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BRAND NEW FACTORY ORIGINAL MONTEGRAPPA PEN

BRAND NEW w/ORIGINAL PRESENTATION BOX AND CERTIFICATE

DON’T LET THIS ONE GET AWAY…THIS 100% GENUINE MONTEGRAPPA IS PRICED WELL BELOW RETAIL…THE LOWEST PRICE ON THE INTERNET GUARANTEED!!


BRAND: MONTEGRAPPA

CONDITION: BRAND NEW

MSRP: $3,340.00

SKU: 41537

MODEL: ISSMLRSG

METAL: STERLING SILVER 

DESCRIPTION: Montegrappa, Italy’s most revered manufacturer of fine writing implements, has captured the spirit of St. Moritz in a series of luxurious pens. The hand-crafted fountain pens and roller balls are apt representations of both the village itself and the aura that surrounds it. For 2012, a new quartet of pens has been introduced, in the tradition of the previous series, now highly collectible. St. Moritz is like no other resort, for it has come to symbolize all that a Swiss destination should be: genteel and refined, exclusive yet welcoming.

So great is the impact that St. Moritz has had on the global consciousness, since it first welcomed skiers nearly 150 years ago, that it has grown to be both cinematic and literary “shorthand” for luxurious getaways. Located in the Engadin valley, St. Moritz first attracted visitors and functioned as a proper resort in 1864, when hotelier Johannes Badrutt made a wager that would resonate forever throughout Switzerland. His bet with four British summer-season visitors proffered that, should they return in winter and not find it as pleasurable a vacation as their warm weather sojourn, he would pay the cost of their round-trip. It was a win-win situation for them, as he also offered to pay for their visit, to stay as long as they wished, if they did find St. Moritz to be attractive in winter.

That example of genteel gamesmanship not only established St. Moritz as a ski resort, it also launched the Alps on the whole, as a destination for vacationing skiers. Over the years, St. Moritz would host the first European Ice-Skating Championships (1882), the first golf tournament held in the Alps (1889), a horse race on snow (1906) and the opening of Switzerland’s first ski school (1929). It has twice hosted the Winter Olympics – in 1928 and 1948 – as well as over 30 Bobsled World Championships, four Alpine Ski World Championships and numerous 40 Engadin Ski Marathons. So rich is St. Moritz’s winter sport heritage that it now exemplifies the Swiss sporting vacation ethos.

As far back as 1934, Alfred Hitchcock used it for the opening scenes of The Man Who Knew Too Much, while it was cited exactly 30 years later in the James Bond film, Goldfinger, and referred to in 1981’s For Your Eyes Only. Bond’s creator Ian Fleming clearly knew a good thing when he found it: locations near St. Moritz also served as headquarters for the villain Blofeld in the novel, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Most romantically, singer-songwriter Peter Sarstedt listed St. Moritz amongst the elite locales in his immortal “Where Do You Go To My Lovely”, its mere mention conveying haute monde elegance. But St. Moritz supports much more than skiing, golf and other leisure pursuits.

Every year, this town welcomes the arts, celebrated with exhibitions, seminars, walks and other attractions. The St. Moritz Arts Masters is an annual gathering of artists and collectors, experts and critics, presenting a rare opportunity for the public to savor the art world in all of its aspects, in a breath-taking Alpine environment. It is fitting, then, that the representation of the village be both a tool an artist might use – a pen – and an objet d’art embellished with visual representations of St. Moritz itself. To decorate the pens’ barrels, Montegrappa’s designers have chosen four historic posters redolent of St. Moritz’s charms, each image hand-painted by artist Lorena Straffi. The pens are fashioned from celluloid, a costly material made from cotton fibre mixed with natural pigments and mother-of-pearl, and are further adorned with either sterling silver or 18K gold. Montegrappa’s new St. Moritz collection encompasses four themes, represented by period posters of timeless appeal:

  • Automobile Week 1929, by Baumberger – encapsulated in the image of a sleek red racing car heading toward the mountains at great speed
  • Grosses Ski Rennen der Schweiz (Big Swiss Ski Race) 1911, by Kupfer – with a pensive skier pondering the race in which he is about to compete
  • Tea time by the Engadin lake 1920, by Stiefel – showing the restful aspects of St. Moritz, as an elegant resort
  • Woman in a red jacket 1925, by Daester – redolent of the great Art Deco period during which it was created

INCLUDED ITEMS: MONTEGRAPPA FOUNTAIN PEN; ORIGINAL PRESENTATION BOX & CERTIFICATE


AS WITH ALL OF OUR WATCHES, AUTHENTICITY IS GUARANTEED!

