Collection: Leboeuf Limited Edition Icon Franklin

Worthy Tribute to Ben Franklin

LeBOEUF proudly honors one of America’s most iconic Founding Fathers, Benjamin Franklin. This Limited Edition Collection release is designed to commemorate his vast accomplishments which helped establish our great nation. Benjamin Franklin died at age 84, on April 17, 1790. 

The LeBOEUF Benjamin Franklin Limited Edition features a special Golden Leaf Pearl acrylic barrel. This was selected to commemorate Franklin’s numerous scientific, philanthropic, and diplomatic contributions. 

Limited to 100 fountain pens and 100 rollerballs, each barrel has been engraved in gold fill with Franklin’s signature. A gold coin embossed with Franklin’s portrait sits atop each pen’s cap. The Benjamin Franklin Limited Edition is available as both a fountain pen with a German gold plated nib in fine or medium and a rollerball. The fountain pen utilizes a cartridge/converter filling system. The rollerball uses an international rollerball refill. 

Franklin was America’s scientist, journalist, inventor, politician, philanthropist and businessman. He is best known as one of our Founding Fathers and the only one who signed all three documents: The Declaration of Independence, the American Constitution, and the Treaty of Paris. 

As a scientist, he proved that lightning was electricity and invented a rod to prevent it from destroying buildings. He invented bifocal glasses, charted the Gulf Stream, invented a cleaner burning stove, and proposed theories on the contagiousness of the common cold.  

Franklin’s genius was his network of business and social connections. He leveraged this network to the benefit of his variety of interests from science and politics to business and journalism. Franklin began as an artisan with only two years of formal education. He was the architect of his own fortune. He was a self-made man who becomes one of the most symbolic figures in American history. 

Each Limited Edition is packaged in a special Commemorative navy blue box featuring Benjamin Franklin’s signature.