Sailor 1911 Profit 30th Year Anniversary Limited Edition Briar Wood Fountain Pen
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Sailor 1911 Profit 30th Year Anniversary Limited Edition Briar Wood Fountain Pen:
SAILOR 1911 Profit
30th year Anniversary Limited Edition Briar Wood
The World renowned 1911 Profit model was introduced in 1981 and has always been a favorite of pen lovers worldwide. Such enthusiasm has led to Sailor introducing the 30th Anniversary Limited Edition ofonly 1000 fountain pensworldwide. Each pen is individually numbered.
Briar WoodAll the pens in the edition are finished with Briarwood – a special material.Briarwood is taken from the root of the White Heath tree grown in the Mediterranean coastal regions of Europe. It is called the Jewel of wood because of the beauty of the unique spiral grain.The wood is bright and shiny. Besides, it is well known for its high heat resistance and durability.The pen is enhanced with a 21kt gold medium nib with the 30th Anniversary stamp on it. Besides, it uses the cartridge/converter fill. The cap ring is etched with a Memorial mark and serial number.The pen is presented in a special wooden presentation box and included is a bottle of sailor black ink, ink converter and cleaning type="_moz">Manufacture: SailorModel: Sailor 30th Anniversary 1911 Profit Fountain PenProduct number: 10-1030-480Material:Briar WoodNib material: 21kt solid gold with Rhodium Plating, Large sizeNib size: MEDIUMnibGripping: PMMA BlackFilling system: Converter, cartridge and adapter includedBottled ink (Black) 1 bottle,Ink Converter,Cleaning ClothincludedDiameter: 18mmLength: 143mm Weight: 30.4gPackage size is 212 X154 X68 mm Special Wooden boxMADE IN JAPANThe Any Random Limited Number Pen will be given ... so Please dont ask for the number and number cannot be decided by buyer !!
You can use the our pens for various purposes
1) Writing papers, Journals, Studies
2) Writing letters to your loved ones, Business letter
5) Special ceremony, specialoccasion
lTHE KING OF PEN
Like the fountain pens made at the end of the 19th century, this pen is made fromblack hard rubber, not resinor plastic. (Collectors user the initials BHR to denote pens made from thismaterial.) The highly polished surface looks like plasticbut, if rubbedbriskly with a knuckle, it gives off a faint smell of rubber. We can only conjecture why Sailor chose to call this the King of Pen instead of the King of Pens, however one thing does not get lost in translation, this pen's minimalist simplicity.
The Sailor nib, arguably thebest produced in the world, makes this pen a joy to write with. This pen consists of Ebonite. The 21K nibhas a white metal "mask" on the engraved "frame" of the imprint. Because of its large size, it is somewhat flexible.
In 1911,Kyugoro Sakata, a famous and respected engineer inJapan, was first to introduce the sailor fountain pen inJapan. He started to make stylish and sophisticated writing instruments with thehighest level of specification and writing presentation available anywhere else in the world.
The Sailor Pen Company was started it is standing still now as a recognized factory. The Sailor Pen Company has proudly maintained this quality and technological excellence.
Over the many years it has existed and still today it offers the customer a unique variety of writing instruments. All their products are renowned worldwide for their quality and carry the special lifetime guarantee of writing pleasure and excellence.
The charm of the SAILOR fountain pen is excellent NIB. Master nibdesigner of SailorNobuyoshi Nagaharais worldwide famous. Although Sailor Company is one of the top of 3 famous pen companies inJapan, they are the smallest. Then what is the good of them? They are thebest in NIB, which gather them the reputation.
SAILOR gives importance on writing efficiency and nibdesign rather than the decoration.
I usually useEMS(Express Mail Service).
The weight of a woodenbox, inkand the fountain pen exceeds800gmso….
HAPPY offerDING AND GOOD LUCK!!!