Corvina 51 Vintage Ballpoint Pen
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Corvina 51 Vintage Ballpoint Pens are Italian classic pens that have 1mm tips and a cap & clip that matches the ink color. An Italian classic brand that's considered synonymous with "ballpoint pen" in many European countries since 1965. It's designed to offer a flowing and precise writing experience. All pens are 6.5 inches (16.5 cm).
Corvina 51 Vintage Ballpoint Pen
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.
51 Standard sizes
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||PENS PER CASE
||PRICE PER PEN
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Single Pen (1-11 Pens)
1 Case (12-23 Pens)
2 Cases (24-35 Pens)
3+ Cases (>= 36 Pens)
a 12% discount
a 13% discount
a 14% discount
box of 12 pens
EAN = 8003511462437
Single Pen (1 Pen)
1 Case (1-1 Pens)
2 Cases (2-2 Pens)
3+ Cases (>= 3 Pens)
a 2% discount
a 3% discount
a 5% discount
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JB Apr 18, 2020
QUESTION: How many corvino 51 pens are in a case
ANSWER: 12 pens are in a case. Thank you.
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