In mid 1979 Pelikan introduced the new Signum writing instruments whose shape is characterized by designs of the Ulm School.
The Ulm School was founded after the war as a new School of Design, focusing on the design of everyday objects. It was based on the Bauhaus style, which connects practicality, functionality and design.
All models of the Signum series were slim models targeting an adult market. Each pen had a black grip section. The pens were offered in four unit types (P =) cartridge (K =) ballpoint pen, (D =) push pencils and (S =) system pens / felt tip pens.
|Weight||Total Length||Barrel Length||Cap Length||Diameter||Ink Capacity|
|0.49 oz -
|5.51 in||4.33 in||2.36 in||0.39 in||2 x 0.8 ml (cartridge)|
|14.0 g -
|140 mm||110 mm||60 mm||10 mm|