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I found three montblanc and need help with one of them all take cartridges. I belive them all to be 144.

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Hello and welcome to FPN, from Cape Town, South Africa.

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Welcome to the FPN.

 

It always helps tremendously to have a picture and all the information you can find to get answers to your questions.

 

Also, post your questions in the MB forum.

 

Enjoy your time here.

If your out-go is more than your income,

 

Then your up-keep.

 

May be your Down-falll!!!

 

 

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Welcome !

 

The model 144 is a cartridge fountain pen, often with a converter installed. Are all three pens the same size ?

 

Quite a few devoted and knowledgeable Montblanc enthusiasts among our members. They have been generous with me.

Auf freiem Grund mit freiem Volke stehn.
Zum Augenblicke dürft ich sagen:
Verweile doch, du bist so schön !

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Here are the other two. All three have caps that screw on, 4810 18k gold nibs, and take cartridges. I believe they are Monteblanc Meisterstuck solitaire facet platinum plated 144 and Monteblanc Meisterstuck solitaire citrine classique 144.post-136819-0-43718500-1495470116_thumb.jpgpost-136819-0-31749800-1495470133_thumb.jpg

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with a charge from over several millennia of continuing the art of recording man's life.

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Hello and Welcome to FPN!! Glad to have you as a member!! You may want to add a post over in the MontBlanc forum to get a broader response.

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Welcome to our warm nook of the internet, where you can share this beautiful hobby with good and friendly people. Or as we say in low Saxon: Mooi a'j dr bint! (Good you're here.)

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Hello and welcome to the Fountain Pen Network. Glad you have joined us. You, having joined us, make us better. This is now your place as much as it is ours. Please don't be shy. Ask all the questions you have and don't hesitate to state your opinions. I hope you enjoy your time here.



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