In March 2007 two new fountain pens were announced - the 2007 Magna and the Excel - as well as a range of accessories.
To celebrate The Royal Ballet 75th Anniversary in 2006, Onoto produced two entirely different styles – the Aspirations range and the Contemporary range. Both were designed by Onoto’s Master Goldsmith, Jack Perry, using the traditional skills of guilloché engraving and vitreous enamelling, to create masterpieces of the pen makers art.
The Centenary Onoto, The Horatio Nelson and The Emma Hamilton pens were displayed at the London Pen Show on Sunday 2 October 2005 at Kensington Town Hall, London.
The Horatio Nelson and The Emma Hamilton fountain pens were on display at the launch of Remember Nelson at St Paul's Cathedral, London on 19 May 2005.
The Centenary Onoto launched at The Chicago Pen Show from 28 April to 1 May 2005 by David Cooper the Managing Director of The Onoto Pen Company. In addition, a prototype of The Horatio Nelson pen was on display and was reviewed in Stylophiles Online Magazine.
On 27 April 2005 a prototype Centenary numbered P10/10, with two-colour Onoto 7 nib, Onoto box, and cloth pouch, with Onoto History booklet by Stephen Hull was sold at Bloomsbury Auctions with the proceeds going to the charitable Onoto Foundation.
The Centenary Onoto shown at the UK Northern Pen Show at the Clifton Arms Hotel in Lytham on 24 April 2005.
The Centenary Onoto shown at The Great Southeastern Pen Show in Atlanta on 1 - 3 April 2005.
Read an article about The Onoto Pen Company from the UK Eastern Daily Press. Click here.
The Onotoist - the Newsletter of the Onoto Pen Company - first edition April 2005. Click here.
View the launch of The Onoto Pen Company and The Centenary Onoto at The London Stock Exchange on 16 March 2005. Click here.
In commemoration of the centenary of the first Onoto fountain pen in 1905 and to celebrate De La Rue's long association with 110 Bunhill Road, London, The Onoto Pen Company presented a Centenary pen, number "110", to De La Rue plc.