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Hi All -

I have inherited some pens from my father. I know they are Montblanc because I bought them for him in the 90's directly Montblanc, but I can't remember what they are named. I believe the two gold (one fountain, one roller ball) as well as the silver are meisterstuck .

I small red one (fountain) may also be meisterstuck?

The green/silver (fountain/mechanical pencil) may be Ramses but I can't seem to validate this with searches.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

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Can't help with the identification but will move this post to the Montblanc sub forum so you get a broader look from experts over there.

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You know, I'm sure they're fakes and would be happy to take them off your hands for the cost of shipping! :yikes:

 

I can't help with identifying, but wow! Those are stunners!

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They are all from the Meisterstuck family, just different models. The green are Czar Nikolai model pens. The large FP looks like a 146 size, aka Legrand. I can't recall the models numbers for non FPs.

 

The gold ones are vermeil (gold plate over silver) or just gold plated (gold over brass) solitaire pens. Look for a silver hallmark or 925 on the cap to figure out which version it is. One looks like a 146 size FP, the other a roller ball (again I forget these mdoel numbers).

 

the little red pen is a Mozart coral duoe. the model is 114. It is probably a FP.

 

the silver pen is a 146 solitaire Legrand. It is silver and should be marked 925 on the cap.

 

All the solitaire models seem to have the pinstripe pattern.

 

Hopefully that helps.

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Hi All -

I have inherited some pens from my father. I know they are Montblanc because I bought them for him in the 90's directly Montblanc, but I can't remember what they are named. I believe the two gold (one fountain, one roller ball) as well as the silver are meisterstuck .

I small red one (fountain) may also be meisterstuck?

The green/silver (fountain/mechanical pencil) may be Ramses but I can't seem to validate this with searches.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

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Firstly..Welcome Aboard..Enjoy your time here.

First pen: 22146 Meisterstuck Solitaire Nikolai I Vermeil with pinstripe pattern 18ct nib in eight grades. Piston filler {PIF}

Second pen: 22165 Meisterstuck Solitaire Nikolai I Vermeil with pinstripe pattern mechanical pencil with 0.7mm or 0.5 mm lead.

 

Third pen: 146VP Meisterstuck Solitaire Vermeil PIF 18ct nib in eight grades.

Fourth pen: 146VP Meisterstuck Solitaire Vermeil Rollerball.

 

Number Five: 114DV Meisterstuck Hommage Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Vermeil Cap Bordeaux cartridge filler 18ct nib in four grades {?}

Number Six: 146SP Meisterstuck Solitaire Sterling Silver PIF 18ct nib in eight grades

 

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Wow! Thank you for all your help. Dad loved these and i wouldn't have been surprised if he was a member. Now I just have to decide if I should sell them for someone else to enjoy or frame them.

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Wow! Thank you for all your help. Dad loved these and i wouldn't have been surprised if he was a member. Now I just have to decide if I should sell them for someone else to enjoy or frame them.

 

 

Enjoy them, but don't think you should frame them... :lol:

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Margey..I know you did not ask for guidance re: the disposal / disposition of said pens.

 

Do whatever works for you......

 

Fred

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Always keep one pen, for memory. Just make sure it is a fountain pen, they are the only ones with a soul and would have been loved that little bit more than the others.

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