Where There’s A Wilkes There’s A Way

Reading and writing materials for a short trip to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, last home of the Eberhard Faber Corporation:


For writing, an A.W. Faber Castell waistcoat pencil (c. 1910), Graf von Faber-Castell A4 writing case, pad, and pernambuco fountain pen. For reading the latest issue of Rolling Stone, featuring Rush on the cover.

I wonder if the guys in Rush like to use pencils?


Being waistcoat-less, I have finally found a use for that little pants-pocket inside the main pocket; just have to remember to take it out before going through security.

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2 Responses to Where There’s A Wilkes There’s A Way

  1. Stephen says:

    Excellent! Can’t wait for more. 🙂


  2. memm says:

    The left pencil is so beautiful!


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