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Montblanc Limited Edition Sir Henry Tate Fountain Pen


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Sugar magnate and art lover, Henry Tate was the original ‘Mr Cube’. Born at Chorley in Lancashire in 1819, the seventh son of a Unitarian minister, he left school at thirteen and went to work in an elder brother’s grocery shop in Liverpool. When he was twenty he acquired a Liverpool grocery business of his own, which he shrewdly expanded. By 1855, he had six thriving shops in Liverpool, Ormskirk and Birkenhead. In 1859 he made a leap into the sugar business.

Tate made huge sums of money and gave away huge sums, in Liverpool and in South London, where he lived at Park Hill, an ample mansion overlooking Streatham Common (now occupied by a convent). He built free public libraries in Streatham, Brixton and Lambeth, and spent money on contemporary British art.

Montblanc Limited Edition Sir Henry Tate red lacquer retractable nib fountain pen.

  • Model: Patron's Edition number 4683 out of 4810
  • Cap and Barrel: Red lacquer, platinum plate and sterling silver
  • Nib/Tip: Eighteen-karat white gold large retractable nib
  • This pen is 13cm long
  • This is a collectors item

Condition: Mint condition. Never used.


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