Montblanc Meisterstuck 136 Long Ink Window Fountain Pen - Steel Nib


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Thanks very much for looking at our listing for this Montblanc Meisterstuck 136 Fountain Pen, which comes with a later Montblanc presentation box. The pen is in overall good condition, especially considering its approx. 75 year existence, and has previously been serviced by Eric Wilson.



This 136 was produced during wartime when Montblanc were unable to use gold for their nibs. These WWII pens are delightful writers and this example has the ski slope (non-lined) feed. The patent marking, DRP 652405 is heat stamped on to the barrel, with 136 and M on the piston cone.



This is the long ink window version, with it still very much viewable with the cap on – the lines are crisp and clear. As you do get sometimes with the telescopic piston mechanism, it can slip sometimes when drawing up ink – it fills to a fantastic capacity, so it’s just a case of turning the mechanism slowly and then it usually stops where it’s shown in the photos.



As mentioned, the heat stamp marking has this as a medium nib, but we’d suggest it’s a broad – these steel nibs are renowned for their glorious ‘bounce’!



The important details are as follows…


– Steel Nib


– Montblanc Presentation Box


– Long Ink Window



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