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Faber Castell 9000

The new Faber Castell 9000 centennial tin has a traditional graphic of mounted knights duelling. What a careful examination reveals is that the knights are duelling with pencils – the victor with a Faber Castell 9000, and the losing opponent a broken yellow pencil. The yellow pencil might represent a rival manufacturer’s product, or […]

Faber Castell Grip 2001

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Blackfeet Indian Pencils

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Rhodia Pads

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