Vintage 1980's Montblanc MeisterstÜck No146 Black Fountain Pen With 14k Gold Nib
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Vintage 1980's Montblanc MeisterstÜck No146 Black Fountain Pen With 14k Gold Nib:
1980's AUTHENTIC14K GOLD PenUncharted territory of craftsmanship awaits you when you uncover the writing instruments of MONTBLANC'SMEISTERSTÜCK. New since 1942: TheMEISTERSTÜCK 149 & 146 fountain pen is one of the best known most writinginstrumentsof our time. Hand - crafted in the bestEuropeantraditions, its 14 K hand - ground gold nib, 3 gold-platedrings, gold plated clip & deep black precious resin barrel made 146 (single-tone nib, solid window)mid-1980's, 14 k gold nib, resin, piston.The 146 (now called LeGrand) is the large-sized Meisterstuck, second only to the massive 149. The 1980's vintage models have a solid ink window and a single-tone gold nib with a fairly plain Condition. Filled with ink a couple of times Only.
ThisMontblanc comes with mechanical pen with twistmechanism, 0.7 mm lead, barrel and capmade ofprecious resin inlaid with Montblanc emblem, gold plated clip and ring.
Montblanc was founded by the stationer Claus-Johannes Voss, the banker Alfred Nehemias and the engineer August Eberstein in 1908, the company began as the Simplo Filler Pen company producing up-market pens in the Schanzen district of Hamburg. Their first model was theRouge et Noirin 1909 followed in 1910 by the pen that was later to give the company its new name, Montblanc. TheMeisterstuckname (English: "Masterpiece", the name used for export) was used for the first time in 1924, for the top lines of fountain pens. Today, the Montblancbrandis on other goods besides pens, including watches, jewellery, fragrances, leather goods and eye wear.
The company was acquired byDunhillin 1977, following which lower price pens were dropped and the brand was used on a wide range of luxury goods other than pens.
Today Montblanc forms part of theRichemontgroup. Its sister companies include luxury brandsCartier, Van Cleef $ Apels, Chole' and Baume et Mercier.Montblanc is owned, through Richemont, by the South African Rupert Family.