Wire Stapler - Brehmer, Bookbinding, early 1940s Object Reg. No: HT 15930

This stapler was used for bookbinding. it was manufactured by Brehmer of Leipzig but the date of manufacture is not known, possibly early 1940s. The machine was issued as a table or bench model; the wooden stand is locally made and rough. The brand name is cast on a distinctive 'open book' image.

The machine is a pedal operated, hand lever book stitcher for wire stapling of sheets or sections,

The machine might possibly have come from the Victorian Government Printing Office.
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 700 mm (Height), 360 mm (Width), 430 mm (Length)

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Themes this item is part of: Information & Communication Collection
Primary Classification: COMMUNICATIONS
Secondary Classification: Printing
Tertiary Classification: bookbinding equipment
Inscriptions: Cast on left side: Brehmer/Leipzig
Manufacturer: Brehmer, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany, 1940-1945


geoffrey joes ex "berhmer" service engineer 1972to 1994 then sole trader Posted on 04 Apr 2012 1:56 AM
"brehmer" service engineer,service manager, sole trader still with "brehmer," parts & wire suppliedto this day. the 103, 105 machine were the finest machines ever.

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