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David Oscarson Sir Alexander Fleming Fountain Pen - Translucent Black. The Alexander Fleming series is dedicated to Sir Alexander Fleming, a Scottish bacteriologist known for his discovery of penicillin. A technical genius and sharp observer, he through his observation, refinement and purification made the firstly discovered as mold, today’s Penicillin. His discovery changed the medical world, particularly by its widespread use in the US and British armed service hospitals in World War II. The writing instruments are decorated with a rendition of his signature around the pen barrel that represents countless prescriptions that have been written not only by Fleming but also by millions of doctors all over the world. The pen background is engraved in a vertical motif interrupted by delicate stems branches and spores representing penicillium as it appears under a microscope slide or under the glass. The cap features a reconstruction of Alexander Fleming’s original petri dish responsible for discovery of penicillin. This twenty third series of David Oscarson showcases the expertise of Guilloche engraving and the artistic mastery of hard enamel. This is yet another limited edition produced in three primary colors variations, each color limited to 73 pieces including fountain pens and rollerball pens. The fountain pens come with 18k gold nibs and take cartridge/converter or eyedropper for refills. An exceptional collection for all pen lovers and writers.
|Cap can post||Yes|
|Cap Mechanism||Screw Cap|
|Complimentary||Packaged in a Gift Box|
|Filling Mechanism||Cartridge, Converter|
|Grip Material||Sterling silver|
|Nib Material||18k Gold|
|Refills & Inks||Cartridges/Converter|
|Series||David Oscarson Alexander Fleming|
|Special Features||Limited Edition|
|Warranty||Guaranteed for quality|