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Montblanc 320P Fountain Pen (1970s) - Black, Cartridge/Converter, Broad Nib (Excellent, Works Well)

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Montblanc 320P fountain pen from the 1970's. Cartridge/converter filler in black. Broad gold plated nib. Excellent condition, working well and writing smoothly.

SKU: 15271
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$120.00

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Type  Vintage cartridge/converter fountain pen.

Product Name  Model 320P -- not marked on the pen but we are fairly certain this is the correct model, or close to it, as not all 320s had the model number on the cap band. The "P" stands for "patronen" meaning cartridge.

Manufacturer and Year  Montblanc, Germany -- from the 1970's

Length  5-5/16"

Filling System  Takes Montblanc or international style ink cartridges or converters. A Levenger converter is installed.

Color  Black with gold trim. There's a white Montblanc icon on the top of the cap and the end of the barrel.

Nib  BROAD nib is smooth and has a little give to it, though no actual line variation is produced. We're pretty sure this is gold plated as it is not marked 585 and we understand that this model came with both gold and gold plated nibs.

Condition  Excellent condition. There are no cracks, chips, dents, personalization or major scratches. The cap still clings well to the barrel and clicks when sealed. There is light scratching on the clip, cap, and barrel and signs of handwear on the barrel, but the pen looks great. It's working very well and the nib is excellent.

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SKU 15271
Condition Used
Maker Montblanc
Type Fountain Pens

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