Who invented the first pencil case?

Answer The first pencil case was invented by an Italian couple named Simonio and Lyndiana Bernacotti. They invented this wood-cased pencil sometime between 1500 and 1565. They used a stick of juniper wood... Read More »

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Who made the first pencil case?

On December 24, 1946, the United States Patent Office issued patent #2,412,938 to Verona Pearl Amoth for her invention called the All-Purpose Utility Pencil Case. This was the first invention of th... Read More »

Who invented the first electric pencil sharpener?

According to the Early Office Museum, Samuel Forrester developed the first electric pencil sharpener in 1910 for use at a pencil factory. The Automatic Pencil Sharpener Company made the first comm... Read More »

What year were pencil cases first invented?

In December 1946 a woman named Verona Pearl Amoth received a U.S. patent for a pencil case, which was the first on record. This invention received patent number 2,412,938.References:Free Patents On... Read More »

How to Sew a Pencil Case?

This article would benefit from step-by-step photos. You can help wikiHow by adding photos to this article. Click here for instructions. Notice added on 2009-10-08.A pencil case is really handy to ... Read More »