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The Beginning of The Pencil
Transcript of The Beginning of The Pencil
A COMMON artifact used by almost everyone in schools , work, etc. . The Pencil despite being an old artifact, has helped create many famous works throughout history.
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From the oldest pencil to a Ipencil ( one of the newest pencils). This Shows how human ingenuity evolves such a simple tool into a technologically advanced item
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Enjoy this really cool beat all made by pencils.
One of the main problems is that to make pencils you need wood, so that leads to cutting down of trees(deforestation), and loss of homes to many animals. On the other hand, the pencil helps us perform daily tasks such as school work, etc.
This Pencil to most would be a complete waste of money but for those who have 12,800 dollars to spare and are looking for the worlds most expensive pencil are in luck. This Pencil feature 18 carrot white gold, three diamonds, and 240 year old olive wood. And it also feature a built in sharpener and eraser.
Did you know that the first American Pencil Company was first introduced in 1861, we all know it as Dixon Ticonderoga Pencil Co. This is the first time the pencil was first introduced in America, now it is very common to find a Dixon pencil on the floor, in the middle of the hallway, or at many stores.
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©1996 - 2015 Pencils.com or its affiliates. Staff portraits drawn by Mike Theuer.
The Pencil Pages © 1996-2015 Doug Martin
The oldest known pencil was found on the roof of a german house, but was originally created in England by a
Carpenter in 1564.
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