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  • Faber Castell Name: Light Magenta
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 119
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cold Gray Ii
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 231
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  • Faber Castell Name: Dark Phthalo Green
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 264
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  • Faber Castell Name: Burnt Carmine
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 193
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cold Gray I
    Collection: Artist Pens
    Number: 230
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cobalt Turquoise
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 153
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  • Faber Castell Name: Light Yellow Glaze
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 104
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  • Faber Castell Name: Light Green
    Collection: Big Brush Artist Pens
    Number: 171
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  • Faber Castell Name: Raw Umber
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 180
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  • Faber Castell Name: Dark Flesh
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 130
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cold Gray V
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 234
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  • Faber Castell Name: Dark Naples Ochre
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 184
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  • Faber Castell Name: Ultramarine
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 120
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  • Faber Castell Name: Light Cadmium Yellow
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 105
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cold Gray Iv
    Collection: Artist Pens
    Number: 233
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  • Faber Castell Name: Orange Glaze
    Collection: Big Brush Artist Pens
    Number: 113
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  • Faber Castell Name: Light Ultramarine
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 140
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cobalt Blue Greenish
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 144
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  • Faber Castell Name: Indianthrene Blue
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 247
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  • Faber Castell Name: Phthalo Green
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 161
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  • Faber Castell Name: Warm Gray Vi
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 275
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  • Faber Castell Name: Light Red Violet
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 135
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  • Faber Castell Name: Hooker`S Green
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 159
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  • Faber Castell Name: Textliner Orange
    Collection: Colored Pencils
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  • Faber Castell Name: Brown Ochre
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 182
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  • Faber Castell Name: Green Gold
    Collection: Artist Pens
    Number: 268
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cinnamon
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 189
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  • Faber Castell Name: Grass Green
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 166
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  • Faber Castell Name: Purple Violet
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 136
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  • Faber Castell Name: Warm Grey Iii
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 272
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  • Faber Castell Name: Bluish Turquoise
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 149
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  • Faber Castell Name: Orange Glaze
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 113
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  • Faber Castell Name: Middle Purple Pink
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 125
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  • Faber Castell Name: Rose Carmine
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 124
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  • Faber Castell Name: Silver
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 251
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Faber Castell

Pencil-makers were first recorded in the imperial city of Nuremberg around the year 1660. Numerous craftsmen also set up shop in the surrounding villages, but especially in Stein, just within the Marquisate of Ansbach. Here artisans were not subject to the same strict controls as in Nuremberg, so they had a competitive advantage.

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Brides wear white to symbolize innocence and purity. White reflects light and is considered a summer color. White is popular in decorating and in fashion because it is light, neutral, and goes with everything. However, white shows dirt and is therefore more difficult to keep clean than other colors. Doctors and nurses wear white to imply sterility.

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