Pens and Pencils

Who invented the pencil?


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2016-11-11 21:45:26
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N. J. Conte, in 1795, successfully produced pencils. This happened after the later famed Faber family of Nuremberg, Germany, failed to do so by using a pulverized graphite base to create a substandard, crude prototype of a pencil.


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