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Tibaldi Clari Viri Limited Edition Julius Caesar Rollerball Pen
Limited edition of 50 handpainted pens.

Tibaldi Clari Viri Limited Edition Julius Caesar Rollerball Pen

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Tibaldi Clari Viri Limited Edition Julius Caesar Rollerball Pen is a hand painted ivory resin Rollerball pen hand carved by master artisans, from a single piece of acrylic for durability. It features an airbrushed miniature portrait of Julius Caesar on the barrel and the Imperial Eagle, on the cap.  Envisioned and realized by Lorena Straffi, the Tibaldi Limited Edition Julius Caesar Rollerball Pen is from the exquisite Clari Viri (Figures of Greatness) collection, that celebrates the most powerful and consequential leaders the world has ever known.
 
Phi - the concept known as the Divine Proportion - informs every aspect of the structure of the Tibaldi Clari Viri Limited Edition Julius Caesar Rollerball Pen. For example, the proportion between the pen's cap and the visible portion of the barrel when the pen is closed equals the phi ratio, 1.618. Even the pen's accompanying case is measured in multiples of the phi coefficient.
 
Tibaldi Clari Viri Limited Edition Julius Caesar Rollerball Pen is a limited of edition of 50.
 
Julius Caesar

100 BC - 44 BC

One of the most influential men ever to have lived, Julius Caesar was a politician and general of the Roman Republic. He played a critical role in transforming the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. As governor of Roman Gaul, Caesar added the whole of modern France and Belgium to the Roman Empire, saving Rome from the possibility of Gallic invasions. Following two expeditions to Britain, Caesar returned to Italy, disregarding the authority of the senate and famously crossing the Rubicon River without disbanding his army. In the civil war which followed, Caesar defeated the republican forces whose leader, Pompey, fled to Egypt where he was assassinated. Caesar followed him and fell in love with the Egyptian queen, Cleopatra. As master of Rome, Caesar used his power as dictator to relieve debt, enlarge the senate and revise the calendar. He was ultimately assassinated by republican senators.

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