Included here are four mechanical or lead pencils and three containers of leads to keep them going. The shorter black and chrome one is a Sheaffer. The black and chrome with the “Northeastern Bohemian Savings & Loan Association” (Baltimore) is a 1960s. It is marked on the clip as a 000 Eversharp. Marbled pencil is by Parker and may be a Challenger model from the early 1940's. The cartridge inside is also marked Parker. The one without a cap is another Sheaffer.
The lead containers are definitely mid-century. Although the small wooden one is empty, it is clearly marked by Eberhard-Faber containing 12 “Star” leads. “Wearever Leads” is marked on the black and (originally) clear plastic one and it still contains good leads of varying sizes. The last lead container still contains a few Scripto ultra thin leads.