The barley pattern overlay has the imprint hallmark for Birmingham 1955, implying that the sterling silver overlay would have been additionally applied to the original circa 1924 model.
The design of this clipless black vulcanite Montblanc pen closely resembles the 1910 to 1925 size 6 model, further comfirming indications being that the Montblanc 14 carat solid gold nib does not have the Montblanc star emblem or the digits 4810 engraved on it.
Only after 1932 the digits 4810 became engraved on the pen nibs.
The serrated edge of the dome shaped cap top with the white snow cap star emblem conforms with the design of the early 1910 to 1925 models.
On the cartouche at the centre of the pens barrel section, a persons name is engraved.
A piston inside the pens barrel operates the ink filling system, a new replacement filling seal has been fitted, replacing the original cork seal.
A scarce fountain pen to acquire for the keen collector of early Montblanc models.