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Late 1930s Wahl Coronet-ish Pencils.

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#1 david i

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Posted 10 June 2016 - 04:38 AM

I don't aggressively hunt pencils, save for those that are related to pens of interest to me. The Raleigh Pen Show auction had some clusters of late 1930s Coronet-related Wahl-Eversharp pencils. I bought several lots. They sold ridiculously cheaply. There be some good stuff here, a couple I'm not sure of what to make. I can't rule out one or two frankenpencils, but nearly all (perhaps all) shown here are kosher. One can but wish Wahl had made an all chrome-plated Coronet pen. Some fountain pen related pencil eye candy, fresh, not from the archives.








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#2 matt



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Posted 10 June 2016 - 11:11 PM

Yours are all kosher.  These are a hoot to chase.  3 different clips, lots of colors, sterling, chrome, GF, probably solid gold (ads give a range of prices up to $50), colored aluminum, demi sizes.



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