The Ducale pen from Montegrappa first appeared in the 1930s and it has returned 80 years later. The name "Ducale" refers to the Palazzo Ducale or Ducal Palace in Urbino, Italy. The Palazzo Ducale is one of the most important monuments in Italy.
Steel nib engraved with a honeycomb pattern
Large size makes pen easy to hold
Clip has the signature rolling ball that makes it easy to put the pen into your pocket
English novelist Daniel Defoe is the author of Robinson Crusoe, a story of a man shipwrecked alone on an island. The Montblanc Palm Green ink color recalls the prominent color of the Robinson Crusoe island.