Blackwing Starting Point Set
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New to Blackwing? Not sure which model of Blackwing pencil is best for your needs?
The Blackwing Starting Point Set is the perfect way to introduce the artist or maker in your life to Blackwing. The package includes 4 different graphite pencils, sharpener, erasers and 2 point guards.
Blackwing Starting Point Set includes
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Legendary Grammy, Emmy, Pulitzer and Academy Award winners have created with the Blackwing 602 pencil. Blackwing's roots go back to the 1930s when the 602 model was first introduced by the Eberhard Faber Pencil Company. Then, in 1998, after several corporate acquisitions, it was discontinued, but not forgotten. In 2007, Palomino introduced a range of pencils using Genuine Incense-cedar and premium Japanese graphite. Artists and writers started comparing them to their beloved Blackwing 602s, and folks began asking us to consider reviving the Blackwing brand. The Blackwing pencils were re-introduced in 2010.