Hallmark pens have been around for many decades. Unfortunately, in the 1980s the Hallmark pens stopped being made. They were finely made, usually from walnut or maple wood. The Hallmark pen was made to use a cross refill and required a plastic sleeve in the barrel of the pen. These were very popular in the 1970s because of their great quality.
Availability of Hallmark Pens
Since they do not sell their pens anymore, it’s been hard to find refills. So they have a Hallmark pen program where you can exchange the pen or have them buy back the pen from you. Or, for certain pens, you can request for an adapter to be able to use other brand refills.
The Hallmark pens may be difficult to locate, but if you’re lucky enough to find one, snap it up!