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Montegrappa Mule Limited Edition Fountain Pen Is Back!


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The moment has finally arrived! The Montegrappa Mule fountain pen is back in stock in F, M and B nib.

 

The full copper fountain pen inspired in the well known vodka cocktail, the Moscow Mule, is back in stock.

 

With a 1912 engraved in the cap, honouring the year when Montegrappa started creating the fountain pen has a special filigree patterned nib. All of the Montegrappa Mule fountain pens come in a special packaging, and once again the Limited Edition copper cup is available.

 

This time, get your Limited Edition fountain pen and mug before they are over!

 

Fountain pen: https://www.iguanasell.com/products/montegrappa-mule-limited-edition-fountain-pen-copper-isfoh-cu

 

Should you need further information do not hesitate but contact us through info@iguanasell.com

 

Enjoy a picture of this masterpiece below!

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And many more at iguanasell.com

 

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