It was in 1910 that Kaweco first produced a Liliput fountain pen, at that time made out of ebonite. After that came the remake of this series is made of solid aluminium and avalable as a fountain pen with steel nib and a ballpoint pen. Now there is this version in copper. Only 97 mm long when closed, the Liliput is one of the smallest fountain pens for standard ink cartridges. As the copper is not coated, it will develop a patina over time. In case you'd not want that, it can be easily polished.