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  1. Abstract:This article discusses the following issue:1. The Montblanc Meisterstück Classique 14X series products in burgundy color since 1980's2. The Montblanc Meisterstück 144 generations3. The origin and successor of Montblanc Meisterstück 144 The Montblanc Meisterstück 14X Burgundy Family:Allow me to start with 2 pictures shown below, from the left:1. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 1 in burgundy2. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 2 in burgundy3. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 3 in burgundy4. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 in black5. Montblanc 145 Chopin in burgundy6. Montblanc 146 old style in black (just as a comparison)7. Montblanc 146 in burgundy (146R Bordeaux) Figure 1. The Montblanc Meisterstück 14X Burgundy FamilyFigure 2. The Montblanc Meisterstück 14X Burgundy Family Now, I will discuss the Montblanc Classique 144 generation:Montblanc 144 Classique generation 1 characters:1. Monotone color 14k gold nib (figure 6) Please notice that the distance between the imprint and the shoulder of the nib is further compared to the 2nd (figure 14) and 3rd (figure 22) generation2. Ebonite feed (figure 7)3. Plastic section thresd equipped with old style Montblanc converter (figure 8)4. Cap clip reads 'GERMANY' (figure 5)5. Black section for both Black and Burgundy Montblanc Classique 144 Figure 3. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 1 in burgundy (Cap on)Figure 4. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 1 in burgundy (Cap off)Figure 5. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 1 in burgundy (Cap)Figure 6. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 1 in burgundy (Nib Detail)Figure 7. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 1 in burgundy (Feed Detail)Figure 8. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 1 in burgundy (Section Thread&Converter)Figure 9. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 1 in burgundy (Cap off)Figure 10. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 1 in burgundy (Cap off) Montblanc 144 Classique generation 2 characters:1. Monotone color 14k gold nib (figure 14) Please notice that the distance between the imprint and the shoulder of the nib is shorter compared to the 1st generation (figure 6)2. Old Style Plastic feed (figure 15) -> 2nd and 3rd generation use the same old style plastic feed3. Plastic section thresd equipped with old style Montblanc converter (figure 16)4. Cap clip reads 'GERMANY' (figure 13)5. Black section for both Black and Burgundy Montblanc Classique 144 Figure 11. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 2 in burgundy (Cap on)Figure 12. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 2 in burgundy (Cap off)Figure 13. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 2 in burgundy (Cap)Figure 14. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 2 in burgundy (Nib Detail)Figure 15. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 2 in burgundy (Feed Detail)Figure 16. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 2 in burgundy (Section Thread&Converter)Figure 17. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 2 in burgundy (Cap off)Figure 18. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 2 in burgundy (Cap off) Montblanc 144 Classique generation 3 characters:1. Monotone color 14k gold nib (figure 22) Please notice that the distance between the imprint and the shoulder of the nib is shorter compared to the 1st generation (figure 6)2. Old Style Plastic feed (figure 23) -> 2nd and 3rd generation use the same old style plastic feed3. Brass section thresd equipped with old style Montblanc converter (figure 24)4. Cap clip reads 'W-GERMANY' (figure 21)5. Black section for Black Montblanc Classique 144 and Bugundy section for Bugundy Montblanc Classique 144 Figure 19. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 3 in burgundy (Cap on)Figure 20. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 3 in burgundy (Cap off)Figure 21. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 3 in burgundy (Cap)Figure 22. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 3 in burgundy (Nib Detail)Figure 23. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 3 in burgundy (Feed Detail)Figure 24. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 3 in burgundy (Section Thread&Converter)Figure 25. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 3 in burgundy (Cap off)Figure 26. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 3 in burgundy (Cap off) Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 characters (discontiuned around 2004):1. Bicolor 14k gold nib (figure 31)2. New Style Plastic feed (figure 32) -> Same with Montblanc 1453. Brass section thresd equipped with new style Montblanc converter (figure 33)4. Cap clip engraved with serial number (figure 30)5. Black section for Black Montblanc Classique 144 and Bugundy section for Bugundy Montblanc Classique 144 Figure 27. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 in burgundy (Cap on)Figure 28. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 in burgundy (Cap off)Figure 29. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 in burgundy (Cap)Figure 30. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 in burgundy (Cap)Figure 31. