Pencils

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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.
Pencil: 4850 Parker Duofold
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $49.99
Pencil: 4850: Parker: Duofold
All the cool cats in the 1920s had an orange Parker Duofold. This pencil is in great working order, loaded with 1.1mm lead and a spare. It is the medium size, as opposed to a small or oversized version. There is some brassing on the gold-plated trim. Tough to see in the photo, but it was pretty obviously dropped on its tail topper once. One side is a bit depressed. 12.8cm.
Pencil: 4834 Sheaffer Imperial
Era: 1960-1979
Price: $75.00
Pencil: 4834: Sheaffer: Imperial
We love the diamond pattern in the solid sterling silver Sheaffer Imperial pencil. It is in great working order. Twist the tail cap to extend and retract the .9mm lead. No dents but a little tarnish. You'll find the clip has the initials "S.R.M." A hardened eraser and spare lead are under the cap. 12.6cm.
Pencil: 4831 Sheaffer Titan
Era: 1920-1929
Price: $69.99
Pencil: 4831: Sheaffer: Titan
Sheaffer Titan pencils were the oversized models. This is a black-and-pearl model that is still showing good color. It works well advancing and retracting the 1.1mm lead. All it takes is a twist of the gold-plated tail cap. Unfortunately, somebody dropped this one years ago. One side of the tail piece is scrunched down a little in a few places. There's a little ding in the nose cone. You also can't miss the engraved name of "E.W. Miller." Spare leads are found under the tail cap. Nevertheless, it still works and writes great! 13.5cm capped.
Pencil: 4769 Parker 51 Demi
Era: 1950-1959
Price: $59.99
Pencil: 4769: Parker: 51 Demi
You might think this Parker 51 Demi pencil looks black in the photo, but it is really a deep burgundy. It is difficult to see the difference until you set it next to a black pen or pencil. It has an early click-cap lead advance and comes loaded with a .9mm lead. The barrel is nice and clean, but the gold-filled cap has little specks in it that we couldn't quite polish out. An original, mostly hardened, eraser is under the tail cap. 12cm.
Pencil: 4738 Parker 21 Special
Era: 1950-1959
Price: $19.99
Pencil: 4738: Parker: 21 Special
New Old Stock Parker 21 pencils keep coming at you with this navy blue Parker 21 Special. Complete with its original price sticker, this vintage pencil is in excellent working order. It has a little light wear from wherever it rattled around for these past 60 or more years. Yet, a smooth twist of the tail cap advances and retracts the .9mm lead. Under the steel tail cap is a hardened original eraser, and under it are spare leads. 12.7cm.
Pencil: 4737 Parker 21
Era: 1960-1979
Price: $19.99
Pencil: 4737: Parker: 21
The greener side of teal looks fantastic on this Parker 21 pencil. It is New Old Stock with its original price sticker. Unfortunately, NOS doesn't mean it is flawless. There is a visible scratch on the steel cap in the photo. The base model for the Parker 21, this vintage pencil is in great working order. Its .9mm lead advances and retracts with a smooth twist of the tail cap. Under the tail cap is a perfect, hardened eraser and under it are spare leads. 12.6cm.
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