Vintage and Classic Fountain Pens - Hepworth Dixon

Hepworth Dixon

Pelikan

Vintage Pelikan 100 N Set
 
Pelikan started in 1832 when chemist Carl Hornemann founded his own colour and ink factory in Hanover Germany. GŁnther Wagner, chemist and plant manager, took over the company in 1871 and registered his family emblem, which showed a Pelikan, as the company's logo in 1878.

In 1929, the Pelikan fountain pen was born. It was well known for its trademark green shaft, technically innovative ink flow and transparent ink window. The differential piston mechanism was a true revolution of its time and is still used in most Pelikan models. Today, Pelikan pens and pencils are considered by many to be the finest available.

 
Pelikan Fountain Pens Currently Available .............

Pelikan 400 Vintage Fountain Pen, Green Striated Barrel. 14C kugel Fine Nib. Germany c.1950/54.

Pelikan 400 NN Vintage Fountain Pen in Green Striated Resin with Gold Trim. 14C Broad Nib. Germany c.1957.

Pelikan 400 NN Vintage Fountain Pen. Tortoiseshell Striated Barrel with Brown Cap and Gold Trim. 14 C Gold Broad Nib. c.1957.

Pelikan 400 Vintage Fountain Pen. Tortoiseshell Striated Barrel with Brown Cap. G.F. Trim. Germany c.1954.

Pelikan 400 NN Piston Filling Vintage Fountain Pen. Green Striated Barrel with Black Cap and Gold Trim. 14 C Gold Fine Nib. c.1956.

Pelikan 400 Vintage Fountain Pen. Tortoiseshell Striated Barrel with Brown Cap. G.F. Trim. c.1951.

Pelikan 100 N Vintage Fountain Pen.Green Marbled Barrel with Black Cap. Germany 1937/1954.

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