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BRAND NEW FACTORY ORIGINAL MONTEGRAPPA PEN

BRAND NEW w/ORIGINAL PRESENTATION BOX AND CERTIFICATE

DON’T LET THIS ONE GET AWAY…THIS 100% GENUINE MONTEGRAPPA IS PRICED WELL BELOW RETAIL…THE LOWEST PRICE ON THE INTERNET GUARANTEED!!


BRAND: MONTEGRAPPA

CONDITION: BRAND NEW

MSRP: $3,340.00

SKU: 41537

MODEL: ISSMLRSG

METAL: STERLING SILVER 

DESCRIPTION: Montegrappa, Italy’s most revered manufacturer of fine writing implements, has captured the spirit of St. Moritz in a series of luxurious pens. The hand-crafted fountain pens and roller balls are apt representations of both the village itself and the aura that surrounds it. For 2012, a new quartet of pens has been introduced, in the tradition of the previous series, now highly collectible. St. Moritz is like no other resort, for it has come to symbolize all that a Swiss destination should be: genteel and refined, exclusive yet welcoming.

So great is the impact that St. Moritz has had on the global consciousness, since it first welcomed skiers nearly 150 years ago, that it has grown to be both cinematic and literary “shorthand” for luxurious getaways. Located in the Engadin valley, St. Moritz first attracted visitors and functioned as a proper resort in 1864, when hotelier Johannes Badrutt made a wager that would resonate forever throughout Switzerland. His bet with four British summer-season visitors proffered that, should they return in winter and not find it as pleasurable a vacation as their warm weather sojourn, he would pay the cost of their round-trip. It was a win-win situation for them, as he also offered to pay for their visit, to stay as long as they wished, if they did find St. Moritz to be attractive in winter.

That example of genteel gamesmanship not only established St. Moritz as a ski resort, it also launched the Alps on the whole, as a destination for vacationing skiers. Over the years, St. Moritz would host the first European Ice-Skating Championships (1882), the first golf tournament held in the Alps (1889), a horse race on snow (1906) and the opening of Switzerland’s first ski school (1929). It has twice hosted the Winter Olympics – in 1928 and 1948 – as well as over 30 Bobsled World Championships, four Alpine Ski World Championships and numerous 40 Engadin Ski Marathons. So rich is St. Moritz’s winter sport heritage that it now exemplifies the Swiss sporting vacation ethos.

As far back as 1934, Alfred Hitchcock used it for the opening scenes of The Man Who Knew Too Much, while it was cited exactly 30 years later in the James Bond film, Goldfinger, and referred to in 1981’s For Your Eyes Only. Bond’s creator Ian Fleming clearly knew a good thing when he found it: locations near St. Moritz also served as headquarters for the villain Blofeld in the novel, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Most romantically, singer-songwriter Peter Sarstedt listed St. Moritz amongst the elite locales in his immortal “Where Do You Go To My Lovely”, its mere mention conveying haute monde elegance. But St. Moritz supports much more than skiing, golf and other leisure pursuits.

