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New since 1924: The Montblanc Meisterstück fountain pen is one of the best-known and most famous writing instruments of our time. Hand-crafted in the best European tradition, its 18 K hand-ground gold nib with platinum inlay, three gold-plated rings, gold-plated clip and deep black precious resin barrel make this luxurious writing instrument a legend among fountain pens.

Availabilty: Available from May
The blue colour of the Montblanc Around the World in 80 Days ink is inspired by the colour of the Around the World in 80 Days writing instruments collection. The glass ink bottle is filled with 50ml of Montblanc ink. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already havewritten with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €35.60
Ex Tax:EUR €29.42
Availabilty: Available from May
The blue colour of the Montblanc Around the World in 80 Days ink is inspired by the colour of the writing instruments of the Around the World in 80 Days collection. The ink will be produced temporarly and comes 8 in a pack. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already havewritten with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €9.20
Ex Tax:EUR €7.60
Availabilty: Innerhalb von 7 Werktagen
The Montblanc Fine Stationery Around the World in 80 Days #146 Blue Medium Notebook measures 150x210mm and contains 96 sheets of high quality 85 grams - silver cut - paper.  Montblanc's dedication to writing culture and the pleasure of writing forms an essential part of our history. It is the key to building up categories linked to our writing instruments and writing accessories. Consequently, Montblanc strives to embrace the trend of Fine Stationery to complement its culture of writing. Montblanc offers a new, distinctive and original fine stationery line, combining Montblanc's signature and tradition of excellence with a contemporary spirit. The Montblanc Fine Stationery collection is completely produced in Florence, Italy. The cover of the Montblanc notebooks are made of the finest Saffiano leather and filled with high-quality paper, which is watermarked with the characteristic Montblanc emblem. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already havewritten with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €75.00
Ex Tax:EUR €61.98
Availabilty: Innerhalb von 7 Werktagen
The Montblanc Fine Stationery Around the World in 80 Days Playing Cards #146 Blue Medium Notebook measures 150x210mm and contains 96 sheets of high quality 85 grams - silver cut - paper.  Montblanc's dedication to writing culture and the pleasure of writing forms an essential part of our history. It is the key to building up categories linked to our writing instruments and writing accessories. Consequently, Montblanc strives to embrace the trend of Fine Stationery to complement its culture of writing. Montblanc offers a new, distinctive and original fine stationery line, combining Montblanc's signature and tradition of excellence with a contemporary spirit. The Montblanc Fine Stationery collection is completely produced in Florence, Italy. The cover of the Montblanc notebooks are made of the finest Saffiano leather and filled with high-quality paper, which is watermarked with the characteristic Montblanc emblem. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already havewritten with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €75.00
Ex Tax:EUR €61.98
Availabilty: In stock
Montblanc, ein Synonym für höchste Schreibkultur seit 100 Jahren, hat sich bleibende Werte wie Qualität und traditionelle Handwerkskunst erhalten. Seine kompromisslosen Ansprüche an Form, Stil, Material und Verarbeitung spiegeln sich in den Produkten wider. Alle Fine Stationery Produkte werden in Italien gefertigt und bestehen aus hochwertigem 70 g/m² Papier, das ein Wasserzeichen des Montblanc Emblems ziert. Vollendet wird das Produkt von einem strukturierten weichen Einband mit silberfarben geprägtem Montblanc Emblem und Papier mit silberfarbenen Kanten...
EUR €255.00
Ex Tax:EUR €210.74
Availabilty: In stock
The brown colour of the Montblanc Le Petit Prince Aviator ink is inspired by the colour of the leather cap of the Aviator, who encounters the Little Prince in the Sahara desert. The ink will be produced temporarly and comes 8 in a pack. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already havewritten with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €8.10
Ex Tax:EUR €6.69
Availabilty: In stock
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. The two dates engraved on the handcrafted Au 750 solid gold nib mark the start date of the journey - 2 October - and the date Fogg arrived in Bombay to complete the first stage - 20 October. The nib is decorated with a hot-air balloon, honouring Jules Verne’s adventurous spirit and refers to another of his works, Five Weeks in a Balloon, in which his characters used a hot-air balloon to search for the source of the Nile. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. The ink bottles and ink cartridges of Montblanc are available in our webstore. Montblanc is a leader in the world of luxury since 1908. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo. Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products with a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €730.00
Ex Tax:EUR €603.31
Availabilty: Available from May
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. The Montblanc Meisterstück Classique is slimmer and slightly smaller than the Meisterstück Le Grand collection.  Click here for the rollerball refills and here for the fineliner refills of this Montblanc pen. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already havewritten with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €570.00
Ex Tax:EUR €471.07
Availabilty: In stock
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the first part of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. Click here for the refills of this Montblanc pen. Montblanc is a leader in the world of luxury since 1908. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo. Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products with a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €470.00
Ex Tax:EUR €388.43
Availabilty: Available from May
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. The Doué version has a distinctive silver cap. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. The two dates engraved on the handcrafted Au 750 solid gold nib mark the start date of the journey - 2 October - and the date Fogg arrived in Bombay to complete the first stage - 20 October. The nib is decorated with a hot-air balloon, honouring Jules Verne’s adventurous spirit and refers to another of his works, Five Weeks in a Balloon, in which his characters used a hot-air balloon to search for the source of the Nile. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. The ink bottles and ink cartridges of Montblanc are available in our webstore. Montblanc is a leader in the world of luxury since 1908. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo. Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products with a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €1,190.00
Ex Tax:EUR €983.47
