Special antique copy machine, Great Britain; made by David Gestetner Cyclostyle Works, Tottenham Hale, North London.
Materials: Metal, rubber, wood, felt, terry.
This Double Drum Rotary Stencil duplicator is in a rather good condition and covered with its original metal box. Height: 42cm - Width: 44cm - Depth: 34 cm.
Gestetner Cyclostyle No 6 Duplicator, circa 1915 with paper feeder and case.
This machine inks the stencil with rollers, which are fed with ink by tube.
In 1881, David Gestetner (1854-1939) invented a simple stencil perforator using what was called the Cyclostyle pen. The next step forward was the Rotary Cyclostyle in 1901. This was a rotary stencil machines allowing copies to be rolled out on a continuous basis.
In a good, used condition, (not tested)
- Machine à copier antique
- Bois, le fer
- Gestetner Cyclostyle No 6 Duplicator
- Période estimée
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - quelques usures et tâches dues à l’âge