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History shows that the need for a common currency is anything but a recent phenomenon. Even during the Roman Empire, an international currency was in use: Aureus (danarius aureus).
Innovative multi-colored stripped celluloid fountain pen which portrays a harmonious blend of colors from purple to golden bronze and from aubergine to cobalt blue.
the original decorative design around the coin filler's
overlay on the barrel
represents a stylized Marlen column
(one of the typical Marlen's symbols)
The top of the cap is finished with an Aurean coin.
The clip is fixed with two nail-pegs which was characteristic of that epic Roman period.
The fountain pen has a large 18kt satin gold nib, available in EF, F, M, B. To request, also BB, OB, and BO.