Montblanc Friedrich II the Great, Patron of Art, 1999, 18k M Nib, 4513/4810 WOW! Montblanc Friedrich II the Great, Patron of Art, 1999, 18k M Nib, 4513/4810 WOW!

Montblanc Friedrich II the Great, Patron of Art, 1999, 18k M Nib, 4513/4810 WOW!

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Frederick II was King of Prussia from 1740 until 1786, the longest reign of any Hohenzollern king. His most significant accomplishments during his reign included his military victories, his reorganization of Prussian armies, his patronage of the arts and the Enlightenment in Prussia.  Frederick played the flute, and during his life composed roughly one-hundred sonatas and a handful of symphonies for the instrument. During his time on the throne, Frederick surrounded himself with great musicians, artists, and thinkers. And it’s here that we find a less celebrated reason for Frederick’s greatness — as a patron of the arts.

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Montblanc Friedrich II the Great, Patron of Art

 1999, 18k M Nib, 4513/4810

The Patron of Art Edition Friedrich II the Great fountain pen honors an extraordinary King of Prussia.  Made in his honor, the Boehme-sized gold-coated barrel is decorated by two rings embellished with a pattern of graceful interlinking arches. Like the elegant clip, these are also gold-coated.

The 18k gold nib, which carries an engraving of the royal monogram of “Fredericus Rex”, highlights an ingenious mechanism that enables the pen to be screwed back into the barrel to provide protection of the writing tip.

A stunning pen, the Friedrich II the Great pen showcases the intricate design, beauty and functionality you have come to expect from Montblanc. This will be a royal addition to your collection!!

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Specifications

Condition Used
Pen Type Fountain
Brand Montblanc
Condition Description Mint condition. Original box and papers included.