That is a handsome pen. I don't know enough about Italian pens, but I am learning, and Auroras have a good reputation.
The entire "limited edition" thing is problematic. I just now put Aurora Limited Edition Dante's Inferno into Google, and the first three results differed one from the other on limitation numbers:
--1919 Italy / 1919 rest of the world
If I fell in love with a pen, really liked it, I could gets past this, I guess. But part of the perceived value and some of the cost of the pen is predicated on the limitation number, and without agreement on something this basic I would have a hard time pulling the trigger, wondering if I were getting a good deal or if I were paying too much for some fuzzy non-proven sense of exclusivity.
So in your case, I would scour the web for reviews and pens for sale that are closest to the Dante, similar looks, similar quality, to see if the limited edition part of the package is worth whatever premium you determine is charged for it. Then, once I had definitive answers about accurate limitation numbers from a reputable dealer and once I had convinced myself I weren't being ripped off on the cost, I'd go for it.
A while back, I wanted a good, heavy pen. I searched for several months until I found what I wanted, narrowing my search finally to Italian pens. I didn't have an upper price in mind, but I soon found myself passing by all the limited edition pens: they just didn't seem worth it. I found and bought a beautiful writer for $400, a sterling silver Montegrappa Reminiscence, large, fine nib. Fair value, I think. But if it had been a limited edition, the same pen for $1000 or $1500, but with limitation numbers somewhere on it, I don't think it would be worth it.
But that's just me. If that is THE pen for you, get it and enjoy it