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Souverän Stresemann is dedicated to the Foreign Minister of the Weimar Republic, Gustav Stresemann (1878 - 1929), who together with the French Foreign Minister Aristide Briand received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1926. Gustav Stresemann is known not only for his extraordinary political career, but also for the design of a suit named after him. The Stresemann suit consists of striped black and gray trousers and a single-breasted jacket in black or anthracite. The vernacular has also called the striped sovereign Stresemann for decades, so Pelikan named the Souverän with elegant stripes of anthracite. The production of the Souverän sleeve is subject to an elaborate process. The typical, striped material is made out of cotton based on a formula developed specially for Pelikan. It takes month until the block providing the stripes is finished, whereupon the tailor-made plating is curved and cut into a contour using a natural diamond. The palladium-plated double rings on the high-grade resin cap and barrel are fitted with the utmost precision, creating an almost seamless transition between the materials before the pen is polished until it reaches a brilliant luster. The slightly springy typical Pelikan beak clip gives this high-quality writing instrument its unmistakable design.
The Pelikan Souveran M405 Fountain Pen Stresemann Anthracite with piston filling mechanism provides a 14-carat completely rhodium plated gold nib. The Pelikan fountain pens are delivered inside an attractive gift box with a leather pouch and booklet