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I inherited this pen when my father passed last year I cant seem to find out exactly which pen model it is or its value. Any help is appreciated thank you.

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Model: Waterman LeMan 100

Value: it's your Dad's, so it is priceless.

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What carlos said. I have a Parker Jotter ballpoint in light blue with my name engraved - a gift from my grandmother 45 years ago. Would not sell it for $1.000.

 

Still if this is a question of gold digger siblings trying to make money out of every little item, I would say app. £100/$130 - it would be quite a bit more expensive had it been a fountain pen.

 

Ohh... and :W2FPN:

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Yes, a Man 100 Fibre which should also accept a rollerball filler.

 

Ebay's Completed Sold listings is a place for prices.

 

hbdk....your gold digger comments are too harsh, it's just an unmarked pen left by someone.

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Yes, a Man 100 Fibre which should also accept a rollerball filler.

 

Ebay's Completed Sold listings is a place for prices.

 

hbdk....your gold digger comments are too harsh, it's just an unmarked pen left by someone.

I am sorry - not my intention - just have seen too many of those people during the years (ex-inlaws).

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Perhaps the problem is that some people are so used to asking for help and getting it that their default is to ask for help rather than doing the work of researching something themselves and some of us are getting tired of always giving help and never getting anything but a polite thank you. Sometimes it simply isn't enough and you get bitter.

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Perhaps the problem is that some people are so used to asking for help and getting it that their default is to ask for help rather than doing the work of researching something themselves and some of us are getting tired of always giving help and never getting anything but a polite thank you.

 

+1 ... or +1000, shall I say.

And, in this case, you didn't even had a "thank you" ... :angry:

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