Montblanc – 149 Unicef Tom Sachs

935,00

Montblanc – 149 Unicef Tom Sachs

FP F NIB 18K
Condition= NOS ( New Old Stock ) – Stickers
Outher box, box and ink

1 in stock

Description

Description

This fantastic set, produced in only 4810 pieces worldwide, was designed by New York designer and artist Tom Sachs in support of the Unicef campaign “The Power To Write”, with which Montblanc asked 149 personalities from politics, business, art, culture and sport to help Unicef in the fight against illiteracy.

Montblanc pens need no introduction. They are a real institution in the field of fountain pens. They were born in 1908, in Germany, when August Eberstein and Alfred Nehemias combined creative genius with a flair for business. The early years were quite difficult: the pens then did not have the characteristic clip and the clips were produced separately.
The year that marked the turning point for the German company was 1924, when the famous Meisterstück was born, which not by chance in German means “wonder” and which was immediately a great success.
Montblanc pens today are synonymous with excellence, elegance, perfection. Those who choose a Montblanc do not accept compromises and only want the best for themselves.