Delta Indigenous People Indios - Irmãos no Mundo [brothers in the world] 2006 Fountain Pen Broad nib DI83071. Launched 2006 - Limited to only 1500 pieces world-wide. Fountain Pen has never been used. There is minor storage wear to the outer box.
The second in "series III" of Indigenous People. In 2006, Delta launched their imaginary voyage encountering the Amazon's indigenous people: Indios - Irmãos no Mundo [brothers in the world].
The Indigenous peoples of the Amazon comprise many distinct ethnic groups who inhabited the country's present territory before its discovery by the Portuguese around 1500. The first Portuguese explorers called them índios ("Indians"), a name still used today in Brazil. At the time of European discovery, the indigenous peoples were traditionally mostly semi-nomadic tribes who subsisted on hunting, fishing, gathering, and migrant agriculture.During 1500, many of the estimated 2000 nations and tribes died from the consequence of the European settlement or assimilated into the Brazilian population. As a result, only a few tribes still survive in their original culture in remote areas of the Amazon Rainforest. The special edition is hand turned from solid bars of black and special brown Hevea (rubber plant) color resins divided by a silver ring carved by hand. A silver capuchon is placed at the end of the cap portraying a parrot, the typical symbol of the Amazon. This writing instrument is housed in the original packaging, with paperwork. It utilizes the convenient converter cartridge filling system.
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