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In 1914, as the British military prepared to spend their first Christmas in the trenches of the Western front, Princess Mary had the idea that each and every soldier should recieve a gift from the British public. The gift would be a brass commerative tin containing either tobacco and cigarettes, or a notebook pencil and some chocolate. The pencil was designed to look like a bullet made of brass and sterling silver.
This very practical and compact pencil is based on the original pencil design, and it is still the perfect gift.