Posted 18 February 2014 - 02:39
Most of the major Italian pen companies produce modern celluloid pens, but I don't think any retail for $350 or probably less than $500.
OMAS has made celluloid versions of the Arte Italiana pens (the Paragon and Milord), the 360, Ogiva and Bologna. OMAS is probably the largest maker of modern celluloid pens.
Stipula has made celluloid versions of the Etruria. Visconti made the celluloid Wall Street and celluloid versions of the Opera and Divina models. Montgerappa made celluloid versions of the Miya, Extra and Emblema.
Some of these pens can be found second hand in your price range, sometimes less.
Pelikan Souveran pens are technically not the same celluloid. They are made from cellulose acetate rather than cellulose nitrate.
Edited by Florida Blue, 18 February 2014 - 02:48.
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