THE HOME OF LUXURY PENS. Montblanc patron of the arts Queen Elizabeth I limited edition 4810 fountain pen. MONTBLANC PATRON OF THE ARTS QUEEN ELIZABETH I 4810 LIMITED EDITION FOUNTAIN PEN. A rare patron of the arts Queen Elizabeth I 4810 limited edition fountain pen by montblanc. This one has never been used never been inked and is complete with all its boxes and booklets.Montblanc have released a patron of the arts limited edition every year since 1992 and the Queen Elizabeth I is from 2010, two limited editions were made the gold plated 4810 and the much rarer solid gold 888, this is the former the 4810 model (i also have the 888 listed). The pen is made from a black lacquer with 18K gold plated trim and has the montblanc emblem at the top of the cap and has a green gemstone at the end of the clip. At the top of the cap is the famous montblanc emblem and just below this is the limited edition number this one is number this one is number 766 / 4810. The pens cap is screw on and the pen is a piston filler.
The pens nib is made from 18K gold and is a rarer M= medium in size. The pen comes complete with its outer card box, wooden presentation case info booklets. Here at DylanStephen pens we are committed to providing quality pens at great prices. All my pens are 100% genuine. I have several years of experience and thousands of happy customers over the years.
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Any enquiries feel free to contact me. And exceptions - opens in a new window or tab. The item "Montblanc patron of the arts Queen Elizabeth I limited edition 4810 fountain pen" is in sale since Friday, May 14, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectables\Pens & Writing Equipment\Pens\Fountain Pens\Montblanc".
The seller is "dylan*stephen" and is located in Derby. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.