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24-Pieces 111th Anniversary Polychromos Limited Edition Colour Pencil

24-Pieces 111th Anniversary Polychromos Limited Edition Colour Pencil

Polychromos artists' pencils are valued internationally by professionals and semi-professionals for their unsurpassed quality. The high quality standards of the Polychromos coloured pencils shine through, whether they are used for graphics, artistic free style or for the exact rendition of plans.

Product Detail

  • The Polychromos colour pencil in its original design
  • Superior pigments of unsurpassed lightfastness and brilliance
  • Soft, vibrant colour laydown
  • Smudge-proof and water-resistant
  • Thick 3.8 mm lead
  • Has been relied on for 111 years
Eco pencil

Eco pencil

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Wood from sustainably managed forests.

Made in Germany

Made in Germany

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"Made in Germany" is a seal of quality for high-end goods produced in Germany. It stands for reliability, trust and branded products with high added value.

Waterbased Eco Varnish

Waterbased Eco Varnish

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Virtually all the pencils produced in the main factory in Stein are coated with an environmentally-friendly water-based paint. This is even used for the raised dots on the Grip pencils.

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Did you know?
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Did you know?
Faber-Castell grows about 20 cubic metres of wood every hour, which corresponds to around 1 truck load.
Faber-Castell grows about 20 cubic metres of wood every hour, which corresponds to around 1 truck load.
Did you know?
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Faber-Castell produces over 2.3 billion wood-cased pencils every year.
Did you know?
The profile of wood-cased pencils was changed from round to hexagonal/triangle because they were constantly rolling off the table.
The profile of wood-cased pencils was changed from round to hexagonal/triangle because they were constantly rolling off the table.