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Apart from the most common Pelikan 100s there were the red, blue and yellow or gelb models. Most were sold outside conservative Germany, where they were not popular. I have found gelb binder shaved down under metal overlays. Presumably because they were seen as disposable. This is a fine, late example of a pen that is essential to any emerging Pelikan collection. (PE4324)
|Make:||Pelikan||Material:||Chrome Nickel||Description:||gold plated CN|
|Grade:||unmarked EF||Flexibility:||EF to BB|