Montegrappa Ducale Fountain Pen
Montegrappa Ducale Fountain Pen
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Based in the picturesque Italian town of Bassano del Grappa, Montegrappa has been making beautiful, functional pens since 1912—pens that inspire the writer to write. Among them is the Ducale, an homage to the Doge’s Palace (or Palazzo Ducale) ... Read More

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RayF
10488
Apr 12, 2019
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Finally, a decent pen from a decent company at a decent price--somebody must have screwed up ;- )
Apr 12, 2019
Bones2
5
Apr 12, 2019
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My fine nib is a smooth writer. Beautiful barrel finish. Clip is a bit cheaply put together.
Apr 12, 2019
writerstephen
473
Feb 21, 2019
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Boy that sand version is quite pretty. And this price, while still outlandish, is at least a little closer to what I’d be willing to pay for a steel nib.
Feb 21, 2019
DC52
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Sep 8, 2018
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I have a Monte Grappa Montegrappa with the steel nibs and it is one of my favorite writers. I carry it daily. Also have a Parola in Fine that is exceptionally smooth. And a Grand Ducale Emperador with a gold nib that is outstanding. And the quality of all three is excellent. This pen may not be cheap but it is still a great pen for this price.
Sep 8, 2018
tokata
12
Sep 6, 2018
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Montegrappa these days is a disaster, and they should fire their marketing and product managers. They used to make super nice pens with gold nibs and cellulose body. Now, they are making tasteless and poorly made pens for the mass market. From what I gather, these cheap pens are not selling well. Someone do something before the brand is totally ruined.
Sep 6, 2018
pen.enthusiast
3
Sep 6, 2018
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The Montegrappa line of pens is absolutely horrendous. I own a Parola fountain pen and I must say that the pen looks good. That maybe the ‘only good thing’ about the pen. Otherwise the pen is a piece of garbage !! Comes with a scratchy steel nib for that price. When I look at a fountain pen; I look at nib quality; how does it write once you ink it; ink carriage and build quality. Montegrappa pens only score point on their build quality - again that is relative because they are heavy pens - which some folks may not like.
Sep 6, 2018
Liberty
250
Mar 16, 2018
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$350 resp. $230 for a steel nib?
Mar 16, 2018
DaveHoff
687
Jan 30, 2018
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Hi All,
We have extended the drop for an extra 2 days to give community members an extended opportunity to purchase. The ship time for this drop will remain the same, grab 'em while you can!
Jan 30, 2018
seahunter
234
Jan 29, 2018
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My favorite Montegrappa so far is the Fortuna. I love the gunmetal version. Next would be the Parola in blue. I really like Montegrappa's line for the most part.
Jan 29, 2018
keybers
140
Jan 29, 2018
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It isn't about nibs, Montegrappa is about design. They create an accessory, not a pen. They create ridiculous ostentatious pens which I'm ridiculously enamored by. I still don't own a Montegrappa, but I'm actually planning on a ballpoint Ducale Murano to round out my pen collection. It helps that this particular model is rather tame and discreetly elegant. Which is why I''ll be getting only this model BP, and not their other, sometimes monstrous and always much more expensive, offerings.
That said, if a ballpoint Ducale Murano in the color I want shows up on MD, looking at the price on this drop, I don't know that it will be more cost-effective to buy from here than from one of European online shops with a discount code from SBRE Brown and sans VAT, since I'm outside the EU.
Jan 29, 2018
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