Montblanc Pope Julius II 4810 Limited Edition Fountain Pen. Pope Julius II entered the Vatican in 1503 as the new Pontifex Maximus, and during his ten-year papacy worked successfully to safeguard the church state and unity of Italy. During his pontificate, the greatest patron in the history of the Church made Rome the centre of the Italian High Renaissance.
He not only initiated Bramante's plans for the reconstruction of St. Peter's Cathedral but also provided the financial support for Michelangelo's world-famous ceiling fresco in the Sistine Chapel. With its composition of gold-plated latice work on a cream-colored lacquered background, the Patron of Art Edition Pope Julius II recalls the colors of the papal clothing. The cap head is a masterful reflection of the tiara, the headdress of the Pontiff. The 18k gold nib bears the finely engraved emblem of the Pope, the coat of arms of Pope Julius II, who, like hardly any other before or after him, led the clergy and was a Patron of the Arts.
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The item "Montblanc Pope Julius II 4810 Limited Edition Fountain Pen FACTORY SEALED" is in sale since Saturday, January 4, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Fountain Pens\Montblanc". The seller is "airlineinternational" and is located in El Paso, Texas. This item can be shipped worldwide.