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Dietzgen SharPoint Mechanical Pencil Pointer No. 3230

Eugene Dietzgen Co., Chicago

lead size
mechanism
composition
variations
production date
origin
2 mm (or smaller)
desktop turret with abrasive cylindrical insert
cast iron base with die-cast turret
none
circa 1960s to 70s
USA
   
see also Tru-Point Lead Pointer
Eugene Dietzgen Co. catalog, 1960, p 146
Eugene Dietzgen Corp. catalog, 1981, p 19

Dietzgen “SharPoint” Abrasive Refills

Eugene Dietzgen Co., Chicago

composition
production date
origin
paper cylinder with abrasive coating
circa 1950s
USA
   
see also Eugene Dietzgen Co. catalog, 1960, p 146
Bruning Tru-Point Abrasive Refills
Keuffel & Esser Tru-Point Abrasive Refills

Packages of the older style abrasive cones


Dietzgen (unknown model)

Eugene Dietzgen Co., Chicago

lead size
mechanism
composition
variations
production date
origin
2 - 3 mm
rotating turrent with replaceable abrasive insert
all metal
none
1960s to (1970s)
USA
   
see also Boston Model LP lead pointer
Keuffel & Esser Vari-Point lead pointer
Lietz 4027-15 lead pointer

Dietzgen Precision-Point Blades

Dietzgen Emca Precision-Point Blades No. 3205-B

Eugene Dietzgen Corp., Chicago

composition
variations
production date
origin
metal
chrome steel, carbide steel
circa 1970s
USA
   
see also Emca-Precision-Point Blades
Koh-I-Noor Precision-Point Blades
Emca Precision-Point Lead Pointer