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This adorable "Map of the World" pencil case is such fun, it is one in the #558 series of the Sterling Plastics Co. Educator Pencil Boxes. Use the turn dials to automatically find the capitals of countries of the world. The embossed world map on the exterior is clear and readable, and reflects world politics of the early 1960's. Produced by Sterling in 1961, the hard plastic case is nearly indestructible and in excellent vintage condition. The interior cardboard list of "important information" has some pencil marks and the name -- written in ink -- of the case's original owner (Anthony Coelho) -- see photo. Included in the case are three vintage pencils and a wonderful 'School Simplex' 6" wooden ruler. Use it to carry your supplies, or add it to your collection. Exterior dimensions are 7.75" x 3.75" x .5"

1961 World Map Pencil Case -- Sterling Plastics Co. Educator Pencil Case


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: plastic, wood, paper
  • Only ships within United States.
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