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Montblanc Reintroduces The Baby Pens from the 1910s and ’20s

Montblanc Reintroduces The Baby Pens from the 1910s and ’20s

Historic pen brand Montblanc’s rich history means that we’re treated with heritage designs from the vault every once in a while. The Baby model comes from a silhouette that was popular in the 1910s and ’20s, which was early days for the company, but thick in the Golden Age of fountain pens. The Baby, as its name denotes, is a diminutive size pen (coming in fountain or ballpoint) that’s best for travelers and EDC fans alike. Available in ivory or black, the finial is topped with the traditional snowflake emblem against an incredibly classic red resin backdrop. There is something so special about harkening a design all the way back a century ago and still finding beauty in yesteryear, something the brand does extremely well. The collection also has additional products from its leather and accessories line to commemorate the release.

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