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The Writers Edition 2014 pays tribute to Daniel Defoe, an English novelist, pamphleteer and journalist, who is most famous for being the author of "Robinson Crusoe" (1719), the story of a man shipwrecked alone on an island. Defoe is considered to be one of the founders of the English novel, with "Robinson Crusoe" marking the beginning of realistic fiction as a literary genre. The overall shape of the Writers Edition refers to the paddle with which Crusoe attempted to escape from the abandoned island. The pattern recalls wooden grain and the fittings are inspired by the original book cover of "Robinson Crusoe". The clip appears as a feather, in reference to Robinson Crusoe's faithful companion, his parrot, while the ruthenium-coated 750 solid gold nib is finely engraved with the latter's portrait.

  • Ident Number: 110504
  • Piston Fountain Pen
  • Hand-crafted Au750 / 18 K gold nib ruthenium-coated
  • Montblanc ink: Mystery Black, Royal Blue, Midnight Blue, Burgundy Red, Lavender Purple, Oyster Gray, Toffee Brown, Irish Green, Corn Poppy Red

Features

  • Clip: Ruthenium-coated clip
  • Barrel: brown-black precious resin with wooden optic and ruthenium-coated fittings
  • Cap: brown-black precious resin with wooden optic and ruthenium-coated fittings

Writing System

  • TYPE: Piston Fountain Pen
  • NIB: Hand-crafted Au750 / 18 K gold nib ruthenium-coated

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  • Montblanc ink: Mystery Black, Royal Blue, Midnight Blue, Burgundy Red, Lavender Purple, Oyster Gray, Toffee Brown, Irish Green, Corn Poppy Red
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The Writers Edition 2014 pays tribute to Daniel Defoe, an English novelist, pamphleteer and journalist, who is most famous for being the author of "Robinson Crusoe" (1719), the story of a man shipwrecked alone on an island. Defoe is considered to be one of the founders of the English novel, with "Robinson Crusoe" marking the beginning of realistic fiction as a literary genre. The overall shape of the Writers Edition refers to the paddle with which Crusoe attempted to escape from the abandoned island. The pattern recalls wooden grain and the fittings are inspired by the original book cover of "Robinson Crusoe". The clip appears as a feather, in reference to Robinson Crusoe's faithful companion, his parrot, while the ruthenium-coated 750 solid gold nib is finely engraved with the latter's portrait.

  • Ident Number: 110504
  • Piston Fountain Pen
  • Hand-crafted Au750 / 18 K gold nib ruthenium-coated
  • Montblanc ink: Mystery Black, Royal Blue, Midnight Blue, Burgundy Red, Lavender Purple, Oyster Gray, Toffee Brown, Irish Green, Corn Poppy Red
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