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Clip Art: 20 Historical Paper Clips (Elegant, fun paperclips, 10 brass, 10 silver)
By (author): Present & Correct
9781616896973 Miscellaneous print English General Trade NON-CLASSIFIABLE Apr 24, 2018 Print Run: 7500
$22.50 CAD
Active 4.5 x 8.25 x 0.13 in Princeton Architectural Press
"Today, most of us take the standard paper clip for granted, butClip Art, a collection of alternative fasteners, suggests it wasn't always so. Included are 10 different designs pulled from patent records of the late 19th and early 20th centuries."New York Times Gift Guide

Ten vintage paper clip designs drawn from historical patent records —Clip Art reproduces designs from 1897 to 1910. The clips are a hefty 1" in length and great for organizing, sorting, compiling, and combining the most special of documents.

Stylish packaging — The wallet envelope features both silver and gold stamping, and each clip is shown on the cover along with the year of design and some informative background information inside.

A sophisticated gift —Clip Art is sure to appeal to designers, vintage-lovers, stationery obsessives, and anyone looking for the perfect desk accessory.

Clip Art is a collaboration between Princeton Architectural Press and Present & Correct a stationery store in London which has become the ultimate source for paper and office items both new and vintage sourced from trips around the world.

Designer Neal Whittington is proprietor of Present & Correct, a tiny stationery store in London with an expansive online presence at presentandcorrect.com. Since 2008, it has become the ultimate source for designers looking for unique office supplies, both new and vintage. Sourced from individual designers or discovered in markets and old stores on his frequent trips abroad, Neal fills his shop with steady supply of graphic, useful desktop treasure. Neal also designs products of his own, which have been carried by Conran, Isetan Tokyo and the Design Museum.

"No item is too small to be stylized, not even the lowly paper clip. Clip Art highlights 10 designs pulled from historical patent records and comes with samples of each."
- Dwell magazine

"Paper clips that impress."
- The New York Times

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