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Dahle 301

Dahle 301

Dahle, Germany

lead size
mechanism
composition
variations
production date
origin
2 mm
handheld turret milling cutter
plastic case with steel cutter
body color:gray, orange, beige, ?
1960s to (present)
Germany
 
see also Berol Turquoise 14 lead pointer
Rotring 505 250 lead pointer
 

Dahle 323

Dahle, Germany

lead size
mechanism
composition
variations
production date
origin
2 mm
desktop mounted milling cutter
plastic body and turret w/ steel cutter
unknown
1966 to (present?)
Germany
   
see also US Patent 3,398,773 "Lead Sharpener," 1966

Eagle Turquoise 17 lead pointer
Alvin EP17 lead pointer
This pointer was invented and originally manufactured by Dahle of Germany. It was distributed under a number of different brands, most populaly in the US as the Eagle Turquoise 17, but also as Faber-Castell 60, Charvoz something-or-other, and Dahle 323.

Dahle 53482

Dahle, West Germany

courtesy Gerard and Marijke Prudon collection
lead size
mechanism
composition
variations
production date
origin
2 mm, 3.15 mm
handheld bladed
plastic case with steel blades
unknown
(1980s)
Germany