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  1. Greetings. There's such a wealth of information on this site that I decided this would be the best place to seek advise on this matter. The TL;DR (ie. "too long, didn't read" version) of it is: how can I reliably differentiate a real S.T. Dupont pen from a fake, based on studying the pictures alone in an online listing (particularly of the box and paperwork)? When exactly did S.T. Dupont eschew the red presentation box in favor of the black box? And here's the "mindless drivel" version (any photos below are "borrowed" for the purpose of this discussion, they are not my own): As a kid I'v
  2. This is a more detailed review as a follow-up to the quick and dirty review of my fountain pens, which can be found here. This review is about my S.T. Dupont Classique pens, one in silver and the other in Lacque de Chine. The photo below shows the Lacque de Chine pen next to the TWSBI. The TWSBI is quite big and you can see that it clearly longer than the S.T. Dupont. Of these two the silver one came in the traditional red leather box (which is always useful to keep a number of pens in), while the other came in a chamois leather pouch marked S.T. Dupont. I have owned the silver pen
  3. This is a more detailed review as a follow-up to the quick and dirty review of my fountain pens, which can be found here. I would like to start this series of reviews (hopefully, I have to find the time) with a more detailed look at the S.T. Dupont Ellipsis. I have posted a few photos in this review, but I'll try to add some more later on. The Ellipsis comes packaged in the traditional red leather S.T. Dupont box, a beauty in itself. The box comes with a dark wine red carton from S.T. Dupont, with stickers denoting the particular pen model. This is the Ellipsis in composite material with p





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