Montegrappa’s kinship with Ernest Hemingway extends back to 1918, when the young writer’s service with the American Red Cross saw him stationed on the same estate as our historic factory. The final Battle of Monte Grappa proved a formative experience for Hemingway, as it did for Bassano – home to Italy’s first fountain pen makers.
The body segments of The Adventurer have been micro-milled and polished with the exacting craftsmanship of a Hemingway novel. Ballpoint pen users can also savour the precision of Montegrappa’s latest tribute to the great writer’s legacy is made in the same factory that supplied pens to Hemingway himself during 1918’s final Battle of Monte Grappa. Since then, much has changed – but not the need to challenge oneself.
|Cap can post
|Special packaging reprises the format of earlier imprint releases, using a journal-themed case, accompanied by a complementary deluxe Hemingway travel notebook.
|5.5" L x 0.6" D
|Bamboo Black celluloid
|Refills & Inks
|Three-dimensional figures of Africa’s most famous wild animals are recreated beneath Hemingway’s distinctive signature
|Guaranteed for 24 months from the date of purchase againts any functioning defects and for an unlimited period against manufacturing defects.