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    Question Please help me identify this beauty

    I saw a writing sample on Pinterest and my eye was immediately drawn to the pen laying beside the handwriting. Anyone know the make and model of it from the picture? Iíve tried image searching it, contacting the poster, and just about anything else I can, you guys are awesomely knowledgeable at least one of you would know. It looks so chic and pretty.

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    Default Re: Please help me identify this beauty

    Well I can start with the fact that it's definitely a Pelikan pen with a nice nib. To identify the model I would probably need length and girth measurements.

    It looks so pretty because the writer writes beautiful cursive handwriting.
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    Default Re: Please help me identify this beauty

    Could it be the Souveran m1000? I like a big pen, so even if it was the smaller version maybe the m1000 would be best bet

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    Default Re: Please help me identify this beauty

    I don't think so from the position of the pen on the page. Assuming the pad is A4 sized, I believe it looks smaller than a M1000 which is a much larger pen than this one.
    Pelikan M1000 is as big as a Montblanc 149
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    Default Re: Please help me identify this beauty

    Quote Originally Posted by Chrissy View Post
    I don't think so from the position of the pen on the page. Assuming the pad is A4 sized, I believe it looks smaller than a M1000 which is a much larger pen than this one.
    Pelikan M1000 is as big as a Montblanc 149
    Pelikan 250 or 400

    Earlier double ring on cap


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    Default Re: Please help me identify this beauty

    I have an M600 that, when laid down on a pad with lines spaced as in the photo, it covers exactly the same number of lines. Iím guessing itís an M600.

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    Default Re: Please help me identify this beauty

    It should say say on the cap band what model Pelikan it is. My bet is M600 due to the two bands on the cap and piston nob.

    edit: image from nibs.com:

    Edit 2: I just realized that you are not the owner of said pen. While it is likely the M600, that black model Pelikan is found in every size Pelikan makes.
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