My flock of Pelikan 100 families tells us how Pelikan painstakingly elected to change material and style, and later was forced to do so in war time.
1929 ebonite cap with "Pelikan PATENT" logo, 2 cap holes, heart hole nib, bakelite section and barrel, ebonite knob
1930 2 cap rings in line with the introduction of 111, narrow clip, 4 cap holes, round hole nib
1931 conical cap top, short nib socket, celluloid barrel and ebonite section, diagonal frontal seal of section
1933 2 cap holes, conical frontal seal of section, more curved grip section, reinforced barrel with metal ring
1935 in-house nib inscribed with Pelikan 585 14Karat
1938 celluloid cap without holes, new cap top logo with 2 chicks, Pd nib
1940? celluloid cap with "Pelikan Günter Wagner" logo, acrylic section, barrel and knob
1942 cap without ring, CN nib
Edited by tacitus, 23 August 2020 - 13:29.