It is a 4.25 inch pencil with the Moore inscription, but that is all, and at that, the bottoms of the letters are nearly covered by the hard rubber. The color was originally black, but now it appears to be an olive green/brown. I suspect that the hard rubber and decorative bands are a sleeve that was fitted over a plain-barrel metal pencil. It has a classic look, almost modern.
It uses 1.1mm lead, and the pencil is working well at age 96. Here is the 1922 red-banded Moore ringtop with the other 1922 patented pencil and the 1925 marble pencil, also featured in the earlier blog.
Since the first two, I did find more Moores, thank you.