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    Default Craftsman pencil

    I picked up a Craftsman pencil as part of a set. Still had some of original (I presume) .09 lead in it. It didn't have an eraser as part of it. Did these pencils originally feature an eraser and, if so, anyone know where I can get a replacement?

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    Default Re: Craftsman pencil

    They should have erasers that push into a metal ferule.
    Easiest way to replace them is to either find a metal tube with a similar diameter and cut your own from a modern piece of eraser. Or look for a medern pencil that takes a similar diameter and use that.
    Push out the old eraser and push the new one in.

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    Default Re: Craftsman pencil

    Start with an "A" size Sheaffer eraser. This is the most common size for older Sheaffer pencils...but I'm not sure Sheaffer still makes them - not in the current refill list.
    Last edited by Twopens; May 2nd, 2014 at 08:50 AM.

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