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The Cumberland is a paper goods and pen carrying case by American company Nock Co.. Affectionately nicknamed the 'penvelope', this product is modeled and cut to look like a stationery envelope. The body of the penvelope has enough depth to hold 3 pocket-sized notebooks, while the flap has a pocket for 3 clip pens to sit. The flap is secured by a press-snap, a first for Nock Co. Despite having two named-editions, the format has not been released publicly, yet.
The "penvelope" cut was originally introduced to the public in 2016. Since then it has received 2 names, and had specific colorways for limited run availability.
- The Cumberland (2016) - A small batch run of 40, exclusively for the Atlanta Pen Show 2016 .
- The Sapelo (2017) - The design was resurrected early the following year, in an exclusive Steel Grey/Flourescent Orange colorway for the Pen Addict Live 2017 Kickstarter .
Both names come from islands in Georgia: Cumberland on the Southeast coast, and Sapelo about 40 miles North.