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1950 - 1956 Tortoise 400s
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The Pelikan 400 is perhaps the most lovely of the 1950s era pens. The tortoise barrel bands are no two alike and range from light to dark with various brown and red highlights. They are always popular and often hard to keep in stock. When you see them listed, jump! But always inquire.

PE3824: 1950 Pelikan 400 in tortoise. An early pen with the turning knob marked F. The plain script 14 K nib is also a Fine that flexes to Broad with moderate to firm pressure. $305

PE3825: 1950 Pelikan 400 in tortoise. An early pen with the turning knob marked M. The double incised script 14 K nib is also a Medium that flexes to BB with moderate to firm pressure. $305.

PE3826: 1952 Pelikan 400 in tortoise. An early pen. The logo style14 K nib is an EF that flexes to Medium with moderate to firm pressure. $305.

PE3827: 1950 Pelikan 400 in tortoise. An early pen with the turning knob marked EF. The double incised script 14 K nib is also an EF that flexes to BB with moderate pressure. $305.

As always we have a wide range of nibs to suit every hand. Just ask.

We also have pencils and ballpoints to match and can offer two and three piece sets in an etui case or not.

 
     
 
Year: 1950 - 1956   Condition: Excellent
Cap: brown   Body: Tortoise celluloid
Nib: varies   Price: See Above
Length: 5"   Flaws: None
 
     
 
 


 
 
 
 
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