Montblanc Patron of Art 2014 Henry E. Steinway fountain pen

Item no: 110407

€2.314,05 EUR
The new Montblanc Patron of Art Limited Edition is named after perhaps the most famous piano builder in the world: Henry E. Steinway.

The History of Steinway & amp; Sons starts in 1836. Heinrich E. Steinweg built the first and now legendary grand piano for his wife. The 'workshop' was the kitchen of his own home in the town of Seesen. The 'kitchen piano', as it is also called, was the start of a revolution in piano construction. The legend Steinway & amp; Sons was born. He emigrated to America, changed his name to English Henry E. Steinway, and opened the Steinway & amp; Sons factory in New York..

The Montblanc Henry E. Steinway LE is made entirely in the style of the famous grand pianos, in stylish black precious resin with gold-plated fittings. The open-worked cap shell represents the characteristic cast iron frame of a piano. The portrait of the founder, Henry E. Steinway, is placed in a fine engraving on the 18-karat nib. Another nice detail is the clip that is shaped after Henry Steinway's patented tool for bending and fixing wood, an important tool that gives the grand piano its final shape. Above the piston knob is a wide gold-plated ring with the engraved "Steinway & amp; Sons", with the unique number of the pen next to it. The fountain pen is filled with a fixed piston and is available from stock.

Nib:

18K gold.

Edition:

4810

Other writing thicknesses on request:

EF, B, BB, OM, OB.











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