Fountain Pen, maroon in colour, used by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain to sign the 1938 Anglo-Irish Treaty
Fountain pen, maroon in colour, nib and cover intact, ink reservoir empty.
The pen used by Neville Chamberlain, British Prime Minister, when he signed the Anglo-Irish Treaty 1938, giving Ireland back ports excluded by the 1921 Treaty.
Once the treaty was signed, de Valera and Chamberlain exchanged pens and shook hands.
Collection: De Valera Museum
Category: Writing Equipment