Pelikan 100N, Germany, c. 1940, green pearl barrel sleeve, on the cap top knob strong imprints Pelikan, green ink window, original Pelikan CN nib (for Chromium Nickel), medium point, rare ridge clip and band, the piston moves smoothly but for use will need a seal change. Very nice condition in a hard to find vintage model #3015 $USD 250

Pelikan 400NN, Germany, c. 1955, black cap and classic green striated barrel, gold filled clip and band, the green stripe barrel incorporates alternate green and translucent stripes through which the ink reservoir and movement of the ink filling piston can be seen, piston fill, original Pelikan 14 Kt nib, rare smooth BB size. A hairline near the cap ban, same quality celluloid binder (barrel band) and the same nib and feed than the 400, unfrequent BB nib. #495 $USD 250

Scarce Pelikan 300, Germany, produced between 1953 and 1957, only for export, it has the shape of the 140 but the size of the 400, engraved on the cap band Pelikan 300 and in the binder near the knob Gunther Wagner Germany Pelikan 300, green stripe barrel and black cap and knob, original Pelikan 14 kt nib OF size (fine oblique). A short hairline on the cap near the band, so common in old Pelikan due to the differential shrink of the external celluloid and the inner cap. Scarce model in good working condition #2212 $USD 280

Rappen Export, Germany, c. 1949, piston filler version, black celluloid, green ink window, the circumferential inscription along the cap top reads “RAPPEN GERMANY RAPPEN GERMANY.” In small print at the rear of the barrel, the word Export, Pelikan 585 14 karat nib, extra fine point. The ink window is a bit cloudy, the piston is working but it does not completely fill the reservoir. Good condition, just needs a change of the seal. In the photo the ad published in Argentina (just as illustration) #1555 $USD 130

Pelikan 200, Auch Pelikan mechanical pencil, Argentina, c. 1948, black, on the cap engraved Pelikan Industria Argentina, on the top the logo with two chicks, uses 1,18 mm leads, The Auch Pelikan mechanical pencil as a line extension of the Pelikan fountain pen, was introduced mid 1934. Contrary to the very popular propelling pencils of those times, the "Auch Pelikan"´s lead is kept in place by a pair of pincers and a clamp in such a waythat any movement of the lead while writing would be prevented. Rare, unused in original box and paperwork, #L438 $USD 150

Pelikan M600 Souverain, Germany, special edition blue demo, produced for a short time, discontinued gold plated clip and bands, two colour 14 Kt nib, medium point. Mint, box and certificate. #1730 $USD 370

Pelikan M200, Germany, special edition 2003, amber demo, traslucent, gold plated clip and bands, on the top of the cap old logo with two chicks, highly polished gold plated steel nib, fine point. Near mint, discontinued, scarce. #2961$USD 160

Pelikan M205, Germany, traslucent in blue, silver rodium plated clip and bands, highly polished steel nib, medium point. Mint, original card box #1533 $USD140

Pelikan R620, Germany, 2001, Berlin special edition, the first of the 12th of the cities serie ( 2001 to 2006). This model tributes the greenest metropolis in Europe with its green translucent marbled finished with gold plated accents. ON the widest cap band engraved Pelikan Souverän Germany.Near mint, no box #2892 $USD 290

Pelikan M400, Germany, c. 1980, discontinued, first serie of M400, striped green and black body, black cap, on the cap band engraved Pelikan W Germany, original Pelikan solid gold 14 Kt nib, medium point. Near mint #660 $USD 240

Pelikan M200 Souverain, Germany, blue cap and piston knob, black barrel, smoked ink window, gold plated clip and trims. same size as M400, piston fill, M point nib. Mint never inked #1526 $USD 160

Pelikan M215, sized the same as the familiar Pelikan M400 series, this model features a black barrel with striking palladium silver pinstripes. Handcrafted polished stainless steel nib, medium point (fine point also possible on demand). Pelikan's utterly reliable piston filling system. Transparent ink view section. Mint, never used, no box. #1945 $USD 160

Pelikan M200 & D200, Germany, c. 1990, fountain pen and pencil set, blue pearl and black, gold plated trims, old style with two cap bands, piston filler, nib fine point. Mechanical pencil push-button mechanism, 0.5 leads. Mint, unusual color #2916 the set $USD 225

Pelikan Epoch P363 granite and silver, tradition and innovation. Up-to-date aluminum barrel, innovatively lacquered with a high-quality leather look and a leathery structure that is pleasant to the touch. Solid gold 14 Kt, two colors, medium point. Cartridge-filling: when removing the barrel end, appears a slender tray that accepts the long cartridge. Screwing the barrel end back on fits the cartridge into the section and pierces the cartridge end. Pelikan Epoch fountain pens are supplied with a "long international" style cartridge. Standard international-size cartridges can also be used with a second cartridge acting as a spare. Mint #1616 $USD 150
Pelikan New Classic, Germany, c. 1990, deep red lacque, gold plated trims, Pelikan logo with two chicks on cap top, cartridge filling, medium nib. Length capped  139 mm, weight 25.6 g. Mint no box. #676 $USD 130

Pelikan M100 Tradition, 1983, Germany, white with black clip and trims, imprint on the cap lip Pelikan W Germany, piston fill, black F Pelikan nib. This model was manufactured for less than a year! Mint, rare NOS, flawless, original carton box. #1449 $USD 120

Pelikano P460-A Germany, 1960s, black and satin steel, chrome plated clip, engraved Pelikano and mark logo, ergonomic non slip grip, blue ink window, catridge filler. Mint with sticker in original box and papers, never used. #2031  $USD 25