• Tuckerton Seaport product now available

    HPC is proud to release the the first series of product available in our online store and in the Museum Gift Shop at the Bayman's Museum and Tuckerton Seaport in Tuckerton, NJ. A limited edition line of magnets, bookmarks and ornaments made from wood taken from one of the seaport's dismantled sneakbox boats have been designed and created by HPC to help support the Bayman's Museum and Tuckerton Seaport. Like all HPC product, these heirloom and commemorative items are limited in quantity and Made in America. Although not currently available, HPC artisans will also be hand crafting a series of pen...

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  • Superstorm Sandy, The Shack and Atlantic City's Boardwalk

    Located in Southern Ocean County, New Jersey, The Historic Pen Company continues to support and participate in the clean up following Superstorm Sandy while aiding our neighbors, friends and businesses.  One of our featured cultural sites was the iconic Shack located in the marsh on the Route 72 Causeway connecting the mainland with Long Beach Island, the welcoming site that announced to visitors, vacationers and locals that the beach was just a few more minutes straight ahead, is no more, succumbing to Sandy. Built in the 1920's to shelter local hunters and fisherman, The Shack has had a long and...

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  • Welcome to The Historic Pen Company, Where History Comes Alive

    HISTORIC PEN COMPANY partners with TUCKERTON SEAPORT AND BAYMEN’S MUSEUM Online Store goes live October 19, 2012   Manahawkin, NJ October 15, 2012:  The Historic Pen Company has partnered with the Tuckerton Seaport and Baymen’s Museum and will create an extensive line of pens, Christmas Ornaments and other product from one of the recently dismantled Sneakbox boats owned by the Seaport and Museum. A Sneakbox is a small boat that can be sailed, rowed, poled or sculled. It is predominantly associated with the Barnegat Bay in New Jersey, just as the canoe-like Delaware Ducker is associated with the New Jersey...

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