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Montblanc Heritage for 2023?


siddr90

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Hi all,

 

I've quite enjoyed the heritage collection over the last few years and was wondering if MB plans to release a new model this year? Keen to hear if anyone has updates!

 

So far I've enjoyed the Rouge et Noir in black and it to be the best MB nib I've used.  Still tempted to buy the Baby but prefer pens that don't need posting

 

Cheers

 

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I haven't heard anything about Heritage this year so far. They first launched the collection in 2016, released new models in 2017 and 2018, nothing in 2019, the Egyptomania collection in 2020, nothing in 2021 and the babies last year. Maybe they stop this year and come back in 2024 with special to celebrate the Meisterstück's centenary. 🤔

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I'm keeping my fingers crossed for a 139 Heritage. Maybe with an M flex nib like the one on the Gold Leaf! 

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