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Pope Julius II entered the Vatican in 1503 as the new Pontifex Maximus and during his ten-year papacy worked successfully to safeguard the church state and the unity of Italy. During his ponticate, the greatest patron in the history of the Church made Rome the centre of the Italian High Renaissance. With its composition of gold-coated latticework on a cream-coloured lacquered background, the Patron of Art Edition Pope Julius II recalls the colours of the papal clothing. On the Edition 888 the filigree latticework is made of Au 750 solid gold and the guilloched lacquer background shimmers in a luxuriant maroon. The cap head is a masterful reflection of the tiara, the headdress of the Pontiff. The Au 750 solid gold nib bears the finely engraved emblem of the Pope, the coat of arms of Pope Julius II, who, like hardly any other before or after him, led the clergy and was a Patron of the Arts.

  • Ident No.: 35577
  • Piston Fountain Pen
  • The Au 750 solid gold nib bears the finely engraved emblen of the Pope, the coat of arms of Pope Julius II.
  • Montblanc ink: Mystery Black, Royal Blue, Midnight Blue, Burgundy Red, Lavender Purple, Oyster Grey, Toffee Brown, Irish Green, Corn Poppy Red

Features

  • Clip: Clip set with 6 diamonds
  • Barrel: The filigree latticework is made of Au 750 solid gold and the guilloché lacquer background shimmers in a luxuriant maroon.
  • Cap: The cap head is a masterful reflection of the tiara, the headdress of the Pontiff, represented with precious stones.

Writing System

  • Type: Piston Fountain Pen
  • Nib: The Au 750 solid gold nib bears the finely engraved emblen of the Pope, the coat of arms of Pope Julius II.

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  • Montblanc ink: Mystery Black, Royal Blue, Midnight Blue, Burgundy Red, Lavender Purple, Oyster Grey, Toffee Brown, Irish Green, Corn Poppy Red
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Pope Julius II entered the Vatican in 1503 as the new Pontifex Maximus and during his ten-year papacy worked successfully to safeguard the church state and the unity of Italy. During his ponticate, the greatest patron in the history of the Church made Rome the centre of the Italian High Renaissance. With its composition of gold-coated latticework on a cream-coloured lacquered background, the Patron of Art Edition Pope Julius II recalls the colours of the papal clothing. On the Edition 888 the filigree latticework is made of Au 750 solid gold and the guilloched lacquer background shimmers in a luxuriant maroon. The cap head is a masterful reflection of the tiara, the headdress of the Pontiff. The Au 750 solid gold nib bears the finely engraved emblem of the Pope, the coat of arms of Pope Julius II, who, like hardly any other before or after him, led the clergy and was a Patron of the Arts.

  • Ident No.: 35577
  • Piston Fountain Pen
  • The Au 750 solid gold nib bears the finely engraved emblen of the Pope, the coat of arms of Pope Julius II.
  • Montblanc ink: Mystery Black, Royal Blue, Midnight Blue, Burgundy Red, Lavender Purple, Oyster Grey, Toffee Brown, Irish Green, Corn Poppy Red
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