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Faber Castell Faber-Castell Perfection Eraser Pencil with Brush

Faber-Castell Perfection Eraser Pencil with Brush

Product Features

  • White hard eraser
  • For liquid water-based ballpoint and typewriter ink
  • Handy brush at the end for sweeping away erasings
  • Great gift for any artists in the family
  • Made in Germany by Faber-Castell

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2 comments to Faber Castell Faber-Castell Perfection Eraser Pencil with Brush

  • Astrin Ymris

    The beloved “typewriter eraser pencil” is back! Like all fans of colored pencils and detailed coloring books, I mourned that the demise of the typewriter meant that ultimate eraser for prismacolors went down with the ship. No other eraser had both the fine control and color-lifting capability of this once-ubiquitous humble secretary’s tool.But adults who still love coloring books don’t surrender willingly to the march of time! Through the incessant whining on blogs and internet forums, Sanford realized it carried a winner in its obsolete-products files, and re-released it under its prestigious Faber-Castell brand. I’m not sure why Faber-Castell and not Prismacolor, but as long as I can buy it, I don’t care! ;-DI’d also like to give a shout-out to the seller, Hyatt’s All Things Creative! Despite a history-making blizzard, they managed to get the stick eraser to me in 2 days. Outstanding!

  • cyber shopper

    good for detail art work This is an ‘old fashioned’ typewriter eraser. It is great for detailed drawing work. Works well on pencil and charcoal. Plausibly well on pastels, but then again, does anything really erase pastels? ;) The brush is firm enough to brush away the eraser crumbs, yet soft enough to leave the drawing alone.

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