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I used mine in the early 80’s to make lecture slides using...
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Pentel Correction Pen
contributed by Carole Walsh


White opaque ink used to correct mistakes on artwork and mechanicals. The older kind had a brush built into the cap, and you brushed the white out onto your board. But for this particular model, you depressed the point onto your board, thus releasing the white ink, which you could then smear around to cover your mistake.


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