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Montblanc Stod Hallmark


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I remember reading a thread about the Montblanc StOD hallmark and how it used to be SteOD, but I can't find the thread. I think hari posted some pictures of the old SteOD hallmark.

 

I managed to find on a Japanese website very clear pictures of the new Montblanc nib with the new StOD hallmark at: http://blog.livedoor.jp/whitestar_ftl/archives/27856922.html Maybe someone who can read Japanese can tell us what it is actually saying.

 

The picture below is taken from that website.

 

http://img560.imageshack.us/img560/7295/o0ic.jpg

 

 

And from http://blog.livedoor.jp/whitestar_ftl/archives/28017969.html

 

http://img90.imageshack.us/img90/2821/ulww.jpg

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Very Interesting, thanks for sharing here. The pics are indeed clear.

 

BTW, here is the older thread that you were asking about:

 

https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/index.php/topic/245759-mb-149-real-or-fake/

 

 

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An even clearer picture of the StOD hallmark can be found here, taken from Wheelers Luxury Gifts, an authorized Mb distributor in the UK:

 

 

http://img845.imageshack.us/img845/5205/5z3r.jpg

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I wonder why Montblanc would use the Spanish registry?


Does Montblanc manufacture in Spain possibly and ship nibs to Germany?
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I wonder why Montblanc would use the Spanish registry?
Does Montblanc manufacture in Spain possibly and ship nibs to Germany?

 

 

Maybe its registered in more than 1 country, just that only the Spanish one is named StOD in the database?

 

If you search for Montblanc trademarks there are thousands of them and some of them aren't named, unlike the StOD one registered by Montblanc Iberia.

 

I'm quite sure Montblanc nibs are made in Germany.

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I recently got a new MB149 with a nib that shows the same markings: AU 750. My nib looks like the first photo (o0ic.jpg) at the top of this thread. The photos in my Service Guide booklet, however, show 18K.

 

I am confused about why the white cardboard box sticker shows in black and white: Nib AU585. These words are underneath the black Montblanc logo, and these words are above the black numbers 10577.

 

The sticker label and the nib markings are inconsistent.

 

Does anyone have any comments about this?

 

Thanks,

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I recently got a new MB149 with a nib that shows the same markings: AU 750. My nib looks like the first photo (o0ic.jpg) at the top of this thread. The photos in my Service Guide booklet, however, show 18K.

 

I am confused about why the white cardboard box sticker shows in black and white: Nib AU585. These words are underneath the black Montblanc logo, and these words are above the black numbers 10577.

 

The sticker label and the nib markings are inconsistent.

 

Does anyone have any comments about this?

 

Thanks,

after a few decades, your box, papers and pen will be considered rare and valuable transitional 149 model. hang onto the pen and keep all the papers etc.

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Good idea. My box, booklet, and nib are showing inconsistent karat descriptions.

Same here, btw.!

I just discovered it a few weeks ago even though I purchased my 149 in October or November 2013... the era of inconsistence started there, obviously... ;)

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But still it is not clear for me what the letters stand for.

So what means the S, St, the O, the D?

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