PE-64: Pelikan 100N Milano Germania

Pelikan 100N (Milano) (c 1948-60) PIF. Cap, section and piston knob: Black celluloid. Cap top: hard rubber inscribed "GERMANIA". Marbilized integrated grey/black barrel "binde". Logo: two chick logo. Fully restored with excellent function. Nib: Unique rare diamond inscribed Pelikan. 585 14 C. fine with elongated tines and exceptional "ultra" flex characteristic of Italian made nibs. Fully restored with excellent function. Measures: 4-13/16" (122 mm) capped. Condition: Extra fine. This relatively rare Italian manufactured pen is highly collectible.


PE-73: Pelikan 520N Milano. Rolled Gold Overlay

Pelikan 520N (c 1950-56) Piston Filler. Rolled Gold Cap and barrel overlay. Alternating linear wave pattern. Cap band inscribed "LAM" indicating Italian laminate (Laminato). A few superficial small dents in cap and barrel. . Logo: two chick logo. Fully restored with excellent function. Nib: Pelikan Gold 585 14 Ct KEF. Fine with good responsive semiflex. Measures: 5-1/16" capped. Condition: This model was only produced for only one short year, 1956, according to Dittmer and Lehmann Pelikan Writing Instruments . It is far rarer than even the 520NN which was produced for several years. It is in extra fine condition and very collectible.


PE-75: Pelikan 400 Green/Green

This relatively rare pen is known as a 400 Green/Green was manufactured from 1954-56. The Green/Green celluloid was also produced in the 400NN model and at least one example of a 400N green/green is known to exist. All parts of the green/green pen, including the cap, section and piston knob are composed of this distinctive bluish tinted green celluloid.

PE-55: Pelikan 110 White Gold

Pelikan 110 White Gold double wave pattern (c 1932). Piston Filler. Fully restored. Nib: Pelikan fine with semi flex. Marked "14 Karat 0" Measures: 4-5/8 (120 mm) Condition Near Mint. Rare, Collectible

PE-62: Pelikan 100 N Milano (Brown marble/tortoise)

Pelikan Milano 100N (c 1940-47). Piston Filler. Black celluloid cap with brown marbleized integrated binde. Clear amber window. Pre-1947 step down section. Gold filled trim. Marked "Pelikan Patent" above clip band. Fully restored with excellent function. Nib: Very rare Pelikan 585 unique rhomboid insert noted only in Pelikan Milano pens. It is fine with very good responsive flex. Measures: 4-7/8" (124 mm). Condition and Comment: Excellent near mint example of a very rare Italian manufactured Pelikan pen with a brown marbleized tortoise binde. The pen exhibits several major differences from German made 100N pen. The tortoise celluloid "sleeve" shows no step at the ink window. In fact, its not a sleeve, instead, the barrel is made from two pieces, one solid transparent part and one solid tortoise celluloid part. This is a rare and historically interesting pen is highly collectible.

PE-50: Pelikan 100N Milano (Germania)

Pelika 100N Milano (c1940) PIF Pen: Cap and turning knob BHR, Barrel integrated green marblized celluloid, clear green window. Gold filled trim. Nib: .... Measures: 4- 7/8" (124mm). Condition: near mint. Excellent example of a Pelikan Milano with GERMANIA cap inscription. manifold nib. Collectible.

PE-63: Pelikan 400 grey striated, set, early

Pelikan 400 Pen pencil set. . (c1954-56). Piston Filler. Black celluloid, cap and barrel. Measures: Condition: Near Mint. Collectible

PE-49: Pelikan 100 N Milano Pen Pencil Set

Pelikan 100 N Milano (c 1950). Barrel with Integrated gray marbleized binde material. Cap marked "Milano". Nib: Fine, semi flex, "Pelikan 585 14 kt. Measures: 4-13/16" (123 mm) capped. Condition: Extra fine. Pencil: with matching binde, push button function, excellent function. This relatively rare pen and pencil set is highly collectible. It was produced in Milan, Italy shortly after the end of WW II. Pelikan transfered all hard rubber production to Italy when the Company adopted injection molding technology.

PE-48: Pelikan 100 N/400 striated binde Prototype

Pelikan 100N. c1954. PIF. Red cap (acrylic?) with double gold filled band. Celluloid barrel has a perfectly clear green window and striking irregular 400 type striped. Nib: Medium, with semi flex. Markings are typical of the early Pelikan 1950 nib. Measures: 4-15/16 "(124 mm) capped. Condition: Near mint with no signs of use. Price: $2,000. This unique 100N/400 prototype/ transition model utilizes a 400 nib style striped binde and is relatively rare. Measures: 4-7/8" (123 mm) capped. Condition: Near Mint. This relatively uncommon pen in this condition is highly collectible.

