Graf von Faber Castell Pen of the Year 2018 Imperium Romanum LE Rollerball Pen

£1,195.00

1 in stock

Thanks very much for looking at our listing for this wonderful Graf von Faber-Castell Pen of the Year 2018 Imperium Romanum Limited Edition Rollerball Pen, which comes with a large Graf von Faber-Castell lacquered presentation box (including outers – the final cardboard outer has some wear), information booklet and stamped card – confirming first purchase on 24th July 2018. The pen has been very lightly used and is presented in wonderful condition. Only 120 pens were produced and this is number 017. We’re also selling the fountain pen version!

 

 

Graf von Faber-Castell are renowned for the quality and finish of their writing instruments and the Pen of the Year series is at the heart of this reputation. As the name suggests, each year they release a pen that commemorates a particular place or person and in 2018 it was the founding of Rome in 753 BC.

 

With its great rulers, magnificent buildingd and historical cultural achievements, the Roman empire continues to fascinate us to this day. The barrel features platinum-plated rings, which are decorated with laurel wreaths – between the rings are three segments of staturario marble from Carrara.

 

The cap featues an engraving of the Colosseum with the cap top being adorned by a miniature version of a Roman penny – modelled on a rare silver coin from 44BC and depicting Caesar’s head.

 

The pen comes with a new black rollerball refill.

 

 

The important details are as follows…

Wonderful Condition 

 


Graf von Faber-Castell presentation box

 


Limitation Number present 

 

 

With every pen that we sell we provide a card that includes the manufacturer, model, serial / limitation number and date it was purchased from us. We do this because our customers like to have documentation showing that it’s been purchased from a trusted seller. As the Financial Times said recently in their How To Spend It publication – “izods is an e-cache of ultra fine fountain pens”.