Yes, you are right, the whole transition model-area isn't well covered by my chart yet, cause, to be honest, the whole period is complicating enough itself. It is very difficult to tell them apart except side-by-side. When they re-introduced the in the 70s they had a split ebonite feed. Welcome to FPN. Or you could keep it and use it? That chart does not speak about them either.
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Dating This Mont Blanc Meisterstuck 146.
I personally have not found a Montblanc with a monotone 14C nib but have found ones with a 14K nib. I suspect that it was made in the 60s already as it shows many features which other models from the 60s share. The feeders may be of interest too. Also the ink view window is pretty clear not really dark gray. Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list. David R. If you prefer to see no adverts, support FPN by donating towards an Ads Free view, either by a monthly contributionor a yearly contribution.