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海外サイトに出品してある商品説明です。 購入したいのですが、説明が今一つ分かりません。 お手数ですが、和訳をお願いいたします。 Stealth Black with a black, ion-plated 21kt solid gold nib, the new Sailor Imperial Black fountain pen is truly a classy luxury writing instrument with a modern edge. The body size is 18mm diameter by 129mm length closed (.7" diameter by 5.07" length). Fills via cartridge or converter and is accompanied by a free bottle of ink inside a black satin luxury gift box.

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    ステルスブラック(軸の色でしょう)ペン先はイオン渡金の21カラット金のセイラーインペリアルブラック万年筆は、ほんとうに現代的でクラシックな豪華筆記具です。      軸の大きさは直径18mm 閉じた状態で長さが129 mm(直径7”長さ5.07”)。カートリッジまたはコンバーターで(インキ充填)黒サテンのギフトケース入りの無料インキ壜付き。       内容から見て下記のようですね。     http://www.sailor.co.jp/lineup/fountainpen/11-3028

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