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AcLondon

Hi all,

 

I've now seen the type of Montblanc pen below in two different places over the past few weeks but I can't identify it.  The owner of this one couldn't either.  It's the distinctive end I'm interested in.  It looks like a push-button but the grooves running perpendicular to the end separate it from most of the push-buttons of the time.  I think I've seen ends like it on a Soennecken.  I'm sure there's an obvious answer to this - I just don't know it. 

Thanks, ac.

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Michael R.

Could be a 332, 334, or 334 1/2 piston filler depending on size. Lower price model from the late 1940s without a separate blind cap.

 

Maybe there is a number on the nib and/or end of barrel to indicate size and model number.

 

Cap tube needs to be replaced and fixed with a new clip. Parts are available (c. 50 € for a cap) with some luck. But you need to try it on your pen to make sure it fits.

 

Cheers

 

Michael

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AcLondon

As always, thank you so much for these great responses.  That's a great photo PenRob.  Does the wartime chronology explain the unusual button at the end?  Or is it that there's something missing over the button?  

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Not sure that the blindcap is wartime related, just typical for the model and type, it's a grip section. Wartime points to the non-gold nib and chiseled cap bands... enjoy your pen !

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