Together with French colleague, Aristide Briand, Gustav Stresemann, the foreign minister of the Weimar Republic, was acknowledged for his effort to reconcile the nations after World War I. Not only notable for his political career, Stresemann became well known for his creation of a new suit that is adequately formal for official presentations yet comfortable enough to for his office work. He was especially fond of suits with thin stripes and coincidentally, the Pelikan 805 is similar to the motive of the Stresemann’s suits. Since then, both the suits and the pens use the same name, “Stresemann”. The pen has simple anthracite stripes made of cellulose acetate. High- quality resin is used for the black, turned pieces. The clip and rings of the pen is palladium plated and the pen also has an 18K gold nib.
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