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1932-1944 Green Pelikan 100s
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PE2768: 1932 Pelikan 100 in green. This pen is as close to perfect as I have ever seen. It is a late 1932 with the straight section, single vented cap and a light clear yellow ink window. The hard rubber is clean, shiny with excellent color. The binde shows only the most minor discoloration. They don’t get better than this. The cone for the turning knob is marked M and the nib is a 14 Karat medium with more flexibility than average. At $475.00 it’s not cheap, but it is worth every penny. SOLD
 
 
 
 
Number Year Nib Comments Price
PE2840 1939 medium plain script 1939 Pelikan 100 in green stripe with black celluloid cap and turning knob. The binde is a rich, dark green with lovely highlights. The ink window is dark, but still translucent, with a medium plain script nib with just a hint of flex. SOLD $350
PE2841 1939 medium plain script 1939 Pelikan 100 in green stripe with black celluloid cap and turning knob. The ink window is light and clear. The nib is medium plain script, a wear oblique with good flex. A wonderful user. 375
PE2700 1938 14 K OB 1938 Pelikan 100 in green marbled. This pen has great good looks with a deep green binde and strong black hard rubber parts. And it’s a superb writer with a double incised script 585 14 Karat OB nib. What more can you ask for? It’s not perfect, however, the threads engage on just a short lead and the ink window is a bit dark. SOLD $395
PE2689 1938 oblique medium 14 Karat 585 with double incised script 1938 Pelikan 100 in green striated. This is a super clean later pen with mixed hard rubber and celluloid construction. The pen is clean and original and can either form part of an emerging collection or serve happily as a daily user. Or both. The nib is a sweet oblique medium 14 Karat 585 with double incised script. SOLD $395
PE2691 1939 double incised script 14 Karat 585 EF nib 1939 Pelikan 100 in green striated. This is one of several “not a beauty queen” offerings. The inkwindow is stained on this one, but it has a really lovely double incised script 14 Karat 585 EF nib with superb flex. A wonderful user at a great price. SOLD $325
PE2694 1940 wartime CN nib, a fine with a lot of flex 1940 Pelikan 100 in green striated. This is one of several “not a beauty queen” offerings. The inkwindow is clear on this one but the section has some paint loss. This has a Pelikan wartime CN nib, a fine with a lot of flex. A fine user at a great price. SOLD $250
PE2296 1938 24 K 585 medium plain script 1938 Pelikan 100 in green with a medium yellow ink window and celluloid cap and mechanism. The nib is a moderately flexible plain script 585 24 Karat medium. In excellent condition. SOLD $375
PE2136 1943 palladium M 1943 Pelikan 100 with green binde, acrylic barrel. This is a late wartime model with the incised capbands. This pen came to me with a rather uncommon palladium nib, a rigid medium. These nibs were made for just one year, in 1938. It can be changed to a "correct" CN nib. Don't be misled by the fact that we have several of these, they are pretty uncommon. SOLD $375
 
     
 

We have 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.

Notes:

  • All pens have correct parts for the year indicated unless otherwise noted.
  • Pens from 1932-1937 will have hard rubber caps, captops and mechanisms, as well as the old style logo on the captop.
  • Pens from 1938-1944 will be in celluloid, with the new style captop logo.
  • Transitional pens will be described more fully.
  • All nibs are 14K unless indicated.
  • Each nib is correct to the year of the pen.
  • Nib swaps are possible.
  • Feel free to e-mail for futher detail.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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