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Eberhard Faber Van Dyke 331 (plastic ferrule)

Eberhard Faber “Van Dyke” 331 Pencil Extender

Eberhard Faber Pencil Co., Brooklyn, New York

production date
origin
available degrees
circa 1940s
USA
ferrule: plastic
barrel: wood
see also Gordon Draftsmen's Supply Co. catalog, 1948, p 53
Eberhard Faber Van Dyke Drawing Pencil
I suspect this plastic ferruled type is of World War II vintage. The metal was busy being turned into bullet casings and such at the time.
Eberhard Faber Van Dyke 331 (metal ferrule)

Eberhard Faber “Van Dyke” 331 Pencil ExtendeR

Eberhard Faber Pencil Co., Brooklyn, New York

production date
origin
available degrees
circa 1930s to 1950s
USA
ferrule: metal
barel: wood
see also Gordon Draftsmen's Supply Co. catalog, 1948, p 53
Eberhard Faber Van Dyke Drawing Pencil

Eberhard Faber “Microtomic” 331 Pencil ExtendeR

Eberhard Faber Pencil Co., Brooklyn, New York

production date
origin
available degrees
circa 1950s to 1960s
USA
ferrule: metal
barrel: plastic
 
see also Defiance Sales Corp. catalog, 1955, p 247
Eberhard Faber Microtomic Drawing Pencil
Eberhard Faber 333 (plastic ferrule

Eberhard Faber 333 Pencil Extender

Eberhard Faber Pencil Co., Brooklyn, New York

production date
origin
(circa 1940s)
USA