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M200 Italic Nib


Lamyrada

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Just for the sake of "Pelikan education":

I have this IM --that's how I ordered it-- nib that is only marked as "I". Is that the standard?

 

I wonder why it doesn't show an "M"

BTW: It's a wonderful writer!

Here is the nib:

 

http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i82/anangeli/PENS/PELIKANS/Pelikan%20Italic%20nib_zpsbmkrpvqc.jpg

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With the current M200 nib units, the italic is the only italic size, hence the "I". They don't make different sized italic nibs anymore. There are vintage Pelikan nib units with italic nibs of different sizes though.

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Oh, good!Thanks a lot.

It is A medium in writing, but grrrreat!

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The M200 had the Italic Medium but only marked it with an 'I,' last offered on the Cognac demo. The M800 had the Italic Broad with an 'IB.' Those are the only two italic variants factory produced in recent times so I don't believe Pelikan felt a need to distinguish beyond the 'I.'

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