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#1 povilasrimas

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 18:25

Hi,


Just accidentally got Montblanc fountain pen and waned to ask you guys, where could I find some info about it or maybe one of you will have something to tell about it. Would like to know everything whats possible, like which is it authentic? What collection? What model? Which year? And all everything about it's background? Ok enough of talking here is all things what is written on the pen:

On the bottom of the cap: MONTBLANC MEISTERSTUCK Pix

On the top of the cap: XM2084146 GERMANY

On the pin: 4810 14K MONTBLANC 585

Found same or maybe not pen on ebay, my eyes says it looks the same, but I am newbie so can't tell much of the difference...

http://www.ebay.com/...18#ht_500wt_922

Is this price reasonable for such a pen?

Sorry for so much questions, just got very interested and real want to know more :)

Anyway thank you all who will read this post and even more thanks to those who will respond to it!

Thanks again, here is some photos, sorry for not the best pictures, haven't got good source of light and tripod...

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#2 kandarp

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 18:56

The pen you have seems to be the 144. (I can't open the pictures so I don't know if its authentic or not)

The eBay listing is absurd. The pen you have is worth somewhere in the vicinity of $175.
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#3 povilasrimas

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 19:10

The pen you have seems to be the 144. (I can't open the pictures so I don't know if its authentic or not)

The eBay listing is absurd. The pen you have is worth somewhere in the vicinity of $175.


Thanks mate, uploaded photos to different site


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#4 Pen Nut

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 19:21

Plenty of them available at a fraction of the asking price for that one. Be advised and guided by those on here and check the classifieds as well. You are far 'safer' buying on here than other sites.

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Posted 11 November 2011 - 20:41

Plenty of them available at a fraction of the asking price for that one. Be advised and guided by those on here and check the classifieds as well. You are far 'safer' buying on here than other sites.

I can attest to this. I have been very pleased with my transactions in the classifieds section.
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Posted 11 November 2011 - 21:21

Picked up a 2001 144 with box, papers, ink and it even had its nib size sticker on it, all for only £75 - a buy-it-now mistake by an inexperienced seller, I believe. $175 sounds about right though. I have seen them go for more. I can't believe what that guy's asking on ebay - I am surprised his feedback is so positive. keep it, write with it, get the 146 and then get the 149 and ...
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#7 povilasrimas

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Posted 12 November 2011 - 22:32

Thanks guys, I will definitely gonna keep it, loved it from the first time, but I was wondering how to check is it authentic?

#8 jar

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Posted 12 November 2011 - 22:48

Thanks guys, I will definitely gonna keep it, loved it from the first time, but I was wondering how to check is it authentic?



Best first step would be to post some good closeup pictures of the actual pen, nib, engraving, section and feed.

Odds are that folk here can give you a pretty good evaluation.

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Posted 22 November 2011 - 19:13

Plenty of them available at a fraction of the asking price for that one. Be advised and guided by those on here and check the classifieds as well. You are far 'safer' buying on here than other sites.


Cut some slack to the guy ... after all is "FREE" shipping :thumbup: he is probably going to WALK to your front door and hand it over to you :roflmho:
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