Montblanc Patron of Art Alexander The Great 4810 Fountain Pen – DIPPED


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Thanks very much for looking at our listing for this Montblanc Patron of Art 4810 Alexander the Great Limited Edition Fountain Pen, which comes with its lacquered presentation box (including outers) and information booklet – confirming first purchase in 2nd May 1998. As with other POA pens, only 4810 were produced and this is number 2616. The pen was only dipped to test and is presented in virtually as new condition.




In 1998, Montblanc honoured Alexander The Great – under the tutelage of Aristotle, the young king of Macedonia took Greek architecture, philosophy and art to large swathes of the Orient, during his travels. During his reign he founded many cities, including Alexandria in Egypt.




The cap and cone are gold-plated, with the cap being shaped like a slender column and being adorned with lotus flowers. The barrel features gold-coloured veins, flowing through the marbled lacquer barrel.




The 18k medium nib features an engraving of a stylised head of a ram, which is a symbol of the god Amon – Alexander was once declared by an oracle to be the son of Amon on Earth.




The pen is a piston filler, so your choice here is bottled ink.




The important details are as follows…



Virtually As New Condition 




Montblanc Presentation Box



Limitation Number present 




Medium Nib



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