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    Default My Montblanc 344 de España

    My unusual MB 344 that Montblanc manufactured in Spain is featured on Sia's Vintage Montblanc website. The 344 is from my mini-collection of ray-celluloid pens. Check it out here: https://www.vintagemontblancpens.com...4-grey-chevron

    Sia continues to post images and facts about other unusual Montblanc pens. Be sure to read his interview of Francis Goossens.
    Last edited by FredRydr; May 12th, 2019 at 09:08 AM.

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    Default Re: My Montblanc 344 de España

    That is super cool, Fred.
    I was following that wonderful website and was wondering why there isn't any 344, and now it does!

    A little part of me wished that you'd be acknowledged as an active member of FPGeeks also, not just FPN
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    Default Re: My Montblanc 344 de España

    Quote Originally Posted by penwash View Post
    A little part of me wished that you'd be acknowledged as an active member of FPGeeks also, not just FPN
    I don't think Sia plays in our Geeky sandbox, but I sent him the link to this thread. I am hardly active on FPN these days, but that was Sia's way to ID me.

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    Default Re: My Montblanc 344 de España

    Quote Originally Posted by penwash View Post
    That is super cool, Fred.


    A little part of me wished that you'd be acknowledged as an active member of FPGeeks also, not just FPN
    Not to worry my friend, the edit has been made And, thanks to Fred and this post I realized that I should be sharing my website with the FP Geeks community too (I have been a member but not so active here, but that is about to change).

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    My vintage Montblanc website --> www.vintagemontblancpens.com

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    Default Re: My Montblanc 344 de España

    Congratulations Fred.

    Thanks Zisi for this great site. Very instructive.
    I don't like modern MB, but like vintage, with a preference for the 2xx and 3xx.

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    Default Re: My Montblanc 344 de España

    Those ray celluloda are truly stunning. To get it on a prestige brand like Montblanc or Soennecken is just icing on the cake.

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    Default Re: My Montblanc 344 de España

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisC View Post
    Those ray celluloda are truly stunning. To get it on a prestige brand like Montblanc or Soennecken is just icing on the cake.
    Yes, but I also have a lowly Wearever made of the same stuff. One day I hope to learn how the pattern was created (a trade secret?) and which company(ies) supplied it to the various pen manufacturers in Europe and North America.

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    Default Re: My Montblanc 344 de España

    I have the same pattern in 2 Verelyte pens. I'll post pictures when I get home...very nice to see them when there's no wear to the color.

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