Information on the history of Pelikan and on the latest Pelikan products are available from the official Pelikan website.
For those who do not have the Pelikan bible, Pelikan Schreibgeräte, Martin Lehmann's website provides good reliable information:
Werner Rüttinger's site provides an illustrated timeline of vintage Pelikan models as well as vintage nib charts and other information.
Those of you brave enough to attempt Pelikan repairs may find a basic guide to the topic, written by Martin Lehmann and Tom Westerich, to be of use.
The Pelikan's Perch, by Joshua Danley has emerged recently as a treasure trove of accurate information on all things Pelikan. I regard it as essential
Another useful site is Appleboom.
My favorite online source for information on all things Parker.
parker51.com features bushels of information on this iconic Parker model.
Plenty of information about the Parker 75 may be found at parker75.com.
There's no shortage of information, opinion, or Vacs at Vacumania.
InkPen is Joel Hamilton and Sherrell Tyree's fine site, a great source for vintage Parkers and modern Pelikans.
Indy-Pen-Dance is the website of nibmeister Linda Kennedy and master repair person Mike Kennedy. I recommend them most highly
Nibmeister John Mottishaw's site may be found at nibs.com.
Nib guru Richard Binder keeps his site chock-full of informative articles and essays, glossaries, timelines, and pens for sale.
An array of spectacular pens for sale, and a healthy dose of solid and useful pen info is always on hand at David Nishimura'svintagepens.com.
Pen Hero is a great source for all the pen-related links you can handle.
PENguin friend and pen-maker extraordinare Bruno Corsini now boasts a web presence!
Greg Minuskin offers retipping services and a variety of excellent vintage pens, often with special retipped nibs.
No list of resources can ever be complete. If you think there is somewhere or someone we are missing, feel free to e-mail us.