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  1. EdwardSouthgate

    New Flock To Arrive Soon ,,,,,,i Hope !

    Latest burds winging my way . Green stripe , not sure if its 400N or an NN . Seller says an OB nib , box end says M but some one has written F beside the M . Is it an N or NN ? Cost me $99.99 and shipping . Eddie
  2. I have recently inherited two Pelikan pens, a 100N in tortoiseshell, and a 100N in grey marble, whose restoration process I would like to share with you. These pens originally belonged to my grandfathers, hadn’t been used for many years, and were suffering from several problems, which a number of specialized repairers that I contacted in Europe – namely in Portugal, Spain, England and Germany – were unable to solve. Then I was lucky enough to learn about the work of Mr. Francis Goossens, also known as ‘Fountainbel’, who is a retired mechanical engineer from Belgium who nowadays dedicates to d
  3. rustynib

    Pelikan 100N In Numbers

    Hi Pelikan experts, Please help - what are/mean the numbers in my gray 100N (the 2599) ? Thanks, rusty
  4. stephanos

    Pelikan 100N: Repair Questions

    Many months ago, I bought two old Pelikan pens quite cheaply (they were worth it for the OB and Fine 14k nibs alone). Each pen is slightly different, but they seem to be variations on the 100N produced in the late 1940s or early 1950s (based on the nib, piston, and posts on FPN such as this one). These pens are pretty, and I'd like to be able to write with them. But I'm not prepared to invest a large amount of money in order to do so: the value to me is at least as much in the learning effect of trying to get them working again myself. So, with that in mind, I have some questions, and would be
  5. pmn

    Latest 100N

    Hi all, Recently, browsing through the fleamarket, I found a box of pens that had belonged to someone's granny. In the middle of various less intresting stuff there was this litle gem, a late striped binde 100N! It was bit dificult to pick it up for so litle money not showing a racing heart and trembling hands, but the pen now lays in my desk. Besides the striped binde and late nib there is also na interesting inscription arround the cap top: "Gunther Wagner Pelikan 100N" Man, sometimes one gets to be sooo lucky!
  6. I recently got this wonderful Pelikan 100N but the nib feels like writing with sandpaper or a piece of metal--which it is... I'm wondering it it just needs to be smoothed and if so, how? I don't have any tools or kit, and have no idea how to do it myself. I'm willing to try it if it's easy and not risky to do. Or could it be that the nib has oxidized? I don't see a lot of black on it but it's not shiny either. If anyone could give me some pointers, I'd be very grateful. It's currently inked so you might be seeing ink in this picture too...





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