This 1930s Redipoint nosedrive pencil has cream and tortoise shell celluloid marbles and gold-toned trimmings. The Redipoint company story is complicated and even scandalous! You can read all about it on Jon Veeley's pencil blog linked above.
This final Redipoint has an eight-ball telephone dialer end cap. It features the same nose drive mechanism, three-part construction, and has the same clip as the other Redipoints above. The plastics are all solid colors, and the advertising comes from an Ogden, Iowa, feedstore which cautions its customers not to "get behind the eight ball" and run out of feed. It ends with, "Thank you for your cooperation." You'd almost think the farm animals had written the text!