Montblanc Charles Dickens Fountain Pen Writers Edition 2001


Main characteristics of the product
18-carat two-tone gold nib partially rhodium-plated at point M with engraved Charles Dickens monogram
Limited series of 18,000 fountain pens.
Plunger loading system
Green noble resin body with writer’s signature
925 sterling silver cap with screw closure
Montblanc’s white star crowns the cap


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Montblanc in 2001 launched its limited series dedicated to writers, this time dedicating its limited edition to Charles Dickens.
Charles John Huffan Dickens was born in Postmouth on February 7, 1810, died on June 9, 1870, he was a famous English novelist, one of the best known in world literature and the main one of the Victorian era.

He knew how to master the narrative genre, with humor and irony, and a sharp and sharp social criticism. In his work the descriptions of people and places, both real and imaginary, stand out.

The Montblanc Charles Dickens fountain pen was launched on the market in 2001.

The pieces of the limited series “Charles Dickens” are made of noble green Montblanc resin, all the finishes of the Montblanc Charles Dickens pen in sterling silver, as well as the cap.
The author’s signature on the body of the fountain pen.

The cap of this piece is made of ag 925 silver, inspired by the Victorian era.