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File:Art of Bookbinding p239 Oscar Friedheim.png

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Summary

Joseph William Zaehnsdorf: The Art of Bookbinding
Author
author QS:P50,Q15982460
Title
The Art of Bookbinding
Subtitle A practical treatise
Series title Technological Handbooks
Edition Second
Publisher
George Bell and Sons
Printer

Chiswick Press

Description
Illustration of a rotary card cutting and scoring machine from an 1889 advert for "Oscar Friedheim Ltd." (est. 1884) of 7 Water Lane, Ludgate Circus, London as printed in "The Art of Bookbinding" by Joseph William Zaehnsdorf. Designed and manufactured by "Louis Peltner" of Berlin, the machine was imported into the United Kingdom by Oscar Friedheim Ltd. and sold under its own name. Among other things, it was capable of producing up to 100,000 visiting and business cards a day and could be operated by steam or treadle.
Publication date 10 March 2011, 04:07 (UTC)
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