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 in burgundy (Nib Detail)Figure 32. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 in burgundy (Feed Detail)Figure 33. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 in burgundy (Section Thread&Converter)Figure 34. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 in burgundy (Cap off)Figure 35. Montblanc 144 Classique generation 4 in burgundy (Cap off) Montblanc 145 Chopin characters (started around 2004):1. Bicolor 14k gold nib (figure 40), nib size is significantly smaller than Montblanc 144 Classique Series2. New Style Plastic feed (figure 41) -> Same with Montblanc 144 4th generation3. Brass section thresd equipped with new style Montblanc converter (figure 42)4. Cap clip engraved with serial number and 'GERMANY' (figure 38&39)5. Black section for Black Montblanc Classique 144 and Bugundy section for Bugundy Montblanc Classique 144 Figure 36. Montblanc 145 Chopin in burgundy (Cap on)Figure 37. Montblanc 145 Chopin in burgundy (Cap off)Figure 38. Montblanc 145 Chopin in burgundy (Cap)Figure 39. Montblanc 145 Chopin in burgundy (Cap)Figure 40. Montblanc 145 Chopin in burgundy (Nib Detail)Figure 41. Montblanc 145 Chopin in burgundy (Feed Detail)Figure 42. Montblanc 145 Chopin in burgundy (Section Thread&Converter)Figure 43. Montblanc 145 Chopin in burgundy (Cap off)Figure 44. Montblanc 145 Chopin in burgundy (Cap off) Montblanc 146R Bordeaux characters:The 146R Bordeaux model is bascially the modern Montblanc 146 in Burgundy color.1. Bicolor 14k gold nib (figure 50)2. Plastic feed (figure 51)3. Cap clip engraved with serial number and 'GERMANY' (figure 47&48) Figure 45. Montblanc 146R Bordeaux (Cap on)Figure 46. Montblanc 146R Bordeaux (Cap)Figure 47. Montblanc 146R Bordeaux (Cap)Figure 48. Montblanc 146R Bordeaux (Cap)Figure 49. Montblanc 146R Bordeaux (Cap)Figure 50. Montblanc 146R Bordeaux (Nib Detail)Figure 51. Montblanc 146R Bordeaux (Feed Detail)Figure 52. Montblanc 146R Bordeaux (Nib Detail)Figure 53. Montblanc 146R Bordeaux (Section Detail)Figure 54. Montblanc 146R Bordeaux (Cap off) Montblanc 144G From the 50'sSince the beginning the of Montblanc's 3 digits fountain pen system, XX4 stands for the standard size (nib size). For example, size wise, 149>146>144>142, here 144 is the standard size.In 1948, 144 model was first introduced to the Meisterstück family, the predecessor is the 134 model. The 144 model has the following character:1. The pen is made from celluloid2. Breath Hole on Cap (figure 59)3. Blind Cap Imprint Indicates Pen Model and Nib Size (figure 60&61)4. Bi-color 14C nib (figure62) The imprint distance from the should is closer to the Montblanc Classique 1st Generation's desgin5. Ebonite feed (figure 63)6. Telescopic piston filler Figure 55. Montblanc 144G From 50's (Box)Figure 56. Montblanc 144G From 50's (Box Open)Figure 57. Montblanc 144G From 50's (Cap)Figure 58. Montblanc 144G From 50's (Cap)Figure 59. Montblanc 144G From 50's (Cap Breath Hole)Figure 60. Montblanc 144G From 50's (Blind Cap 'EF')Figure 61. Montblanc 144G From 50's (Blind Cap '144G')Figure 62. Montblanc 144G From 50's (Nib Detail)Figure 63. Montblanc 144G From 50's (Feed Detail)Figure 64. Montblanc 144G From 50's (Section Detail) Montblanc 234 1/2 From the 40'sIn 1934, the company changed its name to Montblanc-Simplo GmbH, the famous Montblanc 3 digits was adopted. For the first digit, 1 stands for Meisterstücks (Masterpiece), 2 stands for Middle Range and 3 stands for economy range.For the second digit, 0 stands for safety filler, 2 stands for button filler and 3 stands for piston filler.For the third digit, it stands for the nib size.Here, 234 1/2 stands for Middle Range, piston filler and 4 1/2 nib size pen. Since it was during wartime, gold was not allow for pen production and alloy was used for nib material.This 234 1/2 model has the following character:1. The pen is made from celluloid2. Breath Hole on Cap (figure 69)3. Cap Imprint 'MONTBLANC' (figure 68)4. Blind Cap Imprint Indicates Pen Model and Nib Size (figure 70&71)5. Alloy nib (figure 74) 6. Ebonite feed (figure 75)7. Telescopic piston filler (figure 72&73)8. Blind Cap can be taken off (figure 77) Figure 65. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Box)Figure 66. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Box Open)Figure 67. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Cap)Figure 68. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Cap Engraving)Figure 69. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Cap Clip)Figure 70. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Blind Cap 'EF')Figure 71. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Blind Cap '234 1/2')Figure 72. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Telescopic Piston Filler 'D.R.R')Figure 73. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Telescopic Piston Filler '652405')Figure 74. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Nib Detail)Figure 75. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Feed Detail)Figure 76. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Section Detail)Figure 77. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Blind Cap Off)Figure 78. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Blind Cap)Figure 79. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Cap On)Figure 80. Montblaanc 234 1/2 (Cap Off) In the end, please enjoy the Montblanc Classique 144 Line with 145 Chopin:
  2. tiekid

