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  1. Hey everyone! I inked up a pen with one of my last cartridges of MB Toffee Brown to see if I wanted to purchase a full bottle of it before the price hike / packaging switch / potential reformulation or discontinuation. The answer turned out to be no, but then I had a pen full of ink to get rid of. What better way to do that than a review amirite? This one is not as entertaining as my previous review. Blame the ink. It's not an entertaining ink! I also stopped halfway through the review because I had the bright idea to search for a solution to the Wateman Kultur nib dryout problem, and
  2. Time Left: 25 days and 21 hours

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    $745

    DeLand, Florida - US

  3. Hi everyone, (By the way, I'm fairly new to pen collecting, so I apologize if I say something stupid). My brother wants to buy me a special pen. After a lot of consideration and procrastination, (I think) I have decided on the Montblanc Writers Edition Shakespeare pen. It's a beautiful pen, and given that it commemorates Shakespeare, I don't think it will ever go out of style (of course, it's a gift from my brother, not an investment -- I'm not really expecting to part with it in my lifetime). When I was first looking, I could buy the fountain pen (Fine nib) for around $950 (
  4. Rosetta59

    344, The Humble Montblanc

    In a previous review I managed to introduce a brief timeline of the 34x series. Now I wish to present to our community a revised, enlarged and corrected version. I hope it may be useful. Many pictures are borrowed from the websites penboard.de and hepworthdixon.com. Tom Westerich (penboard) and Michael Knott (hepworthdixon) kindly permitted me to employ their marvelous images. MB 344, the humble Montblanc The Montblanc 34x series was introduced on the market at the beginning of the fifties; the starting year being 1951 or 1952, even if some pre-series are presumably from 1950. The fir
  5. Does anyone know what happened to the Montblanc Calligraphy ink - red version? I've seen a few photos. I've seen listings at stores that were then taken down. I've seen no writing samples, no one saying they have purchased it. Was this ink ever actually released? Does it exist?
  6. 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. Montblan
  7. Mob Mentality

    Montblanc 149 piston puzzle

    <a data-flickr-embed="true" href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/192670838@N04" title=""><img src="https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/51088053741_90065e7a29_h.jpg" width="1600" height="1200" alt=""></a><script async src="//embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js" charset="utf-8"></script> Hello all. I recently purchased a Montblanc 149 in red gold. What is strange is the piston threads on this pen. The pen has an 18k nib however the threads don't appear to be brass looks to almost be a whitish metal has Montblanc changed the piston threads recently? Any informa
  8. Time Left: 2 days and 22 hours

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    Thinning out my collection. - Montblanc StarWalker Doué, 14k Gold Medium Rhodium coated nib, Platinum coated cap, clip and finial, discontinued pre 2018 model. C/C, good used condition: tiny chippings at the section close to the nib, hard to see with the naked eye!, MB box included — 350 US$ REDUCED TO 300 USD - Montblanc StarWalker, 14k Gold Medium Rhodium coated nib, Platinum coated clip, discontinued pre 2019 model. C/C, excellent near mint used condition — 300 US$ — SOLD - Lamy 2000 (2016), Bauhaus design from 1966, Platinum coated 14k Gold Oblique Medium nib, Piston Filler, Comes with original box and paper work, excellent near mint used condition — 125 US$ –– SOLD - Osmia Supra 44G 1938, 14k Gold Soft (Semi-flex) Fine nib, Black celluloid, Piston filler (Blind Cap), Excellent used condition, restored, cap band tarnished, No box or papers, “G” stands for "Glatt" = "Smooth" as opposed to "Chased" –– 300 US$ REDUCED TO 275 USD Shipping from Belgium to Europe and USA: $ 35

    $300

    - BE

  9. When listing a pen on an auction site or when selling pens on other platforms, words such as ‘not working’ and ‘broken’ have a tendency to make buyers deeply hesitant. Sometimes though, it is worth the risk. The flip side of course is that it isn’t worth the risk at all and you end up crying over a steaming pile of junk and the money you wasted on it. Luckily the Carbon Fibre Solitaire that came to me from southern Spain was worth the risk even though the seller was honest enough to let me know that the piston mechanism was broken and the pen was not working. It had been well used by its previ
  10. goodpens

    Authenticating Montblanc Resin?

