Montblanc – Walt Disney 4810

2.999,00

Montblanc – Walt Disney 4810

FP NIB M 18K
Condition= New 
Complete (With outer box, box & papers)

 

Out of stock

Description

Description

The name Walt Disney has always been linked to the art of animated films and the history of American cinema. From his initial idea of ​​perfecting the technique of animated drawings, an empire of unimaginable proportions arose.
Born in 1901 in Chicago, Walter Elias Disney became one of the most influential and revered film producers of his time, thanks to his pioneering spirit and his creative ability. The overall shape of the writing instrument is inspired by the legendary Disney monorail, while the colors refer to the original poster of the short film “Steamboat Willy” (1920), which represents Mickey Mouse.

The body and the cap in matt black precious resin conceal some images of Mickey Mouse, while on the upper part of the cap there is the signature of Walt Disney.
A series of coordinates engraved on the cone celebrates an element of great importance in Disney’s early career. These coordinates provide the exact location of the garage belonging to Walt Disney’s uncle, where Walt Disney and his brother had set up a small camera.