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Musical Pencils

This advertisement comes from the October, 1955 issue of Geyer’s Stationery Magazine. I like the music motif: At the bottom of the page is another mention of that magical, mysterious land called Pencildom (though they spelled it “pencil-dom”):

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A Dixon Ticonderoga

Dixon’s Ticonderoga is another one of those pencils that seems to have been around forever, along with the Eberhard Faber Mongol and the Faber-Castell Castell 9000. Because of its long history there have been many versions and varieties, but this pre-war example is … Continue reading

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