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The Joseph Dixon Crucible Company was founded in 1827 (incorporated 1869) by Joseph Dixon and Hannah Martin in Salem, Massachusetts. Its industry is writing instruments and art supplies and its headquarters were in Salem, Massachusetts (1827-1847), Jersey City, New Jersey (1847-1983), Vero Beach, Florida (1983-1990), Maitland, Florida (1990-1996) and Heathrow, Florida (1996-present).

The firm merged with the American Crayon Company in 1957. In 1983, it merged with the Bryn Mawr Corporation. It was acquired in 2004 by FILA spA.

COMPANY NAMES

  • Dixon Crucible Company (1827-1859)
  • Joseph Dixon & Company (1859-1868)
  • Joseph Dixon Crucible Company (1868-1983)
  • Dixon Ticonderoga Company (1983-present)
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PRODUCTS

  • "Dixon American" Graphite Lead Pencils
  • "Dixon" Boiler Graphite
  • "Dixon Carpenter Pencils
  • "Dixon" Graphite Brushes 
  • "Dixon" Graphite Cement
  • "Dixon" Motor Graphite
  • "Dixon" No. 677 (graphite wood grease)
  • "Dixon" No. 688 (graphite wood grease)
  • "Dixon" Pipe Joint Compound
  • "Dixon" Silica-Graphite Paint
  • "Dixon" Stove Polish
  • "Dixon "Ticoneroga Flake Graphite Greases
  • "Dixon" Ticoneroga Flake Lubricating Graphite
  • "Dixon Ti-con-dero-oga" Pencils
  • "Dixon" Waterproof Graphite Grease

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