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I'm looking for reference websites for Montblanc fountain pens. It seems like what I've found so far is very scattered. Is there a good location for the history of MontBlanc Pens. I'm particulary looking for a break down of what pen was made when and what each pens characteristics and specs were.

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First, welcome home. Pull up a stump and set a spell. And nope, no such site exists. A few though do offer some information.

 

The PenBoard.de database has lots of information.

 

Maxpens.de also has lots of historical models if you scroll down.

 

This site has a fairly accurate listing of some models.

 

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I like maxpens

it has lot of information about the history of fountain pen mont blanc

Gotta love the design of it:)best of it gotta love the design.It seem like a good reference however, they dont tell where they found the information so resources are missing.

I recommend you should find th resources if you are doing project and need resources.

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Apart from the sites mentioned, which do a great job of synthesizing information from different databases, I like to go to primary sources myself - it's just fun. Check out this FPN thread for a list of MB catalogues and repair manuals from the past (read all the way through the thread for additional links). https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/180508-montblanc-1969-catalog/

Enjoy!

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My Vintage Montblanc Website--> link

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