Montblanc Mozart Pen
During the course of the nineteenth century, Mozart became the symbol
of the select, exquisite and beautiful, an image that the twentieth-century
commodity industry exploited to the fullest. In a cunningly crafted covering
text for this fountain pen, ingenuity and creativity are associated with
the physical act of writing itself. "Wer schreibt, der komponiert"
("He who writes, composes"). This high-quality fountain pen
itself was purportedly conceived with the demand for precision and perfection,
so that the object in turn can become the source for the effusions of
our souls. Dedicated to the purest of geniuses: the childhood genius Wolfgang
Hommage à Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Special
Edition Fountain Pen, Montblanc Pens.
© 2002 Division of Rare & Manuscript
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