CHICAGO'S 21ST CENTURY CHOICE FOR PENS
231 South LaSalle Street Lobby
Wintrust Financial Bank Building
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Hours: M - F 9:30 - 5
CENTURY PENS is 1,300 square feet of
glass and steel retail perfection. Like a giant
jewel box it is filled with Pens from every
corner of the Pen World. With a combined
pen retail sales history of nearly 60 years
we'll do our best to find the perfect pen for
your needs. We have writing instruments
from $6 to $6,000 and lots in between. We
tell our clients all the time- "You don't have
to spend a lot to have a wonderful pen".
We like to treat our clients as we would like
to be treated. As a result we have many loyal
clients that have been coming to us for nearly
40 years. Our Yelp Reviews tell the story-
Yelp Users Love Us! Find out for Yourself-
Visit Us next time you're in Chicago.
See for yourself why CENTURY PENS is so
| No, it's not me levitating fountain pens and paper, it's all part of a project Japanese
photographer Kentaro Yamada is putting together for his Uplifted.net Project.
Cool isn't it. Soon to be a great book.
Check out his other photos at theuplifted.net
Our Brands -
Steinhoff Jewelry Pens Pentel
Amodex Ink & Stain Remover
Waterman & Diamine Bottled Inks
Aurora Laban Wooden Pen Display Boxes
Conklin Leather Pen Pouches
Kaweco Custom Handmade & Handmade Leather Goods
Diplomat Caran d'Ache
Krone Limited Editions
24th ANNUAL FALL PEN DAYS 2018
Meet the representatives from the various Pen Manufacturers on Wednesdays
in November and December from 12-3 during CENTURY PENS FALL PEN DAYS.
You can also save 15% all day long on everything in the store. See the latest
pen designs, meet the company reps, and save 15% during CENTURY PENS
FALL PEN DAYS. Find that special Holiday gift, or the best gift of all, one for
Pen Day Schedule
Coming in the Fall of 2018
Photo from Chicago Tribune
article that ran January 31, 2016 in
their Business Section.
" Don't Write Off The Pen".
The online version contains what
could be called a three minute
commercial for CENTURY PENS.
Chicago Tribune Article January 31, 2016