Condition:Brand new in box and Manuals. Serial number is intact.
Posted by Bryan Del Monte on Feb 18, 2021
I've been buying and using Montblanc pens for 30 years. I first saw this pen at the Montblanc store on the Champs-Élysées in Paris two years ago.
The pen then was I think €1200 or about $1300-1400. I didn't buy it but I've admired that pen for two years. I regretted not buying it in Paris.
Watch Warehouse showed me an ad in programmatic (I do advertising for a living). I was suspicious about the quality or the genuine authenticity of the pen. So, I bought it (on a CC) and was like "well, we'll see."
I have not had a chance to have the pen authenticated by Montblanc - but I suspect it is legitimate. Since I've been buying and using their pens for so long... I know what to look for... and everything is where it should be in terms of hallmark notes of the genuine thing.
If it isn't legitimate - it's an amazingly good copy... ;)
The pen is amazing to write with - if you like solid pens. It feels amazing when using it. It is impressive for people to see when you take it out - I get more compliments about this pen than I do about the Doue or others that I have.
Since Montblanc doesn't seem to sell the LeGrand in this style anymore - that's why I took the chance and bought it here.
I'm glad I did.
MONTBLANC Meisterstuck Le Petit Solitaire LeGrand Rollerball 118066
Posted by David Jones on Jan 3, 2021
Beautiful, blue, heavy and smooth finish! Wonderful smooth lacquer covers the carvings so the pen is very smooth and delightful to the touch. Highly recommended in the first Le Petit Prince series!