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I would certainly argue this point when it comes to fountain pens.Originally Posted by Nantucket Red
I must admit that I have no experience with their watches or fountain pens but the items that I have bought from them I've been impressed with.
Mont Blanc makes some of the best luxury items in the world.
My MIL happens to be a high-end pen collector (with a collection well-above my entire networth, which isn't exactly trivial either).I would certainly argue this point when it comes to fountain pens.
My MIL happens to be a high-end pen collector (with a collection well-above my entire networth, which isn't exactly trivial either). She absolutely, positively loathes late production Mont Blanc pens. In her view, very low quality, particularly for the price. She claims that MB pens are for the "gullible." I guess that's like paying $2,000-3,000 for a fused suit, no?Originally Posted by Sartorially Challenged
My MIL happens to be a high-end pen collector (with a collection well-above my entire networth, which isn't exactly trivial either).Originally Posted by Sartorially Challenged
Late-production Mont Blancs were prone to cracking with their so-called "Precious Resin". They really began to pervert themselves to the Robb Report-esque crowd in the '80s.Originally Posted by LabelKing