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Hello,

 

Can anyone help in identifying the following pens?

 

http://i58.tinypic.com/20kvcl3.jpg

 

http://i57.tinypic.com/261hjyp.jpg

 

http://i57.tinypic.com/j67joo.jpg

 

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Hello,

 

The first two nothing, the third says iridium point

 

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I believe I have the plain black twin of the bottom one. Gold coloured clip and nib, black feed, and "Germany" moulded into the end of the barrel, international standard c/c. I must have bought it in London some time in the late 80s, I think; it was for school, so would have been cheap, but to its credit it still works. Don't know if that might help jog someone else's memory.

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Hello,

 

Yes it's a int c/c and "Germany" is moulded at the end of the barrel.

 

What I have found while checking one of my pelikans is this:

 

http://i59.tinypic.com/eja92q.jpg

 

http://i57.tinypic.com/2jg19c6.jpg

 

http://i62.tinypic.com/2r45tsz.jpg

 

The nib for this pelikan is identical to the first two pens, and the feed is identical to all the three.

 

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The clear orange pen at the bottom of the picture looks a lot like my Reform Breman. Mine has a gold circle at the end of the cap and two mostly worn off gold rings around the cap opening. The nib on mine says "Reform Germany M." The pen bodies are identical.

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