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They are wonderful pens, but incredibly over priced. I'd guess you could find them at the stationary section inside Central Department store or the big one that is just outside it (can't remember the name, but it's on the left as you are headed towards the department store from the beach.

I was offered one for $10 in China a few years ago. Refused, and the price went to $5. Refused and it was 2 for $5. As I was walking away I was offered 10 for $10. Too funny....

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If you know your Mount Blanc from a Mont Blanc....you would be aware of the fact that you can tell fthe "copy" by its weight...The copy feels heavy. The real ones are light....$1,500 for a pen.....7 baht in a 7/11 and you get the same result ...

ink on paper.

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MOUNT BLANC ????

I have a MONT BLANC I bought in Chamonix

Ironically the copy refills in Pattaya / Bangkok fit it

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Of course you are aware thet Montblanc , not Mont Blanc , pens have nothing to do with France, and that the star on the pen actually was designed for Hitler ?smile.png

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MOUNT BLANC ????

I have a MONT BLANC I bought in Chamonix

Ironically the copy refills in Pattaya / Bangkok fit it

ph34r.png

Of course you are aware thet Montblanc , not Mont Blanc , pens have nothing to do with France, and that the star on the pen actually was designed for Hitler ?smile.png

Of ourse you know that the star on the pen was introduced in 1913 when Hilter was thinking about moving from Austria to Germany and nobody had so far heard from him ??? Utter BS...

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I think they are 5 baht in the shops! Who would spend big money on a pen? I only use pens to write with, not for show. I use my fake T-shirts to impress, the ones with the alligator on the pocket!

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I think they are 5 baht in the shops! Who would spend big money on a pen? I only use pens to write with, not for show. I use my fake T-shirts to impress, the ones with the alligator on the pocket!

If you have the money, they are worth it. And unless you lose it, it'll be the last pen you'll ever have to buy.

Fantastic writing instruments.

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