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rr Rite-Rite was another Chicago manufacturer, and their products are a little different.  The first example has a wonderfully ornate clip.  The second is actually a wood pencil laminated with a thin veneer of celluloid.  The three flattops are fairly standard z-clip flattops, but the colors are outstanding.  The last two are pretty neat torpedo top, rear drive pencils, which were patented August 22, 1933 (number 1,923,153 - view here). The last example, in lapis, sports a clip nearly identical to a mid-30s Eversharp Dollar pencil, and is marked only underneath the cap.

Later, clips were imprinted "Dixon's Rite-Rite."  All these examples are practically identical to Sheaffer Utility pencils. 

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