Pencils

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Pencil: 5158 Autopoint Autopoint
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $19.99
Pencil: 5158: Autopoint: Autopoint
Autopoint seems to have been born, nearly died and reborn again all within the span of a few years in the early 20th century. This pencil shows some wear from use and age, and unfortunately, the mechanism is seized up. Yet, it remains an early example of this classic brand. If it looks just like a Realite a little lower on the page, that is because the two companies had a very close relationship. 14.3cm.
Pencil: 5154 Realite Realite
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $29.99
Pencil: 5154: Realite: Realite
The Realite Pencil Co. of Chicago sprang from Autopoint like Athena from Zeus' head, and soon bought out Autopoint. Realite than began undergoing a rebranding as Autopoint. In other words, this is an uncommon find for pencil collectors. It is in remarkably good condition, though it does have some scratches and wear after 100 years. It was found in a collection of mostly new-old-stock items from around 1923 and '24, which makes sense give that is likely when it was made, though it has no original tagging. The nose cone still twists to advance the 1.1mm lead. It sounds as if there are still leads under the eraser, but to pull out the eraser is to likely destroy the eraser. 14.6cm.
Pencil: 5072 Sheaffer GN
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $99.99
Pencil: 5072: Sheaffer: GN
One doesn't often find stickered, New Old Stock Sheaffer pencils from the 1920s, but this Sheaffer GN is just that. Its original price sticker is on the flat end of the tail cap. It simply states "GN $4.50." Pull out the tail cap to reveal the hardened eraser and spare 1.1mm leads. The main lead still advances and retracts. The mechanism is a little stiff but still works. Only light wear is on the Green-Gold Filled pencil. Amazing for a museum piece or daily writing. 13cm.
Pencil: 5062 Wahl-Eversharp 27
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $149.99
Pencil: 5062: Wahl-Eversharp: 27
Do you think this is the rainbow connection Kermit was singing about? Normally we polish our pens and pencils, but this rainbow patina is really impressive, especially in real life. Coin collectors go out of their way to find coins with this type of look. The whole vintage pencil is really amazing. New Old Stock with its original sticker! Pull back the top of the pencil and unscrew the top element to reveal spare 1.1mm leads. The lead-advance mechanism is a little stiff, but it still pushes the lead out. No dents, engravings or scratches. 13.4cm.
Pencil: 4963 Pelikan Souverän D600
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1980-present
Price: $99.99
Pencil: 4963: Pelikan: Souverän D600
Pelikan Souverän D600 pencils bring class, luxury and sophistication to the world of graphite. Our gently used model is complete with its original box and leather pouch. You'll see some light wear from use, but it isn't anything anybody would notice while you are using it. Loaded with .5mm leads, you advance them with a simple side-twist of the green-striped tail cap. The logo on the tail cap's top is an etched mama pelican with two chicks that is filled with white paint. 12.8cm.
Pencil: 5035 Sheaffer Titan
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $99.99
Pencil: 5035: Sheaffer: Titan
The granddaddy of all pencils is here: Sheaffer Titan. This is what we like to call the lemon-lime jade version, as it features bright yellow swirls and flecks in the bright jade green celluloid. Our vintage pencil is in good working order. Twist the gold-filled crown on top to advance or retract the lead. As is the case with most of these, the crown is a bit dented around its edges. There's brassing on the ball and top of the pocket clip. Overall, the pencil looks great. No cracks or deep scratches. It fills with 1.1mm lead. There's a hardened eraser plugging up the space where we can hear spare leads rattling around. 13.2cm.
Pencil: 5026 Wahl-Eversharp Skyline 176 PB
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1940-1949
Price: $49.99
Pencil: 5026: Wahl-Eversharp: Skyline 176 PB
Click-advance lead systems were brand new when Eversharp released its Eversharp 176-PB pencil. It might also be considered an Eversharp Skyline pencil. This vintage pencil is new-old-stock. You can see its original price tag/sticker ring in the photo. There is a little ink staining on the ring, but you can read most of the ring, including its 1940s' price of $3.75. We like that it is blue and that you can see how they used a different plastic for the nose cone. No brassing mars the gold-plated trim, but you can see plenty of wear marks on the pencil. Remove the tail clicker to find a hardened eraser and spare 1,1mm leads. 11.6cm.
Pencil: 4953 Pelikan D200
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1980-present
Price: $99.99
Pencil: 4953: Pelikan: D200
Tortoise shell pens are among the most sought in the Pelikan line, and here we have an even rarer .5mm pencil. It is a clicker in good working order. Pull off the clicker to reveal spare leads and a hardened eraser. Our pencil shows some wear from use but no cracks or deep scratches. The clicker logo plating is a little thin, showing a mama pelican with a single chick. 13.6cm
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