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Emegê imprint on a Magnum

This symbol is engraved on the pens (especially for 100 and 100N models) produced by Pelikan in Portugal since 1935 to at least until the end of the war. The writing was imposed by the general dealer Monteiro Guimarães. The reasons for this label are not known, Dittmer and Lehman in their book attribute it to the fact that finding himself having to endure a great number of reparations pens not sold by him, Guimarães had been able to obtain the use of this specific engraving.