M620

The M620 was a special edition of pens known as the “Cities” series, first released in 20o2, all of which are now discontinued.  The purpose of the series was to honor different cities and, towards the end of the run, places from around the world.  There is only one trim variant and size of the M620 since it was released after the 1997 trim change.  These pens are distinguished from the M600 by their color patterns but are otherwise similar.  The M620 pens in general have a crown cap top, double trim rings at the piston knob, a trim ring at the section, and double cap bands.  The furniture is either yellow gold or rhodium plated depending on the aesthetics of the design (as depicted below).  The cap tops will have a painted two chick logo on most of the earlier models before transitioning to the one chick logo after 2003.  There is likely still some carry over of two chick cap tops after 2003 due to the utilization of old stock.  The nibs of these pens are 18C-750 two-toned gold.  Some of the barrels below exhibit translucency.  1.30ml ink capacity.

 

Total Length
Barrel Length
Cap Length
Posted Length
Diameter
Weight
5.28 in
3.27 in
2.40 in
6.10 in
0.49 in
0.57 oz

 

Model

Release Year

Berlin (Germany)
2002
Stockholm (Sweden)
2002
Madrid (Spain)
2002
San Francisco (U.S.A.)
2002
Chicago (U.S.A.)
2003
New York (U.S.A.)
2003
Athens (Greece)
 2004
Shanghai (China)
 2004
Piazza Navona (Rome, Italy)
 2005
Place de la Concorde (Paris, France)
 2005
Piccadilly Circus (London, England)
 2006
Grand Place (Brussels, Belgium)
 2006
Pelikan M620 Berlin

Berlin

 

Pelikan M620 Stockholm

Stockholm

 

Pelikan M620 Madrid

Madrid

 

Pelikan M620 San Francisco

San Francisco

 

Pelikan M620 Chicago

Chicago

 

Pelikan M620 New York

New York

 

Pelikan M620 Athens

Athens

 

Pelikan M620 Shanghai

Shanghai

 

Pelikan M620 Piazza Navona

Piazza Navona

 

Pelikan M620 Place de la Concorde

Place de la Concorde

 

Pelikan M620 Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly Circus

 

Pelikan M620 Grand Place

Grand Place

 

NOTE:  The above images have kindly been provided by John Mottishaw of Classic Fountain Pens.