Every year, this town welcomes the arts, celebrated with exhibitions, seminars, walks and other attractions. The St. Moritz Arts Masters is an annual gathering of artists and collectors, experts and critics, presenting a rare opportunity for the public to savor the art world in all of its aspects, in a breath-taking Alpine environment. It is fitting, then, that the representation of the village be both a tool an artist might use – a pen – and an objet d’art embellished with visual representations of St. Moritz itself. To decorate the pens’ barrels, Montegrappa’s designers have chosen four historic posters redolent of St. Moritz’s charms, each image hand-painted by artist Lorena Straffi. The pens are fashioned from celluloid, a costly material made from cotton fibre mixed with natural pigments and mother-of-pearl, and are further adorned with either sterling silver or 18K gold. Montegrappa’s new St. Moritz collection encompasses four themes, represented by period posters of timeless appeal:

  • Automobile Week 1929, by Baumberger – encapsulated in the image of a sleek red racing car heading toward the mountains at great speed
  • Grosses Ski Rennen der Schweiz (Big Swiss Ski Race) 1911, by Kupfer – with a pensive skier pondering the race in which he is about to compete
  • Tea time by the Engadin lake 1920, by Stiefel – showing the restful aspects of St. Moritz, as an elegant resort
  • Woman in a red jacket 1925, by Daester – redolent of the great Art Deco period during which it was created

INCLUDED ITEMS: MONTEGRAPPA FOUNTAIN PEN; ORIGINAL PRESENTATION BOX & CERTIFICATE


AS WITH ALL OF OUR WATCHES, AUTHENTICITY IS GUARANTEED!

THIS IS A FILE PHOTO.What does that mean?

 


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Lifetime Trade-Up Program

This means that if you ever want to upgrade to a newer model, a different model, or a different style; you can trade-in your BeckerTime preowned Rolex and receive the amount you paid for the watch towards your new purchase.

We appreciate your business and believe this is a valuable benefit with owning a preowned Rolex.


Trade-Up Terms & Conditions

Most of our preowned Rolex watches are eligible for the BeckerTime Lifetime Tradeup Guarantee. Please check the product listing to see if the Rolex qualifies. For qualified listings, we will say if it comes with the BeckerTime Lifetime TradeUp Guarantee.

Lifetime TradeUp Guarantee allows you to receive full value of what you paid for your preowned Rolex timepiece (price you paid for the timepiece only) towards the purchase price of another timepiece. We do not provide credit for any additional links, bezel, band, clasp, crystal, hands, or dial upgrades. We do not provide a credit for any shipping, taxes, service or repair costs.

The price of the new purchase must be at least 25% greater than the cost of your trade-in timepiece.

The watch must be returned without any damage or modifications. If the watch has been damaged or modified, the amount of the trade-up value may be less than what you paid.

The Lifetime Tradeup Guarantee is not a buy-back program, it is a trade-up program. It applies only to qualified preowned Rolex timepieces that were purchased from BeckerTime. Watches not purchased from Beckertime are not applicable to the Lifetime TradeUp Guarantee. The Lifetime TradeUp Guarantee is non-transferable.

No Hassles, No Questions, No Reasons Needed.

If it does not put a lump in your throat, you can send it back for a full refund.

Just email us and return it so we receive it back within 30 days. We are not like other dealers where you must wait months to see the credit or refund. We process all of our returns each weekend and your payment will be refunded no later than 3 business days following that weekend. Also, unlike most retailers, we will not deduct a restocking fee. We will refund 100% of the purchase price paid for the item.


Return Policy Questions and Answers

  1. Can I return the item for a refund?
    Yes. Just email us and return it so we receive it back within 30 days.
  2. Is there a restocking fee?
    No, providing that you return it so we receive it back within 30 days. The item must also be received back in the same condition with everything that was included (ie. box, tag, etc.)
  3. Is shipping refunded by Beckertime?
    No. The original shipping fees and the shipping costs back to us are not refunded.
  4. Is customs duties and taxes refunded by Beckertime?
    No. Beckertime does not refund any of the customs, duties, taxes or brokerage fees. You can contact your local customs office or the shipping carrier to request a reimbursement of your taxes and/or fees. Please note that some countries will not provide a reimbursement of your taxes or fees for a returned item.
  5. I received my watch and it is not working?
    Please email us so we can correct the issue to your satisfaction. Occasionally a rough shipping trip and/or altitude & temperature variations experienced in transit can cause a watch to not run properly. Pressure of trapped air molecules inside the case can cause either expansion or compression on the parts of the movement. Of course, this even happens to brand new watches when Rolex ships to an authorized Rolex dealer except the adjustments of decompression and calibration are usually made in the store after the package has been delivered. Mechanical timepieces are not made to be shipped due to the fragility and complexity of a movement.

