Authentic Reference When you bring it to an authorized Cartier retailer, it is judged to be a genuine Louis Cartier pen, although it is a vintage one. I asked you to know the details There is no detailed material for this pen in Japan, so to find out more, go to Cartier at the French headquarters.He said he wouldn't know unless he brought the goods. It seems to be a very rare item in the world.
The name of the item is known at the store up to the official name "Louis Cartier". Bibunga wood (African rose wood) Cartier's world limited wooden ballpoint pen. From the hardness and texture of the pen and the pattern of the wood, it seems to be a bibunga material.The end part is decorated with stones (which seems to be Tiger's eye) (see the 7th and 8th images) Cartier and serial number are engraved on the metal fittings around the furring strip (78 / 1847) is the personal information of the purchaser, so I will refrain from it, but it is the number of 780 units. 1847 is the year Louis Cartier was founded. "C" emblem on the clip part.
Slide the cap with the clip to remove it and expose the pen tip (see the 6th image). It is also possible to attach a cap to the end part (see the 5th image) I assembled everything separately, but there is no bending of the main body or clips, and the slide part is smooth. The ink contains genuine Cartier black. Ink was replaced with the same one on March 15, 2018 for sale. The item is absolutely genuine.International Buyers - Please Note. The item "Cartier Ballpoint Pen Tiger Eye Wooden bubinga African Rosewood World Limited" is in sale since Sunday, September 20, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Ballpoint Pens\Other Collectible Ballpoint".2" and is located in Osaka.
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