Crayola Wedges Cones & Domes Markers: What's Inside the Box

Crayola came out with the Wedges Cones & Domes markers in 1993. These markers feature 3 different tips on the Crayola marker. One is a wedge marker good for filling in lots of spaces. This one is still used today. Most notably it has been used on the Power Lines and Silly Scent markers. The cone tip which is most like the current marker tip can be used for making thin and thick lines. The dome tip is good for outlining. I have not seen this tip used recently. The pictures for this blog post were provided by Stacy Hodges.

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Collecting Information
Boxes: 8 Crayola Wedges Cones & Domes Markers
Other boxes:
Year: 1993
What's inside the box: BLACK-wedges, PURPLE-domes, FUCHSIA-wedges, BLUE domes, TURQUOISE-wedges, GREEN-domes, MARIGOLD-cones, BITTERSWEET-cones
Purchase Information: Pictures from Stacy Hodges
Where to buy:  eBay
Style Numbers: 58-8191
Code Numbers: 58-8191-0-900
UPC Numbers: 071662081911
Patents: 4,969,766 Cap for marking instruments, This patent specified the design for caps for Crayola markers. It prevents the marker from drying out, but also is breathable when placed in the mouth.
Manufacturing Location: USA

1 comment:

  1. I would love to find the calamine marker, that was my favorite!!