Ernest Hemingway’s greatest tale, retold through the hands of Italy’s most storied pen maker.
Extraordinary writing deserves an extraordinary writing instrument.

Mastery of the written word beckons with The Old Man and the Sea - a connoisseur's salute to one of modern literature's finest works. Meticulous Italian craftsmanship revisits Ernest Hemingway's 1952 classic.

Reference-level engineering combined with precious metals, enamel and kotibé mahogany to retell the tale of Hemingway's plucky fisherman, Santiago, and his triump over adversity.

Published in 1952, The Old Man and the Sea was the last volume of fiction to be published during Ernest Hemingway's lifetime. Through its portrayal of the luckless fisherman, Santiago, the sparsely written tale of man's capacity for heroism caused many - including the author - to consider it his finest work.

Santiago's epic struggle with the marlin is a parable for beauty and griefg, a symbol of dogged perseverance realised in full-length, sculpted silver.

Silver and Vermeil editions of 70 fountain pens and rollerballs mark 70 years since Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea was awarded the 1952 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

The pen comes in a very special packaging: A collector's display case recreates the fabled marlin and the fisherman's battered skiff: a monument to man's struggle to overcome the forces of nature.


Product number: ISOSNR3S
Brand: Montegrappa

Montegrappa The Old Man and the Sea Vermeil Rollerball (LE)

Product number: ISOSNR3S
€ 5.625,00 € 4.648,76 ex. VAT
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Montegrappa The Old Man and the Sea Vermeil Rollerball (LE)
Montegrappa The Old Man and the Sea Vermeil Rollerball (LE)
€ 5.625,00