Pretty in pink! I’ve been searching for these since I first caught glimpse of them….very hard to find even now. Hecho en Mexico. Vendido en Mexico!
Three variations of the Woodgrain 1388/13912, including the one with the rare bubble letters. This collector set includes all three variations shown, plus a free sticker! Keep an eye out for new collectible stickers released each month for select vintage pencils.
What is this….B soft? Ok, so starting when the Tic model number changed to 1388 I’ve got some No.2 pencils marked soft….but no 1386’s marked soft. Original box holds 10 pencils. Chalk this up for those crazy Canadians.
The Ticonderoga Millennium from 2000 was made for only a little while before Dixon changed the name to Ticonderoga Black.
Nice variety of the post WWII era Ticonderoga pencils. The oldest 1388 is marked Leadfast and is really hard to come by in good condition.
Great span of the ultra rare Tic 1370’s. Pre WWII, WWII era & Post WWII ferrules. The box below belongs to the WWII era pencil in the middle.
Truly a million-to-one Ticonderoga 1370 compared with the hex model 1386. There is also a “50th Anniversary of the quietest pencil in the world – now with new Marvelead” emblem on the side of this box.
USA, USA. The Tic 1’s have always been hard to find in my experience. Here we have post WWII Ticonderoga’s from the 1970’s bearing the 1388 model number. Previous Tic’s were numbered 1386.
Here is two examples of the Ticonderoga Checking. Top one has the older Ticonderoga model number….pretty cool!