Availabilty: In stock
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. The Doué version of this pen comes with a distinctive silver cap. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. Click here for the rollerball refills and here for the fineliner refills of this Montblanc pen. Montblanc is a leader in the world of luxury since 1908. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo. Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products with a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €940.00
Ex Tax:EUR €776.86
Availabilty: Innerhalb von 7 Werktagen
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the first part of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. The Doué version has a distinctive silver top part. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. Click here for the refills of this Montblanc pen. Montblanc is a leader in the world of luxury since 1908. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo. Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products with a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €810.00
Ex Tax:EUR €669.42
Availabilty: Innerhalb von 7 Werktagen
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the first part of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. Click here for the refills of this Montblanc pen. Montblanc is a leader in the world of luxury since 1908. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo. Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products with a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €520.00
Ex Tax:EUR €429.75
Availabilty: In stock
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. The two dates engraved on the handcrafted Au 750 solid gold nib mark the start date of the journey - 2 October - and the date Fogg arrived in Bombay to complete the first stage - 20 October. The nib is decorated with a hot-air balloon, honouring Jules Verne’s adventurous spirit and refers to another of his works, Five Weeks in a Balloon, in which his characters used a hot-air balloon to search for the source of the Nile. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. The ink bottles and ink cartridges of Montblanc are available in our webstore. Montblanc is a leader in the world of luxury since 1908. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo. Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products with a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €840.00
Ex Tax:EUR €694.21
Availabilty: In stock
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. The Montblanc Meisterstück Classique is slimmer and slightly smaller than the Meisterstück Le Grand collection.  Click here for the rollerball refills and here for the fineliner refills of this Montblanc pen. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already havewritten with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €630.00
Ex Tax:EUR €520.66
Availabilty: Innerhalb von 7 Werktagen
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. The Solitaire Le Grand deluxe version is embellished with an exclusive silver wave pattern. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the first part of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. Click here for the refills of this Montblanc pen. Montblanc is a leader in the world of luxury since 1908. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo. Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products with a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €1,200.00
Ex Tax:EUR €991.74
Availabilty: Available from May
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. The Solitaire Le Grand deluxe version is embellished with an exclusive silver wave pattern and has a distinctive bi-colour nib in Rhodium and Champagne gold. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. The two dates engraved on the handcrafted Au 750 solid gold nib mark the start date of the journey - 2 October - and the date Fogg arrived in Bombay to complete the first stage - 20 October. The nib is decorated with a hot-air balloon, honouring Jules Verne’s adventurous spirit and refers to another of his works, Five Weeks in a Balloon, in which his characters used a hot-air balloon to search for the source of the Nile. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. The ink bottles and ink cartridges of Montblanc are available in our webstore. Montblanc is a leader in the world of luxury since 1908. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already have written with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo. Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products with a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €1,775.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,466.94
Availabilty: Available from May
The new Montblanc Meisterstück Around The World in 80 Days collection brings to life the fantastical story of adventurer Phileas Fogg in stunning Le Grande & Classique, Doué and Solitaire editions. The Solitaire Le Grand deluxe version is embellished with an exclusive silver wave pattern. Fascinated by the evolving transport possibilities of the Victorian era, author Jules Verne wrote the novel Around the World in Eighty Days in 1872. In the novel, Phileas Fogg bets his entire fortune that he can depart from London by train at 8.45 pm on 2 October, travel the world via Suez, Bombay, Hong Kong, Yokohama, San Francisco, New York, and arrive back in London on 21 December, 80 days after his departure. Jumping from steamers to trains – and at one point, an elephant – Fogg proves that almost anything is possible when one’s mind is set on something. The pens feature elegant design elements inspired by the themes of the classic adventure. The indigo blue and the wave pattern of the editions is inspired by the ocean journey from the Suez Canal to Bombay. The steamboat, the main means of transport for the characters in the first leg of their journey, is laser engraved on the cap of each edition. As a token of the card game during which Fogg makes his wager, the clip is decorated with the ace of spades in black lacquer, while the other card suits are discretely incorporated into the wave pattern on the cap of each edition. The 18 days required to complete the first leg of the trip (two days faster than planned) can be found engraved on the back of the cap top, and the 80 days allotted for the entire journey on the front. Symbol of excellence in craftsmanship and design, the Montblanc emblem in resin crowns each writing instrument. The Montblanc Meisterstück Classique is slimmer and slightly smaller than the Meisterstück Le Grand collection.  Click here for the rollerball refills and here for the fineliner refills of this Montblanc pen. Montblanc is since 1908 a leader in the world of luxury. It is a symbol of quality, reliability and status. Many already havewritten with a Montblanc. All Montblanc products manufactured in Germany are of such quality that they may bear the familiar logo . Besides writing instruments, Montblanc also makes leather goods. Montblanc offers its products in a 2-year warranty. Appelboom is authorized dealer of Montblanc...
EUR €1,400.00
Ex Tax:EUR €1,157.02
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