Up for sale is a Montblanc Catherine the Great 4810 Patron of the Arts Fountain Pen. This pen has stock Double Broad nib. The pen just came back from Montblanc and has a warranty for another year. Its being sold with out box or papers.
Here is information from Montblanc.
The splendidly ornamented Patron of Art Edition Catherine II the Great commemorates the great era of the Russian Empire. Rose gold-plated ornamentation featuring blossom wreath motifs adorns the aubergine-coloured barrel of Edition 4810.
In Edition 888 this ornamentation is in 750 red gold. Precious rubies decorate the cap top of this edition, while both editions have the 18-karat gold nib, into which the symbol of the Russian monarchy – the two-headed eagle – is engraved.
Tsarina Catherine’s ambition was to continue the work of Peter the Great. Indeed, her commitment to the arts was impressive: she corresponded with Voltaire, Diderot and d’Alembert, among others. She is responsible for having the Hermitage – the famous winter palace – erected in St. Petersburg, and it is thanks to her love of painting that the royal art collection grew from a few dozen paintings to more than 4,000.
Limitation: 4.810 Fountain Pens
Aubergine-coloured precious resin
Rose gold-plated ornamentation
18-karat gold nib