8 Comments

  1. Yes, indeed!
    And perhaps you remember the radio jingle for Ticonderoga pencils:
    -Sung to the tune of “Yellow Rose of Texas:”

    “Ticonderoga Pencils
    Have won their way to fame
    As a fine American pencil
    With a fine American name.”

  2. Cynthia Swaffors

    Just want to say that I love, love, love America’s Pencil!!! I teach third grade and these are by far the best quality pencils, and the easiest to sharpen. I only wish all of my students had bought these. I will be looking for your brand when I do my weekend school shopping.

  3. Kim Peltz

    I am a teacher’s aide for an elementary school and I sharpen ALOT of pencils. I wanted to commend you for making an excellent pencil. The quality of your pencils is the best by far. They don’t get eaten by the pencil sharpener like other brands. Thank you for making a fine quality pencil!!

  4. Bob S.

    I believe that the newest rendition is thicker than those that were reviewed previously. The wood grain versions no longer have the finger joints and appear to be made from a more contiguous length of wood. Although the erasers are shorter than some competitors, they may be more effective, so that shouldn’t be a deterrent to their purchase.

    • They new ones are very nice pencils indeed! I’m glad they are improving their pencils. Imagine, it’s 2014, and an American-made pencil is getting *better*! (Not being the least bit sarcastic.)

  5. Virginia A. Bagwell

    U.S.A. Gold Pencils are such a Blessing! Teaching the children has been spectacular in and of itself. Having the proper tools allow us to do our work w/ more satisfaction. Thank you. Sincerely, Virginia A. Bagwell – Sullivan, ME

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