Montblanc Meisterstuck 146 Gold Line Fountain Pen – Monotone Nib – 1979


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Thanks very much for looking at our listing for this Montblanc Meisterstuck 146 LeGrand Gold Line Fountain Pen, which comes with its Montblanc presentation box. The pen has been very lightly used over the decades and is presented in overall fantastic condition – the B sticker, denoting a broad nib, remains on the barrel. This is arguably one of the most interesting 146’s that’s arrived at IZODS over the last few years, as the original receipt (dated 7th August 1979) is included, along with a letter dated 30th August 1979 from the retailer, confirming that the nib has been changed for ‘a broader one’. Even the certificate of posting (dated 23rd August 1979), from when the pen was sent for the nib swap, is included. With these extra details, this really is such a wonderful example.





With its solid ink window, split ebonite feed and monotone nib, these really are lovely pens. The clip ring features only Germany markings.





The 146 is a piston filling pen, which means that bottled ink is your choice here. The pen is fitted with a 14k monotone broad nib.





The important details are as follows…





– 14k Monotone Broad Nib





– Montblanc Presentation Box





– Fantastic Condition





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