Montblanc Meisterstuck 146 Gold Line Fountain Pen – 1991 – Broad Nib


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Thanks very much for looking at our listing for this Montblanc Meisterstuck Gold Line 146 LeGrand Fountain Pen, which comes with its Montbanc presentation box and unstamped service guide. The pen has been very lightly used and is presented in fantastic condition – the gold trim is bright and the black precious resin has a deep shine.



The 146 is a piston filling pen, which means that bottled ink is your choice here.



This example has real significance, if you’re looking for a 146 that comes from a time where there was a big transition period for this model. The pen has features from both the modern 146’s and those from the previous era – with the older parts being the split ebonite feed and solid grey ink window. The nib is then the later bi-tone version. It’s very easy to date as it has the first generation, shorter serial number, which is also presented in a different font, along with W.Germany markings – so it will have been produced during 1991.



The important details are as follows…


– 14k Bi-Tone Broad Nib


– Montblanc Presentation Box


– Serial Number markings present



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