This Conklin Nozac might be considered very uncommon or even rare. It is a Chevron model in Red Pearl celluloid in an unusual round, not faceted shape, with a large clear ink-view barrel section and no word gauge markings, c1936-1937. The twist filler knob on this example is made of the same Chevron celluloid as the cap and barrel. The cap band is plain with a line engraved at the top and bottom instead of the usual zigzag engraving. The Chevron came in four colors, Black, Red Pearl, Gray Pearl and Green Pearl, and two sizes, 7000 word and the slimmer 5000. Both pens were the same length, about 5 ¼ inches long. The majority of these pens have black sections. The 7000 word Chevron pens sold for $7.50 and the 5000 word pens sold for $5.00. Matching pencils were $3.50. Conklin 14 karat gold Cushon point nibs with the Crescent logo or with the circle stamping were available in extra fine, fine, medium, coarse, stub medium, stub broad, left oblique, two way and Recorder in extra fine, fine and medium.