Montblanc Meisterstuck 146 LeGrand Ramses II Vermeil Fountain Pen


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Thanks very much for looking at our listing for this Montblanc Meisterstück 146 LeGrand Czar Nikolai I Platinum-Plated Fountain Pen, which comes with its large Montblanc presentation box (including outer), information booklets and stamped service guide – confirming first purchase on 4th February 1997. The pen has barely been used and is presented in wonderful condition.




The Ramses II writing instruments are one of the most famous offerings from the past 30 years and were produced from 1997-2002.




The vermeil barrel (gold-plating over sterling silver) works perfectly with the lapis lazuli cap, which is finished with flecks of gold. These pens were released a tribute to the legendary pharaoh, Ramses the Great, who ruled in the 13th century. Lapis Lazuli was used, as it was known to be one of the pharoah’s favourite stones. The blue resin grip section echoes this same colour scheme.

Serial number, Germany and Metal3 markings can be found on the clip ring.




The pen is fitted with an 18k medium nib and it’s a piston filler, so your choice here is bottled ink.



The important details are as follows…




Medium Nib



Montblanc Presentation Box included



Wonderful Condition




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