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Montblanc149 Trends Table


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Nice to meet you, everybody.
It is 【SHIRABOSI】!
I upload a change list of Mont Blanc 149 which I made this time for three years.
As for having made a change list of all parts from a debut of 1952 to 2012, I am original.
I am a Japanese, and make this list in Japanese; better r た.
I used Google translation on the occasion of translation.
It is unknown, but, please look at the neighborhood in generosity whether it is translated definitely.
Thank you very much for your help.
If this becomes 149 Bible of everybody, it is very happy.

and・・・

I am glad when you can come to my blog to play.

http://blog.livedoor.jp/whitestar_ftl/

 

http://blog.livedoor.jp/whitestar_ftl/149%E6%8E%A8%E7%A7%BB%E8%A1%A8/149%20Trends%20Table201400828.JPG

http://blog.livedoor.jp/whitestar_ftl/149%E6%8E%A8%E7%A7%BB%E8%A1%A8/149%20Trends%20Table20140828.pdf

 

This is former data of a Japanese version.

http://blog.livedoor.jp/whitestar_ftl/149推移表/20140728%20149site%20transition%20table%20%20original%20data.pdf

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I am going to take some time to go through this after. It looks very informative and well put together. Thanks for taking the time to do this :)

Money may not make you happy but I would rather cry in a Rolls-Royce

 

The true definition of madness - Doing the same thing everyday and expecting different results......

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I am struggling to get it in a readable size. Any ideas anyone ?

Money may not make you happy but I would rather cry in a Rolls-Royce

 

The true definition of madness - Doing the same thing everyday and expecting different results......

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Wow, this looks interesting, thanks!

 

I am struggling to get it in a readable size. Any ideas anyone ?

 

What browser are you using? I just clicked on the jpg link and click again on the picture to enlarge to full size, perfectly readable.

 

 

 

Cheers,

Alan

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Very impressive and it takes a lot of effort. Thank you for sharing :) :)

 

+1!!

 

Great Job!

There are no facts, there is no truth - just a data to be manipulated...

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Shiraboshi,

 

I have never seen a Montblanc 14C or 14K nib with the Steod marking on it. Your chart mentions Steod with the 14k nib(entries A-9 and A-11), can you pls provide some good images of such a 14k nib with the Steod mark?

 

I have some more questions to ask but later.

 

Thanks!

Hari

In case you wish to write to me, pls use ONLY email by clicking here. I do not check PMs. Thank you.

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Hari

 

 

Because you allow a photograph of A-9 and A-11 of 14K to link 1-2 days later, please wait for a while.

Because I am not used to English and the operation of this net, I give me time a little.

Thank you very much for your advice.

 

SHIRABOSHI

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Hari

 

 

Because you allow a photograph of A-9 and A-11 of 14K to link 1-2 days later, please wait for a while.

 

Because I am not used to English and the operation of this net, I give me time a little.

 

Thank you very much for your advice.

 

SHIRABOSHI

No problem, take your time.

 

I want to see a photo of 14k nib with Steod mark.

 

Thanks!

Hari

In case you wish to write to me, pls use ONLY email by clicking here. I do not check PMs. Thank you.

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Everybody

Thank you very much for your advice.
There may be the point to still correct.
But I wish I improve little by little.
It is hard to translate it still more,; but thanking you in advance.

SHIRABOSHI

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Dear

 

I do not understand the reason changed from SteOD by StOD.

I want to check the meaning of each carved seal from now on.

There should be information of to know.

 

 

It is Excel data formerly.
Cannot show this; I'm sorry.
The browser of my blog linking to is Libedoor.

 

If English is strange, I'm sorry.

SHIRABOSHI

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Thank you for advice!

I think that I translate the expression again.

I added a postscript to StOD in A14.

I updated only a Japanese edition.

http://blog.livedoor.jp/whitestar_ftl/149推移表/20140830%20149site%20transition%20table%20%20original%20data.pdf

 

I am going to unify translation here from now on.

http://translate.weblio.jp/

 

and
I intend to change it into A cleaner photograph by The next year.

 

Thanks.

SHIRABOSHI

 

 

Hari

Please watch the image of A-9 and A-11 here.
The list processed it from here and stuck it.

http://blog.livedoor.jp/whitestar_ftl/149/14-1.jpg

There is only this, and I'm sorry now.

 

Thanks

SHIRABOSHI

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This is a great contribution to FPN from Japan. I am myself not a big fun of 149. But 149 is undoubtedly a legacy of fountain pens .The

Germans, Stir yourself!

 

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