Second Battle of Trenton # F;AOD2652 Sycamore
This pen is made from a sycamore tree growing along the Assunpink Creek that served as Washington’s defense and the frontline in the Second Battle of Trenton. This battle was not only important in the “ten crucial days,” but also, the site of perhaps the most important reenlistment of the war for independence. With some imagination the dark marking on the pen looks a little like an old flat bottomed ferry boat of the sort used in the area at the time.
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