Filling Mechanism: Pencil

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Pencil: 4907 Parker Duofold
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $199.99
Pencil: 4907: Parker: Duofold
Mandarin yellow Parker Duofold pens get all the credit for being rare and sought after, but the matching pencils are even rarer...especially the streamlined models, such as this one. Our junior-sized pencil is in good working order, showing only light wear from use. No brassing and a good imprint on the tail cap. Carefully remove the tail cap to reveal an original hardened eraser and spare 1.1mm leads underneath it! Make math and crosswords fun again with this amazing vintage pencil. 12.1cm.
Pencil: 4888 Omas Milord
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1980-present
Price: $249.99  Was: $275.00
Pencil: 4888: Omas: Milord
Omas pens remain among the hottest writing instruments at the moment, especially since the original company went out of business several years ago. Their pencils are among the hardest to find of their writing instruments, as they didn't make as many. This burgundy Omas Milord pencil is a real treat that comes with its original box and papers. We think it is a .5mm lead pencil. Spare leads are under the cap, which unscrews...so don't try to yank it off. With the exception of a tiny bit of brassing on the cap bands, this pencil has only some light wear from use, which is difficult to see unless you examine it closely. Works well. The click action works with a side twist of the tail cap. 14cm.
Pencil: 4695 Parker Liquid Lead
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1950-1959
Price: $19.99
Pencil: 4695: Parker: Liquid Lead
Parker Liquid Lead Pencils continue to fascinate us. Here is a slender model with an almost Parker 21 like pocket clip from the 1950s. Sadly, the idea of a liquid lead pencil never really took off, but we still have some handsome examples of them around. This model shows more moderate to heavy wear from use but a rarer imprint than many of these pencils we've seen. You can also see a little rust no the tail cap. Unfortunately, this pencil's refill has run dry, and they don't make these refills any longer. 13.1cm.
Pencil: 0566 Sheaffer 400
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1930-1939
Price: $49.99
Pencil: 0566: Sheaffer: 400
Vintage pencils make math and crossword puzzles way more fun. Take this Sheaffer 400 pencil for example. It is an early devotee of the .9mm lead. You advance and retract it with a simple twist of the tail cap. It has some wear from use, but most of us do after 80 years. The worst of it is a few little scratches in the nose cone, which you can see in the photo. The carmine red pattern is one of the rarer color schemes from this era. The clip is on tightly. It no longer has its eraser, but it comes with a spare lead. 13.3cm.
Pencil: 4363 Conklin Rolled-Gold Pencil
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $99.99
Pencil: 4363: Conklin: Rolled-Gold Pencil
We aren't sure what Conklin called this pinstriped pencil made of rolled gold, but it is a very handsome taste of the 1920s. It is marked "Patented July 6, 1920." We suspect is was made a couple years later. This pen is a little more slender than the 4B and 5V models, but it is the same length. New Old Stock, it is dent and damage free. Twist the nose cone to advance and retract the 1.1mm lead. Pull off the tail blind cap to reveal a hardened eraser. Unscrew the eraser to reveal some spare leads. 13.3cm capped.
Pencil: 4273 Waterman Sheraton
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $125.00
Pencil: 4273: Waterman: Sheraton
Roaring back into the light from the 1920s is this sterling silver Waterman pencil with the Sheraton design. It is new old stock with minimal traces of wear. The lead advances with a twist of the plastic nose cone. None of these pencils actually retracts the lead when twisting the other way. It needs to be pushed in. However, the lead seems pretty snug in the pencil. Unscrew the tail cap to reveal the spare leads. 13.1cm capped.
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