Founded in 1856 in Offenbach, Germany, a suburb of Frankfurt considered to be the "leather capital of Germany" since the mid-1800s and has been the head office to other coveted German brands such as Seeger and Mädler . Seeger was merged into Montblanc and the companies were both part of the same company for several years.
The last of "the big four" premium leather goods producers in Germany, Montblanc was founded in 1906. Although Montblanc's headquarters are located in Hamburg, their leather goods factory was located in Offenbach until late 2009 when production was moved to Hamburg and Florence, Italy. A group of former Montblanc and Seeger executives and craftworkers maintains production through a spinoff of Seeger.
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Offenbach am Main