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1966 Joint venture with [[Royal Sovereign Pencil Co]] incorporating the Royal Sovereign pencil making<ref>The Times May 7, 1966</ref>
 
1966 Joint venture with [[Royal Sovereign Pencil Co]] incorporating the Royal Sovereign pencil making<ref>The Times May 7, 1966</ref>
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1972 Increased its interests in '''Staedtler-Sovereign''' to 51 percent<ref>The Times Aug. 19, 1972</ref>
  
 
Staedtler claims to be the largest European manufacturer of wood-cased pencils, OHP pens, mechanical pencil leads, erasers, and modelling clays. Staedtler has over 20 global subsidiaries and seven manufacturing facilities. Over 85% of the production takes place in the headquarters in Nuremberg, though some of its products are made in Japan. Its "Noris" line of pencils are extremely common in British schools.
 
Staedtler claims to be the largest European manufacturer of wood-cased pencils, OHP pens, mechanical pencil leads, erasers, and modelling clays. Staedtler has over 20 global subsidiaries and seven manufacturing facilities. Over 85% of the production takes place in the headquarters in Nuremberg, though some of its products are made in Japan. Its "Noris" line of pencils are extremely common in British schools.

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1962.

J. S. Staedtler Ltd. of 83 Copers Cope Road, Beckenham, Kent.

Staedtler Mars GmbH & Co. KG is a German fine writing instrument company and a manufacturer and supplier of writing, artist, and engineering drawing instruments.

The firm was founded by J.S. Staedtler in 1835 and produces a large variety of writing instruments, including drafting pencils, propelling pencils, professional pens and standard wooden pencils. It also produces plastic erasers, rulers, compasses and other drawing/writing accessories.

1966 Joint venture with Royal Sovereign Pencil Co incorporating the Royal Sovereign pencil making[1]

1972 Increased its interests in Staedtler-Sovereign to 51 percent[2]

Staedtler claims to be the largest European manufacturer of wood-cased pencils, OHP pens, mechanical pencil leads, erasers, and modelling clays. Staedtler has over 20 global subsidiaries and seven manufacturing facilities. Over 85% of the production takes place in the headquarters in Nuremberg, though some of its products are made in Japan. Its "Noris" line of pencils are extremely common in British schools.

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  1. The Times May 7, 1966
  2. The Times Aug. 19, 1972