This is The Official Gregg Pen or The Gregg Fountain Pen, as shown in the March and June 1938 issues of The Gregg Writer. The 5 inch long slender flat top pen is made of black plastic with gold plated trim. The gold nib is stamped GREGG MADE IN U.S.A 14K and is ground specifically for writing Gregg Shorthand. The cap top shows the Gregg Emblem of intertwined ovals. The Gregg Publishing Company did not make pens, but licensed or contracted for pens from major manufacturers including Sheaffer, Esterbrook and Eversharp. Some Sheaffer models have the Gregg Shorthand symbol on the nib section to indicate the pen has a Shorthand nib. Though this pen has no maker's marks, it shows some Sheaffer made characteristics. The cap and barrel design and the design and positioning of the lever is very similar to Sheaffer slender flat top pens. The clip is nearly identical to the clip used on 1936-1937 WASP pens, made by Sheaffer. The feed is similar to the feed on some 1930s Balance pens. It sold for $4.25.