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Montblanc Patron 888: Henry E. Steinway FP * SEALED  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$6,000
Estimate:
$4,000 - $6,000

Title:
Henry E. Steinway 18K Gold Limited Edition 888 Skeleton-Cap Fountain Pen * SEALED

Author:
Montblanc Patron of Art Series

Place:
Germany

Publisher:

Date:
2014

Description:

Tribute to the 19th century piano maker. The pen's design features the classic Steinway piano color interplay of black, white and gold, as the barrel's piano key motif nicely offsets the skeletonized 18K gold piano frame overlay. Medium 18K gold nib etched with portrait of Henry Steinway. Outer box, inner box, lacquered wood display box, folder with booklet and service guide. Limited Edition: 592/888.  Excellent condition, not inked, pen still sealed in original plastic sheathe.


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Item number:
293370
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