Charcoal pertains to a drawing pencil or crayon made from a black, porous carbonaceous material . Also, charred twigs of willow or vine used by artists because of the various degrees of value achieved when the charcoal is smudged.

See also:
"Charcoal" is in the HS Code "4402"
  Wood Charcoal (Including Shell Or Nut Charcoal), Whether Or Not Agglomerated.

"Charcoal" is in the UNSPSC Code "15101605"

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