Durable yet soft, this rubber eraser is especially effective at erasing, retouching, and removing marks made by softer grades of graphite lead. Works well with Monolith pencils.
Dab, rub, press and lift -- apply in various ways to achieve a multitude of effects.
Austrian architect, inventor, and entrepreneur Joseph Hardtmuth founded a pencil factory in Vienna in 1792, producing the first pencils with modern burnt-graphite lead. After World War II, his company Koh-i-Noor Hardtmuth became a part of Cretacolor, and a few decades later, the factory relocated to Hirm, Austria. In the 1990s, the company fell on hard times but was then revitalized by Hans Wolfgang Hromatka. Cretacolor continues to make pencils and other fine-artists' materials today.
Designed for work with graphite pencils. Soft, white, and made from natural rubber. For erasing, retouching, and removing marks from lead pencil drawings.
50mm x 25mm
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