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Montblanc - Montblanc Copernicus - Fountain pen

Montblanc launched the Montblanc fountain pen "Nicolas Copernicus" in 2003 on the occasion of the establishment of the "Montblanc Culture" foundation, with a limited edition of 4,810 pieces worldwide.

Nicholas Copernicus was born in Poland on February 19, 1473 and died on May 24, 1543. He was the astronomer who proposed the first heliocentric theory of the solar system. It was one of the key parts of the scientific revolution of the Renaissance. Copernicus, the great scholar of the scientific revolution, was a mathematician, astronomer, jurist, physicist, Catholic cleric, governor, administrator, military leader, diplomat, and economist. The heliocentric model is considered one of the most important theories in the history of Western science.

The pen is finished in anthracite paint and has nine AG925 CI sterling silver rings on the pen. On the clip, it bears faceted meteorites in bright green hues representing the sun.
writing system

Piston Pen


details:

Art Patron - N. Copernicus

New in original packaging (NOS)

Nib: 18k 750 gold nib

Spring strength F

Body and cap in anthracite paint

Inlays, Clips, Accessories and Rings in Sterling Silver

Glittering green meteorite in clip

Year of release: 2003

Limit: 4810

 

Scope of supply: complete set (box, service guide)

Object Fountain pen
Model / Type Montblanc Copernicus
Period 2000-2010
Material .750 (18 kt) gold
Manufacturer/ Brand Montblanc
Country of Origin Germany
Condition As new - unused
In working order Yes
Dimensions 14×1.5×14 cm
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