Germany 1935. The Edel fountain pen is a curiosity, a pen that had been mostly lost to history until a Dutch restorer took a risk and brought a barnful of them back to life. Piston-filled, made of plastic (barrel and cap), Bakelite (crown and blind cap), and ebonite (section and feed). It looks like a contemporaneous 100 Pelikan. Its nib is flexible and wet, writing from an EF to a BBB.