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A.W. Faber Mentor 50/28

A.W. Faber-Castell, Germany

lead size
mechanism
composition
variations
production date
origin
2 mm
handheld, bladed
brass w/ steel blades
none
(1920s)
Germany
   
see also A.W. Faber-Castell 1957 catalog, p 84 & p 85
Faber-Castell 50/41

Faber-Castell 50/41

A.W. FAber-Castell, Nürnberg, Germany

lead size
mechanism
composition
variations
production date
origin
2 mm
handheld single exposed blade
plastic with steel blade
none
1950s to present
Germany
   
see also A.W. Faber-Castell 1957 German catalog, p 86

A.W. Faber Mentor 50/58

A.W. Faber-Castell, Germany

lead size
mechanism
composition
variations
production date
origin
2 mm
handheld, bladed
brass w/ steel blades
none
(1950s)
Germany
   

Faber-Castell Minfix 50/65

(one hole on each end)

Faber-Castell, Germany

lead size
mechanism
composition
variations
production date
origin
2 mm and 3.15 mm
handheld, bladed
brass w/ steel blades
none
(1950s) to (present)
Germany
   
see also A.W. Faber-Castell 1957 catalog, p 86
Faber-Castell (South America) catalog, circa 1980s, p 13

Faber-Castell Minfix 50/65

(both holes on one end)

Faber-Castell, Germany

lead size
mechanism
composition
variations
production date
origin
2 mm and 3.15 mm
handheld, bladed
brass w/ steel blades
none
? to (present)
Germany