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Can Someone Identify This Pelikan?

pelikan steel nib cartridge

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#1 johnsi02



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Posted 28 June 2013 - 05:41

I recently won a lot of two Pelikan fountain pens on ebay. One was supposed to be an M200, turned out to be an M150. The other is a mystery to me. I tried ruettinger-web.de, but couldn't find it listed. Here are a few pictures as well as some general notes.

It is a cartridge filler. The cap screws on. The nib is steel, and has the Pelikan imprint, but not size marking that I can find. Body appears to be metal. Feed is marked with a 9 on the bottom side. The other pen is the M150 for size reference.


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Posted 28 June 2013 - 15:44

It is called the Pharaoh. Never saw one up close or personally, just photos. I know nothing more about it, sorry.

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Posted 28 June 2013 - 21:11

There's a review of it here:




It really looks nothing like a Pelikan. It does remind me of a Pharaoh's head dress indeed.

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Posted 29 June 2013 - 00:34

Thanks FPFan, that's it all right.
It is an unusual looking pen for Pelikan. It writes quite nicely though, so that fits it right into the norm for Pelikan. Not sure I really care for the design, I general keep my edc in a shirt pocket, but the strangely shaped cap makes that very difficult.
Anyway, mystery solved. FPN FTW.

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