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ANTIQUE Mechanical Pencil Unbranded, Made in New York City 1940s. Marble Pattern Charcoal and Silver with Silver tone clip and bands MPNY1
Antique Vintage Unbranded Mechanical Pencil. Marble Pattern in Charcoal and Silver with Silver Tone Clip and ring. Pencil is in good working condition. Pencil works well. Light Normal wear. No cracks or major damage.
Very rare pencil. Good condition and ready to write! This is s one of a kind pencil so if you like it grab it now!
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Original Classic 1940's Unbranded NYC Mechanical pencil model. makes a great 1940's - 1960's era Movie, TV or Stage Prop.
ANTIQUE Unbranded Mechanical Pencil / Vintage 1940's MPNY1
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Vintage Antique Unbranded Mechanical Pencil in good writing condition. Mechanism works easily and writes well. No additional improvements have been made and the character of this Mechanical pencil has been maintained. Cosmetically this classic pencil has been left in original condition as found. Good condition with very little normal wear. Great writing pencil.
Start or add to your vintage pen collection with this interesting unbranded Mechanical Pencil made in New York, NY. Interesting and popular collectors item. Pen and pencil collecting is a great hobby rich in history. Old Fountain pens and Mechanical Pencils make great investments and interesting collectibles. This interesting pencil looks and writes great. Treat yourself to this lovely collectible antique pencil. A nice addition to any collection. Great writing pen or wonderful display item.
This pencil was made in New York City at a time when this was the center of American pen and pencil manufacturing. There were many manufacturers making small batches of writing instruments. This era started in the 1880s and continued through the 1940s. Sort of a cottage industry, There were many small shops. Some made private label pens and pencils for a single Jewelry or Stationary store. Some Distributed Private label writing instruments to many stores. Others made unbranded Pens and Pencils for distribution. This one looks to have been made in the 1940s. It is a cute little pencil, about 4.5 inches long. It is in great shape and ready to write.