Montblanc Leonard Bernstein
In this review we have the first most popular series presented by the German Montblanc,the model Montblanc Leonard Bernstein which belongs to “Donation Pens” colection.
The collection “Donation Pen”,is performed to pay tribute to different personalities of classical music.
Leonard Bernstein was a composer, pianist and first conductor, born in the United States who achieved worldwide fame, renowned for having directed the New York Philharmonic, for its Youth Concert on TV of the 60s and for his many compositions including West Side Story (1961), Candide and A Day in New York (1949).
Crowning his cap as a “tradition” we find the representation of the summit of Montblanc white star shaped.
The clip has a treble clef gold finish in the top ring on the bottom chords and lyrics of Maria, West Side Story, musical premiered in 1957 and is the work with more projection brilliant musician. A peculiar thing should be noted that this and Montblanc Johann Sebastian Bach model share the same clip, something unheard of in the special and limited editions by the firm, a detail that has not been repeated.
The pen is manufactured in black resin and gold finish trim.It has a punger-fill and by the end of the body section from which has operated a ring which is engraved the name of the firm and “Philharmonia of the Nations”.
The nib is 18 kt.solid gold which depicted the dove of peace.
Thank to El Club de Estilograficas de Esapaña for their help in producing this review.