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Modular Bookcase by Fredrich Soennecken, circa 1900


Piece of furniture with history Modular stacking bookcase by Fredrich Soennecken. Labelled. Friedrich Soennecken (20 September 1848 - 2July 1919), was an entrepreneur and inventor. He was the founder of Soennecken, a German office supplier. Inventions: Ink container with stabile Stand (invented as an apprentice ). A style of writing with the round tip of the feather of a pen nib (1860). Round writing, model of our current script. An early type of binders which later become the Soennecken file (1886). The hole punch. The ring binder, later symbolically part of the logo of Soennecken.

51.97 in.Hx34.65 in.Wx13.78 in.D
132 cmHx88 cmWx35cmD
Excellent Condition 

£1620.00 SALE £620.00*

Stock No: 14/LU291338842813

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