|Montblanc Meisterstuck 140 series|
|Montblanc Meisterstuck 146 Piston Filler|
This recently serviced 146 pictured left, produced in (Montblanc named) "Black Precious Resin" has a piston filler mechanism and clear ink view window.
|Meisterstuck Two Tone OBB Nib|
Meisterstuck nibs have the number 4810 stamped on them, this number is significant, it was the height of Mont Blanc as measured in metres in 1929. This M.B.146 pen is fitted with two-tone 14ct Gold nib with Rhodium plated centre inlay. The Iridium writing tip a very broad oblique (OBB), ideal for writers with a flowing style.
|Montblanc Meisterstuck 147 Cartridge Filler|
Pictured above is a newly acquired Monblanc Meisrerstuck 147 cartridge filler, sometimes referred to as "Traveller 147". Greatly reduced ink capacity from the 146 piston filler, but having a unique facility of carrying a spare ink cartridge housed within a double carrier screwed into the barrel of pen. Manufactured from black thermo-plastic it is styled and feels exactly the same to hold and write with as original M.B. 146. This M.B. 147 is fitted with two-tone 14ct gold nib with rhodium centre inlay, it has a fine (F) iridium tip.
A word of warning to all with a yearning to own their own new or used genuine Montblanc Meisterstuck writing instrument. The Montblanc 140 series has, over the years, attracted more fakes/replicas/counterfeits than any other pen produced. There are a number of obvious things to look out for, but many counterfeit issues can only be spotted by experts. Our advice, always buy new from official Montblanc retailers or buy used from a reputable dealer.