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Hi.

 

I wanted to know if this is a regular Starwalker model since i couldn't find any exact model picture.

 

First off, a little about the origin of this pen, they belonged to my father, he had this MB and other three Stuckmeister (1 fountain pen (14K 585, 1 ballpoint and a mechanical pencil). All of these are at least 18 years old, the ballpoint pen has W-Germany on the top gold part, so probably they all are pre 1991. I'll probably start a thread on these.

 

Anyone know anything about this pen?? Is it worth it?

 

Thanks a lot.

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Hi. The one presented herein is not an authentic one. This style and color combination was never produced by Montblanc. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

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Hi. The one presented herein is not an authentic one. This style and color combination was never produced by Montblanc. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

It seemed odd not to be able to find a similar one anywhere. now i know why lol

 

Thanks for the info.

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Interesting mix of a fake Resin Starwalker and a fake Cool Blue / Verne-like Starwalker. :)

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