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.
It's adorned in bronze and silver (and gold), bestow its warm look and unique design.
The filling system is lateral coin filling;
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.
The pen comes in a special metalic coin shaped box, completed with a sculptured coin on top, ( in gold, in bronze or in silver - depending of the pen).
It contains also a historical presentation booklet about the Roman Emperor Pertinax, who coined the Aureus, plus a special sculptured coin to work the unique lateral filling system ( in gold, in bronze or in silver).