«Карандаш чернографитный, 2 Н»

Карандаш чернографитный, 2 Н

Производитель: "Koh-I-Noor"

Карандаш чернографитный, заточенный. Предназначен для графических и художественных работ. Твердость грифеля: 2 Н. Материал корпуса: дерево. Форма корпуса: шестигранный.

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  • Koh-i-noor — Kopie in der alten Form Koh i Noor Kopie in der neuen Form …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Koh i noor — Kopie in der alten Form Koh i Noor Kopie in der neuen Form …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Koh-i-Noor — Kopie in der alten Form …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Koh-i-Noor — Koh i Nor Croquis du Koh i Noor d après Tavernier …   Wikipédia en Français

  • koh|i|noor — or Koh i noor «KOH uh nur», noun. a very large and famous Indian diamond (108.9 carats), that is now one of the British crown jewels. ╂[< Persian kōh i nūr (literally) mountain of light] koh|i|noor «KOH uh nur», noun. 1. any large and splendid …   Useful english dictionary

  • Koh|i|noor — or Koh i noor «KOH uh nur», noun. a very large and famous Indian diamond (108.9 carats), that is now one of the British crown jewels. ╂[< Persian kōh i nūr (literally) mountain of light] koh|i|noor «KOH uh nur», noun. 1. any large and splendid …   Useful english dictionary

  • Koh-i-noor — famous diamond, one of the British crown jewels after the annexation of Punjab in 1849, from Pers. koh i nur, lit. mountain of light, from Pers. koh mountain + Arabic nur light …   Etymology dictionary

  • Koh-i-noor — (spr. Kohinuhr), einer der größten Diamanten der Erde, jetzt im Besitz der Königin von England; s. Diamant f) …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Koh-i-Noor — This article is about the diamond. For the film, see Kohinoor. For the Czech pencil manufacturer, see Koh I Noor (company). For the brush footed butterfly, see Amathuxidia amythaon.Infobox Diamond caption = Glass replica of the Koh I Noor as it… …   Wikipedia

  • Koh-i-Noor — Réplica en vidrio del Koh i Noor original en el museo Kunstareal en Múnich, Alemania …   Wikipedia Español

  • Koh-i-noor — Famous Indian diamond with a history dating perhaps as far back as the 14th century. Originally a 191 carat stone that lacked fire (flashes of colour), it was recut to 109 carats in 1852 in an attempt to enhance its fire and brilliance. The Koh i …   Universalium


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