M600 Glauco CambonThe new Special Edition Pelikan Souverän M600 Glauco Cambon. This stylo stands out for its comfort and its flexible, 14 Kt. gold steel nib. The pen carries the proven Pelikan piston mechanism. Finally, the pen fills from an ink bottle.
Pelikan M600 Glauco Cambon
In 1950, Pelikan introduced the M400 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 named “Stresemann.” along with the grey striped black M805, and the M1000, to honor The Foreign Minister 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.
A piece of Pelikan’s history finds its way into the hearts and hands of collectors and enthusiasts of Pelikan writing instruments through the Art Collection.
This unique Special Edition pays homage to the poster art of great painters and graphic designers. Through the newly interpreted motif on the fountain pen, a piece of Pelikan’s history becomes a work of art itself. The new Special Edition, named after the renowned poster artist Glauco Cambon, brings the art collection to life.
Pelikan M600 Glauco Cambon.
The elaborately designed barrel of the Souverän M600 is crafted using the sophisticated “Aurora” process: initially, a brass tube is worked on, engraved, and guilloched, creating fine grooves that achieve the unique light-reflecting hologram effect.
Finally, If you love classics, then you should own a Pelikan fountain pen. So, 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,