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WWII-Era Pencils

Click on any of the 82 pencils below to view an extra large image, plus all variations (if I have any).

 

American pencil co.

Autograph 733 No.2

Autograph 733 No.4

Autograph 734

Blue Band Superthin 3561 No. 2

Blue Band Superthin 3561 No. 2/3

Blue Band Superthin 3561 No. 3

Jewel 767

Lustro 757

Patriotic 735

Venus Drawing 3B

“Venus” Drawing HB

Venus Velvet 3557 No. 1

Venus Velvet 3557 No. 2

Blaisdell pencil co.

Arab 700 No.2

Ben Franklin 500 No.2

Ben Franklin 500 No.2 3/6

Calculator 600

Lucky Stripe 1778

Masterpiece 800

DIXON

Active Service 2940

Aerial 2280

Aerial 4280

Anglo-Saxon 1810

Cabinet 730 No.2

Chancellor 2180 HB

Federal 1054

Federal 1055

Inline 712

Network 702

Oriole 287 No. 3

Sergeant 704

Ticonderoga 1370 No. 2

Ticonderoga 1370 No. 2 5/10

Ticonderoga 1386 No. 1

Ticonderoga 1386 No. 2

Ticonderoga 1386 No. 2 5/10

Ticonderoga 1386 No. 3

Tip~Top 319

Uncle Sam 1777

Eagle

Black Warrior 372 No. 3

Flash 67

Mirado 174 No.2

Mirado 174 No.3

Mirado 174 - 2H

“Old Glory” 1776

Patrol 115

Protect America 1776

Eberhard faber

Marigold 240

Mongol 482 No. 2

Mongol 482 No. 2 3/8 = F

Panel 1176

Vendor 2350

empire

Huskie 683

Lovely 447

Mandrel 882

“Mayfair” 722

Red, White & Blue 1348

Tamarak 737

general's

Annihilator 1020

“Kimberly” 520L HB

Scoop 311

johann faber

Berkeley 815 No.3

linton

Consolidated 100 No.2

Linco 555 No.2

Titanic 33 No.2

Titanic 33 No.4

Lo-Well

Tech 41

Musgrave

Ceres No.F

Scooter 707

Select 880 No.2

Tact No. 1200

National

Vestal 538 No.2

Quazie & Unknown pencil co.

“Atlantis” 205

ozark pencil co.

Tropic 130

Providence Pencil co.

Fortune No.2

Richard Best

“Aluminum”

Lafayette 477 F

Swan Pencil Co.

“Casino” 2985 No.2

U.S. pencil co.

Plymouth 485

USCO 486

wallace pencil co.

Aztec 224

   

About WWII-Era Pencils

WWII-era pencils have very distinct cardboard or plastic ferrules . Metals were needed for the war effort so a hard cardobaord or plastic replaced the nickel or brass previously used to house the eraser.