    Montblanc 144 Fake Or Genuine?

    Hi I have recently bought a MontbBlanc from a ebay seller in Spain. This is my first Montblanc, so I need your helps and I really appreciate that. I have given that this item was bought form Montblanc Iberia SLU Regalos de Empresa, Tel: 934463969 in Spain and 100% authentic. The number of International Guarantee Certificate is 105657 and the number on the clip of this pen is YH1360467. But when I went to The Pen Shop in Meadowhall - a Montblanc Boutique in UK to send it to MontBlanc Service to restore, then they said to me that this pen is not genuine or fake. I am not sure that she was right or not, since she could not point up that is the old version of Montblanc 144 with the gold ring around the nib and just compare this item with the new one. But I think she have some reasons to believe it is fake ( some photos explain for those reasons attached ). Then I went to Ernest Jones - another Montblanc boutique in UK to check it again, and they said to me that it look like genuine and that is okay. But I also do not think these guys is experts, as they just took a cursory look but not carefully investigate it. Thus, it made me so confused, so please help me to verify this item! Many thanks.
  3. Hi everyone! I am new here and just acquired my first Montblanc. It is a Montblanc 144. I bought this pen on ebay and I was wondering if you guys thought it was real or not. The box shows made in West Germany and the gold sticker on the pen shows M W-Germany. However the clip shows Germany on it and the serial number is two letters followed by six numbers. The nib passes the magnet test. The threads on the barrel are brass, but the converter that came with the pen appears to be the old style push in type. I am attaching pictures for you guys to see. Does anyone know what year this pen may be from? Thanks for your help!
  4. Hello guys here is my MB 144 FP and some MB stuff my dad bought for me back in 2002 from Dubaihttp://imageshack.com/a/img716/3466/x7fb.jpghttp://imageshack.com/a/img541/5239/b9w9.jpghttp://imageshack.com/a/img19/4521/rcro.jpghttp://imageshack.com/a/img534/5572/8fv1.jpghttp://imageshack.com/a/img28/1572/jb6e.jpg i really like this FP the wight, shining black color and the 14K Nib is the best thing about it i dont know how much my dad bought them but i saw on ebay people asking 155-165$ for the card holder i dont know how much the BP or the FP costs these days im curious how much they cost if you guys have any idea and what do you guys think about these items
  5. krishna

    Advise Needed On Mb-144

    Hi everyone, I am a student and I am thinking of getting myself a MB144 primarily because the costs of the 146 and 149 are far beyond my budget. I have seen video comparisons of the sizes and I am a little unsure and was hoping to get some help from the MB experts on here! I have used a Parker 51 (not demi) and its size is perfect for my hands. How does the P51 compare with the MB144? How fine is a MB-144 fine nib? .. I do a lot of math and I like a fine point. For example, how does it fare against a TWSBI F or EF? For its price range, is it a workhorse like the Lamy 2000? I don't have a Lamy 2K but I have heard tons about it being able to last a long long time! If anyone can give me a pictorial comparison, I would be very happy indeed! If you have one you want to sell.. you could msg me too I hope I didn't step on any toes .. just trying to make an informed purchase! Thank you!





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