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  1. Cursive Child

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  4. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

    • For Sale
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    Inked a couple of times. Dipped a few times. Sitting in a desk unused for several years. Bought from a Montblanc Boutique in Troy, MI in late 2006. Stamped on the warranty booklet. Model 3497. You can see the serial number in the picture. The cap is pinstripe gold and the body of resin - my terrible pictures don't do it justice. The model was discontinued. It's a 144 size that works with cartridge or converter. Comes with box, warranty card and converter. Was inked a couple of times and is now cleaned out with distilled water. You may be able to see there is slight tarnish / discoloration on the gold plated clip ring at the end of the section, which is common, I believe. I may have left the pen with some ink residue on that clip for a while. Normal desk wear from it being moved around a bit. Please PM me with questions, more pictures, writing samples. Price does not include shipping. Will be approx $20 in the CONUS, including insurance and tracking. More if outside CONUS. Proceeds will go to charity to help with food and education: 33%: https://fcpsfoundation.org/impact/kids-in-need/ 33%: https://www.foodforothers.org 34%: Food / Education charity of your choice. (Please pick one with < 10% of revenue spent on Admin and overhead expenses.)

    $325

    Vienna, Virginia - US

  5. I am usually not a fan of metal parts on pens, except when it's silver. Recently I find myself tempted to purchase the Montblanc Le Petit Prince 145 Doué model, which has a resin body and a rhodium-plated cap. I really wish that it were a 146 with silver cap but it is what it is and still really attractive, and c/c does have its advantages. I am wondering, if any, how is your experience with Montblanc pens with non-silver metal cap or body, especially with rhodium-plated steel. Do they hold up well over time? Is there any flaking, pitting, etc? Much appreciate any input. Regards, como
  6. Hi all, Ive been using fountain pens for a while, but fairly new to Montblanc pens. Im thinking about purchasing a consigned pen from what seems like a reputable seller. Has anyone seen this particular pen before, or know if there are any dead giveaways on its authenticity, and what might be a fair price. It seems to be a 144 Doué from what I can tell, but any help would be me much appreciated. Thanks! V
  7. Introducing the Montblanc Boheme Doue Moongarden fountain pen. Montblanc's special attention to precision work led to the creation of a pattern that features movement of tree leaves at full moon. Specs: Writing Style: Fountain Pen.Mechanism : Screw Cap Mechanism.Body: Lacquer detail contribute to the Moongarden impression on barrel.Finish: Red Gold / Gray flannel plated.Clip: Red gold-plated engraved with a gemstone bearing a unique serial numberNib: 18K Gold nibRefills: Cartridge Fountain Pen (no converter) take a look at the pen at penboutique.com or visit us at one of our physical locations based in Columbia Md. or Bethesda Md. You can reach us 410-992-3272!
  8. okay I came across this pen at a good price . the seller seemed nice and had a few good pictures. so I bought it. the seller even included an extra rollerball refill in the price. when I received and checked the pen, I noticed that there was no serial no. on the pen cap. that made me paranoid....because of the no of starwalker fakes out there. so here are the images...please let me know what you think.I know it is a rollerball/fineliner... but I assumed I can still use the knowledge pool here at fpn. thank you for any help in advance. and excuse me for the pics...I used ipad mini for these. I can upload more pics if needed. http://i.imgur.com/mpUVItU.jpg http://i.imgur.com/YoH51ms.jpg on the packed refill there was a sticker indicating it was imported by entrack ltd (authorised distributor of montblanc in india). I tried to remove it, and it came off. http://i.imgur.com/5ULQfcW.jpg http://i.imgur.com/czXJ4j5.jpg there is quite a lot of ink damage. on flipping the cushion there is a slot for 2 pens. http://i.imgur.com/uwlg7oD.jpg http://i.imgur.com/IYGL2Na.jpg http://i.imgur.com/wsjMv18.jpg http://i.imgur.com/tl3KzWN.jpg it does say Germany metal pix under the clip. regards Vikram





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