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Montblanc Rouge Et Noir Serpent Marble


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https://www.montblanc.com/en-us/collection/writing-instruments/heritage/119852-montblanc-heritage-rouge-et-noir-serpent-marble-special-e.html



https://www.montblanc.cn/zh-cn/collection/writing-instruments/heritage/119852-montblanc-heritage-rouge-et-noir-serpent-marble-special-e.html




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~ I was asked if the Montblanc Heritage Rouge et Noir Serpent Marble Special Edition had been officially released yet.



Above are the links to the Montblanc USA and Montblanc China Web pages for the Fountain pen.



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... and a serpent bracelet too.. 🥰

 

~ daenghafez:

 

If only Cleopatra had lived to wear that...

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  • 9 months later...

Tom, I think this is the most beautiful version of the R&N editions. I probably will think it to be (too?) thin, but the looks of the pen are stunning. It is hovering on my radar...

 

I just have some difficulty getting an overview of all variations of the R&N pens (not to mention the additional spider versions): resin, ebonite, black, coral, marbled, limited, normal. How does one get this overview? Does the FPN contain it somewhere?

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Montblanc should offer a comprehensive overview of all models with all details - shouldn't be that hard for them and would be of great help.

 

Anyway, with some googling I came to the following list. Can anyone who spots a mistake and/or can fill the blanks correct please?

 

Resin - black - no eyes - SE - 2016

Resin - coral - eyes - SE - 2016 - two tone nib

Ebonite - black - eyes - LE - 2016

Resin - tropic brown - eyes - SE - 20??

Resin - serpent marble - no eyes - SE - 20??

Platinum - solitaire serpent - eyes - ?E - 20?? - two tone nib

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