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A.W. Faber Castell Drawing Lead 9030

A.W. Faber, “Stein near Nuremberg,” Germany

lead type
lead size
available degrees/colors
package quantity
package composition
production date
origin
graphite
2 mm
16: 6B–B, HB, F, H–8H
6
paper box
circa 1910s
Bavaria, Germany
 
see also New York Blue Print Paper Co. catalog, 1921, p 258
A.W. Faber "Castell" 9022 leadholder

A.W. Faber Castell Drawing Lead 9030

A.W. Faber, “Stein near Nuremberg,” Germany

lead type
lead size
available degrees/colors
package quantity
package composition
production date
origin
graphite
2 mm
16: 6B–B, HB, F, H–8H
6
paper box
circa 1920s to 1930s
Germany
 
see also B.K. Elliot catalog, 1938, page 258
A.W. Faber "Castell" 9022 leadholder


A.W. Faber Castell Drawing Lead 9030

A.W. Faber, Nürnberg, Germany

lead type
lead size
available degrees/colors
package quantity
package composition
production date
origin
graphite
2 mm
16: 6B–B, HB, F, H–8H
6
paper box
circa early 1940s
Germany
 
see also Charles Bruning Co. catalog, 1936, p216

Faber-Castell 9030

Faber-Castell, Germany

lead type
lead size
available degrees/colors
package quantity
package composition
production date
origin
graphite
2 mm (8B–4B 3.15 mm)
19: 8B–B, HB, F, H–9H
12
plastic
circa 1973
USA
 
see also Faber-Catell No. 9071 Leads

Faber-Castell 9032

Faber-Castell, Germany

lead type
lead size
available degrees/colors
package quantity
package composition
production date
origin
graphite
2 mm
14: 3B–B, HB, F, H–9H
2
plastic box
circa 1980s
Germany
 
see also Faber-Castell (South America) catalog, circa late 1980s, p 13