Pen "Prussian Crown", gold
This elegant ballpoint pen, you cannot find in a pen shop
o pen store together with other ball pens and writing instruments, its exclusive design with the historical prussian crown will remember you on the beautiful trip to Berlin and can be a great souvenir from Germany.
The Prussian Crown Jewels
The Prussian Crown Jewels (German: Preußischen Kronjuwelen), is the royal regalia used during the coronation of the monarchs of Prussia from the House of Hohenzollern. They consist of two crowns, an orb and sceptre. On the foundation of the German Empire in the 1871, the King of Prussia became German Emperor, and these regalia were still remaining, but no longer used as the position of King of Prussia, while it was a title of minor importance compared to the new role as German Emperor. Since that time, the crown existed only in the heraldic version, because the German Empire not used the crown.
The ballpoint pen “Prussian Crown”
The Prussian crown jewels were sometimes described as "rather plain", in contrast with the lavish, heavily bejewelled crowns of other monarchies (e.g. British, Russian).
Write your texts with the biro ''Prussian crown''. The pen is very comfortable to hold. Furthermore, with its gold-colored hue and crown it is an elegant writing utensil. The ballpoint pen ''Prussian crown'' lies on black velvet in a red box, therefore it is also a very nice present.Details
- Color: gold
- Measurements: Height: 15.5 cm
- Material: polished brass
- Made in Germany
- In red gift box (22.5 x 5 x 2.5 cm)