• Faber-Castell - Castell 9000 graphite pencil, Art Set, tin of 12
  • Faber-Castell - Castell 9000 graphite pencil, Art Set, tin of 12
  • Faber-Castell - Castell 9000 graphite pencil, Art Set, tin of 12
  • Faber-Castell - Castell 9000 graphite pencil, Art Set, tin of 12
  • Faber-Castell - Castell 9000 graphite pencil, Art Set, tin of 12
Faber-Castell - Castell 9000 graphite pencil, Art Set, tin of 12

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Castell 9000 graphite pencil, Art Set, tin of 12

Castell 9000 graphite pencil, Art Set, tin of 12

Castell 9000 - a genuinely classic pencil - was launched by Count Alexander von Faber-Castell in 1905. Its quality and finely graduated degrees of hardness have made it a firm favourite with artists and illustrators. Its lead is fully bonded with the wood surround and is therefore particularly break-resistant. The Castell 9000 is available in 16 different degrees of hardness, making it the ideal pencil for all technical and artistic applications.

Product details

  • 12 graphite pencils of superior quality with finely graded degrees of hardness 8B - 2H
  • Ideal for artistic work, demanding studies and sketches
  • Extra break-resistant, easy to sharpen and erase
  • Environmentally-friendly water-based varnish
  • Available individually and in various assorted sets

Brochures

Castell 9000

PDF, 8MB

Eco Pencil

Timber from certified sustainable forestry (e.g. FSC, PEFC, SFI)

FSC®

This product is made of FSC certified wood and thus orginates from responsibly managed forests.

Made in Germany

"Made in Germany" is a seal of quality for high-end goods produced in Germany. It stands for reliability, trust and branded products with high added value.

Waterbased eco varnish

Faber-Castell was the first manufacturer to introduce the environmentally-friendly water-based varnish technology, which is used for almost all writing instruments produced at the main factory in Stein.

Carbon-neutral production

The CO2 emissions caused by the manufacturing process of this product are neutralized by certified projects.