The Pelikan M101N Lizard Fountain Pen design uses a model that dates back to 1937, while keeping the traditional shape of the Pelikan fountain pens, The manufacturing process also complies with the strict quality that Pelikan usually delivers. Pelikan uses cellulose acetate for the patterned barrel and the cap of the M101N Lizard fountain pen, giving it a smooth surface. They also use a quality resin for the black pieces and the logo that appears, at the top of the cap. The clip and rings use a palladium-plated finish. The pen has a 14-carat gold nib rhodium plated. Besides, this Special Edition has a packaging that also fits the lizard design.
Pelikan M101N Lizard Fountain Pen
In 1950, Pelikan introduced the 400 fountain pen. With its green-striped sleeve, it quickly became the familiar symbol of the Pelikan brand. In the 1980s the series adopted the Souveran name, and thus they are known today. Two of these Souveran pens, They call “Stresemann” two fountain pens. The grey striped black M805, and the M1000, so named to honor Gustav Stresemann (1879-1924). He bears the Foreign Minister position of the Weimar Republic and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize; his famous pinstriped trousers served as a guide in the design of these unique Souveran pieces.
The production of the Souveran sleeve is labor-intensive. Once the barrel is shaped, it’s sanded with a diamond process which gives it a deep and glossy finish. Next, the original double clip at the back of the barrel and on the cap comes fixed into the material. These steps also require the highest precision to obtain a seamless transition between the elements. After a final polish, they also mount the great pelican-beak clip.
Finally, If you love classics, you should own a Pelikan M101 Red fountain pen. Indulge yourself with this excellent writer, and you will be among the few who owns one of the most coveted pens available. You will also love the way this pen writes, and you will be the proud owner of one of the most widely recognized pens in the world.