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.
Cast on left side: Brehmer/Leipzig
Type of item
430 mm (Length), 360 mm (Width), 700 mm (Height)
60 cm (Length), 65 cm (Height)