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Pelikan 120 (1970s) Nib Unit, Broad, Gold Plated Steel (Near Mint)

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Broad replacement nib and feed for Type II Pelikan 120 (1970s) in gold-plated steel.
SKU: 18165
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Type Nib unit for fountain pen

Product Name Pelikan nib unit, Pelikan 120 Type II (1970s)

Manufacturer and Year  Merz & Krell, 1973-1978

Nib BROAD gold-plated steel

Condition  Possibly dipped, but not used otherwise. NOTE: This nib unit has been tested and confirmed to fit the Type II Pelikan 120, made in the 1970s. Pelikan outsourced the production of this pen to the company Merz & Krell, and the thread pattern is different from pens manufactured by Pelikan. Additionally, the Pelikan 400NN pen from the same period was also produced by Merz & Krell, and we believe (but have not tested) that this nib will also fit that model.  

Additional Info

Additional Info

SKU 18165
Condition No
Maker Pelikan
Type Fountain Pens, Other


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