Share your favorites on Show & Tell

Mont Blanc Pen

In Pens > Montblanc Pens > Show & Tell.
Recent activity172290 of 180652Licio Zanetti pieceswat is this?
Love it
Like it

riazpropmanriazpropman likes this.
Add to collection

Please create an account, or Log in here

If you don't have an account, create one here.

Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate

Posted 6 years ago


(1 item)

About forty years ago, my father was in Hong Kong and purchased this fountain pen. He gave it to me before he died about ten years ago. He told me he was assured that it was a genuine Mont Blanc, but one not sold in the US. The pen is stainless steel and seems finely made and machined. There is a white star in black on the top of the cap and a white star on silver on the bottom of the barrel. The cap says "MONT BLANC germany" and the nib says MB. It takes a standard Mont Blanc ink cartridge. Can someone tell me if this is indeed a genuine Mont Blanc founntain Pen? and the model #? I would greatly appreciate it. I tend to collect Bexley Pens as I live close to their factory, but I do enjoy and use this pen. Thanks Skip Turner

Unsolved Mystery

Help us close this case. Add your knowledge below.


  1. SkipThird, 6 years ago
    No, it is not for sale. As it is a gift from my father, I plan to pass it on to my nephew who is graduating from Ohio State University in a couple of weeks. I just wanted to verify its authenticity. Thanks.
  2. jane, 6 years ago
    I had a pen like this once. I believe it is indeed a genuine Montblanc. A pen collector told me once that these stainless steel versions are extremely rare. I would hang on to it. You might try writing to Montblanc to get more information on the history of the pen.
  3. SkipThird, 6 years ago
    Thanks for the responses. I did write to Mont Blanc and they said they could not guarantee it was a Mont Blanc unless I sent it to them to look at, but did say it appears to be a Noblesse model. There is a Mont Blanc star on both ends.
  4. NYC, 6 years ago
    I have a similar one given to me by Diners Club International years ago. I have never used it and wonder what it could be worth as Jane writes that the stainless steel versions are extremely rare.
  5. NYC, 6 years ago
    As I got them some new members.

Want to post a comment?

Create an account or login in order to post a comment.