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: Identifying an Eraser


Screaming Peasants
12-04-2015, 01:42 PM
Hey there! I'm new to the forums and joined because I have lost THE ABSOLUTE BEST ERASER I've ever owned and need help in trying to find out where to buy more.
I know it had an eagle on it, was marketed as an "Artist Eraser" and something to do with American Pencil Co. I had found these online last year, but I can't find it anymore. The selling price was about$1.50-$1.75 USD. It was a tan, rubber, rectangular eraser. Very smooth, didn't shed many shavings when erasing, and didn't smear. I had picked it up at a local coffeehouse (Flying M in Nampa ID, in case anyone has gone there and knows of these erasers) during the short time they had them for sale.
Thank you for your help!

chanda95
12-11-2015, 02:21 PM
It sounds to me like an artgum erasor. Those are typically tan in color. I don't know about it coming from American Pencil Company but I do know Sanford, Sax and Prismacolor both sell versions of it. You can find them on Amazon relatively cheap.