the Bonnie Blue Flag, the Battle Flag of Northern Virginia, and the 34 Star Union Flag.
The cap of each pen is a replica of the 58 Caliber “Minnie” or Minie’ ball used in the muzzle-loaders of the era. Originally a French army bullet, it was officially adopted by the Americans in 1855 and used by both Union and Confederate sides. Rings were added to the original design to help ease the bullet down the barrel as well as to collect powder residue when fired. First used in the Model 1861 Springfield Rifle Musket.
The pen tip is a replica of the 44 caliber 1860 Colt Army Revolver Bullet, a 6-shot favorite side arm for cavalry, infantry and artillery troops.
The pen’s clip is a replica of the Model 1861 Springfield Rifle Musket, a muzzle-loader favored for it’s range, accuracy and reliability. It fired the Minie’Ball and had a maximum effective range of 500 yards.
Civil War Pen in Flame Boxelder and Chrome Finish
The Flame Boxelder used in this Civil War Twist Pen has fascinating coloration, with hues from creamy yellow to streaks of flame red. There's even a small wormhole which adds a certain antique element to this meaningful pen. All of our Civil War pens come complete with a certificate explaining all of the design features.
Civil War Set of 2 Pens
These pens were produced with blanks to commemorate the battle flag of Northern Virginia also known as the Confederate flag, or the rebel flag, and the 34 star flag of the Northern Union Army during the Civil War. These pens are also available individually at $40 each. The set is shown here in Antique Brass, but is also available in Gunmetal and in Antique Copper. Allow 3-4 weeks for custom orders. These pens are turned with special pen blanks produced by Robert Kulp Creations. Email us for details if you’re interested in ordering this pen in other metals; email@example.com