Pelikan Limited Edition Herzstuck 1929, nib width M Fountain pen
The Herzstuck* 1929 pays tribute to the original from the 1920s: The transparent window, the curved Pelikan beak-like clip, the cap with the historic Pelikan logo, and the form and detail of the grip are reminiscent of the revolutionary Pelikan fountain pen.
The highlight of the Commemorative device is the large viewing window that spans the length of the barrel of the pen. Its a fascinating design that not only offers a view of the level of ink as was the case initially with the historic Pelikan fountain pen but also of the piston itself. Thus, as the ink is drawn into the pen, its possible to see the way the piston mechanism works. The piston is gold-plated and marked with the historic patent number.
Kept entirely in black and gold, the pen appears particularly exclusive. And the same can be said of its materials: Gilded brass and the 18-carat-gold nib ensure that the Herzstuck 1929 shines. The black high-grade resin the so-called platinum of plastics is polished with natural diamonds and exerts a self-polishing effect with use. Extreme gloss and the utmost surface hardness characterize the material. The classic Pelikan beak-like clip has become Pelikans signature feature. One particular highlight of the commemorative pen is the curved beak clip with its delicate embellishments. The cap head made of gilded brass bears the historic Pelikan logo, with the original four chicks in the nest. The lower rim is adorned with Pelikan Herzstuck 1929.
The limited edition is based on the historic patent number, for which the last three figures were 462.
The high quality black presentation box boasts a special trick: When its opened, the platform is eleva ted by two bands that form part of a special lifting process. The exquisite Herzstuck 1929 is thus presen- ted from the very best angle. Along with it is a flask of Royal Blue Pelikan Ink 4001
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