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Website With Pictures And Informations About Pelikan Piston Fillers



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Dear collector community!


Even though my todo list is far from empty, I want to present you my collectibles page, the site has over 2,000 photos and describes nearly 500 Pelikan piston fillers are now be considered.




I have very nice Supporters with photos, a good exchange and good ideas!

Only through such assistance can I make corresponding information on cartridge fountain in future.


Particularly welcome is every constructive criticism.

Any error note (if spelling errors in content or in translation, wrong informations), forgotten pens or whatever is welcome!

I´m happy if you would contribute photos, ideas eg about technical improvements, self-written articles or or or...


Each supplement whether lack of a fountain pen or your own photos, ideas to technical improvement, self-written articles or or or ... can make this site more useful only.


Hope the site is useful for you and will be better in future.


I´m looking forward to your response!


Have a nice weekend!

Dominic

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Congrats on getting your site launched Dominic!

PELIKAN - Too many birds in the flock to count. My pen chest has proven to be a most fertile breeding ground.

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THE PELIKAN'S PERCH - A growing reference site for all things Pelikan

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Great website Dominic!! Congratulation on such an informative and well build site.

 

All the best

Best regards
Vasco

http://i1330.photobucket.com/albums/w580/Vasco_Correia_Pisco/INGENIVM-PC/Avatar/simbolo-e-nomesmall2_zps47c0db08.jpg

Check out "Pena Lusa by Piscov". Pens added on a regular basis!

Link for Vintage Montblanc pens here

Link for Vintage Pelikan pens here

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Thanks for all the kind words!

 

I would be very pleased, if a native speaker can correct my translation in english! I´m sure there a lot of mistakes. And photos are welcome every time, I have no special requirements. Eg much M800 Limited Editions are missing.

 

Thanks!

Dominic

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Aetheric Continua

I'm so glad that I discovered your site :) It helped me to identify a 1950~1954 Pelikan tortoiseshell brown stripped 400 on ebay.

 

And it's chock full of useful information and pictures. Anyone else think this should be pinned to this subforum?

"I have nixed all Noodler's inks in large part because of their feel, but also their behavior, etc. When I put Iroshizuku or Sailor ink into my pens, it's like the ink, pen, and paper are having a 3-some with smooth 'n sultry 70's jazz playing in the background." ~ Betweenthelines

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Definitely! Dominics work deserves to be pinned as is IMHO now the most extensive and well designed site for Pelikan pens.

 

Best regards

Best regards
Vasco

http://i1330.photobucket.com/albums/w580/Vasco_Correia_Pisco/INGENIVM-PC/Avatar/simbolo-e-nomesmall2_zps47c0db08.jpg

Check out "Pena Lusa by Piscov". Pens added on a regular basis!

Link for Vintage Montblanc pens here

Link for Vintage Pelikan pens here

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Quite well done....got me wondering if my 100n is 'green' or jade.

 

A pen I never expected to own, much less only used enough to color the just the very bottom of the cork, and at somgi price. Mine ('38-40) has a superflex gold nib; Easy Full Flex, the lowest of the three superflex stages.

German vintage '50-70 semi-flex stubs and those in oblique give the real thing in On Demand line variation. Modern Oblique is a waste of money for a shadow of line variation. Being too lazy to Hunt for affordable vintage oblique pens, lets you 'hunt' for line variation instead of having it.

RIP...200's once great nib, now a double ball.:crybaby::wallbash:

 

The cheapest lessons are from those who learned expensive lessons. Ignorance is best for learning expensive lessons.

 

 

 

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Bo Bo Olson, there are no 100N in jade, you are probably mistaken in the pen model ( Only 100 can be jade) or you just have a normal green 100N pen.

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Vasco

http://i1330.photobucket.com/albums/w580/Vasco_Correia_Pisco/INGENIVM-PC/Avatar/simbolo-e-nomesmall2_zps47c0db08.jpg

Check out "Pena Lusa by Piscov". Pens added on a regular basis!

Link for Vintage Montblanc pens here

Link for Vintage Pelikan pens here

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