Montblanc Heritage Egyptomania Resin fountain pen

Item no: 125471

€690,08 EUR
This year's Heritage collection is inspired by stationery from the Montblanc archives from the 1920s and 1930s. This was a time when the history of ancient Egypt and its discoveries fascinated Europe. In principle, this was mainly due to the decipherment of the hieroglyphic script by Jean-François Champollion in 1822. However, Howard Carter's discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamun in 1922 caused a true Egyptomania in Europe.

In line with their predecessors, the frame shape is octagonal and all pens have a retro clip decorated with a scarab, the symbol of the human heart and immortality. The engraving on the cap, Montblanc in hieroglyphs "white stone mountain", recalls the passion for Egyptian culture in the 1920s.g.

Heritage Egyptomania Resin features an octagonal black precious resin cap and barrel with authentic hieroglyphs, vintage gold-plated fittings and a 14 karat gold nib with an embossed scarab.

In addition to the aesthetic qualities of the collection, the nib of the fountain pen has a modern design with a triangular air hole. Due to the shape of this opening, the nib has a much higher flexibility and thus also resembles the historical Montblancs of yesteryear in writing style. Both fountain pen variants are of course equipped with a fixed piston.

The collection consists of two editions, each available as a fountain pen, ballpoint pen and roller pen.

We expect to have these pens available soon.

 Nib:

14K gold.

Other writing thicknesses on request:

EF, B, BB, OM, OB.

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