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Leonardo Officina Italiana Momento Zero Ebonite

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#21 dms525

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Posted 19 April 2018 - 04:05

Thoroughly enjoyed your review. You alluded somewhat to a price so... Now I would ask a more mundane question.

 

How much would it cost to purchase one like the one you purchased?

 

Without VAT, the price of the Limited Edition models runs around 570 Euros. 

 

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 06:37

Sorry to revive this old thread, thanks for the review!

 

 

Without VAT, the price of the Limited Edition models runs around 570 Euros. 

 

David

 

 

@David from where did you purchase this pen? Also, I have heard rumors of a LE arco brown Leonardo Pen and seen one pic online. Anyone else heard anything else?



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Posted 07 July 2018 - 16:44

Sorry to revive this old thread, thanks for the review!

 

 

 

@David from where did you purchase this pen? Also, I have heard rumors of a LE arco brown Leonardo Pen and seen one pic online. Anyone else heard anything else?

 

The ebonite pen was a very limited edition of 10. I know the store from which I bought mine is out of stock. If you want one, my suggestion would be to search online.

 

Leonardo Officina Italiana has possession of OMAS arco rods, but they are committed to ASC, as I understand it.

 

David



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Posted 27 December 2018 - 02:18

Beautiful design. Not sure I would want a Bock nib, though, just a hang up I have about wanting in-house nibs.
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