In the 1930s the 100 series were remodelled and the letter N (for "new") was added. During WWII gold was hard to obtain and nibs of chromium/nickel-plated steel were produced, so-called CN nibs. In the 1950s the clip got redesigned in the shape of a pelican beak. After Wagners retirement his son-in-law and successor Fritz Beindorff led the company to become one of the worlds leading makers of fountain pens.
In the 1970s Pelikan Schoolpens, together with those of Geha were the most popular pens in Germany. Cap top imprint: Pelikan emblem. Nib imprint: Pelikan 14C 585. Nib material: 14 karat gold.
Size capped: approximately 4.6 -Country of manufacture: Germany -Technical condition: the piston-filling mechanism is in working order. Optical condition: shows some traces of wear. The ink window is stained. Comes with a Rohrer & Klingner "Leipsician Black" ink sample. Also included: metal Pelikan box and papers.
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Thank you most kindly for your interest and please feel free to browse our store at your leisure or check out our auctions for more unusual vintage fountain pens and other collectible writing instruments. The item "Vintage Pelikan 100N Fountain Pen-Pearl Grey/Green Marbled-14K Nib-Germany" is in sale since Thursday, June 6, 2019.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Fountain Pens\Pelikan". The seller is "yesteryears-fountain-pens" and is located in Germany.This item can be shipped worldwide.