Montblanc Casa Codina Fountain Pen 1898. It is a special limited edition and only a total of 100 pieces were released. Therefore, it is a unique piece for exclusive collectors. It may be the last chance to buy this model in new condition. It is presented in its original packaging and with all the official documentation, as is usual at Montblanc.
The Casa Codina fountain pen is dedicated to the emblematic modernist building of the same name. Designed by Gaudí in 1898, it is located on the famous Paseo de Gracia in Barcelona.
The design of this piece follows the characteristics of the Legrand 146 Meisterstück model. The body is made of black precious resin. Also, the cap is made of the same material. It incorporates an inlay of the Montblanc emblem.
The nib is made of 18k 585 rose gold and is one of the highlights. It presents an original engraving of the famous dragon designed by Gaudí. Moreover, the clip is also plated in rose gold. The usual decorative rings on Montblanc pieces are also rose gold plated. The main one is engraved with the manufacturer's mark.
For this exclusive writing instrument, a standard loading system has been chosen. It has a plunger converter, which guarantees ease of use and maximum compatibility with the wide variety of inks that you can choose for this pen.
As is usual at Montblanc, every detail has been taken care of to present the piece in an exceptional way. A nice case contains the documentation and user manual. Its exterior reproduces the famous designs of the great creator Gaudí.
It is very difficult to find this exclusive collector's pen for sale in its original condition. For an exclusive collector who wants a unique piece, this may be the last chance to add it to their collection.