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Availability date: 14/07/2019
Perfect for writing or drawing on most surfaces, including glass, china and acetate, Royal Sovereign Chinagraph Pencils may also be used to mark wood, brick and metal, making them extremely popular amongst tradesmen, as well as crafters and artists.
Why use a Royal Sovereign Chinagraph Pencil?
Combining specially selected pigments and waxes, Royal Sovereign Chinagraph Pencils produce a strong, permanent finish of unrivalled quality. Impervious to water and damp, the pencil mark is easily removed with a dry cloth.
Who are Royal Sovereign?
Established in 1920, the Royal Sovereign Pencil Company was formed by the merger of two leading English pencil manufacturers, B. S. Cohen and E. Wolff and Sons. The company was renamed Royal Sovereign Group Ltd in 1974, shortly before its factories were taken over by Staedtler.