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Pens of the Southern States

Our Civil War Collectible pens have incorporated the profile of a .58 caliber Mini-ball for the top and a .44 caliber Colt percussion pistol bullet for the tip.

The pocket clip is in the shape of a Civil War Springfield rifled-musket, one of the most popular arms of the war and was carried by both sides during the conflict. You have the choice of three finishes Gun Metal (bluish in color), Chrome and Satin. The satin finish has the appearance of lead, but you choose!

Don’t confuse this pen with a low-quality, mass produced hollow pen or a cheap acrylic casting. These pens are individually poured in Alumilite resin and hand turned on a lathe. They resist breakage and will last for years.

The pens come with a quality “Parker-style” ink cartridge and a color leaflet describing the gift.

If you have a lathe and want to to turn the pen yourself, the Civil War Collectable Pen blanks are available for $12.50. The blank includes only the barrel of the pen in the rough.

We can create a custom pen for your Fundraiser or Gifts!
Please see pricing here.

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 Nine Standard Pens of the Southern States are available.

The Southern States Civil War Collectable Pen Set ( All nine pens with box) $385.00
Civil War Collectable display box only. (No two alike) $65.00

Confederate Heroes- Generals Stuart, Lee and Jackson

All Cast Civil War Commemorative Pens are $35 each. Blank “in the rough” $12.50 each.

General Robert E. Lee

Robert Edward Lee (January 19, 1807 – October 12, 1870) was a West Point career military officer who is best known for having commanded the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.
All Cast Civil War Commemorative Pens are $35 each. Blank “in the rough” $12.50 each.

J.E.B. Stuart – “Eyes of the Army”

James Ewell Brown “Jeb” Stuart was a Confederate States Army general during the American Civil War. Stuart was a cavalry commander known for his mastery of reconnaissance and the use of cavalry in support of offensive operations.
All Cast Civil War Commemorative Pens are $35 each. Blank “in the rough” $12.50 each.

Confederate President Jefferson Davis

 Jefferson Davis was president of the Confederate States of America. 1861-1865.
All Cast Civil War Commemorative Pens are $35 each. Blank “in the rough” $12.50 each.

Generals Grant and Lee – Surrender April 9th, 1865

 Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia  surrendered to the Union Army under Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant on April, 9th, 1865. Subsequent surrenders of other Confederate Armies quickly followed.
 All Cast Civil War Commemorative Pens are $35 each. Blank “in the rough” $12.50 each.

McLean House – Site of Lee’s Surrender to Grant

Because the First Battle of Bull Run, fought on July 21, 1861, took place on Wilmer McLean’s farm about 120 miles to the north in Virginia, it can be said that the Civil War started in McLean’s backyard in 1861 and ended in his parlor in 1865.
 All Cast Civil War Commemorative Pens are $35 each. Blank “in the rough” $12.50 each.

John S. Mosby – The Gray Ghost

John Singleton Mosby, nicknamed the “Gray Ghost”, was a Confederate cavalry battalion commander of the 43rd Battalion, 1st Virginia Cavalry. Known as Mosby’s Rangers they were noted for lightning quick raids and their ability to elude Union Army pursuers.
 All Cast Civil War Commemorative Pens are $35 each. Blank “in the rough” $12.50 each.

61st Virginia Volunteer Infantry

This pen is based on the tattered (and now incomplete) battle flag of the 61st Virginia Volunteer Infantry. This flag, carried by the regiment of Major General William Mahone’s division, was surrendered at Appomattox Courthouse on April 9th 1865.
All Cast Civil War Commemorative Pens are $35 each. Blank “in the rough” $12.50 each.

The Peacemakers- Grant, Sherman, President Lincoln and Porter.

In March 1865, the American Civil War’s only three-way meeting of President Lincoln, General Grant, and General Sherman was aboard the River Queen. Also present was Rear Admiral David Dixon Porter.
All Cast Civil War Commemorative Pens are $35 each. Blank “in the rough” $12.50 each.
Civil War Inlay Pens North and South Boxed Set- $175.00
Pens Only North or South- $75.00