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Egyptian Hieroglyphs Rollerball Pen

Item# 80-006732 

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Price: $185.00 $92.50
Member Price: $166.50 $83.25


Details

  • Resin barrel and clip with lacquer and gold overlay
  • Refillable. Uses Sheaffer 97535, Pelikan 338 or Schmidt 5888 refill
  • Screw-top cap
  • Rollerball
  • Black ink, medium point type, 0.7mm tip
  • Presented in black hinged lacquered wood gift box
  • 5''L

Description

Description

The Museums Egyptian Hieroglyphs Rollerball Pen features hieroglyphs taken from a traditional offering inscription on a false door belonging to Metjetji, a noble of the Old Kingdom, who was the Director of the Office of the Tenants of the Palace under King Unis of Dynasty 5 (ca. 23532323 B.C.). The Egyptians used the hieroglyphic script for nearly 3,500 years, from about 3100 B.C. until the end of the third century A.D. A highly complex form of writing, the script was the specialty of a limited number of professional scribes. The glyphs on our pen include a jackal, a snake, several species of birds, a water sign, and more.

Rollerball, black ink, medium point type, 0.7mm tip. Resin barrel and clip with lacquer and gold overlay. Screw-top cap. 5''L. Presented in black hinged lacquered wood gift box.

Refillable. Uses Sheaffer 97535, Pelikan 338 or Schmidt 5888 refill.

Shipping and Returns

Shipping and Returns

Order Total per Address Standard US Shipping
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$50.01100.00 $10.95
$100.01150.00 $13.95
Over $150.00 $15.95

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Returns

Your satisfaction is our goal. Please inspect your order upon delivery, and if for any reason you are not satisfied, you may return the merchandise within 180 days from the date of purchase. See details.



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