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Castell Tintenstift Weich 9111

Brand: A.W. Faber

Made in: Germany

Top is the reverse of the Feinster & Bester Tintentstift circa 1907-1911. 3rd from the top pencil is the first I've seen written in French. Probably made for the French Canadian market.

About A.W. Faber

The company was originally established in 1761 when a carpenter by the name of Kaspar Faber (1730-1784) opened a small pencil factory in Stein, Germany. The business was called “A.W. Faber” after his son, Anton Wilhelm Faber (1758-1819), who grew the company into a flourishing pencil manufacturer. In 1900, an heiress to the Faber fortune (granddaughter of Lothar Faber) married a count of Castell and the newly united A.W. Faber-Castell soon began producing a high-quality line of “Castell” drawing and copying pencils. The company has its headquarters in Stein to this day, now operating under the name Faber-Castell with 8,000 employees worldwide.

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