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    Default Real or Fake?

    I've been wanting to buy this pen online, but no idea to tell if its real or not. Screenshot_20191120-222054.jpgScreenshot_20191120-221938.jpgScreenshot_20191120-222007.jpgScreenshot_20191120-222126.jpgScreenshot_20191120-222151.jpg

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    Default Re: Real or Fake?

    You donít identify the seller. Unless itís dirt cheap (same price as a bubble pack pen at the office supply store), itís not worth the risk. Go with a reputable dealer in used pens or buy new if you must have one.

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    Default Re: Real or Fake?

    Is it being sold by an authentic Montblanc retailer? Which model are they calling it? It looks similar to one of the muses or ladies editions, but I don't know it offhand because it's not a current model on Montblanc.com.
    Try inputting the serial number into Google. If any other pens come up in the search, then it's a fake.
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    Default Re: Real or Fake?

    Looks very simiular to the Princess Grace model but with a couple of differences

    https://www.bakerbrothersdiamonds.co...point-pen.html

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    Default Re: Real or Fake?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fermata View Post
    Looks very simiular to the Princess Grace model but with a couple of differences

    https://www.bakerbrothersdiamonds.co...point-pen.html
    Yes it does although that picture shows a ballpoint (twist mechanism) rather than OP's rollerball type pen.
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    Default Re: Real or Fake?

    Check out this listing, and confirm all of the tiniest details on the pen you are looking at match those on this pen. This pen from IZOD's is authentic.
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