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Peeling Logo Clip Visconti Hs Bronze Age

peeling visconti logo bronze age

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#1 eangelo

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Posted 05 March 2018 - 14:34

Dear friends, I bought a fountain pen Visconti HomoSapiens bronze age (oversized) on ebay from a seller who declared the pen as new. When I received it, I noticed that the letter "I" of the logo had a defect (according to the photo). Do you think it's possible that the whole logo will peel? Is it common for these pens to happen?

 


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#2 Greenie

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Posted 05 March 2018 - 19:51

Sadly, this is really common with these pens. For such nice pens, and at that price, I am surprised at the poor quality of the application of the logo.  I have a Rembrandt and a Homo Sapiens bronze - both have some wear to the logo on one side of the clip.  Neither has worn off a lot, or entirely, but both show some wear and defects.







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