Referred to as the student model, a lightweight when compared with the better known and far more costly models of Montblanc fountain pens.
Circa 1970 The Monte Rosa was produced as a good quality two-fold model, being reasonably priced as suitable for a general everyday pen whilst also having been produced as a moderately priced pen to encourage the youthful students to take pride in their handwriting and become more accustomed to using a quality fountain pen.
The Mont Blanc flared wing design 14 carat gold, as unused, nib has a medium broad point.
Ink filling being by the standard piston pump Montblanc system.
The chrome plated pocket clip has the Montblanc circular six pointed star emblem at the top, with a chrome plated trim band at the mouth of the brushed matt finish stainless steel cap, the trim band is engraved accordingly, Montblanc Monte Rosa.