ES-32: Esterbrook Visumaster

Esterbrook Visumaster (c 1941) . Lever filler. Cap and barrel composed of brilliant marbled green plastic. Metal cap jewel engraved "Esterbrook". Fully restored. Barrel 5/16" wide clear window. Nib: Starburst no 3550. Measures: 5-0" capped. Condition: Near mint This relatively rare pen is highly collectible. (see ES-13)

PE-45: Pelikan 400N

Pelikan 400N (1955-56) PIF. Black celluloid cap. GFT clip and single cap band. inscribed "400+Pelikan". Barrel: Grey striped celluloid (early). Nib: "Pelikan C 585 slight left oblique, med-broad with semiflex. Fully restored with excellent function. Measures: Total length = 128 mm capped. Cap length: 60 mm. Condition: near mint. The 400N was manufactured for just 11 months in 1956, the 400N is the least common of the early 400 series. It is relatively rare and collectible. For Comparison see: Top 400NN, Mid 400N and bottom 400.

PE-44: Pelikan 100 Demonstrator

Pelikan 100 Demonstrator. PIF. Produced by Rick Propas. Early BHR cap with two pairs of vent holes and early 4 chick logo. Removable green marbled binde over clear light green barrel. Excellent function. New cork. Nib: Pelikan 14 karat. fine-medium with semiflex. Measures; 4-13/16" capped. Condition: Extra fine.

PE-43: Pelikan 100N (Gold, Solid)

Pelikan 100N (c 1938). PIF. Cap and Barrel gold overlay/binde, Excellent engraved fine guilochee pattern. Pelikan "585 14ct" hallmarks on cap and barrel. Engraved "19-38", initials "HAYL". A few superficial small (< 1 mm) dents are present on the cap and binde. Excellent function. New cork. Clear amber barrel window. Sharp outstanding logo, early 4 chick, Nib: Pelikan 14 karat. fine-medium with semiflex. Measures; 4-13/16" capped. Condition: Extra fine. This pen is probably one that was released in celebration of Pelikan's 100th anniversary (1938), The principal design variations of the model 100 were used. It is an excellent example of an early 585 (solid) gold pen suitable for daily use or a collection.

PE-37: Pelikan 400 (green/green)

Pelikan 400 Green/green (c 1952) PIF. Extremely rare. Prototype. Cap, section and piston turning knob blue tinted green celluloid. Barrel: linear striated celluloid. Gold filled trim. Cap top logo: superficial small burr. Perfect piston fill function. Steel inner cap sleeve. threaded piston knob, Nib: Screw in "Pelikan 585 14 kt" , fine, with semiflex responsive flex. Measures 5-0"(126 mm) capped. Condition: Near mint. This early 400 series pen with a green tinted celluloid section and piston turning nob is very rare, possibly the rarest of the 400s. Note: similar color pattern has been reported in 400N and 400NN versions.

PE-35: Pelikan 100N (Milano)

Pelikan 100N Milano (c1938) PF. Made in the Milan Italian factory. Cap: Black Celluloid. One piece Integrated barrel binde is distinctive. There is no separate sleeve. Perfectly clear green celluloid window. Gold filled trim. Perfect filling function. Completely restored. Nib: Extra fine (EF on piston turning knob) with unique elongated tines and excellent flexibility (3/4+) and very smooth and has been described as having an "Italian feel". Measures: 4-7/8" capped. Condition: Near mint.

ES-39: Esterbrook J Prototype Shop Model

Esterbrook J Shop model. End jewel barrel is unique geometric round pyramidal. Prototype. LF. Excellent funtion. Nib: Esterbrook no.2314 ( fine-firm). Excellent writer. Measures: 5-7/16 capped. Condition: Near Mint. Collectible .

ES-15: Esterbrook Relief Eyedropper

Esterbrook Eyedropper.BHR. Nib: 14 kt. max flex. Gold. Measures: 5.5" capped. Condition: nrM. This very rare, perhaps one of a kind, eyedropper pen was probably manufactured in England circa 1916.

ES-13: Esterbrook Visumaster

Esterbrook Visumaster (c 1941) LF. Cap and Barrel, vibrant mottled burgundy plastic. Distinctive metal cap top. Nib: 2284. Measures: 4 7/8". Condition: NrM. Rare and Collectible. (also see ES-32) . The Visumaster production preceded Esterbrook's J-Series (produced in 1948) and has been referred to as the first of the J-Series pen or a prototype. It appeared in the 1941 catalog and was short-lived These pens are characterized by the unique alternating thin and wide strips of marbled plastic and the clear visulated 5/16" wide section. The visumaster is of high quality and superior to the J series. Also see ES-32