Hi, my name's Danny and I live in Romford, Essex, England. For years I have used/owned Parker fountain pens but I recently was given a Montblanc fountain pen.
I wonder if anyone can help me determine if it's genuine. There is no serial number and the nib is all gold instead of gold/silver. Also, from pictures I have seen, the grip is white instead of black.
I have seen from the photos here that the some came with an all gold nib but it says nothing that I can see (unless I missed it) about serial numbers.
The nib is all gold and has engraved on it
Montblanc logo with 'M' in the middle
The cap has "Montblanc - Meisterstück No.146"
The clip has "W Germany" stamped on it.
I guess that may make it genuine but I've never seen one with a white grip like that before (see photo).
I have been a Parker user for many years owning Duofolds mainly so I don't know much about Montblancs.
I've attached a photo.
*edit - I thought it came from a loft clearance but I've since been informed it wasn't. It was bought for me.
Edited by danielnewman1977, 05 February 2016 - 11:39.