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This is my small contribution to an object that fascinates me from the first day I saw it.

 

I want to share this chart of all Montblanc Bohème models launched until today.

I included "Noir et noir" and "Rouge et noir" models, which are almost identical to the Bohème but whose names were changed because of copyright issues.

The hardest part of the work was finding the years when each model has been produced, in fact I could not complete the chart in that sense.

I think that companies should put historical information about all their models on their websites, but for some unknown reason they do not.

I see a lot of times questions about Bohème models, if one model in particular did ever exist or not, and so on. I hope this chart can clarify some doubts.

If you find any mistakes, do not hesitate to let me know.

 

Have a good day,

leftyjo

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Sorry if my English is bad.

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What a great contribution! Well done on putting this together.

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Thank you so much for this, great work.

 

I love the Boheme and have ended up with 11 of them ..... Didn't know about the Purple though, would love one of those!

I chose my user name years ago - I have no links to BBS pens (other than owning one!)

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Wow, what a super-great contribution to our community. It's evident you put a lot of time and interest into this. Much thanks for sharing this with us.

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Thanks for your comments. It takes me a lot of time to find all the information.

 

 

Thank you so much for this, great work.

I love the Boheme and have ended up with 11 of them ..... Didn't know about the Purple though, would love one of those!

 

 

The purple is a mistery for me. I saw it only a few times on eBay and I'm sure it was an original MB. But I never saw one in real life and there is no information online about that pen.

Sorry if my English is bad.

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Outstanding work, not much of a Boheme collector myself (a little rare to find in my area) but it's a fascinating pen, no doubt.

 

Thank you very much for this.

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Thanks for your comments. It takes me a lot of time to find all the information.

 

 

 

 

 

The purple is a mistery for me. I saw it only a few times on eBay and I'm sure it was an original MB. But I never saw one in real life and there is no information online about that pen.

Aha! So .... anyone ever seen/owned a purple Boheme?

I chose my user name years ago - I have no links to BBS pens (other than owning one!)

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An extraordinary work, well conceived and perfectly executed. Thank you very much for your time and effort.

 

A thread to be surely pinned!

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WOW!!! Nice work! Boheme's are one of my Favorites. This chart just adds more regrets to my life, because I almost bought a few of these, byt never did.

 

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An extraordinary work, well conceived and perfectly executed. Thank you very much for your time and effort.

 

A thread to be surely pinned!

 

 

Thank you, fpupulin. I think your posts are the best on FPN. I really admire your outstanding drawings.

Sorry if my English is bad.

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Brilliant stuff... a chart of beauty!

 

Thanks for putting it together.

 

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