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MONTBLANC SLIMLINE NOBLESSE VINTAGE ROLLERBALL PEN !


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The pen is vintage Montblanc slim line Rollerball pen from 1970's.

In near mint and excellent working condition. Some slight using signs on metal and plastic parts. The refill needs to be renewed. Excellent as everyday writer or collection.

 

Please look to the photos.

You can see all you need in them.

 

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MONT

BLANC

GERMANY

Imprint on near cap lip.

 

Works and writes excellently.

 

The pen measures 138 mm in length (capped), the cap and barrel is 9 mm in diameter; posted, the pen is 157 mm in length.

 

The price is: $95 (shipment + insurance included .)

 

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Best wishes,

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