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I recently was told by multiple MB SA that Boheme line is for females? My wife got me a black ballpoint with the blue stone years ago that i misplaced, kind of makes sense since its so small, is this right?

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I recently was told by multiple MB SA that Boheme line is for females? My wife got me a black ballpoint with the blue stone years ago that i misplaced, kind of makes sense since its so small, is this right?

 

I say no, it isn't.

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What a wonderful chart. I love my Boheme Bleu with retractable nib. It is such a great/solid carry on the go!

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I bought my first Boheme blue jewel retractable nib just last week... It came and was tiny. Def a ladies pen, not sure about the large.

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Thank you for creating this chart! I recently purchased Montblanc Boheme Rouge fountain & rollerball pens from different collectors. It will be interesting to see what I get.

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Mikale

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This really is an amazing resource -- weighing in late -- but grateful for the product and the work that went into it. Regarding the question by Waltz for Zizi, isn't it true that all Boheme models are discontinued?

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Well the Boheme is listed on Montblanc's website only as a watch now. A real shame, these are beautiful little pens.

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The Boheme line was originally designed for, and marketed to, women.

-- Joel -- "I collect expensive and time-consuming hobbies."

 

INK (noun): A villainous compound of tannogallate of iron, gum-arabic and water,

chiefly used to facilitate the infection of idiocy and promote intellectual crime.

(from The Devil's Dictionary, by Ambrose Bierce)

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Thank you for the contribution! Will the same color patterns shown in the chart apply to rollerballs?

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Hmmm - just flushing my Solitaire Carre Citrine and notice that it has a rhodium-plated 18ct nib instead of the two-tone that's on the chart. Anyone come across that? I didn't buy it new, admittedly, but everything else seems ok.

 

Will try to post some pix later.

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Hmmm - just flushing my Solitaire Carre Citrine and notice that it has a rhodium-plated 18ct nib instead of the two-tone that's on the chart. Anyone come across that? I didn't buy it new, admittedly, but everything else seems ok.

 

Will try to post some pix later.

 

I bought my first Bohème Bleu in a Montblanc boutique, and the nib was 18k instead of 14k.

 

Sometimes Montblanc uses different nibs, I don't know why.

Sorry if my English is bad.

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I bought my first Bohème Bleu in a Montblanc boutique, and the nib was 18k instead of 14k.

 

Sometimes Montblanc uses different nibs, I don't know why.

Thank you, Leftyjo. It's worse than that though, now I really look at it - a14ct rhodium-plated nib instead of an18ct two-tone one. Doesn't go with the pen at all!

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The moongarden seems impossible to find.

 

Do keep looking - I've got one and it's much more beautiful than any photo has captured.

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