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Need Help On Boheme Sharkskin Pen Real Or Fake



1nfinit1

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Hello everyone,

 

I have bought this pen from power seller "pen-seller" on eBay aka Michael Rheinlander for 1350 euros. I would like to confirm if it is real or fake.

 

I am a new hand to Mont Blanc pens and I would love to learn more please help me thanks :) the serial code looks a bit printed to the top to me and also the Germany letter on clip is not in capitals.

 

There is the "metal and prix" behind the clip and flashing a flashlight into the retractable nib I can see ruby red.

 

Retractable nib, 18k plated

 

Please help me see if it's real or fake thank you!

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I don't recall this pen in the boheme chart pinned at thr tip of this forum. I am no expert in Boheme pens though. I don't know if there was ever one called sharkskin. I think the wrapped ones were all cow leather.

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looks too real to be a fake. ;)

No, honestly, I haven't seen or heard of a Boheme fp with the slide mechanic to be faked, did one of you?

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I'm going for authentic. The retractable mechanism is a bit complicated and I don't think there are many fakes about that have one exactly like the authentic Montblanc version.

 

This was a colour that Montblanc produced, so that's another + for it, and the feed looks exactly like the one in my authentic Boheme. :)

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Thank you all may I be reassured by the seller and you guys! And oh god this is my first Mont Blanc and it writes smoooth!the balance on the pen and the feel is awesome too, have been testing it for a week ;)

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I would go to Montblanc and let the pen maintained, If they do that you'll be sure it's authentic. If not you can get your money back,

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I would go to Montblanc and let the pen maintained, If they do that you'll be sure it's authentic. If not you can get your money back,

 

But that would cost him money that he might not need or want to spend as the pen is authentic and writing perfectly.

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Hi, I did a lot of investigation on the Boheme's. I have one without a number and it's also a real one. Its been cleaned now at Montblanc. What I found out in my research that the nib engravings on the real ones are more clear, deeper and sharper. Als I haven't seen a fake one with the twist mechanisms only the bigger ones.

For me you have a real one, its obvious.

 

Enjoy writing with it!

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