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My New Fountain Pen---Pelikan M400


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I bought a new fountain pen last week.It's Pelikan M400(medium nib).It is different from "normal" M400 in that it has a different nib.It's 18ct gold and it has a different pattern(four-lines pattern,it just like a mustache).And I don't know how to call it in English.And it has a "PF" stamp.I hear that It has different writing characteristics with ''EN'' stamp and no stamp nibs.

I have 3 Pelikan fountain pen.there are M400 M800 and 400nn.M400 is more soft than M800 and more hard than 400nn.I really like this felling.

Here is some photo. ;)



And the nib's photo.




My three Pelikans.The lift one is M400.Right one is 400nn.Medium one is M800.All of there are medium nib.




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Could be an old standard sized model 600....is the same size as 400, but with 18K nib and piston knob rings....don't know how many bands an old 600 has.

A modern medium large 600 has two.

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Nice pen. The nib looks like one from an older M600 circa the 1990s. These are usually nice writers. Definitely a worthy upgrade for the M400.

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