Pencils

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Pencil: 4894 Omas Paragon
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1980-present
Price: $449.99  Was: $499.99
Pencil: 4894: Omas: Paragon
Sure, the Omas Paragon Bronze Arco is among the most sought after fountain pens on the market today, but the pencil is the rarest of the Arco writing instruments. Or is this a Milord? It is skinnier than the matching Arcos on the site. Either way, Arco pencils are still really rare. Our's is in excellent working order and features of only light wear from use. It uses .7mm leads. There is a working eraser under the tail cap. Plus there are spare leads in the barrel. You will get both of its original boxes, but the beige leather clamshell box features some missing leather on the top and bottom corners. 14cm.
Pencil: 4999 Cross Mini Pencils
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1960-1979
Price: $149.99
Pencil: 4999: Cross: Mini Pencils
We don't know the first thing about this brace of Cross mini pencils. They are very skinny and just about as wide as a tie clip pencil, but they don't have tie clips. The front writing instrument is made of solid sterling silver. It has some dents in the nose cone but it seems to work well. You twist the nose cone to advance or retract the lead that we think is .9mm. Its matching pencil is "1/30 10k Gold RGP." We think that mean Rolled Gold Plating. It works well, too, and there is much less damage or wear to the RGP pencil. Both measure 8.8cm.
Pencil: 4934 Pelikan Souverän D800
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1980-present
Price: $199.99
Pencil: 4934: Pelikan: Souverän D800
A dedicated Pelikan collector might snatch this up quickly, as red Pelikan Souverän D800 pencils are pretty rare. First, Pelikan doesn't make nearly as many pencils as it does pens. Second, until recently, they had discontinued the red color for around a decade or more. This classic pencil looks amazing with only light wear at the worst. No brassing, cracks or scratches. It looks mint to near mint to us. Under the tail cap is a fresh eraser and spare .5mm leads. Box and papers included. The company logo on the tail cap is black with a gold mama pelican and two chicks. 14.2cm capped.
Pencil: 4933 Pelikan Souverän D800
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1980-present
Price: $199.99
Pencil: 4933: Pelikan: Souverän D800
Up the elegance of your math game with a luxurious Pelikan Souveran D800 pencil. This black-and-blue design with gold-plated trim defines elegance. What really stands out with this pencil is that it barely shows any wear! You will find it works great. Advance the .5mm lead with a side-twist of the tail cap. Under the tail cap you will find a fresh eraser and some spare leads. Its logo on top is black with a gold mama pelican and two chicks. We think this is the largest size pencil Pelikan makes in the Souveran line. 14.1cm.
Pencil: 4938 Pelikan Souveran D800
Filling Mechanism: Pencil
Era: 1980-present
Price: $199.99
Pencil: 4938: Pelikan: Souveran D800
Up the elegance of your math game with a luxurious Pelikan Souveran D800 pencil. These black-and-green designs with gold-plated trim really stand out from the pack. What really stands out with this pencil is that it barely shows any wear, yet it was made in West Germany! That means it is at least 30 years old. The only flaw we see in it is a bit of missing plating on the side of the clip band. You will find it works great. Advance the .5mm lead with a side-twist of the tail cap. Under the tail cap you will find a hardened eraser and some spare leads. Its logo on top is a gold-plated disc with a black mama pelican and two chicks. We think this is the largest size pencil Pelikan makes in the Souveran line. 14.1cm.
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: $275.00  Was: $299.99
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: 4869 Wahl-Eversharp No. 1161 (Skyline)
Era: 1940-1949
Price: $49.99
Pencil: 4869: Wahl-Eversharp: No. 1161 (Skyline)
Stickered, new old stock pencils might seem common on our site, but they aren't as common in the wild. Here is a classic Eversharp Skyline pencil with a sticker indicating it is model number 1161. It is an early click pencil with a 1.1mm lead. You'll find it works well and comes with some spare leads. The spare automatically feed into the pencil. Yet, you can access the spares and a hardened eraser by pulling out the clicker button. There is a little wear and brassing from wherever this vintage pencil stay hidden away for the past 70-odd years, yet, it still looks very nice overall. 13.3cm.
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