Founded in 1858 in Camden, New Jersey, Esterbrook Pen Company pens have been used by some of the most influential figures in history, including Charles Schulz, the creator of the Peanuts comic strip, and President John F. Kennedy, who used an Esterbrook pen to sign the bill declaring his intention to go to the moon.

Although the original Esterbrook Pen Company closed its doors in the 1970s, the brand was reborn in 2018 under the leadership of Kenro Industries. Today, they offer a wide range of pens and accessories, all crafted with the finest materials and attention to detail.