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When dedication for the brand and obsession for demonstrators both are present, you eager to combine them...


Buying your lath, learning, exercising, being encouraged and trained by a pen authority such as "Fountainbel", someday you reach the satisfaction of realising your dream and making your own pens, this is today !


They contain and represent all visualisation of technique, quality beauty and perfection. Creating and assembling them you understand why they are called "Meisterstück". Generation, system, size, nib... all become "clearely" visual.


Maybe the combination of both would be the full perfection, telescoop with nib unit, however no must. Both are joy for the eye. Enjoy with me...


Thinking over the post title, came up... Montblanc undressed, Montblanc generations... "Visualised" won and approached mostly my desire of realisation.


I look very much forward to your reactions and opinions !

Kind penregards,




Read more about my "penjourney", began 2018, october...









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Those images are excellent fountain pen photography.

Thank you for posting them here for all to enjoy.

The banana trees in the background are a nice surprise.

Tom K.

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Wow, what nice pens! Must be joy to write with.


As J. Keats says: "a thing of beauty is a joy for ever"!


And also beautiful photography, especially the exotic ones!

Belgium got really talent! :thumbup:




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Congratulations my dear friend Rob, well done !!

"De volhouder wint, en de broekschijter stinkt !"

I'm proud of you ...


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Very nicely executed. I am sure many people will want one of their own so get ready for the incoming mails. :)


Is definitely be interested in some for a modern 149. Somethig to spice up the collection.

If you want less blah, blah, blah and more pictures, follow me on Instagram!

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"De volhouder wint, en de broekschijter stinkt !"


How will we translate this for our English speaking friends ? :D :D :D

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Beautiful stuff Rob! I, too, love demonstrators. The Pelikan M805 engraved is my favorite one.


Are these something you'd be willing to do for others?

What I'm looking for: Montblanc 132, 235, 422 and 432. Any help would be most appreciated.

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What an excellent piece of work Rob! You never stop to amaze me. You are an artist on the lathe!

Gr. Ben

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Wow! those are gorgeous MB's, I love how the Conid King Size looks with a MB nib, and these are just perfect! demo-149's.


Congratulations for those amazing creations, you are living the dream!




Luis A.

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Wooow, thank you all for your warm and enthousiast comments !

Indeed this is the happy end of a trial, error and improvement process, the more why your reactions encourage me...

See the "Fountainbel" translation :lol: :lol: :lol:


More has yet to come, working on a full demonstrator !


Extra thanks to Luis to inspire me to the picture below...



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So much awesomeness in one photo! Thanks for sharing, The King Size is definitely in my whishlist to be matched with a MB 149 nib.


Keep us posted from the full demo please! I am sure we all are going to appreciate it.




Luis A.

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