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Stipula Francesco Baracca fp

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Designed for Stipula by W. Boattini in commemoration of the WWI Italian Flying Ace Francesco Baracca, this pen is made of precious black ebonite with .925 sterling silver trim. The cap is engraved with a prancing horse to symbolize Baracca's bravery for Italy, and the box is a beautifully unique set-up inspired by the Italian military style. The Yellow tube and ribbon echo back to messenging tubes used by WWI pilots to pass notes to the ground. The Olive green fabric swatch with pockets resembles a military blouse and pockets. In the very informative booklet, Enzo Ferrari recounts the story of how the Cavallino Rampante came to symbolize Scuderia Ferrari. Baracca's mother insisted that if Ferrari used the symbol of the prancing horse on his racing cars it would bring him good luck. 
The fountain pen is made of a lustrous black ebonite with .925 sterling silver trim, 18k Gold Medium Nib. Serial number 405/888, includes all boxes and papers

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