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Sailor Pro Gear King of Pen Fountain Pen - Black with Gold Trim, Medium Nib

Sailor Pro Gear King of Pen Fountain Pen - Black with Gold Trim, Medium Nib


 
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The King of Pen is Sailor's largest size fountain pen, and it is comparable in size and feel to the Montblanc 149 fountain pen or the Pelikan M1000 fountain pen. The Sailor Pro Gear King of Pen fountain pen shown here in Black with Gold trim and a Medium nib is well suited for someone who prefers a larger pen.

The Black body and cap are appointed with gold trim, which gives an air of elegance and authority. The 21k nib is exceptionally smooth, and the pen can be filled with the included proprietary converter for use with bottled ink or with a standard Sailor cartridge, which is also included. Sailor has a company history stretching back to 1911, and a reputation for quality and value that few other pen manufacturers can ever hope to match.

List Price: $925.00
Our Price: $740.00
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Product Code: 11-9618-420


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Sailor Pro Gear King of Pen Fountain Pen - Black with Gold Trim, Medium Nib

The King of Pen is Sailor's largest size fountain pen, and it is comparable in size and feel to the Montblanc 149 fountain pen or the Pelikan M1000 fountain pen. The Sailor Pro Gear King of Pen fountain pen shown here in Black with gold trim and a Medium nib is well suited for someone who prefers a larger pen.

The Black body and cap are appointed with gold trim, which gives an air of elegance and authority. The 21k nib is exceptionally smooth, and the pen can be filled with the included proprietary converter for use with bottled ink or with a standard Sailor cartridge, which is also included. Sailor has a company history stretching back to 1911, and a reputation for quality and value that few other pen manufacturers can ever hope to match.


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