Pelikan M405 Fountain Pen - Stresemann, Medium
The Pelikan Souverän M405 Stresemann is dedicated to the foreign minister of the Weimar Republic, Gustav Streesemann (1879-1929), who was honored together with his French colleague Aristide Briand with the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1926.
The Stresemann suit is named after Gustav Stresemann. Stresemann suits consist of a black/grey striped trousers and a jacket in black or anthracite. The Souverän black-anthracite Pelikan pen is named after and honors Gustav Stresemann.
Now Pelikan offers the popular Souverän Stresemann in black-anthracite in the new smaller M400 size. The barrel of this new Souverän piston-filling pen is made with anthracite stripes of cellulose acetate. High-quality resin is also used for the finely turned black colored parts. The clip and the rings are plated with palladium. The medium nib is made of rhodium-plated 14kt gold to match the silver sheen. Every single writing instrument is crafted by hand and carefully checked to meet the highest quality standard.