Classic Titanium HMS Victory Executive
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Historic HMS Victory ballpoint pen handcrafted using a genuine HMS Victory Oak
These Classic HMS Victory Executive Pens have the highest Titanium two-tone plating with a distinctive decorative accent band that lends a simple elegance with the highest quality Titanium plating and incorporates a smooth twist mechanism at the top of the pen.
The Classic HMS Victory Executive Pen measure 12.5cm long and makes them the ideal size to carry anywhere and fit comfortably in your pocket or handbag and have a superb balance for long and comfortable writing.
Complete with a standard Parker style refill, which are readily available worldwide.
A truly unique Historic HMS Victory pen with a signed certificate of authenticity in a smart executive case
The grain of the timber will vary slightly for each pen.
In preparation for the bicentenary celebrations in 2005, HMS Victory underwent a major refit which involved replacing some of her timbers, copper rivets, and copper sheathing plates.
Nauticalia who specialise in maritime memorabilia bought all the salvaged material after her refit.
We feel very privileged and honoured to have been offered by Nauticalia some of the last oak to make a range of unique commemorative pens.
So now it is possible to own a true piece of naval history and contribute towards her future preservation.
HMS Victory is the oldest commissioned warship warship in the world.
More recently in February 2019 we literally stumbled on a barn find of two large pieces of Victory Oak, one piece needed two to carry.
Included with this extremely rare find that had been forgotten about for 30 years was all the paperwork, including the original invoice dated 1989.
These two pieces of Oak cost us many thousands of pounds but was worth every penny.
Rather than cutting all up we preserved some nice pieces for display and other pieces we kept intact including over 20 original copper nails.
we also sold some on to other interested parties to recoup some of the high costs we incurred.