The Haro brand was named after the first two letters in the name of its founder, Hans Roggenbuck. The company was started in 1926 in Pomerania where they produced fountain pens in the 1930s. After the war, they moved their production to Regensburg. Like all of the early Haro pens, this model II has a glass nib, which is an exceptionally smooth writer. It’s a relatively small pen, and it’s in good condition except for the visible pitting on the steel clip.
Total weight: g
Body weight: g
Total length (not posted): 104.4 mm
Total length(with cap): 122.4 mm
Barrel max diameter: 9.9 mm
Cap max diameter: 12.1 mm