U.S. Automatic • APSCO

One of the best-selling pencil sharpener in America from about 1907 through 1914. Inexpensive, durable, and easy to use, it put the Automatic Pencil Sharpener…
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an old stamp with the words automatic pencil sharpener co in black ink
The Original US Automatic Label
an automatic pencil sharpener co label on a black surface with white writing
Closeup of the original gold label.
an old fashioned black and gold box with writing on it's lid, sitting on a wooden table
The original gold label on what would be renamed the U.S. Automatic.
two signs are stacked on top of each other in front of the same color and size
Top Image: This label was used on the first U.S. Automatic Sharpeners. Bottom Image lists Chicago.
a wooden box with a metal object in it next to a measuring tape dispenser
The 1st edition U.S. Automatic with it's original wood box.
three matchboxes sitting on top of a blue table
a close up of a metal object on a wooden floor with tiles in the background
an old fashioned grinder sitting on top of a wooden table
an antique metal sharpener sitting on top of a wooden box next to a tile floor
an old metal spinning machine sitting on top of a white tile floor next to a wall
an old book sitting on top of a red chair
Rare Wooden US Automatic Pencil Sharpener Box
an old sign that is on the side of a building with words written in it
Instructions inside the shavings drawer.
an old black box with a piece of paper on it sitting on top of a table
Shavings drawer with instructions.
a close up view of an old type of machine that has been turned into something
a close up of a metal object on a table with other items in the background