Montblanc Patron of Art Sir Henry Tate 4810 Fountain Pen – UNUSED
1 in stock
1 in stock
Thanks very much for looking at our listing for this Montblanc Patron of Art 4810 Sir Henry Tate Limited Edition Fountain Pen, which comes with its lacquered presentation box (including outers) and information booklet – confirming first purchase in April 2006. As with other POA pens, only 4810 were produced and this is number . The pen has never been used and is presented in essentially as new condition – the M sticker, denoting a medium nib, remains on the barrel.
In 2006, Montblanc honoured the legendary sugar trader, Sir Henry Tate. The geometric designs on the platinum-plated cap and barrel reflect elements of the style of the Tate Britain building, which was financed by him. The vibrant red lacquer guilloche inlays make this a very striking writing instrument.
The Tate is an unusual Patron of Art offering (like the Friedrich II), as it features the same retractable nib mechanism found on the Boheme range – as such it’s a cartridge only pen.
The 18k medium nib features an engraving of two sugar canes.
The important details are as follows…
Essentially As New Condition
Montblanc Presentation Box
Limitation Number present
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