2009: History continues to be written. During mid 2009, the Yafa Pen Co. Inc., aquired The Conklin Pen company 'Brand' and reintroduces the brand with replica with vintage original designs, new writing instruments, fantastic new designs and superb quality.
2000: Carefully following the original designs and utilizing artistically craftsmanship, Conklin is revived as the Conklin Pen Co.
1955: Production of all Conklin models ceases.
1944: The Conklin Glider, lever fill was launched.
1938: Conklin is sold to a Chicago Syndicate.
1937: The Conklin Nozac chevron, piston fill was launched.
1936: The Conklin Nozac pen line checkered, piston fill was launched.
1936: The Conklin Quick-Fill All American was launched.
1934: The Conklin Twist fillerpen was launched.
1934: The Conklin Word Gauge was launched.
1932: The Conklin Nozac Decalgoanl with a piston filler was launched.
1931: The Nozac is introduced. A Technogically advanced, streamline model with an intentive piston filling mechanism, it is followed with a "Word Gauge" model in 1934.
1930: Conklin's first steamlined pen, The Symetrik, and All American flattop pens were introduced.
1924: The Conklin Duragraph lever filler, Duragraph Crescent Filler, Endura Lever Filler, and the Endura Crescent Filler pens were launched.
1923: The Conklin Duragraph Duragraph is introduced.It is well made and efficient lever filler, which leads to the development of the Endura in 1924.
1921: The Crescent Filler is the top selling pen on the market. While the pen is mechanically superior to the Sheaffer Lever Filler, however, the popularity of the Scheaffer pen leads Conklin to design a lever filling pen.
1920's: Conklin begins exporting pens to Europe and South America.
1916: Conklin develops a patented spring loaded pocket clip.
1903: The company, expands its advertising and marketing, including an endorsement by Mark Twain(Samuel Clemens)
1901: Conklin patents the Crescent Filler for what is now the Conklin Pen Manufacturing Co. Additional patents are issued him in 1903 and 1904.
1898: Self-Filling pen with a slip cap was launched.
1898: Roy Conklin founds the Self Fountain Pen Co.
1891:Roy Conklin is granted his first fountain pen patent.