Montblanc Agatha Christie Vermeil 4810 Fountain Pen Writers Edition Year 1993.
Agatha Christie was born in England on September 15, 1890, she was made a member of the Royal Literature Society and made “Doctor Honoris Causa” by the University of Exeter. In 1971 she was awarded the title of “Lady of the British Empire” a title of nobility that was rarely granted in those days.
Montblanc in 1993 launched the second limited series of it, this time dedicating its limited edition to Agatha Christie.
4810 fountain pens for everyone.
The design of the fountain pen is based on the style of the 20s, it is made of noble Montblanc resin in black color, the rings and clips in gold-plated sterling silver. The snake-shaped clip that screws onto the cap. The snake wants to represent the tension and intrigue of the works of Agatha Christie. The eyes of the serpent are two rubies. Agatha Christie’s signature is etched on the side of the clip. The 18 karat gold nib with a snake engraved on it.