Staedtler Lumograph Pencils

Premium-quality pencil for writing, drawing and sketching on paper and matt drafting film, the wide range of degrees makes Lumograph the ideal tool for artists and graphic designers.

Weight:
0.075kg
Brand:
Staedtler


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