The Philadelphia Pen Show, considered by many to be the third or fourth largest pen shows in the U.S.
See some of the featured pens.
Cost to Attend
Visitors can attend for $10 per day, $15 for two days or sign up for a three-day Early Trader pass with early admission for $45. Children under 13 are free.
The show will also feature calligraphy & Cursive writing classes and a course on pen collecting.
Nibmeisters & Pen Restoration
Need your fountain pen nibs fixed? Bring them to the show for expert repairs. We will have Richard Binder, Tim Girdler, and Mike & Linda Kennedy to solve your nib and pen restoration problems. We have others pen restorers as well.
Exhibitors can purchase interior table for $175 with no limit on tables. Wall tables are $225 on a first come, first serve basis. Pen manufacturers and distributors have guaranteed wall tables for $250.
The Philadelphia Pen Show will be held at the Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown Hotel. If you plan to stay at the hotel, ask for the $129 per night Philadelphia Pen Show rate. But reserve early, before December 20, 2014, to get the pen show rate as rooms are limited.
When to pay
Visitors can pay at the door. Exhibitors can order tables now with our Contact Form or fill out this form and mail it.