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Details

Object ID 004174

Object Name Eversharp Erasers

Object Desc Unopened pack of Eversharp erasers in the style 5R. Box is printed red on one end and all labeling is printed in red.

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY004160

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General Category History

Category Utensils

Source

Source Category Found In Collection

Accession Date JAN 10,1991

Credit/Acknowledgement

Location Room 5

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Status On-Site Collection Storage

Object Keywords Eversharp,erasers,mechanical pencil,pencil,


Title Eversharp Erasers

Description Small 1.5 inch box of Eversharp erasers for "repeater pencils" in style 5R. One end of the box is colored red and all labeling is printed in red. The front and backside of the package read "Eversharp Erasers / Style 5 R / For Repeater Pencils / Price 10 cents" The left and right labels read " The top and bottom of the package read "5 R". Package is unopened.

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Height 1.5

Length 0

Width 0.5

Depth 0

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Circumference 0

Weight 0

Unit of Measure Inches/ounces

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Quantity 1

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Place of Origin

Maker Eversharp

Maker Details The company was started by Charles Rood Keeran in 1913.[1] He applied for a patent on the pencil on October 10, 1913 and was granted US patent 1,130,741 on March 9, 1915. The first production Eversharp pencils were made in New Jersey by Heath Corporation. In mid-November 1915 Wahl took control of Eversharp. By 1921 over 12 million Eversharp pencils had been sold. n 1957 the Parker Pen Company acquired Eversharp. The Eversharp name was used for a time, but within a few years the production of Eversharp pens and pencils had come to an end. In 2013, Syd Saperstein and Emmanuel Caltagirone re-released the brand.

Maker Mark EVERSHARP

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Conditions

Date APR 27,2016

Summary Excellent Condition

Assessor Nicole Burdick

Notes Cardboard is somewhat yellowed and very lightly worn at corners.


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