Pelikan 100 in black. This is one
of the transitional 100s with mixed
hard rubber and celluloid parts and
the second generation acrylic barrel.
It is in very good condition with
some wear to the turning knob and
a very interesting broad stub 14
K 585 plain script nib that may be
100 in black. Always a favorite for
their elegant good looks, this is
a fine example. With mixed hard rubber
and celluloid correct to this era,
the double incised script 585 14
Karat nib is an EF. The binde is
shrunken about .05 mm and the inkwindow
is dark, but a superb pen with an
unusual but authentic clip.
flexible Arabic medium
window on this pen has darkened and
the hard rubber shows some fading.
However, the early incised script
14 K nib is a superbly flexible Arabic
medium. This is one to use and enjoy!
100 in black celluloid with a clear
olive green ink window. The
nib is a plain script 585 14 K medium
with better than average flexibility.
This is one to use and enjoy!
flex 14 K
pens seem to be hard to find, even
moreso than the grays. This is a
good clean example although the ink
window has ambered to a deep red,
not easily seen through. The nib
is a fine flexible 14 K. A superb
user or part of a basic early Pelikan
Pelikan 200 mechanical pencils to match
any of the above models. Add one and
make a set. Pencils range in price
from $75.00-125.00. Please
inquire for price and specific
materials and markings.
All pens have correct parts for
the year indicated unless otherwise
Pens from 1932-1937 will have hard
rubber caps, captops and mechanisms,
as well as the old style logo on
Pens from 1938-1944 will be in
celluloid, with the new style captop