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Montblanc Meisterstuck Fountain Pen Identification

montblanc meisterstuck identification

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#1 zBabu

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Posted 23 April 2015 - 14:52

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone could help me identify the exact type of this fountain pen. 

It is a montblanc meisterstuck. on the nib is inscribed 4810 18K montblanc 750. It is approx. 145mm long.

I have attached a picture. 

Thanks for any responses. 

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#2 farmdogfan

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Posted 23 April 2015 - 15:56

It looks like a 146.



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Posted 23 April 2015 - 16:46

It looks like a 146.

 +1... it is a montblanc meisterstuck 146 . black resin with gold trims.



#4 zBabu

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Posted 23 April 2015 - 18:59

Thanks for the replies. Much appreciated.



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Posted 01 May 2015 - 15:36

I have a two-part question. Can anyone identify the model # of the attached Monte Blanc pen

and once identified can anyone tell me if it is or is not compatible with the 144 ? I know it is not

compatible with the 144. I just need to see someone put it in writing.

 

The reason for this post : I sent my 144 in for repair out on the West Coast. It was kept for

3 1/2 months.  The pen I got returned was not the 144 I sent. I knew right away because

of its size. The returned pen was smaller - in the manner that I couldn't fit my refills into

this pen. These same refills (Monte Blanc original) was what I used with my 144. The two

pens also physically look different.in that my 144 had threads on the nib end of the pen;  

this model has the threads on the stock end.

 

I have attached photos fof the pen that was returned to me. I would be grateful for anyone who

might help me resolve the issue I have with the repair provider.

 

       John MacMaster

 

 



#6 MrMacky

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Posted 01 May 2015 - 16:28

I forgot the images

 

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Posted 01 May 2015 - 16:42

what is the length of the pen? It could be the Mozart, aka 114. that is the only modern meisterstuck that is smaller than the 144.


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Posted 01 May 2015 - 17:00

That is a 144 without a doubt.  Not just compatible but the same thing.


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Posted 01 May 2015 - 20:30

I have a two-part question. Can anyone identify the model # of the attached Monte Blanc pen

and once identified can anyone tell me if it is or is not compatible with the 144 ? I know it is not

compatible with the 144. I just need to see someone put it in writing.

 

The reason for this post : I sent my 144 in for repair out on the West Coast. It was kept for

3 1/2 months.  The pen I got returned was not the 144 I sent. I knew right away because

of its size. The returned pen was smaller - in the manner that I couldn't fit my refills into

this pen. These same refills (Monte Blanc original) was what I used with my 144. The two

pens also physically look different.in that my 144 had threads on the nib end of the pen;  

this model has the threads on the stock end.

 

I have attached photos fof the pen that was returned to me. I would be grateful for anyone who

might help me resolve the issue I have with the repair provider.

 

       John MacMaster

 

 

Perhaps you sent a 145 for repair and thought it was a 144 and then got a 144 back?



#10 chunya

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Posted 03 May 2015 - 10:23

Did the one that you sent off have a scew on, or a push on cap?

Screw on would be 145, push on would be 144

 

The one that was returned to you certainly looks to be a 144


Edited by chunya, 03 May 2015 - 10:24.


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Posted 03 May 2015 - 23:21

Like everyone else had stated it does look like a 144. 

 

It looks like the section has unscrewed from the threads while the threaded portion that screws into the barrel is stuck.  You need to unscrew that brass piece from the barrel.


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Posted 04 May 2015 - 05:16

Like everyone else had stated it does look like a 144. 

 

It looks like the section has unscrewed from the threads while the threaded portion that screws into the barrel is stuck.  You need to unscrew that brass piece from the barrel.

I have already answered this question on another thread and Mr Macky confirmed that this is what happened. Strange.


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Posted 04 May 2015 - 20:56

I have already answered this question on another thread and Mr Macky confirmed that this is what happened. Strange.

If it came back in that condition, it begs the question what repair was done?



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Posted 05 May 2015 - 06:35

If it came back in that condition, it begs the question what repair was done?

And, more importantly, by whom?


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Posted 05 May 2015 - 06:52

I think this is not an issue: just unscrew the brass thread from the barrel as Paul Raposo said.
I got this "odd aperture" once with my 145 and it has happened any more after screw the section firmly.





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