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Faber-Castell TK 9071 (glass tube)

Faber-Castell TK 9071 (glass tube)
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A.W. FabeR Castell TK 9071

(glass tube)

A.W. Faber-Castell, Nürnberg, Germany

lead type
lead size
available degrees/colors
package quantity
package composition
production date
origin
graphite
2 mm (6B–4B 3.15 mm)
17: 6B–B, HB, F, H–9H
12
glass tube
circa 1948
Germany
  
see also A.W. Faber Castell TK 9070 (glass tube) leads
A.W. Faber Castell TK 9400 leadholder
Faber-Castell 9071 (slide open)

Faber-Castell 9071

(plastic top open)

A.W. Faber-Castell, Nürnberg, 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
10
plastic box
late 1950s to 1960s
Germany
  
see also Faber-Castell Goldfaber 2021 (plastic top open)
A.W. Faber-Castell 1957 catalog (Germany), p 60 and p 61
Faber-Castell 9071 (slide open)

Faber-Castell 9071

(slide open)

Faber-Castell, Nürnberg, 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
10
plastic box
circa 1970s–80s
Germany
  
see also A.W. Faber Castell No. 9030 Leads
Faber-Castell (South America) catalog, circa 1980s, p 9
Faber-Castell (South America) catalog, circa late 1980s, p 13
Faber-Castell 9071 (slide open)

Faber-Castell 9071

(slide open)

Faber-Castell, Nürnberg, 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
10
plastic box
circa 1990s
Germany
  

box of ten, ten-count packs of lead