Birmingham Edgar T. Steel Works Coking Coal Black, 5mL Ink Sample

Birmingham Pen Company

BP2503S

Put on your work boots; Coking Coal Black is ready to get the job done with it's steady and familiar dark tone. Andrew Carnegie’s first steel mill, the E.T. Steel Works was constructed in Braddock, PA in 1872 off the Monongahela River. Still in operation today, the mill was named after J. Edgar Thompson, president of the Pennsylvania Railroad at the time.

Individually prepared by hand in 5ml glass bottles, Birmingham Writing Ink delivers an exquisite writing experience while each bottle shares a unique part of our Pittsburgh history.

Made in Germany


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