Pelikan 100N, produced from 1937 until
some time in the early 1950s, is larger
and more streamlined than the classic
Pelikan 100 and holds correspondingly
more ink. Early models have the same
hard rubber charm; late models, with
their synthetic seals, make tough and
reliable little workhorses. There are
two capband styles for 100Ns, as the
photograph shows. We tend to have slightly
more pens of the two-capband style come
through the site. The pens described
below have correct parts for the years
listed unless otherwise noted. Nibs swaps
are usually possible, and more details
are available on request.
AB24: 1938 Pelikan 100N in green stripe. This is an extraordinarily clean early pen with celluloid barrel and cork filler. The nib is a 14 Karat double incised script fine to medium. A very fine user or an equally fine addition to a basic collection. $450.
PE3567: 1950 Pelikan 100N in light green pearl with fluted clip and cap band. This is a clean postwar pen with acrylic barrel and plastic seal. The nib is a 14 Karat double incised script oblique medium. A very fine user as well as a fine addition to any collection. $395.