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Montegrappa Miya

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#1 Moruk



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Posted 12 January 2020 - 18:48

Does the Montegrappa Miya ever present with a solid, rather than a bi-color nib? The Miya I have appears to have a steel nib, (that is, no marks to indicate it's gold)  but I'm at loss to know how that could be possible.  Does anyone have any information about this? Many thanks.

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Posted 29 January 2020 - 00:32

I believe it's gold. If you remove the nib, the gold 14k or 18k is indicated there. It's at the end, sometimes the nib is inserted too far back.

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