Nib: Medium 14k rhodium plate
S.T. Dupont, Orpheo Black Lacquer barrel and Palladium Cap with crossed pattern
S.T. Dupont introduced the Olympio edition pen in several different countries and used two different model names. In the United States, the writing device was called the "Olympio" while in other countries, Dupont called the pen "Orpheo." Therefore, if collectors want a classic Dupont pen, then they can buy a device with either model name, and they'll have a writing unit from the same line. Initially, the company produced the model in two sizes, which was large and extra-large. Later, Dupont released a smaller size in the line called the "Fidelio."
The larger pens feature an 18-karat gold nib while the smaller model's mechanism is 14-karat gold. Collectors will appreciate the model's fine detailing as artisans produce the device's engraving lines with a slight reduction to create a faceted effect.