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A.T. Cross
For more than 166 years, Cross.com strives in combining design ingenuity with jewelry-quality craftsmanship for fine writing instruments, timepieces, and personal accessories. A. T. Cross Company is listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market LLC® under the symbol ATX. Having obtained CROSS Inks License Partnership with Franklin Covey Products, today, Cross caters to the need for a style and fashion that meets current trends.

Headquartered in beautiful Lincoln, Rhode Island Cross products comes out not only to the consumer gift market but also to business gift market through fine stores and a network of companies around the globe. For their grand array of products, see below.

PENS & PENCILS

Ballpoint Pens

Rollerball Pens

Fountain Pens

Pencils Sets

PLANNERS & JOURNALS

Journals

Padfolios

Jotters

Agendas

PEN CASES & WALLETS

Pen Cases

Wallets

Passport

WalletsCard

Cases

READERS & ACCESSORIES

Readers

Watches

Cufflinks

REFILLS & INK

Ballpoint

Rollerball

Fountain

Pencil

Felt tip

Highlighter

Agendas

Jotters

Looking for that perfect gift for someone dear to you? Or just having the heart of wanting to give gifts? Cross would be very glad to assist you with their Gift Finder.

Lastly, Cross is committed to customer satisfaction. Hence, products are unquestionably guaranteed against mechanical failure: writing instruments for life, leather accessories for a full year, timepieces for two years.

America's pioneering manufacturer of fine writing instruments was established in 1846. Manufacturing in the Providence, RI, facility started only to elegantly tooling gold and silver casings for wooden pencils.

With more than 21 registered patents, the A. T. Cross Company soon thrived and introduced many important "firsts" in the field of writing instruments which includes the propel-repel mechanical pencil, a forerunner of today's mechanical pencils. They also initiated the Stylographic pen and the precursor of the ball-point pen by more than 70 years.

Cross was a highly skilled pen and pencil maker, who passed his knowledge on to his son, Alonzo Townsend Cross. In 1916, the Cross family sold the company to an employee, Walter R. Boss, who led the company's growth we all know today. It was then inherited by his sons Ellery and W. Russell. Today, David G. Whalen became President and Chief Executive Officer in 1999, Russell A. Boss is Chairman of the Board and Bradford R. Boss is Chairman Emeritus.

Today, Walter's grandsons are at the helm of the company, which became a public security traded on the American Stock Exchange in 1971.
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