PE3417:1932 Pelikan 100 in green. This is a very clean early pen. It is a late 1932 with the straight section, single vented cap and a clear dark yellow ink window. The hard rubber is clean and shiny with excellent color. The binde is clean and the captop imprints are clearly legible. The nib is a 14 Karat medium oblique with good flexibility. $475.00. This one will work as either a solid user or as part of a collection.
An early pen from 1931 with a straight section, double vented cap and an unusual deep green binde, The nib is a K (ballpointed medium) with good flex. I do have other options in nibs appropriate to that vintage pen. This pen is expensive at $695, but worth it, I think.
This pen is from around 1937. The binde is green marbled, the nib is a fine with good flex. This pen can go into a collection or work well as a user. The cost is $425
This pen, originally from 1935, has a replaced barrel. The modern acrylic replica is very durable and looks very much like the real thing. For this reason this pen would make a great everyday user if that is what you are interested in. The binde is green striated, the nib a semi-flex fine, but, again that can be swapped out. The price on this is $395.
Note that we have Pelikan 200 pencils available to match these pens at a clearance price of just $100. Please
All pens have correct
parts for the year indicated unless
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.