Montblanc Charles Dickens Writers Limited Edition Fountain Pen - NEVER INKED

£599.99

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Thanks very much for looking at our listing for this wonderful Montblanc Charles Dickens Writers Limited Edition Fountain Pen, which comes with its book style presentation box (including outer) and unstamped paperwork. The pen has never been inked and is presented in overall excellent condition – it was originally part of a set. There is a little wear to the white lettering on the cap and some very light marks where the cap screws on to the barrel.

 

 

The Victorian era is generally viewed as one of the most outstanding periods of English culture. Its special elegance is recaptured in this writers edition (launched in 2001). The barrel, made of green / blue precious resin, is decorated with the writer’s signature.

 

 

The AG925 sterling silver fluted cap, provides an elegant finishing touch to this tribute to the most famous author of the Victorian era. We’ve lightly polished the silver elements, leaving only a little of the patina.

 

 

Charles Dickens is still one of the best-known and most frequently read authors of English literature. His unique skill for creating true pictures from words, his unerring feel for the mood of Victorian England and the power and passion of his trenchant and satirical narratives have alternately made his readers laugh and moved them to tears.

 

 

The pen is fitted with an 18k medium nib and it’s a piston filler – so your choice here is bottled ink.

 

 

The important details are as follows…

 

Date: 2001

 

Condition: Excellent

 

Box: Montblanc

 

Limitation Number: 0224 / 18000

 

 

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