Tuesday 13 October, 2015
  |  Login  |  My Account  |  Checkout  |  Contact Us  |  (480) 947-2136

Fountain Pens Roller Ball Pens Ball Point Pens Mechanical Pencils Refills
& Ink
Leather Stationery Knives Cart Specials Help Search

Shop by Product
Acme Pens
Aston Leather
Benchmade Knives
Boker Knives/Pens
Buck Knives
Caran d'Ache Pens
Case Knives
Clairefontaine Notebooks
Colibri Pens
Conklin Pens
Cross Pens
Desk Accessories
Dupont Pens
Faber-Castell Pens
Fisher Space Pens
Giantto Pens
Handmade Pens
HK Knives
Kaweco Pens
Kershaw Knives
Knife Laws by State
Lamy Pens
Microtech Knives and Pens
Moleskine Journals
Montblanc Pens
MonteVerde Pens
Noodler's Ink and Pens
Omas Pens
Parker Pens
Pelikan Pens
  Classic 200
  Ink and Refills
  Pelikano Jr.
  Souveran 600
  Souveran 805
  Special Edition
Pen Display Cases
Pilot Pens
Platinum Fountain Pens
Porsche Design Pens
Private Reserve Ink
Pro-Tech Knives
Quiver Pen Holders
Retro 51 Pens
RG Titanium Pens
Rhodia Writing Pads
Sheaffer Pens
SOG Knives
Spyderco Knives
TF est. 1968
Think Pens
Tree Ring Pens
Tuff-Writer Tactical Pens
Urso Pens
Visconti Pens
Vox Luxury
Waterford Pens
Waterman Pens
William Henry Knives/Pens
Zagoory Pens/Holders
Zero Tolerance Knives
Pre-owned Pens
Scottsdale Pen Gift Certificates
Shopping Cart more
0 items
More Information
About Us
Gift Certificates
Corporate Sales
Featured Products
Caring For Your Pen
Customer Service
Wholesale Inquiries
ScottsdalePen Blog
Contact Us
Verified By
Payment Processing
Pelikan Pens Pelikan Pens
Founded in 1838 by chemist Carl Hornemann in Hanover, Germany, the company started out in the color and ink business and remained that way for many decades. The use of a pelican as a company logo didnít come about until 1878, and it was one of the first German trademarks.

Pelikan continued to grow over the years, being strong in art supply, office supply and school supply. It wasnít until 1929 that the Pelikan fountain pen was born. It was well known for its trademark green shaft, technically innovative ink flow and transparent ink window. The differential piston mechanism was a true revolution of its time.

Further paint and pen innovations followed, interrupted by WWII. However, in 1950 the big German industrial boom started and Pelikan introduced its model 400 fountain pen, easily recognized by its black and green striped shaft. This model became the most popular fountain pen in its price range, and the signature black/green striped shaft remains with us today.

Pelikan fine writing instruments find admirers among collectors and casual users alike. Finely crafted in more than 300 individual steps, Pelikan pens are a testimony to German dedication, precision, and perfection. They are designed to inspire.

Classic 200
Classic 200
Ink and Refills
Ink and Refills
Pelikano Jr.
Pelikano Jr.
Souveran 600
Souveran 600
Souveran 805
Souveran 805
Special Edition
Special Edition