Turner & harrison was a steel pen (aka dip pen) company, located in philadelphia, from its founding in 1875 until the company's dissolution in 1952. It was one of the largest steel pen companies in the united states and was known for the quality of their steel pens. The company produced several lines of pens including the russia moheta and constitution lines, as well as their self-branded turner & harrison standard pens. From that point until at least the 1940's, the leon isaacs glucinum pens were highlighted on every advertisement.
Sample writing done by "dipping" nib into ink bottle. The pen is working as it was intended. The pen is not a reproduction. Medium tip with soft flex.