    TL/DR version: Do knockoffs of black Montblanc pens ever have the characteristic wine red glow to the resin? Longer version: I recently bought a Montblanc at an antique store: Black with silver-toned (likely platinum) trim.13.7cm long capped; 15 cm long posted. Nib=18K, unmarked but apparently EF Cartridge/converter fill. Lousy pic quality available or I'd post. Comparing it to a current production model, it looks identical to the Meisterstuck Platinum-Coated Classique, which has a 14K (not 18K, as mine) nib. This was a one-on-one sale; the stall owner seemed to know very little about F
  11. Preface: This article is to discuss the Montblanc 12/14/22/24/32/34 series, giving the reader detailed information on this series history background and structure. Also will discuss the pen's variations. I always enjoy this serie because these pens are very well made and the nibs are divine. There is not too much information for them available, I would like to make my contributions. And also if you are interested, I always have a couple of them available. Enjoy! Historical Background: First, I would like to quote from http://montblanc.parkerpens.org/montblanc.html. In 1959
  12. Montblanc Legrand VS Inoxcrom Caravel This is a traslation that I did (sorry for my english) from the original post of a friend called Manuleon in a different forum. I have his authorization to put this translation here.
  13. omarcenaro

    Xrays Of Montblanc

    I know many of y'all have stayed up at night thinking "I wonder what a Montblanc looks like when x-rayed". Well, I am here today to finally answer this age old question, lol. As I am the Chief (and the Indian) of Radiology where I work I said lets do it. Actually, several times during the week I fire a test shot of the x-ray equipment after its been restarted or calibrated in the morning in order to confirm that its ready to shot during the day. Usually I shot my Iphone or keys. Today I had my 147 Traveller that had not been inked up yet and thought lets tested on that. Well, here are the resu
  14. white_lotus

    Montblanc Honoré De Balzac

    This review is part of a series of "blues reviews". Someone sent me a sample of this ink a while back. At long last I've gotten to using this lovely ink, and writing up a review. The papers are Hammermill 28lb inkjet, Mohawk via Linen, and Tomoe River. Too bad I didn't know about his ink when it was available as it's a nice turquoise. The ink appears to be a single dye. Somewhat similar to pthalo turquoise.
  15. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    • Used

    For sale : a barely used Montblanc Starwalker Cool Blue fountain pen. Fine 14k 585 tip. I bought it at a Montblanc store in Barcelona and only used it a couple of times. The pen was an anniversary present from my ex. So, I don't really like using it.... It is in beautiful shape but unfortunately I lost the box in a move. Also include are (20) ink cartridges (6 royal blue, 7 irish green, and 7 midnight blue) Please message me if you have any questions. Shipping extra Thanks! Kevin

    $260

    Tulsa, Oklahoma - US

  16. Time Left: 6 days and 9 hours

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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 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

  17. Two and a half years ago, I purchased a Montblanc 146 pinstripe Solitaire with an extra-fine nib. The nib wrote beautifully; but after a little while, the piston mechanism broke--despite the care with which I had treated the pen, I must add. I sent it to Montblanc for repair, as it was still in warranty. The pen came back with the piston in perfect order; but the nib had been put way out of adjustment. I then sent it to John Mottishaw, who reground it to a true extra-fine of extraordinary quality; and I have since used the pen daily. Well, this evening, the pen, which had been loaded with Mont
  18. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    • Used

    Montblanc items is being offered for sale, personally collected by a former Montblanc dealer, who also served as a repair shop for multi-brand pens. The articles belong to a time frame that goes from 1990 to the early 2000s. This is a nice lot in total, consisting of 43 items, including the notebooks and the box with warranty. These are essentially items that the laboratory had accumulated over time. Some items appear as never used, for example the caps for Montblanc 149, springs and other spare parts. Other parts appear to be spare parts replaced under warranty. The notebooks are new. The individual items and storage conditions are detailed below. Kindly please do not ask me for spare parts or anything else. (I apologize for my english) 7x Montblanc small notebooks - Identification code: Note Pad 13915. Dimensions: 10.2x 7.2 x 0.3 cm. New items. 4x Montblanc medium-large notebooks - Identification code: Notepad Hawam, Id15705. Dimensions: 10.4x5.4x 0.7 mm. New items. 1x Montblanc box with service guide and 2002 year warranty suitable for stylus, roller or sphere. Some signs, but in good condition. 1x Montblanc 4810 18 K 750 nib, section mounted and with power supply. The nib has no breaks or imperfections, only small traces of use. 3x Montblanc 149 caps. Excellent condition, no breaks or imperfections reported, 1 of the 3 caps is new and sealed. 1x Montblanc 144 hood. Excellent condition, no cracks or imperfections. 1x Hood / star for Montblanc Generation. It shows signs of use and a small imperfection on the top right side of the star. (Star center) Negligible but present. 1x Hood / star for Montblanc 80s-90s. Star in good condition but has small chips on the plastic. 1x Montblanc star. It has two chipped tips. 1x Montblanc Generation stylus or roller cap, blue color. Equipped with clip and star. Cap, star and clip healthy and in excellent condition, light signs of use but no scratches or grooves. 1x Montblanc Meisterstuck 144 stylus cap, without star and clip. Excellent condition, light signs of use but no scratches or grooves. 1x Montblanc Meisterstuck 144 stylus stem or body, with finishes. On the body it is written: "Test-Special." Excellent condition, light signs of use but no scratches or grooves. 1x Montblanc Meisterstuck 144 stylus stem or body, with finishes. Excellent condition, light signs of use but no scratches or grooves. 1x Montblanc meisterstuck 144 pen body, ballpoint pen end. Excellent condition, light signs of use but no scratches or grooves. 1x White cleaning cloth with Montblanc logo - pen protector. Like new. Mechanical parts. 1x Montblanc meisterstuck 144 end part / roller tip or ball. Excellent structural condition, only signs of use. 2x Mounting screws for hood or Montblanc stars. Very good condition. 7x Springs for Montblanc Meisterstuck roller or ball. Like new. 1x Ring to insert Montblanc star. Very good condition. 3x Montblanc Meisterstuck Parts Roller Loading System. Structurally they do not present problems, they are pieces in brass and it is difficult for them to break. One of the three also has plastic parts with traces of wear or otherwise of use, probably art replaced by pen under official warranty. 2x Montblanc Meisterstuck end parts. Excellent general conditions. 1x Montblanc 144-146 power supply. Like new. Total Items : 43. For any information, doubt or clarification, I am at your complete disposal. Write me at any time.

