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  • Faber Castell Name: Earth Green Yellowish
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 168
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    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 146
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  • Faber Castell Name: Nougat
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 178
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  • Faber Castell Name: Caput Mortuum
    Collection: Artist Pens
    Number: 169
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  • Faber Castell Name: Scarlet Red
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 118
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  • Faber Castell Name: Light Phthalo Blue
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 145
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  • Faber Castell Name: Warm Gray Iv
    Collection: Artist Pens
    Number: 273
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  • Faber Castell Name: Textliner Yellow
    Collection: Colored Pencils
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  • Faber Castell Name: Helioblue Reddish
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 151
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  • Faber Castell Name: Blue Violet
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 137
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  • Faber Castell Name: Dark Cadmium Orange
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 115
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  • Faber Castell Name: Terracotta
    Collection: Big Brush Artist Pens
    Number: 186
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  • Faber Castell Name: Leaf Green
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 112
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  • Faber Castell Name: Mauve
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 249
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  • Faber Castell Name: Light Phthalo Green
    Collection: Artist Pens
    Number: 162
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  • Faber Castell Name: Light Purple Pink
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 128
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cinnamon
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 189
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  • Faber Castell Name: Dark Sepia
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 175
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cinnamon
    Collection: Big Brush Artist Pens
    Number: 189
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  • Faber Castell Name: Gold
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 250
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  • Faber Castell Name: Phthalo Blue
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 110
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  • Faber Castell Name: Helio Turquoise
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 155
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  • Faber Castell Name: Middle Phthalo Blue
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 152
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  • Faber Castell Name: Dark Chrome Yellow
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 109
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  • Faber Castell Name: Light Phthalo Green
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 162
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  • Faber Castell Name: Manganese Violet
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 160
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  • Faber Castell Name: White
    Collection: Polychromos Pencils
    Number: 101
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  • Faber Castell Name: Green Gold
    Collection: Albrecht Durer Watercolor Pencils
    Number: 268
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  • Faber Castell Name: Black
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 199
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  • Faber Castell Name: Permanent Carmine
    Collection: Big Brush Artist Pens
    Number: 126
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  • Faber Castell Name: Crimson
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 134
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  • Faber Castell Name: Phthalo Blue
    Collection: Big Brush Artist Pens
    Number: 110
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cold Gray Vi
    Collection: Polychromos Pastels
    Number: 235
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  • Faber Castell Name: Green Gold
    Collection: Big Brush Artist Pens
    Number: 268
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  • Faber Castell Name: Cold Grey Vi
    Collection: Colored Pencils
    Number: 235
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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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The color of the sky and the ocean, blue is one of the most popular colors. It causes the opposite reaction as red. Peaceful, tranquil blue causes the body to produce calming chemicals, so it is often used in bedrooms. Blue can also be cold and depressing. Fashion consultants recommend wearing blue to job interviews because it symbolizes loyalty. People are more productive in blue rooms. Studies show weightlifters are able to handle heavier weights in blue gyms.

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