Only Online Auction

Geneva, Apr 07, 2021

LOT 407

Montblanc, “Patron of Art Edition”, Ref. 28787, made in 2010
“Elisabeth I”, limited edition, No. 1 930 / 4 810

CHF 1,650 - 2,200

EUR 1,500 - 2,000 / USD 1,800 - 2,400 / HKD 13,900 - 18,600

Fountain-pen with medium 18K yellow gold nib engraved with crown insignia and the dates 1558 and 1603 (dated 2010)
Original fitted box and outer box, “Elisabeth I.” booklet and guarantee (dated May 10, 2010)

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Brand Montblanc


Montblanc, “Elisabeth I.”
Montblanc created this pen in 2010 in honour of Elisabeth I (1533-1603), Queen of England and Ireland (1558-1603), perhaps the most influential of English monarchs – Elizabeth I is remembered not only for her foreign policy successes, which escalated England to world-historical pre-eminence, but for her love of culture and the arts –, in a limited and numbered edition of 4 810 examples. The twentieth of Montblanc’s “Patron of Art Edition”.
The pen (body and cap) is crafted of bright lacquer and 18K gold-plated mountings, is a worthy tribute to this extraordinary leader.


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