Vintage Koh I Noor Versatil 5201 Czechoslovakia Yellow Gold Color
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Vintage Koh I Noor Versatil 5201 Czechoslovakia Yellow Gold Color:
consider of its age ,it is in good vintage condition,still working very properly.14,30cm lenght.it use lead 2,00mmsee the pict of item condition,if you need more detail feel free to ask.pencil has priviuos sign of wear ,with very litlle surface scratches and particulary frayed on te body.see the picture !if it has some it is shown on the picture that i took all around the body of the pencilnice yellow one old ,metal clutch koh i noor lead holder pen still working properly,also cap is sharpener.nose and cap are golden color,and body is dark yellowthere is engraved:koh i noor versatil 5201 czechoslovakiaPictures are of the actual item you are buying. They are part of the description.nice struff for collectorfell free to ask for more info and pict:,i am not profesional collector,it is my hobby. i will answer of any question that you would like to knowsome fackt on wikipedia :Corporate headquarters: Czechoslovakia
Cool fact: Bohemia Works is a subsidiary export company of the L&C Hardtmuth Pencil Factory.
Koh-i-Noor Hardtmuth a.s. is a Czech manufacturer of a full line of pencils, pens, and art supplies. Formed in 1790 by Joseph Hardtmuth of Austria, the company was named after the Koh-i-Noor, a famous Indian diamond. In 1802, they patented the first pencil lead made from a combination of clay and graphite.
In 1848, Joseph`s sons, Karl and Ludwig took over the family business, and the production was relocated to the Bohemian town of Budweis, which belongs now to the Czech Republic. The products were awarded in many world exhibitions, among which in 1855 in New York, 1856, 1900 and 1925 in Paris, 1862 in London, 1882 in Vienna and 1905 in Milan.
At the 1889 World Fair in Paris, the Hardtmuth`s displayed their superior pencils rebranded as `Koh-I-Noor Hardtmuth`. The new product which soon became a runaway success set the standard by which all other pencils were made, and graded. Each pencil was encased in a yellow cedar-wood barrel. The inspiration for the name was the famous Koh-i-Noor (meaning `Mountain of Light`) diamond, part of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom and the largest diamond in the world at the time.
Koh-i-Noor Hardtmuth eventually became a state-owned company after the Second World War, before once again becoming privately held in 1992 and being bought-out in 1994 by the Gama Group.Please ignore calculator for shipping ratesi am registrated on USA and it is not impossible to manage the correct price of shipping outside of USADon"t pay before you have the right cost of sending ,thank you.Payment for an sale item must be received within 7 business days after the sale.if you want aditional info ,fell free to contact me before you choose to buy.If you do not agree,please,do not offerPayment for an sale item must be received within 7 business days after the sale.if you want aditional info ,fell free to contact me before you choose to buy.If you do not agree,please,do not offerShipping cost is about 11 $ for usa and australia 8 $for europe and it depending about size of package(i will sent it ful recommended,by airmail,registrated shipping,well packed in cartoon (cupboartd) foam..,in security parcel),with your signature request that you are receiving that parceland if i can i will combine shipping( MAXIMUM PER ONE PARCEL ,i can sent 3 PENS )PAYMENT:-moneybookers , pay palPLEASE , READ CAREFULLY , PAY ATTENTION ABOUT SHIPPING COST , BEFORE YOU CHOOSE TO BUY . AND DO NOT PAY BEFORE YOU GET THE RIGHT COST OF SHIPPING !!