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Pelikan Schreibgerate

Pelikan 1929-2004

By Jurgen Dittmer Martin Lehmann

ISBN non

Publisher: A.H.F. Dunkmann Gmbh & Co. KG

Publishing Year: 2004

1St Edition

1St Print

Language: German-English

Book Format: Hard Cover

Book Dimensions: 24.3X30.5 cm

188 Pages



“This book has been written for the international collectors and friends of Pelikan writing instruments.
It offers a complete survey of the pens made by Pelikan from 1929 to 2004 and, in doing so, reviews the production of one of the most important pen makers of Germany.
In addition to giving a thorough overview of the company’s history, the book describes in full the fountain pens, ballpoint pens, mechanical pencils and rollerballs introduced by Pelikan since 1929. For the first time, every single limited edition produced to date is illustrated and described. The authors, Martin Lehmann and Jurgen Dittmer, have completely revised their work, which was first published in 1997. many new important facts have been included. The photography has been completely redone, this was only made possible thanks to the help of well known international Pelikan pen collectors and, in particular, to the access the authors were given to the Pelikan archives.”



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