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Cheap Montblanc Pens presents a series of John Lennon writing tools to pay tribute to the artist!
In 2010 coincides with the 70th anniversary of John Lennon's birth, Cheap Mont Blanc Pens presented a series of John Lennon writing tools to its long-term immortal achievements in lyrics, music, and art The pursuit of freedom and peace of life philosophy. The most expensive of these mont blanc pens series is the limited edition of 70 John Lennon limited edition 70 to represent the 70th anniversary of Lennon's birth. White gold pen engraved "Imagine" 7 English letters; pen and cap under the transparent blue resin and a pencil sapphire, a symbol of Lennon often wear signs blue round glasses; pen on the three diamonds, on behalf of The "Imagine" a chord; mont blanc pens tail black and white piano paint decoration symbol Lennon's musical talent; 18K gold pen mouth engraved with Lennon's self-portrait.
John Lennon Memorial Series 1940 limited to 1940 to represent the year of Lennon birth; guitar handle mont blanc pens set in a blue Danquan stone (tanzanite), a symbol of Lennon often wear blue round glasses; pen Engraved with "Imagine" a release date 02.10.1971 words and Lennon self-portrait pattern; 18K gold-plated pen mouth engraved with symbols. John Lennon special series of 2010 design contains the 20th century, 50-60 years of music and cultural elements to the music wizards to pay tribute: black resin pen and pen cap has a fine pit pattern, symbol of the appearance of vinyl records ; Hand-shaped like a guitar handle (with strings and strings); hand-carved 18K gold pen mouth symbolizes the symbol of peace, the front of the pen ring engraved with John Lennon self-portrait (he often self-portrait Replace the signature) to highlight the deep meaning of this series.
The Montblanc Patron of Art Pavarotti 4810 Fountain Pen - Limited Edition. A tribute to the World's Greatest singing artist, Luciano Pavarotti His masterful singing artistry put him on the big stages of the most prominent opera houses in the world.
As in most of his stage appearances, Pavarotti wore a black tuxedo with a white shirt and white bow-tie which served as the inspiration for the Limited Edition in black and white lacquer. Also after his performances he used to wear a large and extravagant scarf. This eye catching style of Pavarotti's is reflected in the gold-plated clip which is wrapped casually around the cap, with the Montblanc emblem in white precious resin. Available in number of 4810 only, it features a delicate engraving of a bent nail.