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A thrilling symbiosis is reflected in the writing instruments of the Patron of the Art Edition Hommage à J. Pierpont Morgan. With their creative design of 925 sterling silver and modern carbon fibre on the cap, seemingly contradictory elements combine to form a unique blend of materials.
In the 888, this pattern is made of carbon and 750 solid gold.

With its clear design the barrel brings back to life the Age of Industrialisation. The finely engraved M on the rhodium-plated 18-karat gold nib is reminiscent not only of a great financier, but also of his immortal legacy: the Morgan Library.

John Pierpont Morgan was not only one of the most influential financial magnates during America’s “Golden Age”, but also an enthusiastic lover and patron of the arts. His legacy has its most impressive manifestation in the Morgan Library which he founded in New York: in one of the world’s largest collections of significant works from art, literature, music and history, masterpieces from the Middle Ages can be found next to classics of the Modern Age.

Limited Edition 4810

Launch: 2004
Limitation: 4.810 Fountain Pens

Characteristics:
• Cap made of carbon and 925 sterling silver
• Barrel and mountings made of 925 sterling silver
• Rhodium-plated 18-karat gold nib

Limited Edition 888         

Launch: 2004
Limitation: 888 Fountain Pens

Characteristics:
• Cap made of carbon and 750 solid gold
• Barrel and mountings made of 750 solid gold
• Rhodium-plated 18-karat gold nib

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A thrilling symbiosis is reflected in the writing instruments of the Patron of the Art Edition Hommage à J. Pierpont Morgan. With their creative design of 925 sterling silver and modern carbon fibre on the cap, seemingly contradictory elements combine to form a unique blend of materials.
In the 888, this pattern is made of carbon and 750 solid gold.

With its clear design the barrel brings back to life the Age of Industrialisation. The finely engraved M on the rhodium-plated 18-karat gold nib is reminiscent not only of a great financier, but also of his immortal legacy: the Morgan Library.

John Pierpont Morgan was not only one of the most influential financial magnates during America’s “Golden Age”, but also an enthusiastic lover and patron of the arts. His legacy has its most impressive manifestation in the Morgan Library which he founded in New York: in one of the world’s largest collections of significant works from art, literature, music and history, masterpieces from the Middle Ages can be found next to classics of the Modern Age.

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Hommage à J.P. Morgan

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