MONTBLANC | A SET OF THREE WRITING INSTRUMENTS CONSISTING OF ONE FOUNTAIN PEN, ONE BALLPOINT PEN AND ONE MECHANICAL PENCIL, CIRCA 2008
A SET OF THREE WRITING INSTRUMENTS CONSISTING OF ONE FOUNTAIN PEN, ONE BALLPOINT PEN AND ONE MECHANICAL PENCIL, CIRCA 2008
Type: Fountain, Ballpoint, and Pencil
Model: Writer series, George Bernard Shaw
Number: 01677/16000, 01677/18000, 1677/4000
Cap: Platinum plated and green marbled resin
Barrel: Platinum plated and green marbled resin
Nib/Tip: 18k gold nib, platinum plated tips
Signed: Cap signed Montblanc, G. Bernard Shaw
Overall length: All approximately 13.5 cm
Accessories: Accompanied by presentation box, outer packaging and booklet
The present pen is in good overall condition, and has been used sparingly in its past. The present set of pens still have their original plastic sleeve coverings from the manufacturer. There is some scratching and wear visible throughout from prior use. Sotheby's does not provide ink or cartridges for pens. Please note that Sotheby's does not guarantee the future working of the pen.
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Sotheby's, New York, 9 October 1985, lot 18
The coin in the cover of this tankard celebrates the marriage of the Polish King John III Sobieski to Marie Casimire Louise de La Grange d'Arquien in 1674. The coin in the base celebrates his predecessor Sigismund III Vasa (1587-1632).