Montegrappa Memory Limited-Edition Rollerball Pensearch

Montegrappa Memory Limited-Edition Rollerball Pen

Montegrappa Memory Limited-Edition Rollerball Pen

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I could imagine one single scenario in which I bought this pen: stumbling thru the high-end shops of the Las Vegas casinos, having quit about 12 hrs ago drinking to take the edge off; now I'm drinking to put an edge on, because I HATE Las Vegas. Hate it. But I am weak-willed sometimes and will get dragged there by friends.
So I stumble into...some store...I dunno the goddamn name; its too goddamn bright in here though, I'll tell you that much...and the lovely saleswoman sees an easy mark, and chats me up about all the cool symbolic meaning this pen has. And in that moment it isnt just an overgrown yellow plastic Bic, clad in $5 worth of silver. It's a luxury indulgence for an inta-mah-lekshuulll gen'elmun like myself; I must have it because I hate everyone and myself, and this pen is perfect because its ugly but I unner-stan WHY iss ugly, and yet too stoopid ta unner-stan...look, the pen has a book...I like books when I can seen stuff but not now...
So if incredibly drunk and self-loathing, I could see myself buying this pen. But ironically, the state of delirium required would mean I would have no memory of doing so within a few hrs. This is how I came to own a $400 pair of sunglasses, and a $250 tie clasp (not on the same trip).
at that price and not even a FP, oh massdrop, for shame.
pengar
This pen is over $2000 sold elsewhere. It's a good price if one can afford it.
WTF is pearlized yellow celluloid ? - I don't see how this pen is so much money.
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So it is deceivingly described but after all is just plastic. This pen offers no value not even to a collector. Silver is cheap and the engraving process does not justify the price. As you said to each their own.
Madara
In the secondary market of collecting anything, value is exactly what someone is willing to pay for it. We are in agreement: for us, the value of this pen does not even come close to approaching the asking price. If someone else values it at that price or more, then they might buy it- it is that simple.
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