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Montblanc Bottled Ink - Mystery Black - 60ml

SKU: MB_105190

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Regular price $24.00

For 2010, Montblanc has redesigned the ink bottle with a special front compartment for emptying residue and now holds 60ml of ink. The bottles are more stylish and slightly heavier. Montblanc has also refined the ink making process to given an enhanced ink flow in your fountain pen. The ink box itself is also a keep sake due to the ribbon handle and sliding action of the box. There are several new colors to suit every individual taste and occasion.

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Product Specifications

Brand Montblanc
Colors Black
Compatibility Standard Fountain Pen
Fast Drying Yes
Material Glass Bottle
Size 60ml
Type Bottled Ink
upc No
Water Resistant Yes

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CF
04/12/2019
Chris Freiberger
I recommend this product

Mystery Black & Midnight Blue

I purchased these inks to work with a MontBlanc Meisterstuck 4810-149 18K fountain pen I inherited from my father. They write beautifully. I had previously purchased supposedly the same ink from a major online realtor and both inks seemed to be very watery, so I returned them. The ink I purchased from you is wonderful and there is a significant difference in quality. Better still, the price is virtually identical. I will be purchasing from you in the future.

MC
02/24/2019
Michelle C.
United States
I recommend this product

Excellent

Excellent product and service.

J
09/10/2016
JM

Excellent black

Montblanc advises that their pens be used only with Montblanc ink for a reason. I have used this in my Mozart and it works beautifully. It might not be as saturated as Aurora Black but what's good for the Mozart is the single-most important criterion.

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