Authenticity is guaranteed!

  • Every watch has been thoroughly examined and authenticated by our certified master-watchmaker.
  • All watches are checked for authenticity, mechanical, and aesthetic condition and to make sure it is not stolen.
  • We have been in business since 1998 and have NEVER sold a fake watch.
  • All ROLEX watches offered by BeckerTime are pre-owned.
  • Brand New 10

    New. Perfect condition and never worn. The watch has the original manufacture's protective plastic (if applicable). It comes with original box and papers. It is working properly, keeping very good time.

  • Never Worn 9.8 to 9.9

    New. Perfect condition and never worn. The watch has the original manufacture's protective plastic (if applicable). It may or may not come with original box or papers. It is working properly, keeping very good time.

  • Super Mint Condition 9.7 to 9.8

    Perfect. Looks never worn. As close to new as you can get for a preowned watch. This is the equivalent of a new watch that does not have the original manufacture's protective plastic (if applicable). If you remove the protective plastic from a brand new watch, and have not yet worn the watch, it is now in Super Mint Condition. It may or may not come with original box or papers. It is working properly, keeping very good time.

  • Mint Condition 9.5 to 9.7

    Near perfect. Looks like new on the wrist. Signs of wear are only visible with a loupe. The band has no stretch or wear. The watch is working properly, keeping very good time.

  • Super Excellent Condition 8.5 to 9.5

    Super nice. Light signs of wear. Watches with the original band will have minimal stretch between the links. The watch is working properly, keeping good time.

  • Excellent Condition 7.0 to 8.5

    Nice. Signs of wear. Depending on the age of the timepiece, watches with the original band will have loose or moderate stretch and wear between the links. The watch is working properly, keeping good time, but may gain or lose up to 30 seconds over 24 hours.

  • Fair Condition 5.0 to 7.0

    Fair. Signs of heavy wear. Watch may have a few dings, nicks, or deep scratches The band has severe stretch between the links. The watch is working, but may gain or lose a few minutes over 24 hours.

  • Poor Condition Less than 5

    Poor. Signs of extreme heavy wear, damage, or abuse. Major cosmetic and/or mechanical flaws that directly affect the integrity of the watch. The watch may be missing parts and/or may not run at all. We do not recommend this watch to be worn in this condition. Requires a lot of work to be made wearable.

    This timepiece is most suitable for:

    • A watchmaker looking for a "parts" watch so they can use the "usable" parts to service or restore their customer's watches.
    • A buyer that is looking for a challenging "fixer upper" watch. A speculative timepiece. They understand that lot of work must be done to this watch to be made wearable.
    • A buyer that is looking to replace a "lost" or "family heirloom" watch that in this condition. For many people, a Rolex is so much more than just a timepiece.
  • Processing Time - All items are shipped from our facility FOUR (4) BUSINESS DAYS from the date payment is received. Please be patient as this processing time is necessary to prepare each shipment with the very best care.
  • Water Resistance - We do not guarantee the water resistance of any watch. Although we may pressure test a watch prior to being shipped, we do not guarantee any watch to be waterproof or water resistant and do not cover any water issues under any type of warranty. One of the reasons is because there are too many life factors that can contribute to a watch not being water resistant anymore. Statistically, this applies to even the most careful of watch wearers.
  • Sales Tax - We are required to collect sales tax for items shipped to Texas and California unless you are buying for resale and provide us with a valid resellers permit. If sales and/or use tax is not collected at the time of purchase by BeckerTime, you may be required to file and pay the sales and/or use tax directly to the state and/or local tax authorities for which the item was shipped to.
  • International Buyers - Most countries charge customs duties taxes and fees on items being imported from the USA. You are responsible to know your Country's importing laws and taxes. The Buyer pays ALL import duties taxes and fees. These charges are the buyer's responsibility.

As with all of our Watches, Authenticity is Guaranteed!

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