    $300

  19. Dearest readers, Could you please help identify this pen? I am by no means a Montblanc connoisseur and therefore at somewhat of a loss. Many thanks for all the help you can offer. I bought this pen from a thrift store. Best wishes!
  20. soapwench

    Dating a Montblanc 4810

    My boyfriend's dad gave me a Montblanc Meisterstuck that had stopped working. I cleaned it and it works beautifully, of course. It has a serial number, which started in 1991, but it also says W Germany, which didn't exist after 1990. I did several Google searches and even searched the serial number, but couldn't find anything to help me date it. I'm really just curious, more than anything. If anyone could point me in the right direction, I'd appreciate it. It does have the 14K bi-color nib. I apologize if the answer is here somewhere and I oveooked it. Thank you in advance for you
  21. Mijail D. Hoyo

    Montblanc Boheme Rouge Ballpoint Pen.

    Dear Forum. I apologise in advance in case this is not for what the forum is meant for. I have been trying to convince my father that the Montblanc which was given to him as a present, not a long time ago, is actually a fake one, but he refuses to believe me. He has shown me uncountable tests proving that the pen is authentic [The material does glows in red(if we put a flashlight under the cap), the Montblanc peek/logo looks good, its serial number seems correct, and with high quality, the engravings like Pix(under), and Germany, are written on the clip and can be read
  22. 我在二手市場上以90NTW的價格購買了一支原子筆。 它沒有任何保證,而且價格便宜,我認為它是假的。 有沒有人有任何想法或告訴我他的模特, 謝謝
  23. Hi everyone - I've got a Montblanc Starwalker that's had the threads on the cap strip completely twice, with very little use. I sent it back for repair once, and am looking for a more reliable solution. The second time it happened, the person at the Montblanc store very smugly recommended that I don't pull the cap off and don't tighten it too much. Believe me, as much as this pen cost, I've been as careful as I can with it and the cheap plastic threads in the cap fail after a couple of months of normal daily use. Can anyone recommend what I should do?
  24. James Purdey & Sons Single Malt scented ink was released in 2018 by Montblanc as part of a series in collaboration with James A. Purdey, a gunmaker and hunting lifestyle brand. The ink surprised me! Single malt scented ink sounded at first like a (overpriced) gimmick and to some extend it is of course. But the color is a deep, beautiful orange-brown with amazing shading. Definitely a fall color which can be used in both a business environment (note taking) as well as for personal writing and correspondence. Be careful though, when opening the bottle or the pen cap the whisky scent is quite
  25. omarcenaro

    Montblanc Converters broken

    I’ve been using all week at work my Burgundy Classique (144R) with 18K nib. I have been using the piston converter to fill with ink. The older threaded converters that say Montblanc ink only. I notice that when I filled the converter (attached to nib) from the bottle that I got a bunch of bubbles, which was odd, but it filled up enough so into my pocket it went. Fast forward to today Friday, I needed a little more ink and when I opened the pen there was ink down the converter and in the barrel. After cleaning up the mess I checked the converter and found that it was not pulling a





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