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Great work on the chart. I believe the large Boheme is referred to as the XL.

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Thank you very much! I love the boheme collection. I was just in doubt about the purple release. Never saw that. Where to find out one of these? Thank you,

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Thank you very much! I love the boheme collection. I was just in doubt about the purple release. Never saw that. Where to find out one of these? Thank you,

 

 

The few times I have seen it, it was on ebay.

Sorry if my English is bad.

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Excellent, facsinating, super, etc .. what a great enlightening job in a true confusing dark era of Montblanc.. Appreciated.

Just to complete my understanding of Boheme secrets, I would understand - size wise- there are 3 different sizes of Boheme;

 

1- The Large ones (XL Size), these are produced only on 2002, Platinum line, retractable Nib, always no Stone.

2- The M Size, all comes always with fixed nib ( must).

3- The Small size, Regular as seen in your god chart.

 

Correct ??

 

Also another question to you .. What about BPP & Rollers are they come also in 3 sizes like FP ??

 

Highest regards and appreciate your efforts once again.

Cheers - Amr S Laithy

Email: amrslaithy@gmail.com

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Hi all.Taking a careful read on the chart (thank you again for your contribution), I find out that I need to add 13 more pieces to complete my desired collection:

Gold-plated rouge.

Platinum big size.

Silver bleu.

Solitaire citrine.

Platinum-plated crystal.

Doué platinum-plated

Doué gold-plated

Purple (this is a new edition for me).

Vert with platinum

Doué ligne

Arabesque azur (one of my favotires)

Moongarden.

I was searching for some bohemes here in Brazil and I find out models for sale, for example, the doué platinum-plated FP for about 150 USD (!!!) and a pair of FP and BP of Paso doble rouge for about 250 USD for both (!!!!!!!). They are genuine pens, but pre-owned (I don't care for this). Crisis is making people scared about money and they sell all they have at any price.

Hugs to all,

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Excellent, facsinating, super, etc .. what a great enlightening job in a true confusing dark era of Montblanc.. Appreciated.

Just to complete my understanding of Boheme secrets, I would understand - size wise- there are 3 different sizes of Boheme;

 

1- The Large ones (XL Size), these are produced only on 2002, Platinum line, retractable Nib, always no Stone.

2- The M Size, all comes always with fixed nib ( must).

3- The Small size, Regular as seen in your god chart.

 

Correct ??

 

Also another question to you .. What about BPP & Rollers are they come also in 3 sizes like FP ??

 

Highest regards and appreciate your efforts once again.

 

Thanks ASL!

 

To answer your questions:

1- I don't know if "only" in 2002. There is few information about years of production.

2- Correct.

3- Correct.

 

BPP & Rollers come only in one size. Rollers are the same size as the fixed nib (Medium) fountain pens. BPP are smaller.

Sorry if my English is bad.

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Hi all.Taking a careful read on the chart (thank you again for your contribution), I find out that I need to add 13 more pieces to complete my desired collection:

Gold-plated rouge.

Platinum big size.

Silver bleu.

Solitaire citrine.

Platinum-plated crystal.

Doué platinum-plated

Doué gold-plated

Purple (this is a new edition for me).

Vert with platinum

Doué ligne

Arabesque azur (one of my favotires)

Moongarden.

I was searching for some bohemes here in Brazil and I find out models for sale, for example, the doué platinum-plated FP for about 150 USD (!!!) and a pair of FP and BP of Paso doble rouge for about 250 USD for both (!!!!!!!). They are genuine pens, but pre-owned (I don't care for this). Crisis is making people scared about money and they sell all they have at any price.

Hugs to all,

You have a great collection.

 

Silver bleu is my favourite and arabesque azur is really beautiful.

Sorry if my English is bad.

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I picked up a NOS Boheme Big Size/XL from an AD in Sicily. According to his records he had it in store for 6 years, which means MB were still pushing them out to dealers in 2010. The original price tag was still on the pen and read 535 Euros.

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Impressive overview ! Thanks a lot, this allows me to check with my list that I have built up over the years. I currently have in my collection 29 different Boheme pens.

 

I see on your overview that you do not list the below models, maybe you don't consider them as Boheme, but in my collection I do.

 

Boheme Friedrich II - 888

Boheme Friedrich II - 4810

Boheme Henry Tate - 888

Boheme Henry Tate - 4810

 

Boheme Sakura Rose Gold - 88

Boheme Sakura Yellow Gold - 8

 

I will go in detail through your list to see if I can add some information to yours.

 

Cheers and thanks again !

Luc

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Impressive overview ! Thanks a lot, this allows me to check with my list that I have built up over the years. I currently have in my collection 29 different Boheme pens.

 

I see on your overview that you do not list the below models, maybe you don't consider them as Boheme, but in my collection I do.

 

Boheme Friedrich II - 888

Boheme Friedrich II - 4810

Boheme Henry Tate - 888

Boheme Henry Tate - 4810

 

Boheme Sakura Rose Gold - 88

Boheme Sakura Yellow Gold - 8

 

I will go in detail through your list to see if I can add some information to yours.

 

Cheers and thanks again !

Luc

 

I was just going to write this as well. I own these pens except the last one. ;)

 

BTW, anyone interested in the Sakura Rose Gold with the number 55/88 ?

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Montblanc collector since 1968. Former owner of the Montblanc Boutique Bremen, retired 2007 and sold it.
Collecting Montblanc safeties, eyedroppers, lever fillers, button fillers, compressors - all from 1908 - 1929,
Montblanc ephemera and paraphernalia from 1908 to 1929,
Montblanc Meisterstück from 1924 up to the 50s,
Montblanc special and limited editions from 1991 to 2006
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Axel

Montblanc collector since 1968. Former owner of the Montblanc Boutique Bremen, retired 2007 and sold it.
Collecting Montblanc safeties, eyedroppers, lever fillers, button fillers, compressors - all from 1908 - 1929,
Montblanc ephemera and paraphernalia from 1908 to 1929,
Montblanc Meisterstück from 1924 up to the 50s,
Montblanc special and limited editions from 1991 to 2006
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